COVID-19 Resource Center

GUIDE • SUPPORT • RESPOND

Guiding Through Disruption

In order to improve care and support in the wake of this health crisis, NJPN has created this Resource Center as a guide to assist you with helpful resources for individuals, communities, statewide assistance and national policy changes.

 

This is a time of uncertainty and disruption, which will continue to evolve and change daily therefore; we will be adding new information and resources to this page to help you continue safe and effective practices. Please check back often.

Peer Resources

Finding a supportive community is essential to recovery. Resources on this page are comprised of virtual and on-line local, statewide and national meetings that support all forms of recovery.

Join Us on Confab!

An NJPN Exclusive Supportive Space for NJ's Peer Workforce

Last Tuesday of Every Month: 2:00PM – 3:00PM

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Who is the course for?


The Summer School is intended for individuals interested in nutrition and its health-applications and is also open to undergraduate students and other adult learners.




What are the requirements?


Whilst the course is open-access, a background in relevant biological sciences and/or health related disciplines is required for candidates to sit the final assessment and to receive a certificate of competence. However, those from other backgrounds will be eligible for a certificate of attendance but will not need to sit the final assessment. To ensure that all participants are able to enjoy as well as benefit from studying with us, you will need to be confident understanding and following arguments presented in written and spoken English at University level.




What will I learn throughout the course?


The course provides in depth exposure to Applied Human Nutrition including basic concepts in human nutrition; nutritional research methods; nutrition in healthcare and nutrition public health and policy. For a taste of what to expect, check out the previous years content at the bottom of the page.




Will I be assessed?


Candidates from healthcare and related backgrounds will additionally be able to undertake an assessment at the end of the course to gain a certificate of competence, accredited by professional bodies in the UK for the purposes of Continuing Professional Development. To date, dual accreditation has been provided by the Royal College of Physicians and the Royal Society of Biology in the UK, providing internationally recognised quality benchmarks. The assessment is optional and to undertake it the candidates need to submite their CV pior to the Summer School days, the option to send the CV and undertake the assessment will be given in communications with the participants.




What additional support and benefits can I get?


In addition to learn and network with an international community of peers and experts, the opportunity to be assessed and gain a certificate of competence, new International Academy of Nutrition Education (IANE) Members will receive a post-course 1:1 mentoring session. As a delegate of a NNEdPro event, you are entitled to a 20% discount on the cost of publishing your article in BMJ Nutrition, Prevention & Health. Those attending the NNEdPro Summer School will receive for free the registration for the NNEdPro Summit. This scientific meeting is a opportunity for candidates attending the NNEdPro Summer School to participate in directly relevant international conference proceedings immediately after completing their course.




Is there a discount for group reservations?


A discount of 10%, 12% and 15% will be applied for groups of over 3, 6 and 10 respectively. Please contact us to learn more.




What is your refund policy?


3. Refunds can only be issued for cancellation requests received up to seven days after the access to the material is given, this will be when the email confirmation with your access details to the NNEdPro Virtual Learning Environment is sent. If you cancel after that, no refunds can be issued. Substitute delegates are not accepted. Please note that any transaction fee incurred will be deducted from your refund. To request a refund, please contact us at summer2021@nnedpro.org.uk




Any more questions?


Please contact us at summer2021@nnedpro.org.uk or use the enquire button available on this page




What are the Terms & Conditions to attend the course?


1. The NNEdPro Summer School is for individuals interested in nutrition and its health applications and is also open to undergraduate students as well as adult learners. Whilst the course is open-access, a background in relevant biological sciences and/or health related disciplines is required for candidates to sit the final assessment and to receive a certificate of competence. However, those from other backgrounds will be eligible for a certificate of attendance but will not need to sit the final assessment. 2. To ensure that all participants are able to enjoy as well as benefit from studying with us, you will need to be confident understanding and following arguments presented in written and spoken English at University level. 3. Refunds can only be issued for cancellation requests received up to seven days after the access to the material is given, this will be when the email confirmation with your access details to the NNEdPro Virtual Learning Environment is sent. If you cancel after that, no refunds can be issued. Substitute delegates are not accepted. Please note that any transaction fee incurred will be deducted from your refund.To request a refund, please contact us at summer2021@nnedpro.org.uk




How much time should I set aside for this course?


