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Capitol Care opens two new group homes

May 23, 2012
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Capitol Care, Inc. has opened two new group homes to offer more extensive therapeutic services to New Jersey residents in need of constant support and care. The group homes are a 24-hour supervised residential option for adults with developmental disabilities, and those dually diagnosed with a developmental disability and mental illness.

“We are constantly striving to give our individuals the support they need and ultimately live self-sufficient and empowered lives,” said Tina Cooke, CEO of Capitol Care. “Sometimes residential services and the consistent support that is offered by that type of environment is necessary for the transition in the recovery process, and we are excited to be expanding on these services.”

Capitol Care designs specific treatment plans to cater to the needs of individuals with substance abuse disorders, mental health concerns and developmental disabilities.

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