Find a Path

to Your Purpose

The ship’s wheel is a symbol of finding your path regardless of troubled waters. Like the compass, it is a symbol of always finding your way. …Here at Achieve our goal is to help you find your way in a safe and comfortable environment. Our team of clinicians and staff are dedicated to providing the highest quality care to those suffering with substance abuse disorder and alcoholism. Our goal is to build a strong foundation to a lifetime of sobriety.

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Partial Care


Partial Care is commonly the first stage of clinical treatment and the most intensive level of care we offer at Achieve. We offer an intensive, individualized care. We believe in unique plans of care designed to fit your specific needs. Our case management team will work with you to either build a life and find employment or reintegrate you back to your job and family. Our partial program is designed to lay the framework to a sturdy foundation of recovery. We believe the family component is a very important part of that framework. Our family program addresses the family dynamic Our goal is to offer structured programming, including a minimum of 24 hours of clinical treatment per week. We aim to provide a healthy and safe environment for you to begin your journey.


Intensive Outpatient


Our intensive outpatient program was designed to incorporate recovery with daily life. Our aim at achieve is to offer the support of therapy while maintaining your responsibilities at home and at work. Our IOP schedule was designed to be flexible for those who have obligations outside of our program. We work with you to develop a schedule and recovery plan that best suits your needs. The clinical components of the iop program are broken down into two parts individual therapy which is designed to focus on some of the more personal aspects of recovery such as trauma, self-image, self-esteem, family dynamics and co-occuring disorders. The second component is group therapy which is designed to address social and life skills development, while maintaining the accountability vital to long term recovery.




Our OP program will accommodate you living at home or in a sober living while still being treated for substance abuse disorder or alcholism. You will still have a chance to attend some of the same groups you would attend in our intensive outpatient or partial care programs but it will be once or twice a week. You will come in for your scheduled groups usually 3 hours a day. You will be supported by our clinical team while at the facility but will not be under 24-hour supervision. We believe maintain some support network through therapy is vital part of recovery. Our outpatient program will help you stay connected!


Welcome to Achieve Wellness & Recovery

3 Key Components of Service


Megan developed a passion for helping other’s beginning from a young age. She began her career working in substance use treatment at an inpatient setting where she found her calling for helping the young adult population. Megan has a Master of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Monmouth University with a specialty in Addiction Studies. She is currently a Licensed Associate Counselor and is awaiting her credentialing to become a Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor. Megan has a history working in the mental health and addiction field utilizing CBT and MI approaches within her clinical practices. Megan strongly believes that with motivation and dedication, the impossible can be made possible.

“You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.”
– Wayne Gretsky

Nicholas was raised in Marlboro, NJ. He attended Brookdale Community College studying business administration. Nicholas struggled with addiction since he entered high school. Unfortunately, nothing mattered besides feeding his addiction. After losing everything and going to treatment Nick was introduced to 12 step fellowship. Through working the steps he built a relationship with God and other men in long term sobriety. He cherishes these relationships everyday. Sobriety did not come easy and that is what motivated him to work in this field. He has worked in the substance field for many years. His job here is to educate and raise awareness on addiction in the community, build relationships with quality treatment providers, and help families navigate through the process of helping their loved ones who are struggling. Today Nicholas can show up as a son, a brother, an uncle, and a friend.

Todd was born and raised in Belleville, NJ graduating with a bachelor’s degree from Montclair State University in 2006. Having almost a decade of experience in the addiction treatment field; Todd began his career working as a residential manager followed by various positions including a medical liaison, operations supervisor, certified peer recovery support specialist and clinical outreach coordinator. After a lifetime of experience with alcoholism and addiction, his passion for helping people and families who are struggling has become his life’s work.

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