RECOVERY IS JUST ONE STOP AWAY
Hope One Locations
The Hope One Van of Cape May County travels throughout the county to help educate the community and bring addiction services to those who are in need of such services. With the collaboration of local agencies and the Cape May County Prosecutor's Office, Hope One is able to provide the community with accurate and informative information about substance abuse, offer life-saving training such as NARCAN, and help provide those in need of treatment receive immediate access to services and treatment facilities.
Currently, there are nine counties throughout New Jersey that have a Hope One or similar initiative. Please use the interactive map to learn more about their Hope One initiatives.
RECOVERY IS ALWAYS POSSIBLE
Hope One Striper Fish tournament has been canceled due to COVID-19. We look forward to possibly hosting it in the spring of 2021. We thank all those who have donated and sponsored the event. We will be processing refunds in the upcoming weeks.
Due to the current COVID-19 crisis, the Hope One Van location visits have been suspended. Our 24-hour phone is active and accepting calls for those seeking treatment assistance.
For all other assistance, please use our contact form below.
The Hope One Van brings addiction services, resources, and education to those in need. Hope One is able to provide clients with immediate access to services and treatment facilities, quickly placing them on the road to recovery and wellness prior to having contact with the criminal justice system and even avoiding an overdose, which oftentimes sadly results in death.
The Hope One Van offers an abundance of resources on addiction and general community resources that are available.
A general resource page has been compiled to assist individuals and the community in locating services at any time. Unable to locate a service? Please submit an email.
Hope One provides Naloxone (referred to as Narcan) training is administered on-site, and kits are provided to family members and friends of those suffering from opioid addiction upon completion of the training. In addition, HIV screening will also be available to all those who are interested.
All services and trainings are provided for FREE.