SPIRITUAL MEETING 7pm-8pm (Starts Sunday 11/19/17)

A walk through the 12 steps.  Meeting is open to those suffering from addiction and their loved ones.  This meeting will be held weekly on Sunday evening.

RELAPSE PREVENTION MEETING Friday Evenings 7pm - 8 pm

The Relapse Prevention Meeting offers friendship, fellowship and support.  This is a CLOSED meeting (closed to all EXCEPT those in recovery).  It is held weekly on Friday evening. 

FAMILY MEETING (By Appointment)

Addiction is a family disease, one person may use but the entire family suffers.  We discuss what addiction is and how the families can begin their own recovery.  To schedule an evening appointment, please call/text 609-222-2189.

Volunteer opportunities


Help with all forms of transport involving "kids" to and from detox, treatment and any other transport that may be required.


Spending time with the individual waiting to get into treatment by taking to lunch, running errands, visiting in motel, etc.

Family Counseling:

Support and encouragement for families and loved ones suffering from addiction.  Families are encouraged to attend a weekly support group meeting for as long as they feel the need for one.

Recovery Counseling:

Weekly support with counseling for people in recovery.


Help with various fundraisers, publicity, set-up and clean-up for events.

Street Ministry:

Participate in teams interacting with people in the field to offer help and hope from HeroinKillsNJ in a loving, compassionate manner.


Reaching out to the public with various materials in public settings such as schools, train stations, expos, etc.

Spirtual Mentoring/Mentoring:

Building a relationship with a recovering individual, providing spiritual guidance, encouragement, compassion, accountability and friendship.

Letter Writing:

Write to individuals receiving treatment to provide love and support and a possible continued friendship after treatment.


Stay in contact with individuals in recovery by placing phone calls, arranging activities for alumni such as movies, outdoor activities, etc.


Scouting and updating treatment facilities and sober living houses, identifying centers that provide scholarships.

If you are interested in volunteering in any of the above mentioned areas, please contact us at or join us on the first Wednesday of each month for the HKNJ Monthly Volunteer meeting 7PM at Church Without Borders, 60 Branch Street, Medford NJ.