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  Warren Residential Community Home  
  509 Brass Castle Road
Oxford, NJ 07863
Superintendent: Patrick Kepple
Phone: 908-453-2032
Fax: 908-453-4234
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  Warren RCH specifically serves those residents identified as having substance abuse problems. Warren Residential Community Home was established in 1960 as a home for at risk youth and has been in operation for that purpose through the present day.  
  It is the Mission of the Warren RCH to create a safe, caring and supportive environment that provides all students the opportunity to achieve personal and academic growth, thus becoming productive members of the community. Warren RCH is a staff secured facility capable of housing 30 male residents over the age of 16.  
  Residents at the New Jersey Training School that are over 16 years old with a sentence between 30-40 months excluding charges of arson, homicide, manslaughter or sexually related charges that have been assigned through the Juvenile Justice Commission (JJC) Classification Committee are eligible for admission. Program completion is determined by the New Jersey State Parole Board and is based on length of sentence and program performance.  
  We provide a safe and respectful environment, in which residents receive educational and vocational services, individual and group substance abuse counseling, Phoenix gang intervention and character building, job readiness/life skills classes, coping skills, Aggression Replacement Training, which encompasses moral reasoning and pro-social skill training as well as anger control techniques. In addition residents are eligible for family counseling, parenting/fatherhood groups, the Preparation for Independence program, employment and supported work program and online college courses.  
  Treatment needs are determined by a Comprehensive Intake Assessment (CIA) and updated monthly through Case Action Plan (CAP) meetings  
  Warren RCH residents regularly participate in community service activities within the local community such as NOREWESCAP Food Bank and community clean up projects. Aftercare services are provided through Juvenile Parole and Transition in conjunction with the Warren CAP Team.  
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