News and Events
- The DEA’s national medication take-back day is over, but their dropboxes have not disappeared! Permanent dropboxes can be found at local police stations throughout Sussex County and are accessible 24/7. Properly disposing of your unneeded and expired medications can protect you, your family, and the environment. Expired medicines can lose their efficacy or turn toxic and cause harm if taken by accident.
The Sussex County Recovery Community Center Annual Picnic will take place on Saturday, July 9th from 1-5 p.m. Enjoy a day of family-friendly fun with food, games, and ice-cream!
Receiving medications through the mail is convenient and can be invaluable to those with low to no mobility or transportation. However, ordering medications online can pose risks such as falling prey ...
Wallkill Youth Summer Camp – Open to rising 7th and 8th graders in Franklin, Hamburg, Ogdensburg, and Hardyston. Camp activities will build: Leadership, Teamwork, Communication Skills and Friendships.
Heal through the power of writing. Your story of addiction and recovery Monthly creative writing workshop series facilitated by Mary Burns, Author of Saving Eric.
Learn how to save a life. Free Narcan kits and overdose prevention training is available on the first Friday of every month.
Registration is now open for the Spring Session of the Military Family program held in Newton on Thursday evenings from 5:30-7! Any family with military affiliation can register for the program. ...