Substance Abuse Overview 2012 Middlesex County

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Substance Abuse Overview 2012 Middlesex County"

Transcription

1 New Jersey Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment Substance Abuse Overview 2012 Middlesex County Prepared by Limei Zhu Department of Human Services Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services Office of Research, Planning, Evaluation, Information Systems and Technology Trenton, New Jersey June 2013

2 Chris Christie Governor DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES DIVISION OF MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION SERVICES 120 SOUTH STOCKTON STREET PO BOX 362 TRENTON, NJ June 2013 JENNIFER VELEZ Commissioner LYNN A. KOVICH Assistant Commissioner This Substance Abuse Overview provides statistics on substance abuse treatment in each New Jersey county for calendar year In 2012 there were 75,837 treatment admissions and 73,036 discharges reported to the New Jersey Department of Human Services, Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services by substance abuse treatment providers. These reports were submitted through the web-based New Jersey Substance Abuse Monitoring System (NJ- SAMS). The Overview includes: State Totals for Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions Substance Abuse Admissions by County and Primary Drug Substance Abuse Admissions by Primary Drug within County Substance Abuse Admission Rates by County and Primary Drug Map for Number of Substance Abuse Admissions by County of Residence Admissions for Substance Abuse Treatment by County of Residence Admissions for Substance Abuse Treatment by County of Treatment Provider Substance Abuse Admissions by Municipality of Residence and Primary Drug Map for Number of Substance Abuse Admissions by Municipality of Residence Admissions by Municipality of Residence, Primary Drug and Age State Totals for Substance Abuse Treatment Discharges Discharges for Substance Abuse Treatment by County of Residence Discharges for Substance Abuse Treatment by County of Treatment Provider If you have any questions about this report you may contact us by at or by telephone at (609) Sincerely, Suzanne Borys, Ed. D., Assistant Division Director Office of Research, Planning, Evaluation, Information Systems and Technology

3 New Jersey Substance Abuse Monitoring System (NJ-SAMS) Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions 1/1/ /31/2012 State of New Jersey Totals Primary Drug Highest School Grade Completed Alcohol 23,156 31% Completed High School 35,537 47% Heroin & Other Opiates 33,507 44% Some College 15,832 21% Cocaine 4,415 6% Marijuana 12,447 16% Employment Status Other Drugs 2,312 3% Unemployed 22,094 29% Student 4,721 6% Intravenous Drug Users 19,323 25% Not in Labor Force 25,873 34% Employed Full/Part Time 20,403 27% Smoke Tobacco (Yes) 53,176 70% Not Assessed 2,746 4% Level of Care Living Arrangement Outpatient Care (OP) 21,533 28% Homeless 4,090 5% Intensive Outpatient (IOP) 16,491 22% Dependent Living/Institution 9,786 13% Partial Hospitalization 1,724 2% Independent Living 60,442 80% Opioid Maintenance OP 7,205 10% Opioid Maintenance IOP 596 1% Marital Status Extended Care 22 0% Never Married 54,250 72% Halfway House 1,844 2% Married 9,012 12% Long-Term Residential 4,108 5% Widowed 854 1% Short-Term Residential 7,725 10% Separated 3,707 5% Hospital Based Residential 3 0% Divorced 6,834 9% Detox Residential 9,239 12% Detox Hospital 2,288 3% Legal Problem* Detox Outpatient Non-Methadone 130 0% None 27,473 36% Detox Outpatient Methadone 334 0% Case Pending 7,556 10% Non-traditional Program 150 0% Probation/Parole 17,094 23% Early Prevention 2,444 3% DWI License Suspension 9,517 13% Drug Court 7,222 10% DYFS/Family Court 7,010 9% Medication Assisted Therapy Planned in Treatment Other 2,508 3% Methadone 8,389 11% Suboxone 5,313 7% Arrest in the Last 30 Days (Yes) 4,059 5% Referral Source Special Population* Self-referral 23,795 31% DYFS/CPSAI 7,208 10% Family/Friend 3,320 4% DWI/DUI 13,310 18% Addiction Services Program 5,134 7% Developmental Disability 126 0% Workforce NJ SAI 4,994 7% Blind and Visually Impaired 109 0% DYFS 3,304 4% Deaf and Hard of Hearing 111 0% Mental Health 1,011 1% Criminal Justice 18,913 25% Health Insurance at Admission* IDRC 8,082 11% No Insurance 45,807 60% Other/Not Assessed 6,616 9% Medicaid 15,696 21% Medicare 1,689 2% Any Prior Treatment 48,939 65% Private Insurance 25,131 33% Other Insurance 1,808 2% Sex Male 51,290 68% Treated in County of Residence 46,179 61% Female 24,537 32% County of Residence Age at Admission Atlantic 4,124 5% Middlesex 5,068 7% Under 18 3,801 5% Bergen 3,332 4% Monmouth 7,276 10% ,632 11% Burlington 2,967 4% Morris 2,826 4% ,245 12% Camden 6,295 8% Ocean 6,713 9% ,800 17% Cape May 2,131 3% Passaic 3,590 5% ,190 13% Cumberland 2,007 3% Salem 670 1% ,280 19% Essex 6,578 9% Somerset 1,983 3% ,652 17% Gloucester 3,625 5% Sussex 1,317 2% 55 and over 4,237 6% Hudson 4,497 6% Union 3,691 5% Hunterdon 1,006 1% Warren 1,109 1% Race/Ethnicity Mercer 2,838 4% Other 2,194 3% White (non-hispanic) 48,040 63% Black (non-hispanic) 16,205 21% Total Admissions = 75,837 Hispanic Origin 10,869 14% Other 723 1% Unduplicated Clients Admitted = 53,773 *Totals may be greater than 100% because of multiple responses.

4 Substance Abuse Admissions by County and Primary Drug 2012 NJ Resident Admissions County of Primary Drug Total Residence Alcohol Cocaine Heroin & Opiates Marijuana Other N % N % N % N % N % N % Atlantic Bergen Burlington Camden Cape May Cumberland Essex Gloucester Hudson Hunterdon Mercer Middlesex Monmouth Morris Ocean Passaic Salem Somerset Sussex Union Warren Total

5 Substance Abuse Admissions by Primary Drug within County 2012 NJ Resident Admissions County of Primary Drug State Total Residence Alcohol Cocaine Heroin & Opiates Marijuana Other N % N % N % N % N % N % Atlantic Bergen Burlington Camden Cape May Cumberland Essex Gloucester Hudson Hunterdon Mercer Middlesex Monmouth Morris Ocean Passaic Salem Somerset Sussex Union Warren Total

6 Substance Abuse Admission Rates by County of Residence and Primary Drug 2012 NJ Resident Admissions County of Residence Primary Drug Per 100,000 Population County Alcohol Drugs Total Population Alcohol Drugs Total 2012 N N N Rate Rate Rate Atlantic , Bergen , Burlington , Camden , Cape May , Cumberland , Essex , Gloucester , Hudson , Hunterdon , Mercer , Middlesex , Monmouth , Morris , Ocean , Passaic , Salem , Somerset , Sussex , Union , Warren , Total ,864,

7 2012 Substance Abuse Admissions by County of Residence Legend Number of Admissions Top Five Counties 1 Monmouth Ocean Essex Camden Middlesex 5068 SUS 1317 PAS 3590 BER 3332 WAR 1109 MOR 2826 ESS 6578 HUD 4497 UNI 3691 HUN 1006 SOM 1983 MID 5068 MER 2838 MON 7276 BUR 2967 OCE 6713 GLO 3625 CAM 6295 SAL 670 ATL 4124 CUM 2007 CAP 2131 Data: NJSAMS 2013 June Download Report Date: June, 2013 NJ Department of Human Services Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services Research, Planning and Evaluation Unit Miles ¹

