Recovery is Possible
Oaks offers compassionate, supportive services for individuals and families living with an addiction to opioids, alcohol and other addictive substances or co-occurring disorders (mental health and substance use disorder). Our goal is to offer hope for long-term recovery and a chance to end the revolving door of treatment.
Recovery is possible with the right treatment, resources and continuing care. Our team of professional, caring staff strive to address each person’s individualized needs and encourage engagement throughout the recovery process. The path to a sober, healthy life starts with a holistic approach to care designed to treat the whole person in a comfortable, welcoming environment. Programs include:
In partnership with the Evesham Police Dept. and Burlington County Prosecutor’s office, Oaks will be on call on Mondays from 12:00-7:00 pm to meet in-person with individuals who voluntarily enter the Evesham Police Department (984 Tuckerton Road, Marlton, NJ 08053), turn in their drugs and request help with an addiction.
Each individual who walks through the door will be treated with dignity, compassion and respect. An Oaks team member or coordinating provider will immediately complete a “Straight… Into Treatment” assessment and begin the process to link the person to treatment as soon as possible. Oaks will also coordinate follow-up care and referral to additional community resources to support their recovery.
The Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic in Mercer County focuses on improving overall health through community-based mental health and addiction treatment. Ambulatory detox from drugs or alcohol is the first step on the road to recovery followed by additional services such as partial care, case management, outpatient counseling, primary healthcare screening and more.
OORP responds in-person at participating Burlington County emergency rooms to survivors reversed from an overdose. Recovery Specialists link survivors to treatment, follow-up care, peer support and community resources.
Outpatient services help individuals and families struggling with addiction or co-occurring disorders improve well-being at home, work and in the community. Treatment offered at convenient locations throughout southern and central New Jersey includes therapy, care coordination, peer recovery support, medication monitoring and connection to community resources.
The SUN program in Mercer and Camden Counties promotes a single point of entry in the children’s system of care for youth with substance use issues. Oaks works with other providers by participating in peer learning sessions, providing technical assistance and educating the public about substance use among at-risk youth.
MICA, also known as Courage To Change, is a partial care day program in Burlington County for adults living with a serious mental illness and an addiction.