Services and Programs

Intoxicated Driver Resource Center (IDRC)

At this time, the Union County IDRC is not holding educational classes and persons identified as a Union County resident or have been assigned to Union County have been placed on a waitlist.

If you would like to complete your IDRC requirements in Union County, no additional action is needed. You will receive a scheduling notice with your assigned dates when class dates become available.

However, you may request for your case to be transferred to another county’s IDRC program. If you would like to request a transfer, please follow the instructions below.

If you have questions, please email or call 888-845-3434 or 908-558-2288.  Please note that there may be a delay in IDRC response due to increased call/email volume during this time

Would you like to transfer?

If you would like to complete your IDRC program requirements, including educational classes[1], in another county, you must:

  1. Contact one of the below County IDRCs to ask if they have any openings and agree to accept a transfer of your case[2]; and
  2. Contact the Union County IDRC to request a transfer of your case. 

Once your case is transferred, you will receive a scheduling notice with your assigned IDRC class dates and information on how to complete any pre-registration information for that IDRC.

Contact information of Non-Union County IDRC Programs

  • Bergen IDRC
    • Phone: 201-336-3310
    • Email:
    • Note: Online Classes Only
  • Camden IDRC
    • Phone: 856-374-5015
    • Email:
    • Notes: Online Classes Only
  • Gloucester IDRC
    • Phone: 856-232-4840
    • Email:
    • Notes: Online Classes Only
  • Hudson IDRC
    • Phone: 201-209-2810
    • Email:
    • Notes: In Person Classes Only, Spanish Classes Also Available
  • Somerset IDRC
    • Phone: 908-704-6304
    • Email:
    • Notes: Online Classes Only


[1] Other counties may offer online or in-person options for the educational class requirement of your IDRC program requirements.  However, please be advised that in response to COVID-19, online classes are only temporarily available through a temporary rule modification of N.J.A.C. 10:162, Intoxicated Driving Program, and will be available only until such time as the temporary rule modification is revoked or expires.

[2] Please note that acceptance of case transfers is at the discretion of the receiving County IDRC.

Office for Persons with Disabilities and Special Needs (OPDSN)

The Union County Office for Persons with Disabilities & Special Needs (OPDSN)offers social and recreational opportunities to individuals of all abilities and ages from elementary school children to senior adults.

In addition to activities, OPDSN provides information and referral to community resources such as rental and utility assistance, entitlements, accessibility issues, transition services and more. OPDSN’s main goal is to advocate for persons with disabilities of all ages, as well as ensure inclusion and accessibility in all aspects of community life.

Manuel Ramirez, Director / 908-527-4807

Helen Alvarado
PASP Consultant / 908-527-4845

Jasmine Whitous
Program Coordinator / 908-527-4781

Leighton Heisey
Advisory Board/Information and Referral / 908-527-4840