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ABOUT HOPE ONE

In 2020, The Hunterdon County Department of Human Services partnered with the Hunterdon County Sheriffs Office, with the idea to bring resources, education, and services to the community to address the opioid epidemic.  The Hunterdon County Department of Human Services was awarded an Innovation Grant from the State of New Jersey to outfit a Hope One vehicle.

The HOPE ONE van is centered around a Stigma Free environment intended to provide education, resources, and outreach to individuals and families who may have difficulty in accessing services.  The program’s goal is to provide access to drug rehabilitation and counseling before individuals encounter the criminal justice system.  HOPE ONE will be staffed by a County Sherriff’s officer, and a Department of Human Services staff member. 

Hunterdon County Proud to be STIGMA-FREE
Hunterdon County Stigma Free Facebook Page

HOPE ONE SERVICES INCLUDE:

  1. Substance Use Disorder Information and Resources
  2. Mental Health Information and Resources
  3. Harm Reduction Information
  4. Prescription Medication Drop Off
  5. SNAP and Medicaid Enrollment
  6. Housing and Social Service Resources
  7. Referral Assistance Immediate help given when available
  8. Narcan education
  9. Community Resource Referrals
  10. Family Guidance and Support

  CONTACT US

 

Please call Human Services at 908-788-1253 if you have any questions about this initiative.

DO YOU WANT TO SCHEDULE THE HOPE ONE AT YOUR EVENT/LOCATION?

CALL:
Hunterdon County Department of Human Services
Stacey Becker, Assistant Mental Health Administrator
908-788-1253 or 908-806-4184

EMAIL:
hopeone@co.hunterdon.nj.us

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  HOPE ONE EVENTS

Hope One Van - Events

HOPE IS AROUND THE CORNER

The Hope One Van will be at the following Locations in the upcoming weeks:

April 08, 2021 - 9am to 2pm
FLEMINGTON SHOPRITE
272 Highway 2020/31 North
Flemington, NJ 08822
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April 15, 2021 - 9am to 2pm
CLINTON SHOPRITE

50 Walmart Plaza
Clinton, NJ 08809
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June 11, 2021 - 9am to 2pm
LAMBERTVILLE LIBRARY
6 Lilly Street
Lambertville, NJ 08350
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FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CONTACT:

 
Stacey Becker, Assistant Mental Health Administrator
  Email: hopeone@co.hunterdon.nj.us
  Phone: 908-788-1253 or 908-806-4184

Hope One Van at the Flemington Food Pantry, February 2021PAST EVENT LOCATIONS WERE HELD AT:

  • March 25, 2021 - Frenchtown IGA, Frenchtown
  • March 18, 2021 - Dutch Mill Market, Milford
  • March 04, 2021 - North County Library, Clinton
  • February 16, 2021 - Flemington Area Food Pantry, Flemington

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  HOPE ONE RESOURCES

 

Hunterdon County Housing Division:   908-788-1336

Hunterdon County Mental Health Resources:  908-788-1253

Hunterdon County STIGMA FREE Zone - @HunterdonCountyStigmaFreeZone

Hunterdon County Mental Health & Addictions Resource Guide

Asst Mental Health Administrator and Drug and Alcohol Director: Stacey Becker 908-806-4184

Hunterdon County Prosecutors Office: 9 08-788-1129

Hunterdon County Social Services Division:  908-788-1300

Hunterdon County Sheriff’s Office:  908-788-1166

Hunterdon County Transportation Services - Ride the LINK:   1-800-842-0531

Hunterdon County Veterans Services:  908-788-1361

Greater Raritan Workforce and One Stop Center:  908-704-6326

RX Drop Off locations in Hunterdon County

AA/NA Meeting Information:   908-782-3909

Al-Anon/Ala-teen Hotline:   800-344-2666

NJ Addictions Services Hotline:   1-844-276-2777

NJ Reach:   844-732-2465

National Drug Helpline:   1-800-662-4357

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:   800-273-8255

SAMSHA Treatment Facility Locator

NJ Homeless Hotline:  Call 211

 

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  HOPE ONE IN THE NEWS

 

January 28, 2021: Hunterdon County Department Of Human Services And Sheriff Fred W. Brown Announce The Hunterdon County Hope One Van Initiative

Hunterdon County Board of County Commissioners Director Sue Soloway and Deputy Director John E. Lanza joined the County Department of Human Services and Sheriff Fred W. Brown in hosting a ribbon cutting ceremony, on Thursday, January 28th, to unveil a new initiative, the Hope One Van, whose core mission is to offer education and lifesaving resources to those struggling with drug use and addiction.

Hunterdon County Commissioner Director Susan J. Soloway said, “As Director of the County’s Commissioner Board, I am proud to support this important endeavor on behalf of our residents, and I pray that Hope One will make a positive difference in the lives of those suffering with addiction.”  READ MORE...

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