We are pleased to announce that Stop the Heroin Recovery Homes has been licensed by the State of New Jersey, Department of Community Affairs as a "Cooperative Sober Living Residence"!

Recovery Is a Journey

You don't have to complete it alone

Drug abuse isn't something that you can quit overnight. It takes the highest levels of strength and restraint over a long period of time. If you've completed or are currently enrolled in a drug addiction rehabilitation program, working with Stop The Heroin may be your next step. We are an organization that provides recovery house scholarships and facilitates four recovery houses in Atlantic County and across the country.

A sober house can be a safe haven

Once you've left treatment, it can be hard to get back on your feet. Many people have already burned too many bridges to find support from their friends and families. You may feel completely alone and with nowhere to turn. This could allow you to fall back into the same dangerous habits and social circles. At Stop The Heroin, we hope to prevent that by providing money for sober housing.

We know this is an especially difficult time for everyone. Please feel free to reach out if you need any guidance or assistance.
We hope everyone is staying safe and healthy!

Our memorial walk has been POSTPONED!

Our memorial walk has been POSTPONED!

Please be on the lookout for a new date coming soon!

Our Mission Statement

Our mission is to facilitate a transition into a sober living facility for recovering individuals.
Plus, we aim to promote education and awareness of the addiction epidemic through community interaction and events.

Through our program, we hope to:

Raise money to help people get into recovery homes across the country
Provide our own recovery houses to help former addicts get back on their feet
Encourage former addicts to get sponsors, join programs and get jobs

Learn how you can help now by calling 609-892-4582.

Give yourself the best possible odds

A John Hopkins study revealed that 90% of addicts across the country eventually relapse. Meanwhile, out of those who used recovery homes, 50% of them stay clean after six months. In our almost 5 years since establishment, we've opened six recovery homes and funded the entry of recovery addicts into hundreds of homes across the country.

Donate to Stop The Heroin today to help recovering addicts find support.