Monmouth County HOPE 1 Highlights (2022-2023)

 The Monmouth County Sheriff’s Office Hope One Mobile Unit and our dedicated recovery specialist visits communities to assist in combatting the opioid epidemic. Since 2019, Hope One has been deployed to hundreds of events and locations to help educate residents on addiction services and provide resources to those with substance use disorder. Useful items are distributed such as hygiene products in addition to vouchers for free 30-day treatments. Having a routine day and time of the month, reinforces our dedicated support and lets residents know they can count on us being there.

A new outreach program was initiated in 2022 partnering with Hotels/Motels where overdoses were high or had a higher population with substance abuse.  An informative poster provided by the Sheriff’s office, both in English and Spanish were distributed to targeted hotel/motels along with training services in the application of Narcan.

Community outreach

Monthly deployment of Hope Truck
ShopRite stores
St. Mark’s in Keansburg
Brookdale Community College
Asbury Park sites
St. Peter’s Freehold
Monmouth County yearly community events.

Referral to community services

SUD detox + treatment to include MAT and recovery support services.
Individual personal documentation + ID
Assistance with GA, SNAP, etc.
Unemployment benefits
Expungement services.

Community collaboration with agencies, organizations and benefactors to include:

Asbury Park Social Services
Emergency Housing Advocacy Program
Garden State Equity
1st Baptist Church –  Manasquan
Ground ZERO
Hope and Comfort Warming Centerzz3
HOPE Sheds Light
Empower ME23
JBJ Soul Kitchen
League of Women Voters
Long Branch HEARS
Monmouth County ACTS
Monmouth County Prevention Coalition New Earth Center
NJ ReEntry, 180 Program
Open Door
Parker Health Center
Preferred Behavioral
Recovery Centers of America
Recover Revolution
St. Mark’s Keansburg
St. Peter’s Freehold
Salvation Army
Sea Change RCO
Soldier On
United Way and Visiting Nurses Association.

Regular visits to sober housing and the provision of Narcan and referral to community

recovery support services: see Oxford House and Sober Living attachment.

Regular visits to motels / hotels and the provision of Narcan and referral to community recovery support services: see Hotel Motel attachment.

 For more information on HOPE ONE, education or resources on addiction services, please contact David Clauser at or 732-431-6400 ext. 1105.

To schedule a community event with the Hope One Van, please email Alexa Quagliato @ or call 732-431-6400 ext. 1125