The course consists of:

  • Around 40 hours of pre-recorded lectures divided into 4 modules (one per week), and whilst you can view them anytime, we recommend that you watch the lectures pertinent to that week before it starts, e.g. week 1 of the course will be about the first set of lectures ‘Core Concepts and Toolkits in Diet and Nutrition’, you can see the course overview here

  • You will be invited for a 1 hour mentoring session (time TBC) each week

  • You will be invited for a 1.5 hour 'meet the faculty' and Q&A session (typically 10.00 to 11.30am UK time) each week

  • The assignments (essay, critical appraisal and final test) should not take longer than 3 hours each to complete





 

Prevention Resources

Prevention resources are essential for agencies and professionals to continue providing services to their communities during COVID-19. Below are resources regarding hosting digital meetings, running digital campaigns, and toolkits. There are also resources about identifying and working with risk factors that will become more frequent in the following months.

Looking For Local Resources?

Across New Jersey, 17 substance abuse prevention coalitions have formed to address local community needs related to 4 key statewide priorities: Underage drinking, Illegal drug use/misuse, Prescription drug abuse, and New and emerging drugs. Learn more about your local coalition by clicking the link below.

Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery (CCAR)


WEBSITE




CCAR Cocoon Webinar Series


WEBINAR SERVICES LINK We invite you to join us for a Special Webinar. This series is free to attend, however there will be a charge for those who would like CEUs for attendance. Series with Art Woodard. Wednesday Afternoons
April 1, 8 and 15, 2020 at 4:00 pm (EST)




NAADAC Free Webinar Series


WEBSITE
NAADAC is happy to offer free addiction-specific education through its Free Webinar Series. The 2020 Free Webinar Series releases two live webinars per month, which are then captured and made available for future viewing in NAADAC's Free On-Demand Webinar Library.

NAADAC members can get free continuing education hours (CEs) for this webinar series. While viewing the education is free, non-members must pay to receive CEs. Click to learn which organizations and boards accept NAADAC CEs.




Update on CPRS Application


WEBSITE

  • Motion Passed: Immediately delay the requirement for the IC&RC Peer Recovery written exam until at least January 2021 for all CPRS applicants.
  • Should the regulations change prior to January 2021, the Board will make announcements on our home page.
  • This means that all CPRS applicants from October 1, 2019 on will not be required to take the IC&RC Peer Recovery exam. Completed applications, lacking the exam, will be sent late this week or next week when we expect the delayed (COVID Related) delivery of certificates to our office to be printed.





 
 

Clinical Resources

Clinical resources found on this page provide public information for safe and clinical practice guidelines during COVID-19.

NJ Medication-Assisted Treatment Centers of Excellence


MAT Provider Hotline: 866-221-2611 (Monday to Friday - 8am to 8pm) Northern COE: coe@njms.rutgers.edu Southern COE: southernnjcoe@rowan.edu The New Jersey Medication-Assisted Treatment Centers of Excellence recmmends that medication-assisted treatment (MAT) providers follow these best practices during the COVID-pandemic to maintain patient safety and continuity of care.




Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services


WEBSITE CMS Announces Relief for Clinicians, Providers, Hospitals and Facilities Participating in Quality Reporting Programs in Response to COVID-19.




US Department Health & Human Services / Health Information Privacy


WEBSITE Notification of Enforcement Discretion for telehealth remote communications during the COVID-19 nationwide public health emergency.




Telehealth Learning Series


WEBSITE Telehealth Learning & Discussion Series for SUD Tx and Recovery Support Providers from the ATTC Network & partners.




National Council for Behavioral Health


WEBSITE

Calling all medical directors – we are hosting a series of COVID-19 discussion calls to foster peer engagement, resource sharing and conversation around navigating the pandemic.

During this time of uncertainty, patients may be experiencing heightened emotional distress due to the effects of COVID-19 on their families and communities. How can you maximize your impact?

Designed with you in mind, our calls will connect you with like-minded peers and facilitate the exchange of tools, resources and information to help you, your organization and your patients navigate this challenging time.

