Recovery is a process of change through which people improve their health and wellness, live self-directed lives, and strive to reach their full potential. People with substance use disorders can manage these conditions and create and sustain a wellness lifestyle.
Addiction to drugs, alcohol, or other harmful chemicals can impact quality of life; however, at CSPNJ, we know firsthand that addiction is treatable, prevented and/or successfully managed. We all have a role educating ourselves and our community about how to prevent addiction and/or help others pursue a life in recovery.
At Collaborative Support Programs of New Jersey, we know that many people experience all forms of SUDs though can and do pursue a recovery lifestyle when they have access to a supportive community and engagement in meaningful activities in the community.