BORDENTOWN CITY, NJ -- The Burlington County Sheriff's Office is taking its mobile addiction service to Bordentown City today.

The HOPE One Mobile Access Unit, which offers critical support to individuals and families struggling with addiction, will be at the Bordentown City Riverline platform on Park Street on Tuesday, February 23 from 10am to 2pm.

The goal of HOPE One is to prevent drug overdoses and deaths while providing linkages to treatment and recovery services. The mobile unit also has information on community providers and mental health services, on-site photo ID services, rapid HIV and Hepatitis-C testing, free Narcan kits with training, toiletry kits, and resources for families struggling to help loved ones suffering from addiction.

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The HOPE One unit makes frequent stops throughout Burlington County in order to reach as many residents as possible. 

For more information on the program, as well as the other services the Sheriff's Office offers, click HERE

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