8 New Jersey Substance Abuse Monitoring System (NJ-SAMS) Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions 1/1/ /31/2012 Resident of Middlesex County Primary Drug Highest School Grade Completed Alcohol 1,692 33% Completed High School 2,570 51% Heroin & Other Opiates 2,206 44% Some College 1,203 24% Cocaine 261 5% Marijuana % Employment Status Other Drugs 135 3% Unemployed 1,365 27% Student 258 5% Intravenous Drug Users 1,161 23% Not in Labor Force 1,619 32% Employed Full/Part Time 1,650 33% Smoke Tobacco (Yes) 3,412 67% Not Assessed 176 3% Level of Care Living Arrangement Outpatient Care (OP) 1,516 30% Homeless 170 3% Intensive Outpatient (IOP) % Dependent Living/Institution % Partial Hospitalization 88 2% Independent Living 4,107 81% Opioid Maintenance OP % Opioid Maintenance IOP 27 1% Marital Status Extended Care 0 0% Never Married 3,564 70% Halfway House 98 2% Married % Long-Term Residential 260 5% Widowed 44 1% Short-Term Residential % Separated 227 4% Hospital Based Residential 0 0% Divorced 475 9% Detox Residential % Detox Hospital 101 2% Legal Problem* Detox Outpatient Non-Methadone 6 0% None 1,591 31% Detox Outpatient Methadone 14 0% Case Pending % Non-traditional Program 5 0% Probation/Parole 1,347 27% Early Intervention 435 9% DWI License Suspension % Drug Court 461 9% Medication Assisted Therapy Planned in Treatment DYFS/Family Court 391 8% Methadone % Other 181 4% Suboxone 310 6% Arrest in the Last 30 Days (Yes) 210 4% Referral Source Self-referral 1,517 30% Special Population* Family/Friend 195 4% DYFS/CPSAI 389 8% Addiction Services Program 281 6% DWI/DUI 1,124 22% Workforce NJ SAI 153 3% Developmental Disability 13 0% DYFS 284 6% Blind and Visually Impaired 15 0% Mental Health 34 1% Deaf and Hard of Hearing 6 0% Criminal Justice 1,503 30% IDRC % Health Insurance at Admission* Other/Not Assessed 261 5% No Insurance 3,489 69% Medicaid % Any Prior Treatment 3,123 62% Medicare 91 2% Private Insurance 2,027 40% Sex Other Insurance 162 3% Male 3,623 71% Female 1,445 29% Treated in County of Residence 2,743 54% Age at Admission County where Patient was Treated Under % Atlantic 38 1% Middlesex 2,743 54% % Bergen 172 3% Monmouth % % Burlington 18 0% Morris 55 1% % Camden 1 0% Ocean 4 0% % Cape May 0 0% Passaic 118 2% % Cumberland 65 1% Salem 2 0% % Essex 106 2% Somerset 365 7% 55 and over 298 6% Gloucester 5 0% Sussex 56 1% Hudson 166 3% Union 176 3% Race/Ethnicity Hunterdon 22 0% Warren 1 0% White (non-hispanic) 3,091 61% Mercer 88 2% Other 57 1% Black (non-hispanic) Hispanic Origin 838 1,004 17% 20% Total Admissions = 5,068 Other 135 3% Unduplicated Clients Admitted = 3,758 *Totals may be greater than 100% because of multiple responses.

9 New Jersey Substance Abuse Monitoring System (NJ-SAMS) Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions 1/1/ /31/2012 Treatment Site in Middlesex County Primary Drug Highest School Grade Completed Alcohol 1,244 37% Completed High School 1,615 49% Heroin & Other Opiates 1,155 35% Some College % Cocaine 225 7% Marijuana % Employment Status Other Drugs 76 2% Unemployed % Student 162 5% Intravenous Drug Users % Not in Labor Force % Employed Full/Part Time 1,322 40% Smoke Tobacco (Yes) 2,098 63% Not Assessed 78 2% Level of Care Living Arrangement Outpatient Care (OP) 1,396 42% Homeless 29 1% Intensive Outpatient (IOP) % Dependent Living/Institution % Partial Hospitalization 47 1% Independent Living 2,823 85% Opioid Maintenance OP % Opioid Maintenance IOP 34 1% Marital Status Extended Care 0 0% Never Married 2,302 69% Halfway House 0 0% Married % Long-Term Residential 180 5% Widowed 31 1% Short-Term Residential 0 0% Separated 157 5% Hospital Based Residential 0 0% Divorced % Detox Residential 0 0% Detox Hospital 0 0% Legal Problem* Detox Outpatient Non-Methadone 0 0% None % Detox Outpatient Methadone 13 0% Case Pending 225 7% Non-traditional Program 4 0% Probation/Parole 1,030 31% Early Intervention % DWI License Suspension % Drug Court 313 9% DYFS/Family Court 285 9% Medication Assisted Therapy Planned in Treatment Other 114 3% Methadone % Suboxone 25 1% Arrest in the Last 30 Days (Yes) 93 3% Referral Source Special Population* Self-referral % DYFS/CPSAI 289 9% Family/Friend 45 1% DWI/DUI % Addiction Services Program 101 3% Developmental Disability 8 0% Workforce NJ SAI 86 3% Blind and Visually Impaired 11 0% DYFS 216 6% Deaf and Hard of Hearing 7 0% Mental Health 14 0% Criminal Justice 1,205 36% Health Insurance at Admission* IDRC % No Insurance 2,578 78% Other/Not Assessed 115 3% Medicaid % Medicare 76 2% Any Prior Treatment 1,900 57% Private Insurance 1,411 42% Other Insurance 140 4% Sex Male 2,457 74% Treated in County of Residence 2,743 83% Female % County of Residence Age at Admission Atlantic 20 1% Middlesex 2,743 83% Under % Bergen 19 1% Monmouth 155 5% % Burlington 3 0% Morris 13 0% % Camden 7 0% Ocean 29 1% % Cape May 0 0% Passaic 28 1% % Cumberland 6 0% Salem 0 0% % Essex 30 1% Somerset 135 4% % Gloucester 9 0% Sussex 3 0% 55 and over 208 6% Hudson 16 0% Union 47 1% Hunterdon 3 0% Warren 5 0% Race/Ethnicity Mercer 31 1% Other 22 1% White (non-hispanic) 1,777 53% Black (non-hispanic) % Total Admissions = 3,324 Hispanic Origin % Other 103 3% Unduplicated Clients Admitted = 2,910 *Totals may be greater than 100% because of multiple responses.

10 Substance Abuse Admissions by Municipality of Residence and Primary Drug 2012 Middlesex County Admissions Municipality Primary Drug Alcohol Cocaine Heroin & Opiates Marijuana Other Total N % N % N % N % N % N % Carteret Boro Cranbury Twp Dunellen Boro East Brunswick Twp Edison Twp Helmetta Boro Highland Park Boro Jamesburg Boro Metuchen Boro Middlesex Boro Milltown Boro Monroe Twp New Brunswick City North Brunswick Twp Old Bridge Twp Perth Amboy City Piscataway Twp Plainsboro Twp Sayreville Boro South Amboy City South Brunswick Twp South Plainfield B South River Boro Spotswood Boro Woodbridge Twp znot Stated Total

11 2012 Middlesex County Substance Abuse Admissions by Municipality of Residence Piscataway Township Edison Township Woodbridge Township Perth Amboy City Carteret Borough Legend COUNT Top Five Municipalities 1 Perth Amboy New Brunswick Edison Woodbridge Old Bridge 373 New Brunswick City South Amboy City Sayreville Borough North Brunswick Township East Brunswick Township Old Bridge Township Data: NJSAMS 2013 June Download Report Date: June, 2013 ¹ 0 NJ Department of Human Services Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services Research, Planning and Evaluation Unit Miles

12 Substance Abuse Admissions by Municipality of Residence, Primary Drug and Age 2012 Middlesex County Admissions Middlesex Alcohol Drugs Total 18 & Over Under 18 Total 18 & Over Under 18 Total 18 & Over Under 18 Total N % N % N % N % N % N % N % N % N % Carteret Boro Cranbury Twp Dunellen Boro East Brunswick Twp Edison Twp Helmetta Boro Highland Park Boro Jamesburg Boro Metuchen Boro Middlesex Boro Milltown Boro Monroe Twp New Brunswick City North Brunswick Twp Old Bridge Twp Perth Amboy City Piscataway Twp Plainsboro Twp Sayreville Boro South Amboy City South Brunswick Twp South Plainfield B South River Boro Spotswood Boro Woodbridge Twp znot Stated Total

