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Hibernia Alcohol Rehab

Hibernia Addiction Center

Drug Rehab Hibernia NJ resources Hibernia is an unincorporated community located along County Route 513 (Green Pond Road) in Rockaway Township of Morris County, New Jersey. The community takes its name from Hibernia, the classical name for Ireland. Nearby cities include Lake Telemark, Beach Glen, Rockaway Township, Meriden, and White Meadow Lake. The Hibernia Furnace was known for its production of Pig Iron. The Hibernia Furnace had a high reputation and supplied many of the forges in Morris county. The Washington Headquarters in Morristown had one of these “pig” forges. The Hibernia Mine comprised the Lower Wood, Glendon, Scott, DeCamp, Upper Wood, Willis, and Wharton mines of the early New Jersey Geological Survey reports, all of which operated on the Hibernia deposit. Tucked between Rockaway Township’s town of Hibernia and Split Rock Reservoir lies a large portion of Wildcat Ridge Wildlife Management Area, one of New Jersey’s many multi-use WMAs. Today, lovers of nature, history, and geology will all find something here, laced with a bit of intrigue. Hikers will find miles of trails–blazed and unblazed–and old woods roads running maze-like through most of the WMA. Alcohol and drug addiction is no stranger to most people in this town. Many people…