Staten Island Drug & Alcohol Rehab
Helping You Become & Stay Sober
Drug addiction and alcohol addiction are strong, but you’re much stronger. SOBA New Jersey and our entire team of addiction recovery specialists are here to remind you of it. We are proud to offer comprehensive, compassionate, and customizable addiction rehab treatments to the people of Staten Island. If you are struggling with addiction, then it would be our honor to be the team that help you overcome it. When you’re here, you’re never alone.
On This Page
- The SOBA New Jersey Difference
- Signs Alcohol Rehab Can Help You
- Support & Guidance to Fight Drug Addiction
- Many Rehab Programs Under One Roof
- Should You Use Medical Detox?
- Break the Cycle of Addiction
- Frequently Asked Questions
Dial (888) 229-7989 to talk to a rehab professional who really cares about your health and future.
From the day we first opened our doors, SOBA New Jersey has been committed to delivering the best possible rehab treatments to Staten Island. To do this, we have blended professionalism with care. While you are here, you will feel genuine support from our friendly staff and benefit from tried-and-true recovery methods developed with a scientific and holistic understanding of addiction. This combined approach to rehab is part of the reason that we have earned accreditation from The Joint Commission for top-quality care.
The SOBA New Jersey difference includes:
- Professional staff with 24/7 availability
- Meals prepared by an in-house gourmet chef
- Luxurious and modern amenities
- Dual-licensed facilities
- Flexible technology use policy
- Travel assistance for those who qualify
Alcohol addiction is a disease that grips millions of Americans. Unfortunately, not all of them know that they can get help to recover and gain lasting sobriety. Part of our mission at SOBA New Jersey is to help as many locals on Staten Island fight alcohol addiction or alcohol use disorder as we can.
For many people living with alcohol addiction, they do not realize that they have the disease. They are convinced by themselves or those around them that heavy or frequent drinking is just part of modern society. With a moment of introspection, though, you might see that you do need help overcoming alcohol addiction—and soon.
Signs of alcohol addiction often include:
- You feel ill when you aren’t drinking or intoxicated.
- You have a strong urge to drink at any meal or social gathering.
- You have trouble falling asleep without having a nightly drink.
- You have new or worsened anxiety or depression.
- You don’t pay attention to your basic hygiene.
- You have uncharacteristic mood swings or irritability.
Drug addiction often sneaks up on people who don’t even realize that they are risking it. This can happen because some substances contain narcotics that aren’t expected, such as opioids laced with fentanyl. In other situations, people become addicted to prescription medicines that they thought would help them.
At SOBA New Jersey, we understand that addiction can have many causes, which is why we have created a varied drug rehab program. We are here to help you overcome addiction, no matter why it started or what substance has caused you so much harm.
Let us know if you need help fighting addiction to:
Creating a personalized recovery program is important for you to have a fair chance at overcoming addiction. Cookie-cutter approaches just can’t address the source of your addiction and the different forms of harm that it causes. At SOBA New Jersey, we take pride in being able to create customized programs for everyone on Staten Island who comes to us for rehab help.
We have numerous rehab treatment options, including:
- Adventure therapy
- Family program
- Graduation and alumni program
- Long-term rehab
- Outpatient treatment services
- Partial care
- Short-term residential
- Telehealth options
As you stop using an addictive substance, you could experience withdrawal symptoms. Oftentimes, withdrawal is characterized by symptoms like nausea, discomfort, and headaches. However, when the addiction was caused by a powerful narcotic or the addiction lasted for months or years, the risk of more dangerous symptoms increases. Persistent fever, unsafe heart palpitations, and dehydration are three of the worst possible withdrawal symptoms.
Medical detox or detoxification is a process of providing medical supervision for the first few days of a rehab program. It allows our staff to watch for any signs of dangerous withdrawal symptoms and provide medical assistance if needed. For example, if you are dehydrated from withdrawal, an IV drip might be used to keep you safe.
While in medical detox at SOBA New Jersey, you will appreciate our:
- Professional supervision
- Comfortable living spaces
- Open patio area
- Gourmet meals
We keep only eight beds in our detox center, and that is by design. We want to make sure that we have the ability to provide our undivided, around-the-clock attention to everyone in detox.
Break the Cycle of Addiction – Call Now
Our Staten Island drug and alcohol rehab programs can show you just how much stronger than addiction you really are. With professional support and compassionate care, you can start down the path to sobriety that lasts. The journey ahead might seem difficult now, but we know that you have it in you to say goodbye to addiction, once and for all.
Request more information about SOBA New Jersey today.
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) greatly expanded insurance coverage requirements for addiction treatments and mental health care. As a result, it is highly likely that the healthcare insurance that you have through employment benefits will cover rehab to some extent. SOBA New Jersey accepts many major insurance providers, so it is likely that you can use your insurance here.
SOBA New Jersey has living quarters that have been described as comfortable, luxurious, and modern. Rehab shouldn’t feel like you’re stuck in a cold clinic, after all. We hope to make you feel like you’re at a five-star hotel while working toward sobriety.
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.