New Foundation Recovery House
The New Foundation Recovery House is a half-way house located in Freehold, NJ (Bruce Springstein’s home-town). It is owned and run by two men in long-term recovery. The facility is great, and the owners help clients find work in Freehold (or go to school at the nearby community college). It costs an extremely reasonable $275 a week.
Anderson House is a women’s half-way house located in Flemington, NJ. They have a strong staff and strict rules. The house was donated by Stanley and Nancy Baron and was named for Betty Anderson, a therapist who helped many people in Hunterdon County get sober during the second half of the 20th century.