13 New Jersey Substance Abuse Monitoring System (NJ-SAMS) Substance Abuse Treatment Discharges 1/1/ /31/2012 State of New Jersey Totals Level of Care Plan to Abstain from Tobacco Products Outpatient Care (OP) 21,068 29% After Discharge 635 1% Intensive Outpatient (IOP) 15,582 21% Partial Hospitalization 1,516 2% Living Arragements at Discharge Opioid Maintenance OP 6,453 9% Homeless 2,744 4% Opioid Maintenance IOP 467 1% Dependent Living/Institution 11,564 16% Extended Care 20 0% Independent Living 57,045 78% Halfway House 1,753 2% Long-Term Residential 4,188 6% Employment Status at Discharge Short-Term Residential 7,717 11% Unemployed 17,145 23% Hospital Based Residential 3 0% Student 3,902 5% Detox Residential 8,992 12% Not in Labor Force 25,366 35% Detox Hospital 2,302 3% Employed Full/Part Time 24,940 34% Detox Outpatient Non-Methadone 131 0% Not Assessed 1,683 2% Detox Outpatient Methadone 413 1% Non-Traditional Program 129 0% Reasons for Discharge or Treatment not Completed Early Intervention 2,302 3% Treatment Plan Completed 38,136 52% Quit or Dropped Out 17,288 24% Sex Needs Different Level of Care 5,738 8% Male 49,490 68% Unable to Meet Client's Other Needs 456 1% Female 23,541 32% Administrative Discharge 3,768 5% Exhaustion of Payment Source 726 1% Age at Discharge Incarcerated 1,703 2% Under 18 3,160 4% Medical Discharge/Deceased 679 1% ,255 11% Other 2,457 3% ,858 12% ,340 17% Significant Problems or Conditions ,845 13% Mental Health Problem 13,350 18% ,866 19% Compulsive Gambling 173 0% ,446 17% Physical Disability or Handicap 672 1% 55 and over 4,266 6% Victim of Physical Abuse or Neglect 2,288 3% Unknown 0 0% Victim of Sexual Abuse 1,833 3% Pregnancy 486 1% Race/Ethnicity Suicide Attempt 450 1% White 46,051 63% Runaway Behavior 1,682 2% Black 15,746 22% Neglect or Abuse of Own Children 1,891 3% Hispanic 10,589 14% Child of Substance Abuser 3,297 5% Other 649 1% Batterer 226 0% Not Assessed 1 0% Criminal Actiity 10,193 14% Other 2,407 3% Mental Illness/Co-Occurring Disorder 47,231 65% Arrested in the Last 30 days (Yes) 2,752 4% Client Goal Achieved/Partially Achieved at Discharge * County of Residence Alcohol or Drug Problem 45,622 62% Atlantic 3,981 5% Middlesex 4,961 7% Educational 10,234 14% Bergen 3,071 4% Monmouth 7,046 10% Employment or Vocational 9,723 13% Burlington 2,580 4% Morris 2,733 4% Family Situation 22,862 31% Camden 5,909 8% Ocean 6,601 9% Psychological or Mental Health 21,565 30% Cape May 2,113 3% Passaic 3,433 5% Physical Health 23,325 32% Cumberland 1,955 3% Salem 659 1% Legal 22,106 30% Essex 6,327 9% Somerset 1,946 3% Gloucester 3,446 5% Sussex 1,359 2% Drug and Alcohol Use at Discharge Hudson 4,501 6% Union 3,467 5% Not Using Alcohol or Drugs 45,359 62% Hunterdon 982 1% Warren 1,106 2% Using Alcohol 2,970 4% Mercer 2,709 4% Other 2,151 3% Using Drugs 9,173 13% Unknown 14,991 21% Total Discharges = 73,036 Unduplicated Clients Discharged = 51,876 * Percentage for goal achievment based on total clients for whom goal was applicable. All other percentages are based on total discharges.

14 New Jersey Substance Abuse Monitoring System (NJ-SAMS) Substance Abuse Treatment Discharges 1/1/ /31/2012 Resident of Middlesex County Level of Care Plan to Abstain from Tobacco Products Outpatient Care (OP) 1,464 30% After Discharge 50 1% Intensive Outpatient (IOP) % Partial Hospitalization 66 1% Living Arragements at Discharge Opioid Maintenance OP 463 9% Homeless 88 2% Opioid Maintenance IOP 25 1% Dependent Living/Institution % Extended Care 1 0% Independent Living 4,026 81% Halfway House 91 2% Long-Term Residential 277 6% Employment Status at Discharge Short-Term Residential % Unemployed 1,095 22% Hospital Based Residential 0 0% Student 247 5% Detox Residential % Not in Labor Force 1,564 32% Detox Hospital 101 2% Employed Full/Part Time 1,901 38% Detox Outpatient Non-Methadone 6 0% Not Assessed 154 3% Detox Outpatient Methadone 30 1% Non-Traditional Program 8 0% Reasons for Discharge or Treatment not Completed Early Intervention 436 9% Treatment Plan Completed 2,729 55% Quit or Dropped Out % Sex Needs Different Level of Care 393 8% Male 3,532 71% Unable to Meet Client's Other Needs 32 1% Female 1,429 29% Administrative Discharge 268 5% Exhaustion of Payment Source 31 1% Age at Discharge Incarcerated 144 3% Under % Medical Discharge/Deceased 55 1% % Other 259 5% % % Significant Problems or Conditions % Mental Health Problem % % Compulsive Gambling 9 0% % Physical Disability or Handicap 46 1% 55 and over 311 6% Victim of Physical Abuse or Neglect 149 3% Unknown 0 0% Victim of Sexual Abuse 119 2% Pregnancy 32 1% Race/Ethnicity Suicide Attempt 21 0% White 2,973 60% Runaway Behavior 83 2% Black % Neglect or Abuse of Own Children 89 2% Hispanic % Child of Substance Abuser 182 4% Other 118 2% Batterer 13 0% Not Assessed 0 0% Criminal Actiity % Other 219 4% Mental Illness/Co-Occurring Disorder 2,817 57% Arrested in the Last 30 days (Yes) 194 4% Client Goal Achieved/Partially Achieved at Discharge * County where Patient was Treated Alcohol or Drug Problem 3,295 66% Atlantic 24 0% Middlesex 2,722 55% Educational 1,172 24% Bergen 165 3% Monmouth % Employment or Vocational 1,102 22% Burlington 16 0% Morris 55 1% Family Situation 1,484 30% Camden 1 0% Ocean 4 0% Psychological or Mental Health 1,380 28% Cape May 0 0% Passaic 124 2% Physical Health 1,523 31% Cumberland 69 1% Salem 0 0% Legal 1,756 35% Essex 101 2% Somerset 373 8% Gloucester 6 0% Sussex 57 1% Drug and Alcohol Use at Discharge Hudson 153 3% Union 146 3% Not Using Alcohol or Drugs 3,263 66% Hunterdon 25 1% Warren 2 0% Using Alcohol 236 5% Mercer 0 0% Other 43 1% Using Drugs % Unknown % Total Discharges = 4,961 Unduplicated Clients Discharged = 3,678 * Percentage for goal achievment based on total clients for whom goal was applicable. All other percentages are based on total discharges.

