Explore our addiction treatment options in the Atlantic City area with SOBA New Jersey.
SOBA NJ offers an extensive range of treatment programs so that everyone can get the addiction treatment they need to reach recovery. If you’re 18+ and are looking for an Atlantic City drug rehab center, we can help you get care that works for you, with an admissions date as soon as today. So, what should you know?
SOBA New Jersey is a drug and alcohol rehab in NJ that offers comprehensive treatment options for those struggling with a substance use disorder. Contact our admissions team today to learn more about how we can help with addiction treatment in New Jersey.
SOBA NJ is not in Atlantic City, but we are located nearby in Voorhees Township, NJ. Since we are close to Atlantic City, SOBA NJ is an ideal solution for those in search of an Atlantic City drug rehab center. We accept most forms of health insurance, which can help you pay for any of the programs at SOBA NJ. With that said, here are a few features that set us apart and allow us to best serve clients like you.
It takes around an hour to drive by car from Atlantic City to Voorhees Township, NJ. SOBA NJ offers free travel to and from our treatment center for anyone within a 5-hour drive of our facilities. We can make travel arrangements for you if you need transportation to or from SOBA NJ.
SOBA NJ offers a full continuum of care, meaning that we provide every possible form of treatment used for substance abuse and mental health concerns. Housing options are available for those in all levels of care at SOBA NJ. Our housing options follow SOBA NJ’s three-phase treatment program. If you move through treatment in steps, your housing level will change as you progress through treatment.
Clients in our medical detoxification program live in our detox center during that treatment phase. Residential inpatient clients live in our Transitional Sober Living space. Then, those in one of our outpatient treatment options are eligible to live in our sober living apartments.
Clients in our outpatient programs are welcome to commute to SOBA NJ from home on treatment days or stay in our sober living facilities. Visits from loved ones can be arranged, and family members may come to participate in family therapy sessions as part of your treatment as needed.
One of the things that sets us apart as a leading Atlantic City drug and alcohol rehab is that we have an expedited admissions process and accept most forms of health insurance. You can verify your health insurance for free on our website or let a staff member help when you call our admissions line.
Once you know you need help, there’s no need to wait. We offer same-day and same-hour admissions at SOBA NJ. Our admissions staff will provide a thorough intake assessment and discuss treatment options with you.
The team at Soba NJ understands that it can be overwhelming to reach out for help. If you are not ready to make a phone call, feel free to text with one of our caring treatment coordinators right now.
Our facility is equipped with extensive treatment options, allowing us to be there for our clients from the initial stages of their recovery journey all the way through their transition back into everyday life. Here are the treatment options at our Atlantic City drug rehab center and what to expect in each. If you aren’t sure which is right for you, our admissions specialists will help.
Detoxing from drugs and alcohol can come with uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms. In some cases, withdrawal can be dangerous without proper supervision. The role of medical detox is to help you get off of drugs and alcohol safely with 24/7 support from trained medical staff. Medical detox prevents relapse during the initial stages of sobriety and is often a precursor to another level of care.
Residential inpatient treatment temporarily removes you from everyday life triggers and routines so that you can rebuild your life in a safe, sober, therapeutic community setting. SOBA NJ offers both short and long-term residential inpatient treatment options.
Short-term residential treatment involves a standard treatment stay of 30-90 days. During that time, you’ll eat, sleep, and live on-site while engaging in groups, individual therapy, and other activities during the day. This is an ideal starting point for many clients.
Depending on your treatment needs, long-term residential treatment can last for six months or more. Clients who experience frequent relapse or who are working to overcome severe addiction often benefit from a long-term residential stay, even if standard addiction treatment has been unsuccessful in the past.
A partial hospitalization program (PHP) is a type of addiction treatment in between residential inpatient services and traditional outpatient programs. As a PHP client, you will get to live off-site or in sober living but will commute to your addiction treatment center for an intensive treatment schedule during the day, most days per week.
PHP is often recommended as an initial treatment option for those who live in a stable, substance-free
environment and need comprehensive treatment but don’t require full hospitalization. It can also be used for those transitioning out of inpatient care who need structured support as they re-enter daily life.
An intensive outpatient program (IOP) offers addiction treatment one step below PHP in intensity. Like PHP, it can be used as an initial form of treatment or a step-down from a higher level of support, such as residential inpatient or PHP. However, IOP is more flexible than PHP, consisting of fewer total treatment hours per week.
The lower time commitment required in IOP makes it an ideal fit for those who need to work, go to school, or fulfill similar obligations while in treatment. You will still engage in individual therapy, regular groups, and other treatment services.
Outpatient programs provide the most flexibility out of any form of addiction treatment. Unlike in IOP, our outpatient programs consist of as few as nine treatment hours per week to start, usually spread across the course of three days per week. By the end of outpatient treatment, you could be in care for as little as one hour per week.
Outpatient helps you maintain sobriety while fully involved in your everyday life. It’s ideal for clients who feel like they have reached a more stable place but are hoping to gain relapse prevention skills. Most often, but not always, outpatient is used as a step-down form of care.
At SOBA NJ, we’re dedicated to providing treatment options that work for everyone. Telemedicine or telehealth allows you to access addiction and mental health treatment services online.
Our telehealth programs are best for those who can’t commute to treatment throughout the week, are too busy for traditional treatment programs due to daily life obligations, or need to live at home while overcoming substance abuse or mental health concerns.
Your recovery starts with a phone call. Reach out to us today to speak to one of our admissions coordinators. Whether you are seeking help yourself, or you are concerned about a loved one, we are happy to answer your questions and address any concerns you may have. We will help you find the best treatment options that fit your personal needs, whether that’s our program or another. The number one priority at our addiction treatment center in NJ is making sure you find treatment that works for you.
If you’re looking for an Atlantic City drug rehab center with treatment programs that work, we can help. Our staff members will verify your health insurance coverage or answer any questions you have about treatment for free when you get in touch with us. Call (866) 952-3994 to talk to an admissions counselor at SOBA NJ today.