Serving Northern NJ, PA, NY for over 34 years. Call us today, (973) 927-6641

Hours of Operation

Monday – Friday
5:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Medication Hours

Monday – Friday
5:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Saturday
7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
Closed Sundays and most major holidays
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Our New Home

Welcome to our new, beautiful home at 273 East Main Street, Denville, NJ 07834

A well enjoyed visit by State Opioid Authority, Adam Bucon

Adam Bucon, the State Opioid Authority, Department of Human Services, Division of Mental Health & Addiction Services, honored us with his presence at MCAC just before Thanksgiving. Thank you, Adam. We all enjoyed your visit.

A Wonderful Thanksgiving and Christmas Gift

A wonderful Thanksgiving & Christmas gift from Senator Anthony Bucco & Assemblyman Anthony Bucco, Jr., who spent time with all of us, including the members of our MCAC Client Advocacy Committee, at Morris County Aftercare Center. Thank you for your unconditional support. You give us strength and courage to continue our mission: The wellness & recovery of our clients

Panel Discusses Criminal Justice Reform At East Orange Forum

Sharing with you a photo with Senator Cory Booker who was the keynote speaker last night, August 11, 2015, at the Criminal Justice Reform forum at the Christ Church in East Orange, NJ.  Senator Cory Booker, in partnership with The Coalition of Religious Leaders hosted the forum at the Christ Church in East Orange focusing on criminal justice, mass incarceration, race, faith, and the impact on our communities.. The venue was filled with people whose loved ones, friends, neighbors are affected by stigma, unfair treatment due to color, lack of housing, lack of job readiness training when they come out of jail or prison.
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February Commissioner Visit at MCAC

Assistant Commissioner Lynn Kovich has since resigned from her position and Ms. Valerie Mielke is our new Assistant Commissioner for DHS, DMHAS. Congratulations and we pray for your continued success in all you do. We are so honored that you came to visit with us as well and we look forward to welcoming you again in your new capacity as Assistant Commissioner.

February Commissioner Visit at MCAC

Lynn Kovich, Assistant Commissioner, Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS)
and Valerie Mielke, Assistant Director, honored Morris County Aftercare Center with their presence recently.  
The memory will be etched in the history of MCAC and in our hearts forever
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Here’s how to find us

We are conveniently located at 273 East Main St in Denville NJ 07834. We encourage you to get directions using Google Maps or call us if you have any questions.

Call (973) 927-6641

Let us be your journey to recovery and healing

We are here to serve to the best of our ability and are prepared to combat not only the physical addiction, but the underlying causes and conditions. We are dedicated to the journey of recovery and healing for the whole person, mind, body and spirit, and welcome those who are ready to embark on the same journey and live a life free of substance abuse.

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Ribbon Cutting Ceremony – Pictures

Ribbon cutting ceremony for our new home on June 15th, at 273 East Main St in Denville, NJ. A day that is enshrined in our hearts forever! Here are some pictures from the wonderful day!                               

Criminal Justice Reform event with Senator Cory Booker

Senator Cory Booker, keynote speaker, with Lorna Tangara, MCAC Executive Director, at the Criminal Justice Reform forum at the Christ Church in East Orange, NJ.  Senator Cory Booker, in partnership with The Coalition of Religious Leaders hosted the forum at the Christ Church in East Orange focusing on criminal justice, mass incarceration, race, faith, and the…

 

“Make the choice to save your own life.”

-M.S (MCAC Client)

 

Success Stories


 

Hello, my name is M.S. and I am a professor at a local college and a large state university. I have Bachelor of Arts degrees with High Honors in English and Political Science from a large state university. I have a Master of Arts degree in Literature from a more prestigious private university where I am “All But Dissertation” (basically I have to finish my dissertation) on a Ph.D. If you were to look at my life, on paper, and you were asked to put in it one of two piles — the “addict” pile, or the “normal” pile — you, probably without a second thought, would put it right in to the “normal” pile.

…and you would be wrong.

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M.S. Professor

anthony_s_350I have spent countless nights trying to figure a way I can scam enough money for my next high. With no thought of my family, friends, possessions or honesty my addiction took over my life. As I sat in a train overpass, freezing, looking around after losing my home, my kids and my will to live I knew I had to get help or die. After numerous failures to get clean, I was about to give up.

I gave one last attempt at life and called MCAC methadone clinic. My counselor was non judging and showed nothing but concern and faith in me which is something I hadn’t felt in a long time. I now live a clean, healthy life with m family. I am gaining my friends, possessions and trust back day by day.

My advice to anyone who is an addict is Don’t Give Up. It takes no time at all to destroy your life with drugs. But the joy I have is knowing everyday I wake up is another day clean. There is help out there for us, All of us.

– Anthony S.

Anthony S.