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New Jersey Heroin Addiction Treatment

Guiding You on the Path to Lasting Recovery

If you or someone you love are struggling with an addiction to heroin, SOBA New Jersey is here to help.

Backed by a team of trained addiction treatment specialists, we offer comprehensive and customizable heroin rehab programs that can help you reach a healthier, happier tomorrow. We’re known throughout New Jersey for creating safe spaces where people are empowered to overcome addictions and substance use disorders in ways that work for them, and we’re ready to help start your recovery.

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To learn more about our New Jersey drug and alcohol treatment, contact us online or dial (888) 229-7989. We are available 24/7 to assist you. If you would like an immediate callback, fill out the form below.

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What to Do During a Heroin Overdose

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If someone is showing any symptoms of a heroin overdose, then you should seek medical attention immediately. A heroin overdose can be treated with naloxone (sold as an injectable and nasal spray under the brand names NARCAN and KLOXXADO) that must be administered as soon as possible. Make sure when communicating with the 911 dispatcher to inform them of the heroin use so that the paramedics can be properly prepared when they arrive.

Continue reading to learn more about our New Jersey drug and alcohol treatment programs, or contact us directly at (888) 496-4714 to speak to one of our compassionate, knowledgeable admissions coordinators. We are available 24/7 to assist you.

What To Do During A Heroin Overdose

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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.

Heroin Recovery Plans Customized to Your Needs

You deserve to work with recovery specialists who understand that every person has a unique struggle with heroin, and to participate in a recovery program that prioritizes your unique needs.

At SOBA New Jersey, we integrate high-quality clinical care and case management services with the insight and compassion of professionals who truly care about their work and know how to best facilitate each client’s recovery. It’s why our heroin rehab in NJ has been trusted by individuals and families across the region since 2014.

We focus on an array of factors to help clients in their heroin recovery, including:

Our programs allow clients to benefit from a team-based approach, comprehensive treatment services, and a level of personalization that makes a difference.

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Our NJ Heroin Detox and Rehab Services

Our heroin rehab services are organized into a three-phase program that can be tailored at every stage to address a client’s specific needs and recovery goals. This multi-phase program tackles issues critical helping patients safely and successfully detox from heroin, find support in ways that work for them, and stay on track while planning and navigating the next steps.

Our heroin addiction treatment programs include:

In addition to customizing care and treatments, we also offer personalized programs, such as our Shalvah Program for Orthodox Jews, our Executive Program for business professionals, and more.

All our residential programs include high-quality housing, nutritional meals provided by world-class chefs, and exceptional onsite amenities – including a sauna and jacuzzi – designed to provide a calm and comforting space. Our clients and their families also have direct access to some of the state’s leading addiction specialists and clinicians.

Real Stories. Real Recovery.

Hear From Our Recovering Clients

“I have been to other treatment centers and was never successful in maintaining sobriety. Thank you so much to Soba for helping me get my life back on track. I look forward to my future!”

I have so much to be grateful for because of SOBA. Megan

"The entire staff of SOBA is there for you...and give you the resources and strength to stay well. They showed me that there's nothing wrong with asking for help and carried me when I didn't have the strength or will to stand on my own.”

SOBA answered my call on the first ring and saved my life. Mike

"Entering recovery was one of the hardest decisions I have ever made. It was also one of the smartest, and one I wish that I had made 20 years ago. Last week I reached my 10-month clean date. I’d like to express my gratitude.”

I'm forever grateful to you all. Amanda S.

“If you want top-quality care then SOBA is the place to be. The staff from top to bottom are caring, understanding & well educated on addiction. If you want your life back then put your trust in SOBA.”

Because of them, I'm clear-minded & I have the most important thing back in my life, my family. Scott K.

“I want to say thank you to everyone at SOBA. I came to them totally broken. The staff there helped me get my mental health straightened out all while getting me off any and all drugs for the 1st time in 24 years.”

They SAVED MY LIFE. They can save yours. Mike P.

Why a Heroin Detox Program Is Important

Addiction is a chronic disease with relapse rates similar to other chronic health conditions, such as diabetes and heart disease. But when it comes to drugs with as powerful as heroin, relapse rates can be quite high. In fact, some studies estimate that 72% to 88% of people relapse within the first three years of quitting heroin.

While these numbers may seem intimidating, it’s important to know that addiction is treatable, and people do get better. That’s especially true when people battling heroin addictions have access to proven and customizable treatment services that help them manage some of the biggest barriers to success – withdrawal and the initial stages of recovery.

At SOBA New Jersey, we’re proud to offer medical detox as the first step in our heroin rehab program.

Some of the benefits of our heroin detox program:

Our opiate detox programs may include medication-assisted treatment (MAT), which uses prescription medications to help manage and reduce uncomfortable heroin withdrawal symptoms. Common medications used to treat heroin addiction and withdrawal include Methadone, Suboxone, and Vivitrol.

Research has shown that medication-assisted treatment, when used in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies, can provide a whole-person approach to treating substance use disorders, help people safely withdrawal from opiates like heroin, prevent and reduce risks of overdose, and promote sustained recovery.

What to Expect From Heroin Withdrawal

When someone addicted to heroin stops using, withdrawal symptoms kick in. They can appear as quickly as 6 to 12 hours after the last heroin dose. It may feel like a bad case of the flu, with the worst part of it lasting about a week.

Some immediate symptoms you may experience include:

After the initial withdrawal symptoms pass, post-acute withdrawal symptoms (PAWS) may kick in. This includes poor sleep, inability to focus, anxiety, depression, fatigue, memory loss, mood swings, and more. These symptoms last between 18 and 24 months, but as the user remains drug-free with proper addiction treatment services, the symptoms slowly begin to disappear.

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How Long Will Detox Take?

The reality is that you have to fully go through detox in order to get free from heroin addiction. Typically, heroin withdrawal symptoms will peak within 3 to 4 days. From there, symptoms will decrease in intensity each day after.

The overall detox time will vary from person to person depending on factors like:

Building the Foundation for Lasting Recovery

Our heroin rehab in New Brunswick, NJ offers treatment programs that provide a level of flexibility and personalization to help people from all walks of life. That includes two primary options: inpatient and outpatient rehab.

Residential treatment is for those who want to stay at the facility for the duration of their treatment, while outpatient treatment takes place at a facility and allows a person to live at home. The time for treatment will vary for each person. Typically, people start with a 28-day stay at a residential treatment center and collaborate with their primary counselor to decide the next steps.

For cases of heroin addiction, where residential rehab is almost always recommended, clients will generally detox, move on to our residential program, and progress to receiving treatment while in Transitional Sober Living or through our other treatment program options. These include:

Our programs offer various therapies, psychoeducation courses, group counseling and 12-step meetings, transportation, and case management services. Our specialists also provide dual diagnosis treatmentadventure therapyfamily counselingmental health treatment, and nutrition and wellness services.

Call to Begin Your Heroin Addiction Treatment Journey: (888) 659-5649

Our goal is to make the heroin detox and recovery process as comfortable and effective as possible, which is why we customize our programs to meet each individual’s unique needs. Our array of science-backed therapeutic treatments are designed to set you up with the skills you need to achieve lasting sobriety and heal from the inside out.

If you’re struggling with heroin addiction, don’t hesitate to reach out for help. Getting started with heroin detox and your unique recovery journey is as simple as making a phone call a phone call.

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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. Our number one priority is making sure you find treatment that works for you.