Join us for our next call on Thursday, April 2, at 11 a.m. ET, to receive the latest updates on a variety of COVID-19 issues, while engaging colleagues in an interactive setting.

Our calls are presented by the National Council Medical Director Institute (MDI) and facilitated by Joe Parks, M.D., an MDI co-chair and the National Council’s vice president of practice improvement and medical director.




DEA and SAMHSA Buprenorphine and Telemedicine COVID-19 Guidance


PDF DOCUMENT In light of the coronavirus pandemic, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has partnered with SAMHSA to ensure authorized practitioners may admit and treat new patients with opioid use disorder (OUD) during the public health emergency.





NJ Community Resources

Community resources are essential during a time of need.  Following are resources that individuals can seek assistance with housing, utility support, domestic violence, financial aid, food pantries, toolkits, fact sheets and other resources covering a variety of topics that will provide support during COVID-19.

NJ’s Drug Monitoring Initiative (DMI) COVID-19 Resource Guide

In response to the pandemic, NJ's DMI is providing a downloadable "New Jersey Resource Guide" including a comprehensive directory and information to relevant resources for a variety of topics. The Guide is available to download in two different file formats in English and Spanish.

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Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery (CCAR)


WEBSITE




CCAR Cocoon Webinar Series


WEBINAR SERVICES LINK We invite you to join us for a Special Webinar. This series is free to attend, however there will be a charge for those who would like CEUs for attendance. Series with Art Woodard. Wednesday Afternoons
April 1, 8 and 15, 2020 at 4:00 pm (EST)




NAADAC Free Webinar Series


WEBSITE
NAADAC is happy to offer free addiction-specific education through its Free Webinar Series. The 2020 Free Webinar Series releases two live webinars per month, which are then captured and made available for future viewing in NAADAC's Free On-Demand Webinar Library.

NAADAC members can get free continuing education hours (CEs) for this webinar series. While viewing the education is free, non-members must pay to receive CEs. Click to learn which organizations and boards accept NAADAC CEs.




Update on CPRS Application


WEBSITE

  • Motion Passed: Immediately delay the requirement for the IC&RC Peer Recovery written exam until at least January 2021 for all CPRS applicants.
  • Should the regulations change prior to January 2021, the Board will make announcements on our home page.
  • This means that all CPRS applicants from October 1, 2019 on will not be required to take the IC&RC Peer Recovery exam. Completed applications, lacking the exam, will be sent late this week or next week when we expect the delayed (COVID Related) delivery of certificates to our office to be printed.





 

National Resources

The national resource directory provides information and links to many nationally vetted resources pertaining to addiction, recovery, mental health, and healthcare such as Medicare and Medicaid services.

My Recovery Link


WEBSITE Helps to facilitate all recovery meetings available to anyone in or seeking recovery from substance use and mental health disorders, as well as any other quality of life concerns in digital meetings that feel like you're together in person. Live Videos, All Recovery Meetings, Peer Support, Physical Activities




Alcoholics Anonymous


WEBSITE Alcoholics Anonymous Online Meeting Intergroup Directory




Cocaine Anonymous


WEBSITE Cocaine Anonymous Online Meeting Directory




A Global Recovery Community


WEBSITE In The Rooms — Global online community with over 500,000 members who share their strength and experience with one another daily. Through live meetings, discussion groups, and all the other tools.




Life Ring


WEBSITE LifeRing – An organization of people who share practical experiences and sobriety support based on the idea that there are many ways to live free of drugs and alcohol as there are stories of successful sober people.




Narcotics Anonymous


WEBSITE Narcotics Anonymous Online Meeting Directory




Refugee Recovery


WEBSITE Grounded in the belief that Buddhist principles and practices create a strong foundation for a path to freedom from addiction.




Smart Recovery


WEBSITE A global community of mutual-support groups offering online support and forums including a chat room and message board.




Sober Grid


WEBSITE Platform to help anyone get sober and stay sober. Some join to get support, others to give it. Each free download, post, and connection create an opportunity to stay sober while helping others do the same. Download theApp via Google Play, iTunes Store.




Weconnect and Unity Recovery


WEBSITE Online recovery support groups open to anyone who is dealing with substance use, mental health concerns, disordered eating, as well as any other quality of life concerns. Everyone is welcome no matter pathway to recovery or recovery status. Meetings are available daily.




