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Atlantic Health System and Hackettstown Medical Center Gives Grant to Substance Abuse Advocacy Group

Author: Asma Ali

WASHINGTON, NJ (Warren County) – A local non-profit organization that helps combat substance abuse has received a $30,000 grant to aid in their fight to help individuals struggling with their addiction.

Debi Natale and Helen Carey, two co-directors of Parent to Parent Addiction Services, have been awarded a grant from Atlantic Health System and the Hackettstown Medical Center.

Parent to Parent says the grant will be used to help provide continuous programs and services for patients. 

“We are so thankful for this donation. This will go a long way in helping people get the services they need,” said Natale. 

Parent to Parent is a non-profit organization that offers free services to anyone suffering from substance use disorder and may need help. They offer detox, rehabilitation, and transportation services, as well as, a sober living program. 

“As we are a volunteer organization, this donation truly makes a difference. We truly appreciate Hackettstown Medical Center and Atlantic Health System for all they do for our community,” said Carey.

Support groups are offered every first Monday of the month. To contact or reach Parent to Parent, call (908) 223-1951 or email

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