Daytop New Jersey officially opened its new $4 million expansion project, bringing a residential addiction treatment facility to South Jersey sitting in the front row.
The Salem County facility can now serve 40 residential patients up to age 18. The new administrative building includes classrooms, therapy rooms, offices and a medical exam space.
The expansion was funded by the Department of Human Services, along with a $360,000 matching grant from the Salem Health & Wellness Foundation.
Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno (standing, center) hugs Kass Foster of National Park, one of the founders of the support group Parent to Parent during the ribbon cutting ceremony for an expansion at Daytop New Jersey in Pittsgrove, Wednesday, Jun. 17, 2015. Staff Photo/Sean M. Fitzgerald
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