CFPC is licensed by the NJ Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services. We provide outpatient and intensive outpatient counseling, early intervention, relapse prevention, substance abuse and mental health counseling, substance abuse evaluations, adolescent counseling, counseling for co-occurring disorders, and couples and family counseling. CFPC’s substance abuse assessments meet school, employment and court mandates. CFPC offers a sliding scale and several grant-funded programs. For more information, call 973-383-4787 or email Intake Coordinator.
Family counseling is available and includes all family members. Grant funding may be available. For more information about this program, call CFPC
at 973-383-4787 or email Intake Coordinator.
IDRC Education and Screening Weekend Program
Through a contract with the Sussex County Intoxicated Drivers Resource Center (IDRC), three counselors facilitate a weekend program once each month for people mandated to receive 12 hours of education as a result of receiving a DUI. For more information, call 973-383-4787 or email Intake Coordinator.
Intensive Out-Patient Counseling for Adults
This level of substance abuse treatment, when available, includes a minimum of three 3-hour group counseling sessions per week, plus individual counseling as needed. Please call CFPC to see if this level of care is currently available. Contact CFPC at 973-383-4787 or email Intake Coordinator.
(click here to access Intensive Outpatient brochure);
(click here to access Intensive Outpatient Family Group brochure)
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Enhancement Therapy,
Motivational Interviewing, 12-Step Facilitation Therapy
CFPC offers a variety of counseling and therapy treatments for teens and adults to address a variety of behavioral health issues. For more information call CFPC at 973-383-4787 or email Intake Coordinator.
Utilizing Century Anger Management, adolescents and adults are assisted in gaining the skills necessary to appropriately manage anger and deal with stress. For more information call CFPC at 973-383-4787 or email Intake Coordinator.
Aimed at reaching “at risk” adolescents, the program provides assessments (including urine screens) to rule out or indicate substance abuse as a factor in behavioral problems. Referrals can be made by schools, courts, parents, physicians or other social service providers. Counseling and focused substance abuse education for teens is provided. An innovative, three-session early intervention program is also available. Call for a fee schedule. Grant funding may be available. For more information,
call 973-383-4787 or email Intake Coordinator.
Skills for Adolescents
This program provides essential ife skills education for children and adolescents. Funding is available through a variety of sources. Youth between the ages of 7 and 21 are served through this program. Funding may be available. For more
information call 973-383-4787 or or email Intake Coordinator.