Who We AreCity of Angels NJ, Inc. was founded in 2009 to guide people with addiction to treatment and support them in their recovery. Each year, COA performs hundreds of interventions and referrals to treatment. COA will work with anyone, regardless of their insurance status, treatment history, or other details. COA also conducts community outreach through schools and local events to educate the public about addiction. Although many lives have been lost to this disease, many more individuals have entered long term recovery. COA believes that with the right tools and support, recovery is possible at any age.
Our VisionThe road to recovery is a difficult one to travel. City of Angels NJ, Inc. envisions this road with fewer obstacles for those looking to conquer their addiction. It is our hope that the journey to recovery will begin with the support of COA. It is here that those struggling with addiction, those in recovery, and their family members can find the tools to help them lead a healthy lifestyle.
Our MissionCity of Angels NJ, Inc. realizes that addiction is a devastating disease that destroys too many lives. We seek to foster strong relationships with the community, schools, the criminal justice system and treatment centers to bridge the gap between addiction and a healthy lifestyle. COA will offer assistance navigating the treatment system but realizes that successful completion of a treatment program is only the beginning. COA recognizes the difficulties people encounter when returning from treatment and we continue to be available for those in recovery by providing referrals, emotional support, and a safe, drug-free meeting place.
If you are looking for the tools necessary to reach your goal of a healthy, substance-free life, you found the right place.
COA offers many resources for people seeking recovery as well as those already in recovery:
- Interventions & referrals to treatment
- Scholarships for those without insurance
- Referrals to sober living
- Recovery Coach program
- Wellness resources
- NA, AA, Spirituality, Self-injury, Bullying and other support group meetings
- Family Program
- Nar-Anon, The Breakfast Club, and other support group meetings