To speak to someone immediately,
call 732-254-3344


Our office hours are:
Mon - Fri
9:00am - 5:00pm

After hours and weekends
Call 732-254-3344 ext. 42
Leave a message with your first name and contact number, or dial 211 to speak with a counselor at the New Jersey Social Services Hotline.

When a person makes the decision to seek help for a possible addiction to alcohol or other drugs, the process can seem overwhelming. Common questions include, What type of program do I need? What if I don’t have insurance? And most importantly, Where do I start?

Replicating our phone-based Information and Referral Helpline as closely as possible, NCADD developed the following self-administered questionnaire to help answer those questions. While not intended to diagnose a substance abuse problem, it should give you a solid referral to start your search for available treatment.

Should you wish to speak to someone on staff, please feel free to call NCADD at 732-254-3344. If you are calling outside of business hours, leave us your first name and the day and times that would be best for us to call you back. Should you not answer the phone yourself, we will not break confidentiality by identifying ourselves. We will simply say that we are returning your call from yesterday and try again later.

The referral options provided through this tool are specific to Middlesex County, New Jersey and its immediate vicinity. If you live in another New Jersey County, please visit the New Jersey Prevention Network or call 211 for your most local referral organization. If you live outside of New Jersey, please visit the National Addiction Treatment Locator provided by the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration.

This tool has been designed to be used by the individual who is seeking help for themselves. Therefore, all questions will be asked in the first person. If you are seeking help for someone else, please answer the questions to the best of your ability from the perspective of the person who needs the treatment referral.