Hope One

Hope One

Our mobile recovery access vehicle offers critical support for persons struggling with addiction, with the goals of preventing drug overdoses and deaths, as well as mental health services.

HOPE ONE travels four times a week to locations throughout Morris County, bringing services to persons in need. A Sheriff’s officer, licensed mental health professional, and a certified peer recovery specialist – who understand the needs of those suffering with addiction — staff the vehicle. They help people access services and Narcan training.


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About Us

Hope One Group Picture

The Sheriff’s Community Services Unit operates HOPE ONE in partnership with the Morris County Department of Human Services, the Mental Health Association of Morris County, and Morris County Prevention is Key and their Center for Addiction Recovery Education and Success (CARES).

Our staff is able to provide clients immediate access to services and treatment facilities, putting them on the road to recovery and wellness.

NARCAN kit In addition, Narcan training and kits are provided to family members and friends of those suffering with opiate addiction.

In its previous life, the HOPE ONE vehicle had been utilized in police tactical operations. Now, all law enforcement logos and lights are gone.

The exterior is decorated with a purple ribbon to signify recovery. “HOPE ONE” is inscribed within the purple ribbon, along with the Morris County “Stigma Free” logo. A 24 hour contact number for Morris County CARES also is on the vehicle

This new approach delivers help in a unique way, blending law enforcement and social services to bring HOPE into communities.

To allow for more interaction and the ability to connect with individuals suffering from addiction, the HOPE ONE mobile recovery access center travels to different communities within Morris County.

The vehicle parks and sets up refreshments in an effort to encourage those in need of services to approach the vehicle.

Providing a comfortable, stigma free setting has allowed this program to effectively make contact with and provide services to individuals who have had difficulty navigating the journey of accessing appropriate services in the past.



Help is just a phone call away. Please see the below resources available:

  • CARES – 24/7 number for addiction services, recovery support or Narcan kits: 973.625.1143
  • Mental Health Association: 973-334-3496
    • Peer-to-peer support line, 5pm-10pm: 1-877-760-4987
  • Housing Assistance: 2-1-1
  • Hope One Coordinator: 973-590-0300

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