Our state licensed addiction recovery center provides alcohol and drug treatment that they customized to best suit each individual’s preferences, history of addiction, and dual-diagnosis needs. Situated in Hamilton Township, New Jersey, our rehabilitation facility is conveniently located within the New York metropolitan area, as well as directly on the borders of the Philadelphia metropolitan area.

Hamilton Township Outpatient Program

At our recovery center, individuals wanting to overcome drug or alcohol abuse can address their addiction and trauma in a supportive environment. Plus, we offer flexible rehabilitation programs so participants can balance treatment with outside responsibilities.


Led by a team of Masters and Doctoral level clinicians, Footprints to Recovery provides a variety of rehabilitation programs to best meet each participants’ unique needs. In addition to offering partial care, intensive outpatient (IOP) and outpatient (OP) programs, our Hamilton Township-based treatment center arranges for medical detox and sober living options. Drug and alcohol recovery is not one-size-fits all, so we work with our program participants to determine the right schedule and treatment types.

One-on-One Counseling

One-on-One Counseling

Customized Treatment

Customized Treatment

Licensed Staff

Licensed Staff

Group Therapy

Group Therapy

Peer Support

Peer Support

Flexible Hours

Flexible Hours

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Meet David Szarka
MA, LCADC – Executive Director New Jersey


  • Addiction Rehab for Young Adults
  • Addiction Rehab for Adults
  • Co-Occuring Disorders (Dual Diagnosis)
  • Individualized Treatment Planning
  • Chronic Pain & Painkiller Addiction Treatment
  • Vocational Services
  • Relapse Treatment
  • Continuing Care Planning
  • Alumni Network

New Jersey Location Features & Services:

  • Psychological Services
  • Spiritual Support
  • Skills training
  • Diet & Nutrition Services
  • Expressive Groups (Art, Music, Movement)
  • Experiential Therapy
  • Family Support & Education
  • Seeking Safety

Frequently Asked Questions

How long is the program?

Length of stay is individualized based on patient needs and medical necessity requirements. We offer varying levels of care ranging from 20+ hours of treatment weekly all the way to 1 hour of treatment per week. Completion of program is based on progress towards treatment goals and length of sobriety obtained.

Do you have family services?

Yes, we encourage family involvement. We offer a family support group on Wednesday evenings from 6pm-8pm weekly. We also offer individual family sessions as clinically indicated based on patient needs.

When will I see the doctor?

We have full time APN on staff. Patients will see the APN within their first 48 hours of admission, followed up routine follow-up appointments as needed, at minimum once monthly. Our APN is licensed to assess and address behavioral health needs, including medication management. We also offer case management services to assist in linking to local providers for patient medical needs.

How often will I see my counselor?

Each patient is assigned to a Clinical Therapist upon admission. Therapists make contact with patients within their first 24 hours of admission. Following the initial contact, patients receive weekly individual therapy sessions for a minimum of an hour. Based on patient needs, additional sessions may be offered, including referrals to our in house EMDR Therapists.

Do I have to attend groups?

Although we offer a wide range of services, a large portion of our programming involves participation in group therapy. We pride ourselves in offering small group settings, allowing for increased comfort, encouraging group cohesion among our patients. We offer a wide range of group services to best meet our patients’ needs. Our goal is to expose our patients to a wide array of skills and experiences that they may benefit from in their recovery. Once deemed clinically appropriate, some patients opt to continue at Footprints to Recovery, solely for ongoing weekly individual sessions as a means of continued therapeutic progress.

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Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR): EMDR is a valuable form of psychotherapy that provides relief from symptoms and the emotional effects related to traumatic experiences.

Complex Trauma Group: Led by our Hamilton-based treatment center’s credentialed trauma therapist – a focus is placed on specific skills and guided meditations, particularly for those who have experienced trauma in their lives.

Hamilton Township, New Jersey

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3535 Quakerbridge Rd
Suite 300
Hamilton Township, NJ 08619

Located near Trenton, and less than 20 minutes from Princeton, Hopewell Township, and West Windsor Township.

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