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The Bergen County Prevention Coalition (BCPC) and Garfield Prevention Coalition (GPC) are a collaboration of individuals and organizations that are committed to, and passionate about reducing the rates of alcohol and drug use among youth and young adults in Bergen County.

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INCORRUPTIBLE.US is a prevention and cessation program implemented in all 21 counties in New Jersey, with funding from New Jersey Prevention Network and New Jersey Department of Health, Office of Tobacco Free, Nutrition and Fitness.

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Affirmation of the week:

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Bergen County’s Prevention Hub

The Bergen County Prevention Hub is an initiative of The Center for Alcohol and Drug Resources which is a program of Children’s Aid and Family Services. Bergen County’s Prevention Hub was created in collaboration with The New Jersey Prevention Network (NJPN) to support the members of our community by providing a direct link to evidence based support services and educational programs.

If you need resource assistance after 4:30pm and it is not a 911 emergency, we recommend accessing the following website:

NowPow is a great website to find several services near you.

In the event that an individual is in need of a 24/7 hotline for addiction support please contact 201-589-2976.





This social media campaign, “#KnowTheFacts" was created by teens for teens and educates about New Jersey's recreational marijuana law. Download the campaign

March 2022 Cannabis Update

The legislative overview of the legalization of cannabis is that as of February 22nd, 2021 three bills were signed to law which

March 2022 Cannabis Update

Bergen County Prevention Coalition PSA

Watch the Bergen County Prevention Coalition PSA entitled The voices of Addiction of Bergen County. The video tells the stories of three people who live in Bergen County, New Jersey; a mom whose 21 year-old daughter passed away after overdosing on heroin, a young man incarcerated in the Bergen County jail who was a high school track star and began using painkillers when he broke his arm in several places, and a young woman who began using heroin when she was 17 and is now in a recovery program. Their stories began similarly – drinking alcohol and smoking marijuana were fun things to do and not a big deal or anything that was of great concern. The link between early use and the use of pills and heroin are what followed with each story’s outcome different from the other; with death, incarceration, and recovery.


We welcome you to contact us for any type of services that you may need. We do our absolute best to deliver adequate resources to those who seek them. Please, do not hesitate to contact us using the text box below or through our direct warmline (201) 225-8848