New Jersey Fentanyl Addiction Treatment
Showing You How to Overcome Fentanyl Addiction
Fentanyl is an extremely dangerous opioid that has been directly linked to thousands of deaths in the last few years. Just 3 milligrams of fentanyl can cause a fatal overdose in the average person. If you are addicted to fentanyl, then please find a way to fight it today.
SOBA New Jersey proudly offers a variety of personalized fentanyl addiction treatment options. Not only are we here to make sure you get the care and guidance you need, but we also offer genuine moral support. When you are with us to fight your addiction, you can rest a bit easier in knowing that people who care about your health and happiness are never far.
On This Page
- What to Do During a Fentanyl Overdose
- Types of Fentanyl Rehab Programs We Offer
- Benefits of Fentanyl Rehab
- Difficulties of Overcoming Fentanyl Addiction
- Find the Right Fentanyl Rehab Program Today
- Frequently Asked Questions
If you suspect someone is having a fentanyl overdose, call 911 immediately. A fentanyl dose can be fatal at just 3 milligrams and cause cardiac arrest within minutes. Tell the dispatcher that the person took fentanyl, so the paramedics know to bring and use Naloxone. Oftentimes, you and the person who took the fentanyl cannot face immediate criminal consequences for calling 911 due to the use of illegal narcotics.
SOBA New Jersey has a variety of different rehab programs available to people struggling with fentanyl addiction. We take the situation seriously because fentanyl is so dangerous, so you can have faith that we will be by your side and leading the way. Furthermore, all our rehab treatment plans are customizable. If you won’t benefit from one type of treatment, then we can find a different one that will help. It is all about taking care of you, showing you genuine support, and giving you the best chance possible of putting down fentanyl for good.
Some of our most popular fentanyl rehab treatment options include:
The benefits of fentanyl rehab and addiction treatments cannot be overstated. When you are at SOBA New Jersey and supported by our team of rehab professionals, we are confident that you will quickly find the strength to fight the addiction. Better still, we want to give you the tools, knowledge, and dedication required to gain sobriety that lasts.
Benefits of attending and completing fentanyl rehab include:
- Gaining the self-confidence to resist future temptations.
- Improving your mental and physical health.
- Feeling like you aren’t alone in your addiction.
- Focusing on your career, education, and passions.
We are always honest and transparent with the people who come to us for help. It is only right to tell you that there will be difficulties when you are overcoming fentanyl addiction, even with the best possible treatment plan. The most common difficulty is the urge to use fentanyl again during and after rehab, paired with physical pains caused by withdrawals. You might understandably feel impatient, hopeless, or frustrated by the process and want to give up. We are here to make sure that you don’t.
At no point will you be alone during the fentanyl rehab process if you come to SOBA New Jersey for help. Your difficulties are ours to shoulder with you. Let’s find a brighter, healthier future together.
SOBA New Jersey is ready to help you and your loved ones. Please call (888) 229-7989 now to ask about our fentanyl rehab program in New Jersey. You do not need a doctor’s referral to ask about our rehab programs or to start rehab.
All forms of drug addiction rehab are necessary once an addiction becomes dangerous or disruptive to the user’s life. For fentanyl addictions, the necessity of professional treatment cannot be stressed enough. Fentanyl is dangerous enough to kill in a single dose, and it is strong enough to cause unsafe withdrawals after only a few doses, too. If you try to overcome fentanyl addiction without going to rehab at a center like SOBA New Jersey, then it could be incredibly unsafe for you.
A fentanyl rehab program can take a varying amount of time, depending on the type of treatments you use. For some people who have only used fentanyl a few times, a 30-day outpatient treatment plan can be highly effective. On the other hand, people with stronger addictions to fentanyl might need a treatment program that lasts several months. Before you sign up for any treatments, we will make sure that you have a clear understanding of how long the entire program could take, including potential continuing treatments and therapies after you leave our rehab center.
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) recently greatly expanded health insurance coverage for specialized treatments, such as those relating to mental health treatments and addiction recovery. If you have healthcare insurance provided as an employment benefit, then you most likely have some coverage for the fentanyl rehab treatments offered at SOBA New Jersey. Our admissions team would be happy to help you understand your insurance coverage, so you can see just how surprisingly affordable fentanyl rehab can be.
At times, you can feel lost and confused when struggling with addiction or mental health. Our team understands what you are going through and works with you to reclaim the life you deserve.