NJ Coalition for Addiction Recovery Support


WEBSITE Weekly support meetings will also be availabkle with a focus on support and resource sharing for recovery support providers.




Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery CCAR


WEBSITE Facebook updates on trainings, telephone recovery support services and more.




The Phoenix: A Sober Active Community


WEBSITE Recovery Community Organization offering live stream Crossfit, Yoga and Meditation daily every two hours through the COVID Crisis.




Community in Crisis (NJ)


WEBSITE A virtual online hub for peer recovery support and various workshops.




Consumer Connections/Mental Health Association (NJ)


WEBSITE For ALL peer support practitioners and peer recovery specialists — Twice weekly virtual support group. Registration info is available at the link above OR by emailing: consumerconnections@mhanj.org.




Hope Sheds Light (NJ)


24/7 available support hotline 855-850-HOPE For anyone in need of immediate support, please know that Hope Sheds Light will continue to offer 24/7 Talk, Text and Chat on our helpline 855-850-HOPE.




Living Proof Recovery Center (NJ)


Telephone Support 856-216-7134 Living Proof Recovery Center will be offering telephone support beginning March 24, 2020. Telephone support will be available Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 12pm-7pm.




Prevention Is Key/CARES


Telephone Peer Recovery Support will be available 24/7 (973) 625-1143 Virtual Support Meetings Schedule CARES Recovery Center remains a click away. They have created a full schedule of Recovery Center virtual programming throughout the week on Zoom web conferencing platform.




Prevention Links (NJ)


EMAIL selefante@preventionlinks.org EMAIL ssabater@preventionlinks.org The Helping Hands 365 Hotline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 855-825-3275 Zoom meeting dates/times. To get in touch with Recovery Support Services during this time, you can contact us through Facebook,




12 Step


WEBSITE The meetings for 12 step groups originally took place (and still do) in physical buildings like churches, hospitals, schools, mission houses or any place that freely allow such meetings. Over the years, with improving technology and especially with the advent of the internet, the meeting venues have expanded to also include online meetings or tele-meetings (meetings on a shared phone line). The online meetings may take place using different means of communications like text-only chat, voice or video (e.g., Skype).




Online Meetings


WEBSITE Like in person meetings, online meetings are headed by a chairperson who works to keep the meeting running smoothly. A topic is introduced and others take turns sharing on the topic. At some meetings, the chairperson will also present the opening and closing statements by copy-pasting text files. Meetings last approximately one hour. Online meetings, unlike online chat, introduce a topic and allow only one person at a time to share (or type their comments). Using “voice chat” participants can actually hear each other share on the meeting topics. With the use of a microphone and speakers, participants can talk and listen to others in the room. Those who do not have microphones can share by typing their messages on the screen.




Recorded Speakers Mutual Aid Meetings


WEBSITE




Sex Addicts Anonymous


WEBSITE They offer phone and virtual meetings nationwide.




Connect with Parent Specialists


1-855-DRUGFREE M-F 9a-12am ET Weekends 12p-5pET Parent to parent peer support.




RWJ Barnabas Health All Recovery Meetings


All Recovery Meetings Via Zoom Mondays

  • 12pm-1pm ET — https://zoom.us/j/563540664
    Meeting ID: 563 540 664
    One tap mobile: +19292056099,, 563540664# US (New York)
  • 7pm-8pm ET— https://zoom.us/j/752228102
    Meeting ID: 752 228 102
    One tap mobile: +19292056099,,752228102#
Tuesdays
  • 12pm-1pm ET — https://zoom.us/j/115612901
    Meeting ID: 115 612 901
    One tap mobile: +19292056099,,115612901#
  • 6pm-7:30pm ET — https://zoom.us/j/708276700
    Meeting ID: 708 276 700
    One tap mobile: +19292056099,,708276700#
Wednesdays
  • 12pm-1pm ET https://zoom.us/j/804406743
    Meeting ID: 804 406 743
    One tap mobile: +19292056099,,804406743#
  • 7:45pm-8:45pm ET https://zoom.us/j/173540126
    Meeting ID: 173 540 126
    One tap mobile: +19292056099,,173540126#
Thursdays
  • 3pm-4pm ET https://zoom.us/j/770326034
    Meeting ID: 770 326 034
    One tap mobile: +19292056099,, 770326034#
  • 6pm-7:30pm ET https://zoom.us/j/498549489
    Meeting ID: 498 549 489
    One tap mobile: +19292056099,,498549489#
Fridays
  • 12pm-1pm ET https://zoom.us/j/722363460
    Meeting ID: 722 363 460
    One tap mobile: +19292056099,,722363460#
  • 7:30pm-8:30pm ET https://zoom.us/j/103816928
    Meeting ID: 103 816 928
    One tap mobile: +19292056099,,103816928#




