Cura, Inc.

Cura, Inc.

35 Lincoln Park Newark, NJ 07102

Gender: Male and Female
Age Range: 12 - 17, 18 - 25

Phone: (973) 622-3570
Fax: 973-621-8330

Program type: Both - Addiction Treatment, Transition Programs


Adolescent Spanish-speaking males, 14 to 17 years of age, with a history of substance abuse are offered a special drug free residential program at an age when they have the best potential to change the course of their lives. For a minimum of eight months these residents live and participate in a large “family-like” environment where they contribute to its operation and upkeep. They learn the meaning of responsibility, personal hygiene, punctuality, honesty and concern for others. Academic education is stressed so they can repair their self-esteem and improve their potential for a successful life in the mainstream of society.

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