15 New Jersey Substance Abuse Monitoring System (NJ-SAMS) Substance Abuse Treatment Discharges 1/1/ /31/2012 Treatment Site in Middlesex County Level of Care Plan to Abstain from Tobacco Products Outpatient Care (OP) 1,347 40% After Discharge 26 1% Intensive Outpatient (IOP) % Partial Hospitalization 41 1% Living Arragements at Discharge Opioid Maintenance OP % Homeless 36 1% Opioid Maintenance IOP 31 1% Dependent Living/Institution % Extended Care 0 0% Independent Living 2,862 86% Halfway House 0 0% Long-Term Residential 183 5% Employment Status at Discharge Short-Term Residential 0 0% Unemployed % Hospital Based Residential 0 0% Student 152 5% Detox Residential 0 0% Not in Labor Force % Detox Hospital 0 0% Employed Full/Part Time 1,519 46% Detox Outpatient Non-Methadone 0 0% Not Assessed 97 3% Detox Outpatient Methadone 29 1% Non-Traditional Program 6 0% Reasons for Discharge or Treatment not Completed Early Intervention % Treatment Plan Completed 1,514 45% Quit or Dropped Out % Sex Needs Different Level of Care 299 9% Male 2,429 73% Unable to Meet Client's Other Needs 27 1% Female % Administrative Discharge 183 5% Exhaustion of Payment Source 21 1% Age at Discharge Incarcerated 143 4% Under % Medical Discharge/Deceased 38 1% % Other 302 9% % % Significant Problems or Conditions % Mental Health Problem % % Compulsive Gambling 6 0% % Physical Disability or Handicap 36 1% 55 and over 235 7% Victim of Physical Abuse or Neglect 83 2% Unknown 0 0% Victim of Sexual Abuse 48 1% Pregnancy 28 1% Race/Ethnicity Suicide Attempt 6 0% White 1,763 53% Runaway Behavior 68 2% Black % Neglect or Abuse of Own Children 51 2% Hispanic % Child of Substance Abuser 91 3% Other 89 3% Batterer 10 0% Not Assessed 0 0% Criminal Actiity % Other 187 6% Mental Illness/Co-Occurring Disorder 1,898 57% Arrested in the Last 30 days (Yes) 121 4% Client Goal Achieved/Partially Achieved at Discharge * County of Residence Alcohol or Drug Problem 1,977 59% Atlantic 16 0% Middlesex 2,722 82% Educational % Bergen 14 0% Monmouth 195 6% Employment or Vocational % Burlington 3 0% Morris 11 0% Family Situation % Camden 3 0% Ocean 23 1% Psychological or Mental Health % Cape May 2 0% Passaic 29 1% Physical Health % Cumberland 7 0% Salem 0 0% Legal 1,383 42% Essex 21 1% Somerset 123 4% Gloucester 7 0% Sussex 3 0% Drug and Alcohol Use at Discharge Hudson 14 0% Union 54 2% Not Using Alcohol or Drugs 1,859 56% Hunterdon 8 0% Warren 4 0% Using Alcohol 215 6% Mercer 38 1% Other 35 1% Using Drugs % Unknown % Total Discharges = 3,332 Unduplicated Clients Discharged = 2,885 * Percentage for goal achievment based on total clients for whom goal was applicable. All other percentages are based on total discharges.

New Jersey Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment Substance Abuse Overview 2010 Passaic County

New Jersey Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment Substance Abuse Overview 2010 Passaic County New Jersey Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment Substance Abuse Overview 2010 Passaic County Prepared by: Department of Human Services Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services Office of Research, Planning,

More information

Substance Abuse Overview 2013

Substance Abuse Overview 2013 New Jersey Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment Substance Abuse Overview 2013 Prepared by Limei Zhu Department of Human Services Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services Office of Research, Planning,

More information

Substance Abuse Overview 2014 Statewide

Substance Abuse Overview 2014 Statewide New Jersey Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment Substance Abuse Overview 2014 Statewide Prepared by Limei Zhu Department of Human Services Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services Office of Planning,

More information

New Jersey Substance Abuse Monitoring System (NJ-SAMS) Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions 1/1/2013-12/31/2013 Resident of Cape May County

New Jersey Substance Abuse Monitoring System (NJ-SAMS) Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions 1/1/2013-12/31/2013 Resident of Cape May County New Jersey Substance Abuse Monitoring System (NJ-SAMS) Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions 1/1/2013-12/31/2013 Resident of Cape May County Primary Drug Highest School Grade Completed Alcohol 733 31% Completed

More information

Substance Abuse Overview 2014 Hunterdon County

Substance Abuse Overview 2014 Hunterdon County New Jersey Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment Substance Abuse Overview 2014 Hunterdon County Prepared by Limei Zhu Department of Human Services Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services Office of

More information

Substance Abuse Overview 2014 Morris County

Substance Abuse Overview 2014 Morris County New Jersey Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment Substance Abuse Overview 2014 Morris County Prepared by Limei Zhu Department of Human Services Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services Office of Planning,

More information

New Jersey Substance Abuse Monitoring System (NJ-SAMS) Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions 1/1/2013-12/31/2013 Resident of Camden County

New Jersey Substance Abuse Monitoring System (NJ-SAMS) Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions 1/1/2013-12/31/2013 Resident of Camden County New Jersey Substance Abuse Monitoring System (NJ-SAMS) Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions 1/1/2013-12/31/2013 Resident of Camden County Primary Drug Highest School Grade Completed Alcohol 1,278 22% Completed

More information

New Jersey Transportation Resource Manual. For Veterans

New Jersey Transportation Resource Manual. For Veterans New Jersey Transportation Resource Manual For Veterans 2 1. Atlantic County Transportation Unit New Road & Dolphin Avenue Northfield, NJ 08225 Tel: 609-645-5910 Dispatch Operations Center: 609-645-5918

More information

The NJSAMS Report. Heroin Admissions to Substance Abuse Treatment in New Jersey. In Brief. New Jersey Substance Abuse Monitoring System.

The NJSAMS Report. Heroin Admissions to Substance Abuse Treatment in New Jersey. In Brief. New Jersey Substance Abuse Monitoring System. New Jersey Substance Abuse Monitoring System The NJSAMS Report May 2011 Admissions to Substance Abuse Treatment in New Jersey eroin is a semi-synthetic opioid drug derived from morphine. It has a high

More information

Referral Process for DDD Regional Clinical Services & Family Support

Referral Process for DDD Regional Clinical Services & Family Support Referral Process for DDD Regional Clinical Services & Family Support COUNTY REGIONAL PSYCHOLOGIST REGIONAL NURSE REGIONAL BEHAVIORIST FAMILY SUPPORT ATLANTIC BERGEN BURLINGTON CAMDEN DDD 1 8/24/2015 CAPE

More information

SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT

SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT Scope of the Problem and Indicators of Need Addiction changed dramatically in New Jersey between 1992 and 2002, with increases in the use of heroin and other opiates and parallel

More information

LifeLines REACHFORYOURLIFELINE. how to connect WHENYOUTHINKTHERE ISNOONETOHELPYOU

LifeLines REACHFORYOURLIFELINE. how to connect WHENYOUTHINKTHERE ISNOONETOHELPYOU LifeLines how to connect WHENYOUTHINKTHERE ISNOONETOHELPYOU REACHFORYOURLIFELINE 2006/2007 message from the Juvenile Justice Commision From prevention to parole, the New Jersey Juvenile Justice Commission

More information

HOW TO APPEAL A DECISION OF A MUNICIPAL COURT

HOW TO APPEAL A DECISION OF A MUNICIPAL COURT HOW TO APPEAL A DECISION OF A MUNICIPAL COURT WHO SHOULD USE THIS PACKET? If you have been found guilty and have been sentenced by a Municipal Court judge and you want to appeal, then this packet will

More information

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN NEW JERSEY

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN NEW JERSEY 2009 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN NEW JERSEY FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2009 New Jersey State Police Uniform Crime Reporting Unit TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE OFFENSE REPORT 2009 Honorable Paula

More information

Legal Consequences of Substance Abuse

Legal Consequences of Substance Abuse A publication of the New Jersey State Bar Foundation Legal Consequences of Substance Abuse You already know that alcohol and drugs can damage your health and even lead to death. In addition to the significant

More information

Youth Suicide: What can we learn from the New Jersey Violent Death Reporting System?

Youth Suicide: What can we learn from the New Jersey Violent Death Reporting System? Youth Suicide: What can we learn from the New Jersey Violent Death Reporting System? Katherine Hempstead, Director Center for Health Statistics Office of Injury Surveillance and Prevention May 16, 2006

More information

TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE OFFENSE REPORT 2006

TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE OFFENSE REPORT 2006 TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE OFFENSE REPORT 2006 Honorable Anne Milgram Attorney General State of New Jersey Colonel Joseph R. Fuentes Superintendent New Jersey State Police Captain Robert J.

