We must be united in the war against addiction! My mission is to unite organizations,support groups, and everyone else who needs a helping hand. I am here to educate equip and develop a Recovery resource Network. My hope is that everyone gets the help they need and no one is left behind or alone in their fight for freedom from addiction. Join me and lets fight the good fight! Our Philosophy: Instigate, Agitate, Educate, and Liberate!
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Saturday, March 23, City of Angels NJ will march in the annual
Robbinsville St. Patrick's Day parade. This is a fun event that will
include pipe bands, high school bands, scouts, Irish bands, fire
departments, local and regional law enforcement, civic, community &
labor groups, floats, military servicemen and women and much more. The route
is about one and one quarter miles. After the parade, marchers will
gather on the grounds at Ernie's for music and refreshments.
If you would like to join
COA (and maybe carry the COA banner!), please meet us at 12:00 noon at
Foxmoor Shopping Center. You will recognize us by the distinctive green
COA t-shirts. The parade will begin at 1:00 pm.
Open House Videos
A Proven Way to Recover: Recovery Compliance Inc.
The final videos from City of Angels' 4th annual Open House are now online!
To watch Recovery Compliance President Rob Harrison talk about proven approaches to recovery, click here.
For the full library of all 2013 Open House videos, click here.
In November 2012, New York University journalism student
Allie Ward interviewed and wrote a profile about COA's Director of
Interventions, Tom "Redneck" Clark. After
Red helped her boyfriend into treatment, Allie wanted to better
understand how Redneck became the person he is now, and why he devotes
virtually all of his free time to helping others. The profile has since
become a model for Allie's class and her professor uses it as an example
for new students.
COA hosts support group meetings
for both addiction sufferers and their families every day of the week
at the Dwier Center (392 Church Street, Groveville, NJ). This includes
12-step meetings, a new Thursday night veteran's support group, Saturday
night self-injury support group, Sunday night Spirituality Meeting, and
the popular Sunday morning family support group, The Breakfast Club. To check out our online calendar, click here.
The COA website now offers an Addiction News Feed
with the latest studies, reports, new and other info on addiction. It's
updated in real time with the top 30 articles. To read the feed, click here.
New videos are up on the COA YouTube channel. To watch, click here.
Join COA's Pinterest community! To visit the boards, click here.
current on COA activites - join the COA group on Facebook! COA news is
posted first on Facebook, and this page often has photos not available
elsewhere. Click here to visit.
of Angels NJ, Inc. is a non-profit organization that provides many
services to addicts and their families including interventions, recovery
support, Family Program, counseling services and more. All of our
services are provided at no charge.