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Most of the opioid treatment programs available in New Jersey are likely to work with state and federal funding. For people who struggle with finances, due to homelessness, low income, job loss, or other loss of financial support, and who need help for their opioid addiction, New Jersey has several options available. There are many sliding scale, low-cost, and state-funded programs, but there are also some free options for those in need.
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Supporting Quality Opioid Treatment across the Garden State
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AATOD implemented a strategic organizational Five-Year Plan in conjunction with Board members, treatment providers, federal and state agencies, partnering policy organizations, corporations and patient advocacy groups.
Governor Phil Murphy and the Murphy Administration today unveiled several new initiatives to strengthen New Jersey’s fight against the opioid epidemic. In 2018, more than 3,000 individuals in New Jersey died due to overdoses.
Advocacy is integral to NJATOD’s mission. We focus our legislative and other advocacy efforts at local, state, and national levels to improve access to effective health care and eliminate discrimination against people with opioid use disorders.