More information

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE. in New Jersey. New Jersey State Police Uniform Crime Reporting Unit. For the year ending December 31, 2008

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE. in New Jersey. New Jersey State Police Uniform Crime Reporting Unit. For the year ending December 31, 2008 2008 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE in New Jersey For the year ending December 31, 2008 New Jersey State Police Uniform Crime Reporting Unit NEW JERSEY STATE POLICE 1921 TWENTY-SIXTH ANNUAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE OFFENSE

More information

Section Nine POLICE EMPLOYEE DATA

Section Nine POLICE EMPLOYEE DATA Section Nine POLICE EMPLOYEE DATA 175 STATE OF NEW JERSEY FULL TIME POLICE EMPLOYEES 1999 Department Municipal Police County Police Universities and Colleges State Police Other State Agencies 1998 19,437

More information

LANDLORD INCENTIVE PROGRAM GUIDELINES

LANDLORD INCENTIVE PROGRAM GUIDELINES LANDLORD INCENTIVE PROGRAM GUIDELINES Eligible Applicants: Nonprofit and for-profit rental property owners Eligible Properties: Existing vacant*, rental housing where the property owner has full site control;

More information

New Jersey Kids Count 2014 The State of Our Children

New Jersey Kids Count 2014 The State of Our Children New Jersey Kids Count 2014 The State of Our Children April 24, 2014 Advocates for Children of New Jersey 35 Halsey Street Newark, NJ 07102 973.643.3876 Advocates for Children of New Jersey 2014 What is

More information

Juvenile Delinquency Proceedings and Your Child. A Guide for Parents and Guardians

Juvenile Delinquency Proceedings and Your Child. A Guide for Parents and Guardians Juvenile Delinquency Proceedings and Your Child A Guide for Parents and Guardians NOTICE TO READER This brochure provides basic information about family court procedures relating to juvenile delinquency

More information

New Jersey Kids Count 2015 Bergen County Profile

New Jersey Kids Count 2015 Bergen County Profile New Jersey Kids Count 2015 Bergen County Profile The county profiles present the most recent data for each indicator. For historical data, please see the New Jersey Kids Count County Pocket Guides, which

More information

New Jersey Kids Count 2015

New Jersey Kids Count 2015 New Jersey Kids Count 2015 Anti-Poverty Network: Poverty Summit October 13, 2015 Advocates for Children of New Jersey 35 Halsey Street Newark, NJ 07102 973.643.3876 Advocates for Children of New Jersey

More information

NJ Elder Economic Security Index 2012 Update

NJ Elder Economic Security Index 2012 Update NJ Elder Economic Security Index 2012 Update NJ Foundation for Aging Grace Egan, Executive Director gegan@njfoundationforaging.org Melissa Chalker, Program Manager mchalker@njfoundationforaging.org 609-421-0206

More information

New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development LWD nj.gov/labor. Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services DVRS

New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development LWD nj.gov/labor. Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services DVRS New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development LWD nj.gov/labor Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services DVRS MISSION STATEMENT It is the mission of the New Jersey Division of Vocational

More information

SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION COUNTY PROBATE PART. [Caption: See Rule 4:83-3 for Probate Part Actions] CIVIL ACTION

SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION COUNTY PROBATE PART. [Caption: See Rule 4:83-3 for Probate Part Actions] CIVIL ACTION SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION COUNTY PROBATE PART [Caption: See Rule 4:83-3 for Probate Part Actions] IN THE MATTER OF Docket No.: CIVIL ACTION ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE SUMMARY ACTION THIS

More information

Child Protection and Permanency. Monthly Screening and Investigation Report April 2015

Child Protection and Permanency. Monthly Screening and Investigation Report April 2015 Child Protection and Permanency Monthly Screening and Investigation Report il Allison Blake, Ph.D., L.S.W. Commissioner May 20, Data in this report is preliminary and may differ from any final report.

More information

Referral Process for DDD Regional Clinical Services & Family Support

Referral Process for DDD Regional Clinical Services & Family Support Referral Process for DDD Regional Clinical Services & Family Support COUNTY REGIONAL PSYCHOLOGIST REGIONAL NURSE REGIONAL BEHAVIORIST FAMILY SUPPORT ATLANTIC BERGEN William Peto 973-977-2111 William.peto@dhs.state.nj.us

More information

Nutrition and Physical Activity Programs in New Jersey Introduction

Nutrition and Physical Activity Programs in New Jersey Introduction Nutrition and Physical Activity Programs in New Jersey Introduction Compiled by: Thanusha Puvananayagam, MPH The Cancer Institute of New Jersey UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Sharon Smith, MPH

More information

Early Intervention Services in New Jersey Frequently Asked Questions

Early Intervention Services in New Jersey Frequently Asked Questions Early Intervention Services in New Jersey Frequently Asked Questions What Should You Do If You Think an Infant or Toddler Is Not Growing or Developing as He or She Should? Seek help early. The first three

More information

East Brunswick Public Schools

East Brunswick Public Schools Dr. Victor Valeski Administration Building Superintendent of Schools 760 Route 18 East Brunswick, NJ 08816 Tel: (732) 613-6705 Fax: (732) 698-9871 vpvaleski@ebnet.org November 24, 2015 Statement of East

More information

152 DIVISION OF TAXATION 151 DIVISION OF TAXATION PAMS

152 DIVISION OF TAXATION 151 DIVISION OF TAXATION PAMS PR # Description 004 LEGISLATIVE GENERAL ASSEMBLY 005 LEGISLATIVE GENERAL ASSEMBLY MEMBERS, STAFF SERVICES 006 LEGISLATIVE SENATORS 007 LEGISLATIVE SENATE MEMBERS, STAFF SERVICES 008 OFFICE OF LEGISLATIVE

More information

Account Balance. Adding/ Removing/Updating Users and their Privileges. Index of FAQ Topics

Account Balance. Adding/ Removing/Updating Users and their Privileges. Index of FAQ Topics Index of FAQ Topics Account Balance Adding/ Removing/Updating Users and their Privileges Transaction Inquiries Changing the Administrator of the account Closing an Account Contact Information - Support

More information

Megan s Law. A Guide for Community Organizations, Schools & Daycare Centers

Megan s Law. A Guide for Community Organizations, Schools & Daycare Centers Megan s Law A Guide for Community Organizations, Schools & Daycare Centers Issued as a public service by the N.J. Office of the Attorney General, Division of Criminal Justice in conjunction with the 21

More information

New Jersey Department of Health Office of Certificate of Need and Healthcare Facility Licensure PO Box 358 Trenton, NJ 08625-0358

New Jersey Department of Health Office of Certificate of Need and Healthcare Facility Licensure PO Box 358 Trenton, NJ 08625-0358 New Jersey Department of Health Office of Certificate of Need and Healthcare Facility Licensure PO Box 358 Trenton, NJ 08625-0358 APPLICATION FOR NEW OR AMENDED ACUTE CARE FACILITY LICENSE LICENSURE AND

More information

Volume 25 No. 01 February 2015. Nursing Facilities, Assisted Living Providers and Managed Care Organizations (MCOs) For Action

Volume 25 No. 01 February 2015. Nursing Facilities, Assisted Living Providers and Managed Care Organizations (MCOs) For Action State of New Jersey Department of Human Services Division of Medical Assistance & Health Services Volume 25 No. 01 February 2015 TO: SUBJECT: EFFECTIVE: Nursing Facilities, Assisted Living Providers and

More information

NJ FamilyCare Managed Long Term Services and Supports (MLTSS) The Choice is Yours. Commissioner Jennifer Velez NJ Department of Human Services

NJ FamilyCare Managed Long Term Services and Supports (MLTSS) The Choice is Yours. Commissioner Jennifer Velez NJ Department of Human Services NJ FamilyCare Managed Long Term Services and Supports (MLTSS) The Choice is Yours Commissioner Jennifer Velez NJ Department of Human Services 1 Objectives o To provide you with information on: NJ s Medicaid

More information

PREQUALIFIED APPRAISER APPLICATION

PREQUALIFIED APPRAISER APPLICATION Richard E. Constable, III Acting Chairman Anthony Marchetta Executive Director Complete an application for each appraiser in your firm you want approved. Include with your application a copy of a signed

More information

Number of Full-time Employees at New Jersey Colleges and Universities, Fall 2011

Number of Full-time Employees at New Jersey Colleges and Universities, Fall 2011 Number of Full-time Employees at New Jersey Colleges and Universities, Fall 2011 N.J. Institute of Technology 426 0 90 389 13 168 9 132 1,227 Rutgers, The State University 3,320 0 224 3,701 391 695 395

More information

Tuition and Required Fees, Academic Year 2012-2013

Tuition and Required Fees, Academic Year 2012-2013 IN-DISTRICT* RATES NJ COMMUNITY COLLEGES Tuition Fees Total Tuition Tuition Fees Total Atlantic Cape Community College $3,060 $675 $3,735 $102.00 $1,224 $270 $1,494 Bergen Community College $3,857 $1,260

More information

Mayor East Orange, New Jersey. Executive Director NJHMFA. 44 City Hall Plaza East Orange, NJ 07019 TEL: 973-266-5411 www.eastorange-nj.

