New Jersey Drug Rehab Center
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According to a 2018 study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), nearly 12% of people over the age of 11 reported using illicit drugs in the past month. Another study found that more than 70,000 people in the United States died due to drug overdoses in 2019. Opioids were the most common type of drug associated with overdose deaths, making up more than 70% of all cases in 2019. Psychostimulant-related drug overdoses (such as methamphetamine overdose deaths) are also increasing in the U.S., both with and without the involvement of synthetic opioids.
Choose Our Drug Addiction Rehabilitation Facility
Drug addiction is a serious disease that can be incredibly challenging to overcome on one’s own. However, with medically supervised detox and professional addiction treatment, many people with substance use disorders go on to lead healthy, happy, and meaningful lives, free from drug dependence. If you or someone you love is struggling with drug abuse or addiction, SOBA New Jersey can help. At our welcoming, state-of-the-art facility located in New Brunswick, we offer comprehensive drug addiction treatment for adults 18 and older. Our programs are highly personalized and integrated—we strive to treat addiction from the inside out and provide our clients with the tools, resources, and support they need to break the cycle of drug abuse.
Learn more about our New Jersey drug addiction treatments and how our team can help you on the path to recovery. Call (888) 229-7989 or contact us online to speak to one of our admissions specialists today.
Types of Substance Use Disorders We Treat
Since our inception in 2014, we have been dedicated to helping adults of all ages and from all walks of life who are struggling with various substance use disorders. In addition to our alcohol abuse and addiction treatment program, we provide personalized care for people dealing with a range of prescription and illicit drug addictions.
At SOBA New Jersey, we help people with the following substance use disorders:
- Benzodiazepine addiction
- Cocaine addiction
- Heroin addiction
- Marijuana addiction
- Meth addiction
- Opioid/opiate addiction
- Prescription drug abuse and addiction
- Fentanyl addiction
- Stimulant addiction
We focus on helping our clients build a solid foundation for their recovery. This includes dual-diagnosis treatment, which helps individuals address co-occurring mental and behavioral health concerns, as well as a full range of mental health treatment services. By addressing these underlying factors, we help our clients examine what triggers cravings, what leads to addiction, and what steps can be taken to prevent relapse based on their unique situations.
Our Drug Abuse & Addiction Treatment Programs
We offer a full range of drug abuse and addiction treatment programs, including:
- Medical detox
- Short-term residential treatment
- Long-term drug and alcohol rehab
- Outpatient treatment services
- Family programs
- Adventure therapy
- Partial care
We strive to provide high-quality treatment in a comfortable, community-minded, stigma-free environment. Our clients and their families receive direct access to some of New Jersey’s leading addiction treatment specialists and clinicians, and we offer a range of amenities designed to make your time at our center more enjoyable.
Get Started on Your Recovery Journey Today
If you are struggling with drug addiction, or if you are concerned about a loved one, know that recovery is possible. With SOBA New Jersey, you can recover from your substance use disorder, repair your broken relationships, and develop the skills you need to live a healthy, sober life.
We are ready to help you on the path to healing today. Reach out to our New Jersey drug addiction treatment specialists to learn more. We are in-network with several major insurance providers, so you can focus on getting the treatment and care you deserve without having to worry about costs. We also provide a complimentary transportation service to clients within a five-hour drive of our facility. This service is available to those in need of drug and alcohol detox who cannot find transportation to our center in New Brunswick, NJ.
For more information, call our admissions specialists at (888) 229-7989 or submit an online contact form today. We are available 24/7.
What Can You Expect with Drug Addiction Treatment?
Drug addiction affects everyone differently. Addiction treatment, therefore, should be personalized to meet the individual’s unique needs. At SOBA New Jersey, we customize our New Jersey drug addiction treatment programs to each client’s specific situation. Everything from the type of drug being used to the level of dependence plays a huge role in how addiction is treated.
That being said, many people who undergo professional drug addiction treatment can expect to move through several phases of recovery.
Following detox, it is often recommended that people attend short-term residential rehab. With residential rehab, you live full-time at a drug addiction treatment facility. There, you can receive 24-hour support from a team of experienced clinicians and addiction specialists. During residential rehab, you will most likely attend various individual therapy, including cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), and group therapy sessions. The purpose of these treatments is to help you build a solid foundation for your recovery and provide you with the tools you need to recognize triggers, manage cravings, and prevent relapse.
The first step in drug addiction treatment is detox. Detoxification, or detox, is the process of slowly tapering off or stopping drug use, allowing the substance to leave the body. Detox is often accompanied by withdrawal, which is the body’s physical and mental reaction to the disuse of the drug.
Depending on the severity of one’s addiction, the type of drug being used, and other factors, detox can be a somewhat lengthy and uncomfortable process. However, withdrawal symptoms typically peak during the first couple of days, then slowly become less intense over the next few days or weeks.
It is generally not recommended that you suddenly stop all drug use (known as “going cold turkey”), as doing so can be dangerous or even deadly. Instead, people struggling with drug abuse and addiction should attend a medical detox facility where they can receive around-the-clock care from trained medical professionals during the detox process. In some cases, withdrawal symptoms can even be eased with approved prescription medications (known as “medication-assisted treatment,” or MAT).
Drug addiction treatment doesn’t end when you graduate from our program. At SOBA New Jersey, we recognize that addiction is a lifelong disease. Because of this, we provide a range of aftercare services for our alumni. These services include continued therapy and access to your support network. We are always here when you need us.
Once you have completed residential rehab, or if residential rehab is not recommended for you, your next step in your recovery journey is outpatient treatment.
There are two main types of outpatient treatment:
- Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOPs): An IOP is a more intensive form of outpatient treatment. Typically, clients in IOPs attend several hours of treatment multiple days a week. Unlike residential treatment, however, IOPs do not require participants to live fulltime at the treatment facility. Instead, after completing treatment for the day, they return home. This makes IOPs and other outpatient treatment programs ideal for those with obligations outside of treatment, such as work, school, or childcare.
- Standard Outpatient Programs (SOPs): An SOP is a less-intensive type of outpatient treatment. Like IOPs, SOPs do not require participants to live fulltime at treatment facilities; instead, they attend regular treatments at the facility several times a week, then return home where they can care for children, go to work, or go to school. In contrast to IOPs, SOPs typically involve less hours each day/week in treatment. These programs tend to be more appropriate as people move through the recovery process.
During outpatient treatment, you continue receiving a high level of care and support from a team of addiction specialists. You also have access to a community of people who have been through similar situations and dealt with related substance use issues as you. Along with individual therapy, support group meetings and 12-step programs can be highly effective in helping you overcome addiction.