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AA Lincoln Park NJ

Lincoln Park Rehab Center for Alcohol and Drug Addiction

Drug Rehab Lincoln Park NJ resources Lincoln Park is a borough in Morris County, New Jersey. The municipality contains the easternmost point in Morris County, located along the Pompton River. The borough borders Kinnelon, Montville, and Pequannock Township in Morris County; Fairfield Township in Essex County; and Wayne in Passaic County. NJ Transit provides train service at the Lincoln Park station on the Montclair-Boonton Line to Newark Broad Street Station and New York Penn Station, connecting service to Hoboken Terminal. NJ Transit provides local bus service on the 871 route. The community that is now Lincoln Park has existed since colonial times. This small community grew with the construction of the Delaware, Lackawanna, and Western Railroad’s Boonton Branch (present-day Montclair-Boonton Line). It was formerly part of neighboring Pequannock. The borough was founded as a township under the name Beavertown on March 11, 1922. The town was reincorporated as the borough of Lincoln Park on February 26, 1925. It was named after President Abraham Lincoln. Nevertheless, underneath the surface of this prosperous town lies a deadly force that permeates every street. Discovering both an accredited and top-rated Lincoln Park rehab for drug addiction and alcohol abuse can be hard. The New Jersey Substance Abuse…