Mayor East Orange, New Jersey. Executive Director NJHMFA. 44 City Hall Plaza East Orange, NJ 07019 TEL: 973-266-5411 www.eastorange-nj. Mission: The Live Where You Work Homebuyer Program builds strong communities and promotes sustainable land use by encouraging people to live close to their places of employment. live where you work - EAST

More information

Report on the. Prevention of Domestic Violence Act

Report on the. Prevention of Domestic Violence Act Report on the Prevention of Domestic Violence Act January 1, 2013 - December 31, 2013 Prepared by: Family Practice Division Administrative Office of the Courts State of New Jersey Submitted: Hon. Stuart

More information

ALL AWARDS CONFERRED BY INSTITUTION AND GENDER, F.Y. 2008. Men Women Total NJ PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS Num Pct Num Pct Num Pct

ALL AWARDS CONFERRED BY INSTITUTION AND GENDER, F.Y. 2008. Men Women Total NJ PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS Num Pct Num Pct Num Pct ALL AWARDS CONFERRED BY INSTITUTION AND GENDER, F.Y. 2008 N.J. INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 1,461 74.2% 507 25.8% 1,968 100.0% RUTGERS,THE STATE UNIVERSITY 5,036 44.7% 6,238 55.3% 11,274 100.0% UNIV OF MEDICINE

More information

HIGHLIGHTS. Sixty-one percent (61%) of New Jersey Department of Corrections inmates are Black, while 23% are White and 16% are Hispanic.

HIGHLIGHTS. Sixty-one percent (61%) of New Jersey Department of Corrections inmates are Black, while 23% are White and 16% are Hispanic. INTRODUCTION This report has been developed to provide information regarding offender characteristics in each correctional complex, major institution, and satellite housing-unit under the jurisdiction

More information

Horizon MyWay HSA Horizon Direct Access 100/80/60 Benefit Highlights *

Horizon MyWay HSA Horizon Direct Access 100/80/60 Benefit Highlights * Horizon MyWay HSA Horizon Direct Access 100/80/60 Benefit Highlights * Office Visit Maximum Out of Pocket Plan** Copayment Deductible Network Non-Network Option 1 Not applicable $1,500 $3,500 $5,250 Option

More information

Crosswalk Management System

Crosswalk Management System Crosswalk Management System Report Filename Run by Report Date REPORT CROSSWALK TO STATE adobe pdf OPS$PCUMMING 05-MAR-13 12:40 OPS$PCUMMING Page 2 of 26 Status : FN Media ID : SUBA1 - KY Start Date :

More information

ATLANTIC CAPE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

ATLANTIC CAPE COMMUNITY COLLEGE ATLANTIC CAPE COMMUNITY COLLEGE A.S. CP: Science & Math Science & Mathematics 309999 BERGEN COMMUNITY COLLEGE A.A.S. CP: Engineering & Technology Electronics Technology 150399 A.A.S. CP: Engineering &

More information

Starting a Career in Addiction Treatment and Prevention: Internship Opportunities Available throughout New Jersey

Starting a Career in Addiction Treatment and Prevention: Internship Opportunities Available throughout New Jersey Starting a Career in Addiction Treatment and Prevention: Internship Opportunities Available throughout New Jersey 1 About this Internship Manual The New Jersey Prevention Network (NJPN) has a grant from

More information

Tuition and Required Fees, Academic Year 2014-2015

Tuition and Required Fees, Academic Year 2014-2015 IN-DISTRICT* RATES NJ COMMUNITY COLLEGES Tuition Fees Total Tuition Tuition Fees Total Atlantic Cape Community College $3,390 $762 $4,152 $113.00 $1,356 $305 $1,661 Bergen Community College $3,977 $1,290

More information

NEW JERSEY STATE MODEL PROCEDURES FOR INTERNAL COMPLAINTS ALLEGING DISCRIMINATION IN THE WORKPLACE

NEW JERSEY STATE MODEL PROCEDURES FOR INTERNAL COMPLAINTS ALLEGING DISCRIMINATION IN THE WORKPLACE NEW JERSEY STATE MODEL PROCEDURES FOR INTERNAL COMPLAINTS ALLEGING DISCRIMINATION IN THE WORKPLACE Each State department, commission, State college or university, agency and authority (hereafter referred

More information

F A C T S H E E. Home Buyer Mortgage Program. 1. INTEREST RATE: Please call a participating lender for current rates or call 1-800-NJ HOUSE.

F A C T S H E E. Home Buyer Mortgage Program. 1. INTEREST RATE: Please call a participating lender for current rates or call 1-800-NJ HOUSE. Home Buyer Mortgage Program F A C T S H E E 1. INTEREST RATE: Please call a participating lender for current rates or call 1-800-NJ HOUSE. 2. MORTGAGE LOAN MATURITY: 30 year term and 40 year terms available,

More information

New Jersey Department of Children and Families Policy Manual. Date: Chapter: B Substance Abuse Subchapter: 1 Substance Abuse Services

New Jersey Department of Children and Families Policy Manual. Date: Chapter: B Substance Abuse Subchapter: 1 Substance Abuse Services New Jersey Department of Children and Families Policy Manual Manual: CP&P Child Protection and Permanency Effective Volume: V Health Date: Chapter: B Substance Abuse Subchapter: 1 Substance Abuse Services

More information

Overview of Services

Overview of Services New Jersey Department of Human Services Division of Developmental Disabilities Overview of Services Clarke Bruno Acting Commissioner Division of Developmental Disabilities The New Jersey Department of

More information

Colorado Substance Abuse Treatment Clients with Co-Occurring Disorders, FY05

Colorado Substance Abuse Treatment Clients with Co-Occurring Disorders, FY05 Colorado Substance Abuse Treatment Clients with Co-Occurring Disorders, FY05 Introduction Many clients who have chronic substance use disorders often simultaneously suffer from a serious mental disorder.

More information

Voting: It's Your Right

Voting: It's Your Right Voting: It's Your Right Voting: It s Your Right A resource guide developed by: In collaboration with New Jersey s Administration on Developmental Disabilities Partners: Suggested Citation: Coffield, C.N.

