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AARP Livingston Chapter #3663
Marlene Reiter - Chapter Membership
Phone: 973-887-1285
The Livingston Chapter (Number 3663) of AARP is open to residents who are age 50 and over. The chapter engages in community service activities and-- through programs and fellowship -- works to prolong and improve the well-being of retired persons. Monthly meetings are held at the LSCC at 1 p.m. on the first Friday of the month, and guests are welcome
Addiction Group
Livingston, NJ 07039
Link: Addiction Group
Addiction Group is an informational web guide created for people struggling with substance use disorders (SUD), alcohol use disorders (AUD), and co-occurring mental health disorders. Our team of journalists, researchers, doctors, and medical professionals helps people find the right treatment for their individual needs and unique situations.
Addiction Recovery - Alcohol Abuse
Link: Addiction Recovery - Alcohol Abuse Website
 
AddictionResource.net
Phone: 844-616-3400
Link: Addiction Resource Website
Addiction Resource offers information, resources, and help finding rehab facilities.
Addictions Hotline of New Jersey
Phone: 800-238-2333
A first stop for addiction resource information in New Jersey.
Administration on Aging (AOA)
Link: Administration on Aging (AOA) Website
 
Alcohol Rehab Help
Livingston, NJ 07039
Link: Visit Alcohol Rehab Help online
Information and resources relating to alcohol addiction, and guide to rehabilitation and treatment resources.
All Treatment Addiction Treatment
Livingston, NJ 07039
Link: Visit All Treatment NJ
All Treatment offers free information, resources and guides to help individuals and their families who are dealing with addictions.
Blue Star - Registration Program with LPD
Link: Blue Star Forms (PDF)
Blue Star is an assistance program allowing senior citizens or handicapped persons living alone to register their information with the Police Department. In addition, a house key is kept in a secure location at Police Headquarters (and also with the individual’s neighbor, if desired) so that access can be quickly gained to the person’s residence when needed in an emergency.
Bright Focus Foundation
Link: Bright Focus Foundation
Bright Focus Foundation provides information and resources relating to brain and eye diseases: Alzheimer's and Dementia, Macular Degeneration, and Glaucoma.
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