Programs | JBRC

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Residential Programs

Our new state-of-the-art Residential Treatment Facility features 46 short-term beds, 46 long-term beds and 23 detox beds. Our programs are clinically driven with a length of stay from 3-6 months.

Our programs consist of:

  • Individual Counseling
  • Group Counseling
  • Family Counseling
  • Psychoeducation Classes
  • Medication Assisted Treatment
  • Recreation
  • Psychiatric Services
  • Medical Services
  • Educational Services

Outpatient Programs

Traditional Outpatient Programs

Traditional Outpatient Programs provide a combination of individual, group and family counseling designed for individuals who are able to pursue recovery goals with minimal support.

Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP)

Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP) provide a combination of individual, group and educational sessions to meet the recovery-oriented goals of an adult population. An IOP treatment day is three hours long and includes classroom didactic sessions, group and individual therapy.

Primary Care

JBRC is now leading the Primary Care and Opioid Treatment Initiative, funded through a five-year grant from the Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS). This initiative is part of a pilot project though the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSA). The new initiative started on January 1, 2021 and is based out of JBRC’s Pleasantville location at 660 Black Horse Pike.

JBRC’s goal is to integrate primary health care with our opioid treatment program with a strong focus on treating HIV and Hepatitis C. Only a small number of providers are performing hepatitis C treatment and there are many barriers to getting an appointment. JBRC strives to remove all barriers and offer the convenience of having a full continuum of care and treatment options available to patients. These efforts align with JBRC’s mission to provide the highest quality, evidence-based treatment services to help individuals overcome substance use disorders regardless of financial circumstance or socio-economic background.

Primary Care Admission
For an appointment, please call: 609-345-2020, ext. 6182, 6180 or 6179

Please bring to YOUR APPOINTMENT:
Photo ID and Proof of New Jersey Residency

Please keep in mind an admission includes a full physical exam, blood work and a comprehensive interview with an admissions staff person and can take up to two hours. It is strongly suggested that you do not bring young children with you.

Medication Assisted Treatment

Medication Assisted Treatment is a long-term approach to treating individuals with substance use disorders that involves a combination of safe medications and weekly counseling. As the individual stabilizes and makes progress towards their recovery goals, the use of medication may decrease based on clinical and medical staff assessments.

Gambling Treatment Program

JBRC has started a new Gambling Treatment Program to assist individuals with problem and disordered gambling. All patients admitted into the program must also have a co-occurring substance use disorder diagnosis.

The program is being funded by a grant from the Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS). JBRC was one of only 10 organizations from around the state who were awarded this grant and the only organization in Atlantic County. The Gambling Treatment Program will offer the following services: One-on-one counseling, group counseling and psychoeducation counseling, and is available at all three of JBRC’s facilities.

Inmate Re‑entry Program

In partnership with the Atlantic County Justice Facility, JBRC provides on-site medication-assisted treatment, along with counseling and linkage to continued treatment upon release, and a comprehensive re-entry program provides assistance with housing, health insurance and case management.

All Roads Recovery also works in conjunction with Atlantic County jail’s post-incarceration. All Roads Recovery follows individuals out of the jail in order to help them navigate their next steps on the journey to recovery. The most important part of the discharge plan is to link individuals to services once they leave the jail. All Roads Recovery does just this and has become a refuge for returning citizens.

All Roads Recovery

Founded in 2019, All Roads Recovery is the community-based recovery arm of John Brooks Recovery Center. One day at a time, they help anyone struggling with substance use disorder navigate their next steps on their path to recovery.

There are many roads to recovery and everyone’s story is different. All Roads Recovery’s mission is to help anyone in recovery find a community and navigate their next steps through MAP – Mastery, Autonomy and Purpose. They believe that it is essential for people to develop mastery of skills, personal autonomy and to find their purpose and place in this world. Using JBRC’s continuum of care model, All Roads Recovery currently offers a wide variety of groups to meet the needs of every person who walks through their door, including Recovery Groups and one-on-one coaching with Certified Peer Recovery Specialists (CPRS). They also offer a calendar of social events, so that those in recovery can experience life together and have fun along the way. Additionally, All Roads Recovery works with JBRC in Atlantic County jails. They help the inmates navigate life after they are released and have become a refuge for returning citizens.

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We offer hope when it is needed the most.

Do not hesitate to call us today.

Main Outpatient
Recovery Center

660 East Black Horse Pike

Pleasantville, NJ 08232

Ext.6182, 6180, 6179

Atlantic City
Outpatient Center

1931 Bacharach Blvd.

Atlantic City, NJ 08201

Ext.6182, 6180, 6179

Mays Landing Residential Treatment Facility

1455 Pinewood Blvd.

Mays Landing, NJ 08330