More information

Trends in Adult Female Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions Reporting Primary Alcohol Abuse: 1992 to 2007. Alcohol abuse affects millions of

Trends in Adult Female Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions Reporting Primary Alcohol Abuse: 1992 to 2007. Alcohol abuse affects millions of Treatment Episode Data Set The TEDS Report January 7, 2010 Trends in Adult Female Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions Reporting Primary Alcohol Abuse: 1992 to 2007 In Brief Between 1992 and 2007, the

More information

HUMAN SERVICES DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES OVERVIEW D-163

HUMAN SERVICES DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES OVERVIEW D-163 Mission and Goals The Department of Human Services (DHS) provides services designed to protect, assist and empower economically disadvantaged individuals and families, and people with disabilities to achieve

More information

**PLEASE CALL CLINIC FOR HOURS OR AN APPOINTMENT** ATLANTIC COUNTY. Atlantic City - 08401

**PLEASE CALL CLINIC FOR HOURS OR AN APPOINTMENT** ATLANTIC COUNTY. Atlantic City - 08401 ATLANTIC COUNTY Atlantic City - 08401 AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center Family Planning 2922 Atlantic Ave 2 nd Floor Telephone #: 856-365-3519 or 800-230-7526 Fax #: (609) 441-8928 Sliding Scale fee

More information

SFY13 2014 (#): (0631) 09/30/2014 2014-1 2 3 4 SFY14

SFY13 2014 (#): (0631) 09/30/2014 2014-1 2 3 4 SFY14 Provider Name (#): Central East Alcoholism and Drug Council (0631) Date of Report: 09/30/2014 Engagement, Retention and Continuity of Care Measure Status by Level of Care and SFY 2014 Quarter* Detoxification

More information

Tuition and Required Fees, Academic Year 2015-2016

Tuition and Required Fees, Academic Year 2015-2016 IN-DISTRICT* RATES NJ COMMUNITY COLLEGES Tuition Fees Total Tuition Tuition Fees Total Atlantic Cape Community College $3,480 $786 $4,266 $116.00 $1,392 $314 $1,706 Bergen Community College $4,050 $1,290

More information

CHAPTER 3: Patient Admissions to Treatment for Abuse of Alcohol and Drugs in Appalachia, 2000 2004

CHAPTER 3: Patient Admissions to Treatment for Abuse of Alcohol and Drugs in Appalachia, 2000 2004 CHAPTER 3: Patient Admissions to Treatment for Abuse of Alcohol and Drugs in Appalachia, 2000 2004 3.1 Introduction Thousands of public and private treatment facilities are available across the United

More information

COUNTY OF BERGEN 2013 BUDGET KATHLEEN A. DONOVAN COUNTY EXECUTIVE

COUNTY OF BERGEN 2013 BUDGET KATHLEEN A. DONOVAN COUNTY EXECUTIVE COUNTY OF BERGEN 2013 BUDGET KATHLEEN A. DONOVAN COUNTY EXECUTIVE NEW JERSEY COUNTIES Tax Rates 1 0.9 0.8 0.7 0.6 0.5 0.4 0.3 0.2 0.1 Warren Union Sussex Somerset Salem Passaic Ocean Morris Monmouth Middlesex

More information

NEW JERSEY DRUG CONTROL UPDATE. Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions Data

NEW JERSEY DRUG CONTROL UPDATE. Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions Data NEW JERSEY DRUG CONTROL UPDATE This report reflects significant trends, data, and major issues relating to drugs in the State of New Jersey. New Jersey At-a-Glance: Approximately 6 percent of New Jersey

More information

New Jersey Dental Clinic Directory 2014 Division of Family Health Services

New Jersey Dental Clinic Directory 2014 Division of Family Health Services 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 New Jersey Dental Clinic Directory 2014 Division of Family Health Services * 0 # Chris Christie Governor Kim Guadagno Lt. Governor Mary E. O Dowd, MPH Commissioner Introduction If you

More information

On-Line Transparency of New Jersey s Local Authorities and Commissions

On-Line Transparency of New Jersey s Local Authorities and Commissions State of New Jersey Office of the State Comptroller A. Matthew Boxer, Comptroller An Analysis of the On-Line Transparency of New Jersey s Local Authorities and Commissions Table of Contents I. Introduction...

More information

The Juvenile Justice Commission s Stabilization and Reintegration Program: An Updated Recidivism Analysis

The Juvenile Justice Commission s Stabilization and Reintegration Program: An Updated Recidivism Analysis The Juvenile Justice Commission s Stabilization and Reintegration Program: An Updated Recidivism Analysis Submitted by: New Jersey Department of Law & Public Safety Juvenile Justice Commission Office of

More information

Managed long term services and supports (MLTSS) Provider updates. Jennifer Langer Jacobs, VP LTSS Operations

Managed long term services and supports (MLTSS) Provider updates. Jennifer Langer Jacobs, VP LTSS Operations Managed long term services and supports (MLTSS) Provider updates Jennifer Langer Jacobs, VP LTSS Operations 1 Important updates Authorization waiver extension Assisted Living (ALP, ALR and CPCH) rate changes

More information

Substance Abuse Treatment Statistics Barnstable County Residents Focus on 2007 to 2011. July 25, 2013

Substance Abuse Treatment Statistics Barnstable County Residents Focus on 2007 to 2011. July 25, 2013 Substance Abuse Treatment Statistics Residents Focus on 2007 to 2011 July 25, 2013 Intentionally blank Department of Human Services Tables of Contents Summary 1 Table 1: Substance Abuse Treatment Enrollments,

More information

NEW JERSEY DIVISION OF TAXATION REGULATORY SERVICES BRANCH TECHNICAL BULLETIN

NEW JERSEY DIVISION OF TAXATION REGULATORY SERVICES BRANCH TECHNICAL BULLETIN NEW JERSEY DIVISION OF TAXATION REGULATORY SERVICES BRANCH TECHNICAL BULLETIN TB - 56 ISSUED: 9-8-05 TAX: TOPIC: GROSS INCOME TAX HEALTH ENTERPRISE ZONES Effective for taxable years of practices beginning

More information

PRE-ADMISSION SCREENING AND RESIDENT REVIEW (PASRR) LEVEL I SCREEN

PRE-ADMISSION SCREENING AND RESIDENT REVIEW (PASRR) LEVEL I SCREEN NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES PRE-ADMISSION SCREENING AND RESIDENT REVIEW (PASRR) LEVEL I SCREEN Please print and complete all questions. This form must be completed for all applicants PRIOR

More information

Conservative Intel NEW JERSEY TOPLINES

Conservative Intel NEW JERSEY TOPLINES Conservative Intel NEW JERSEY TOPLINES Conducted: March 24-25, 2013 Sample Size: 760 Margin of Error: +/-3.55% Results: (Republicans Only) Q: In a hypothetical Republican primary election for a vacant

More information

Date of Report: 09/30/2014 Engagement, Retention and Continuity of Care Measure Status by Level of Care and SFY 2014 Quarter* Quarter 1

Date of Report: 09/30/2014 Engagement, Retention and Continuity of Care Measure Status by Level of Care and SFY 2014 Quarter* Quarter 1 Provider Name (#): Alcoholic Rehabilitation Community Home Date of Report: 09/30/2014 Engagement, Retention and Continuity of Care Measure Status by Level of Care and SFY 2014 Quarter* Level III.1 - Engagement

More information

NEW JERSEY 2011 For a strong economy, the skills gap must be closed.

NEW JERSEY 2011 For a strong economy, the skills gap must be closed. For a strong economy, the skills gap must be closed. 66% 46% 20% By 2020, jobs requiring a career certificate or college degree Skills gap Too few students make it through college. MEMBER New Jersey adults

More information

Higher Education Component New Jersey Economic Stimulus Act of 2009 A4048/S2299SCS (Roberts/Coutinho/Diegnan/Wisniewski/Lesniak)

Higher Education Component New Jersey Economic Stimulus Act of 2009 A4048/S2299SCS (Roberts/Coutinho/Diegnan/Wisniewski/Lesniak) Higher Education Component New Jersey Economic Stimulus Act of 2009 A4048/S2299SCS (Roberts/Coutinho/Diegnan/Wisniewski/Lesniak) The New Jersey Economic Stimulus Act of 2009, P.L. 2009, c. 90, makes various

More information

NEW JERSEY HIV/AIDS REPORT

NEW JERSEY HIV/AIDS REPORT NEW JERSEY HIV/AIDS REPORT June 30, 2011 Chris Christie Governor Kim Guadagno Lt. Governor Public Health Services Branch Division of HIV, STD and TB Services preventing disease with care Mary E. O Dowd,

More information

2014 Rankings. New Jersey

2014 Rankings. New Jersey 2014 Rankings New Jersey INSIDE FRONT COVER INTENTIONALLY BLANK INTRODUCTION The County Health Rankings & Roadmaps program helps communities identify and implement solutions that make it easier for people

More information

Provider Name (#): Jefferson County Comprehensive Services (0225) Page 1

Provider Name (#): Jefferson County Comprehensive Services (0225) Page 1 Provider Name (#): Jefferson County Comprehensive Services (0225) Date of Report: 09/30/2014 Engagement, Retention and Continuity of Care Measure Status by Level of Care and SFY 2014 Quarter* Detoxification

More information

MAIL: Recovery Center Missoula FAX: 406 532 9901 1201 Wyoming St. OR ATTN: Admissions Missoula, MT 59801 ATTN: Admissions

MAIL: Recovery Center Missoula FAX: 406 532 9901 1201 Wyoming St. OR ATTN: Admissions Missoula, MT 59801 ATTN: Admissions Hello and thank you for your interest in Recovery Center Missoula. This letter serves to introduce our program to you, outline eligibility requirements, and describe the application/admission process.