Online LGBTQ 12 Step Recovery Meetings


ONLINE MEETING LIST




Partnership For Drug Free Kids


WEBSITE Online Support Community for Parents & Caregivers.




NJ Al-Anon and Alateen


WEBSITE All Al-Anon Family Group meetings welcome anyone who believes his/her life has been affected by someone else’s drinking, either today or in the past.




Overeaters Anonymous NJ


WEBSITE Online Meetings Available for Overeaters Anonymous (OA) is a community of people who support each other in order to recover from compulsive eating and food behaviors. We welcome everyone who feels they have a problem with food.




Northern NJ Virtual AA Groups


SPREADSHEET Spreadsheet of virtual AA Meetings by day, time, Meeting Name, leader, etc.. Provides links to calendar and virtual platform.




Families Anonymous


WEBSITE Offers online meetings for 12-Step fellowship for the families and friends.




Marijuana Anonymous


WEBSITE Virtual online meetings.




New Jersey National Alliance on Mental Illness


WEBSITE Offers online virtual support groups.




NJCR and MHA


Zoom Meeting ID # 365-930-824 Virtual Call In # 1 646 558 8656 Mondays and Thursday 630p-730p Weekly Virtual Family Support Groups — open to anyone with a family member, friend or loved one who is in recovery or struggling with a substance use disorder.




NJ Connect for Recovery Helpline for Family and Friends


1-855-652-3737​​​​​​​




Wellbriety Online Meetings


Zoom Meeting ID 548-538-0164 PW: 488-123 Mon-Fri 11am PT, 12pm PT, 1pm PT, 2pm PT Native American Wellbriety 12 step meetings! During this meeting, you will have the opportunity to listen to others from around the world and share your experience, strength and hope. This unique meeting is held online at zoom.us.




NJ Peer Recovery


WEBSITE 1-833-422-2765 Telephone Peer Support Right from the comfort of your own home — 7 days a week 8a-10p




John Brooks Recovery Center


FACEBOOK Facebook.com/AllroadsRCC ZOOM https://zoom.us/j/2659470199 EMAIL Peer.support@jbrcnj.org For questions or to schedule a 1-on-1 session with a recovery coach, please email Peer.support@jbrcnj.org.




Children's Aid and Family Services


WEBSITE Free virtual recovery support programs for residents of Bergen County.




Confab — A Supportive Space for NJ's Peer Workforce (NJPN)


ZOOM MEETING LINK Learn More About Confab! Come Join The Confab Hosted by The New Jersey Prevention Network (NJPN) on the ZOOM platform!  This is an exclusive supportive space for all NJ Peer Workers. All are welcome no matter your pathway to recovery. Zoom Meeting Schedule:

  • Last Tuesday of Every Month, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Here's What's Expected:
  • Attending from a laptop maximizes the Zoom operability but you can also join via a smart phone. Video is optional.
  • If you wish to remain anonymous you may do so by calling in verses using video capabilities.
  • Audio can be muted and you are not required to share. Text chat option is also available.
  • Please be respectful of all participants just as you would in any other meeting or recovery space—we're all in this together!
Facilitated by: Jenna Reidy, NCPRSS, Peer Workforce Development Trainer




Recovery Dharma Online


WEBSITE Healing from Addiction with Buddhist Practice.




Adult Children of Alcoholics


WEBSITE Adult Children of Alcoholics online support meetings.




CoDependance Anonymous


WEBSITE CoDependance Anonymous provides meetings online or by phone both nationally and internationally.




