Mount Arlington Police - Join Walk-in Substance Abuse Centers

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The Mount Arlington Police Department is the eighth law enforcement agency in Morris County to serve as a walk-in location where individuals struggling with substance use disorders can voluntarily request help.

The borough of Mount Arlington Police Department now is participating in the Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative (PAARI), with Officer Ryan Caparoni serving as the designated PAARI officer.
PAARI offers a safe, stigma-free setting for individuals to be screened by an officer and connected with a Certified Peer Recovery Specialist from Daytop New Jersey, who will assist with guiding individuals to treatment and recovery services.

In Morris County, the following agencies are PAARI walk-in sites:
Morris County Sheriff's Office at the Morris County Courthouse in Morristown: Butler Police Department, Morris Plains Police Department, Morristown Police Bureau, Mount Arlington Police Department, Mount Olive Police Department, Rockaway Borough Police Department and Washington Township Police Department.

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