More information

Get to Know AMERIHEALTH NEW JERSEY

Get to Know AMERIHEALTH NEW JERSEY Get to Know AMERIHEALTH NEW JERSEY Why AM ER I H EA LT H NEW JERS EY? We re focused solely on the state of New Jersey. We live here. We work here. And we re involved in the communities here. This gives

More information

Your Guide to Health Insurance How to Choose the Best Health Plan LEARN

Your Guide to Health Insurance How to Choose the Best Health Plan LEARN Your Guide to Health Insurance How to Choose the Best Health Plan LEARN Table of Contents Health insurance basics 2 Understanding health insurance 3 Health care law and you 4 Types of networks and health

More information

CASE MANAGEMENT INVENTORY OF SUPPORT SERVICES For Adults

CASE MANAGEMENT INVENTORY OF SUPPORT SERVICES For Adults COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA BUREAU OF DRUG and ALCOHOL PROGRAMS Division of Treatment CASE MANAGEMENT INVENTORY OF SUPPORT SERVICES For Adults NAME : SSN: ADDRESS PHONE: (Street) ISS Interval Scores CIS

More information

NEW JERSEY JAIL POPULATION ANALYSIS

NEW JERSEY JAIL POPULATION ANALYSIS DATA DRIVEN JUSTICE SOLUTIONS NEW JERSEY JAIL POPULATION ANALYSIS Identifying Opportunities to Safely and Responsibly Reduce the Jail Population March 2013 Provided by Luminosity in Partnership with the

More information

Client Population Statistics

Client Population Statistics Client Population Statistics Fiscal Year 6-7 Introduction On the following pages, the reader will find information about the client population that Daytop served during the fiscal year 6-7 in its diverse

More information

Quarterly Form (SAP Online), Page 1

Quarterly Form (SAP Online), Page 1 Page 1 of 6 Quarterly Form (SAP Online), Page 1 1) Please enter the total number of screenings that were performed. 1-a) Please enter the number of students referred for assessment by age group, sex, and

More information

Crosswalk Management System

Crosswalk Management System Crosswalk Management System Report Filename Run by REPORT CROSSWALK TO STATE adobe pdf OPS$PCUMMING Report Date 04-MAR-13 01:34 OPS$PCUMMING Page 2 of 32 Status : FN Media ID : CalOMS - CA Start Date :

More information

2012 Rankings New Jersey

2012 Rankings New Jersey 2012 Rankings New Jersey Introduction Where we live matters to our health. The health of a community depends on many different factors, including the environment, education and jobs, access to and quality

More information

Off-Campus Pickup & Delivery Locations Dynamex, U.S. Mail, and UPS Addresses Rutgers University Libraries

Off-Campus Pickup & Delivery Locations Dynamex, U.S. Mail, and UPS Addresses Rutgers University Libraries Off-Campus Pickup & Delivery Locations Dynamex, U.S. Mail, and UPS Addresses Rutgers University Libraries Dynamex (The NJ Library Network s Delivery Service) Atlantic Cape Community College-Atlantic City

More information

Starting a Career in Addiction Treatment and Prevention: Internship Opportunities Available throughout New Jersey

Starting a Career in Addiction Treatment and Prevention: Internship Opportunities Available throughout New Jersey Starting a Career in Addiction Treatment and Prevention: Internship Opportunities Available throughout New Jersey 2 About this Internship Manual The New Jersey Prevention Network (NJPN) has a grant from

More information

NJ Department of Human Services

NJ Department of Human Services NJ Department of Human Services FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs) NJ FamilyCare MANAGED LONG TERM SERVICES AND SUPPORTS (MLTSS) (Revised May 5, 2014) NJ FamilyCare MANAGED LONG TERM SERVICES AND SUPPORTS

More information

2013-2014 ALCOHOL, TOBACCO & OTHER DRUGS RESOURCE DIRECTORY FOR MIDDLESEX COUNTY

2013-2014 ALCOHOL, TOBACCO & OTHER DRUGS RESOURCE DIRECTORY FOR MIDDLESEX COUNTY 2013-2014 ALCOHOL, TOBACCO & OTHER DRUGS RESOURCE DIRECTORY FOR MIDDLESEX COUNTY Providing Substance Abuse Prevention, Education and Support for Personal Recovery 152 Tices Lane, East Brunswick, NJ 08816

More information

CURRICULUM VITAE. EDWIN A. ROSENBERG, Ph.D. NJ License: 35SI00095200. EDUCATION: B.A. 1962; M.A. 1965; Ph.D. 1971; Hofstra University, Hempstead, N.Y.

CURRICULUM VITAE. EDWIN A. ROSENBERG, Ph.D. NJ License: 35SI00095200. EDUCATION: B.A. 1962; M.A. 1965; Ph.D. 1971; Hofstra University, Hempstead, N.Y. CURRICULUM VITAE EDWIN A. ROSENBERG, Ph.D. NJ License: 35SI00095200 OFFICE: 25 Franklin Place Summit, NJ 07901 (908) 277-3060 Fax (908) 277-2381 EDUCATION: B.A. 1962; M.A. 1965; Ph.D. 1971; Hofstra University,

More information

DMHAS FEE FOR SERVICE PRIOR AUTHORIZATION CONTACTS

DMHAS FEE FOR SERVICE PRIOR AUTHORIZATION CONTACTS AGAPE Counseling Services, Inc. Airmid Counseling Services ALFRE, Inc. ( Mrs. Wilsons Halfway House) American Habitare & Counseling, Inc. Another Door Opens Recovery Center, LLC Atlantic Prevention Resources

More information

SASKATCHEWAN NNADAP TREATMENT SERVICES APPLICATION FORM Revised June, 2009 VAN LOONVCONSULTING

SASKATCHEWAN NNADAP TREATMENT SERVICES APPLICATION FORM Revised June, 2009 VAN LOONVCONSULTING SASKATCHEWAN NNADAP TREATMENT SERVICES APPLICATION FORM Revised June, 2009 VAN LOONVCONSULTING This application is the first step required to pre-screen applicants for adult treatment at any of the NNADAP

More information

Your Guide to Health Insurance Learn how to choose the best health plan

Your Guide to Health Insurance Learn how to choose the best health plan Your Guide to Health Insurance Learn how to choose the best health plan Why AmeriHealth New Jersey AmeriHealth New Jersey is the only health insurer focused solely on the state of New Jersey. We live here.

More information

Substance Abuse Treatment Guide for Utah County

Substance Abuse Treatment Guide for Utah County Substance Abuse Treatment Guide for Utah County Detoxification/Stabilization Facilities Detoxification/Stabilization facilities for all ages Addiction and Psychological Services 224 North Orem Blvd, Orem

More information

APPLICATION FOR Page 1/7 RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT

APPLICATION FOR Page 1/7 RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT APPLICATION FOR Page 1/7 Instructions: The following form is required to begin the application process to Stonehenge. The form should be printed and completed by hand, then faxed or mailed to Stonehenge

More information

News Release. New Jersey s High School Students Get a Head Start on College

News Release. New Jersey s High School Students Get a Head Start on College News Release Contact: Jacob C. Farbman, (609) 392-3434 or (856) 802-0129 Date: July 5, 2005 For Immediate Release New Jersey s High School Students Get a Head Start on College Editor Please Note: Attached

More information

The Burden of Diabetes in New Jersey: A Surveillance Report New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services Division of Family Health Services

The Burden of Diabetes in New Jersey: A Surveillance Report New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services Division of Family Health Services The Burden of Diabetes in New Jersey: A Surveillance Report New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services Division of Family Health Services Diabetes Control Program Section I : May 2005 Section

More information