Council on Complusive Gambling of NJ


WEBSITE This service provides 24 hour information to help complusive gamblers and self help groups.




Safe Project — Virtual Collegiate All-Recovery Meetings


For Information: https://www.safeproject.us/article/announcing-virtual-collegiate-recovery-meetings/ Collegiate All-Recovery Meetings: https://zoom.us/j/328951750 In an effort to support students in recovery during the impact of COVID-19, SAFE Campuses Collegiate Recovery Leadership Academy students will be leading virtual Collegiate All-Recovery meetings three times a week starting on Monday, March 16th. Participation is open to all students and alumni in recovery.




Safe Project — Veterans Virtual All-Recovery Meetings


For Information: https://www.safeproject.us/article/announcing-veterans-all-recovery-meetings/ Use This Link to Access Each of the Upcoming Meetings: https://zoom.us/j/4696059639 In an effort to support veterans in recovery during the impact of COVID-19, our SAFE Veterans team will lead virtual Veterans Recovery meetings once a week on Thursdays starting April 2nd. The meetings will start at 6:00 pm EST. Participation is open to all veterans, service members, and military family members in recovery.





 

Policies

Learn about the most up to date strategies and specific policies in addition to the Centers for Disease Control and World Health Organization recommendations to preventing the spread of COVID-19.

Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery (CCAR)


WEBSITE




CCAR Cocoon Webinar Series


WEBINAR SERVICES LINK We invite you to join us for a Special Webinar. This series is free to attend, however there will be a charge for those who would like CEUs for attendance. Series with Art Woodard. Wednesday Afternoons
April 1, 8 and 15, 2020 at 4:00 pm (EST)




NAADAC Free Webinar Series


WEBSITE
NAADAC is happy to offer free addiction-specific education through its Free Webinar Series. The 2020 Free Webinar Series releases two live webinars per month, which are then captured and made available for future viewing in NAADAC's Free On-Demand Webinar Library.

NAADAC members can get free continuing education hours (CEs) for this webinar series. While viewing the education is free, non-members must pay to receive CEs. Click to learn which organizations and boards accept NAADAC CEs.




Update on CPRS Application


WEBSITE

  • Motion Passed: Immediately delay the requirement for the IC&RC Peer Recovery written exam until at least January 2021 for all CPRS applicants.
  • Should the regulations change prior to January 2021, the Board will make announcements on our home page.
  • This means that all CPRS applicants from October 1, 2019 on will not be required to take the IC&RC Peer Recovery exam. Completed applications, lacking the exam, will be sent late this week or next week when we expect the delayed (COVID Related) delivery of certificates to our office to be printed.





 

Training Updates

Staying current and informed on best practices during COVID is essential to the quality of care. Following are links to nationally recognized organizations that will provide you with the most up to date information and education through webinars, virtual and online trainings. Many of these trainings are at no cost.

Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery (CCAR)


WEBSITE




CCAR Cocoon Webinar Series


WEBINAR SERVICES LINK We invite you to join us for a Special Webinar. This series is free to attend, however there will be a charge for those who would like CEUs for attendance. Series with Art Woodard. Wednesday Afternoons
April 1, 8 and 15, 2020 at 4:00 pm (EST)




NAADAC Free Webinar Series


WEBSITE
NAADAC is happy to offer free addiction-specific education through its Free Webinar Series. The 2020 Free Webinar Series releases two live webinars per month, which are then captured and made available for future viewing in NAADAC's Free On-Demand Webinar Library.

NAADAC members can get free continuing education hours (CEs) for this webinar series. While viewing the education is free, non-members must pay to receive CEs. Click to learn which organizations and boards accept NAADAC CEs.




Update on CPRS Application


WEBSITE

  • Motion Passed: Immediately delay the requirement for the IC&RC Peer Recovery written exam until at least January 2021 for all CPRS applicants.
  • Should the regulations change prior to January 2021, the Board will make announcements on our home page.
  • This means that all CPRS applicants from October 1, 2019 on will not be required to take the IC&RC Peer Recovery exam. Completed applications, lacking the exam, will be sent late this week or next week when we expect the delayed (COVID Related) delivery of certificates to our office to be printed.





Check back soon for updates and more resources.

 
 
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