What can you expect from a high quality New Jersey drug rehab center? You will find the type of services that are offered by top rated drug rehab centers around the country. Someone who is committed to overcoming drug addiction can find the necessary help in a New Jersey inpatient rehab program.


New Jersey Detox

Drug abuse along with alcohol abuse rates are increasing dramatically. More overdose deaths are being reported, along with record numbers of hospitalizations and accompanying problems related to substance abuse issues. Checking into a New Jersey inpatient rehab program is the first important step toward recovery when struggling to beat an addiction to illicit drugs, such as methamphetamine and cocaine or prescription drugs like oxycodone and fentanyl. Addiction to opiates is at an all-time high, destroying people’s relationships, jobs, and health. A complete detox of any and all drugs being used, whether opiates or meth, is critical to begin the official rehab program. Professional medical supervision provides oversight to ensuring the person moves effectively through the detox phase of recovery in order to begin the next phase of rehab.

Personal Assessment

A qualified New Jersey rehab program employs credentialed staff members who will perform an individualized assessment. This may include components like a full health history, childhood, and employment background, along with marital status and family responsibilities. Social habits and activities may be evaluated, along with financial status and any other pressing issues. Following a detailed evaluation, the client will be given a detailed plan of treatment to address alcoholism or drug abuse problems during an inpatient stay at the treatment facility.

Inpatient Treatment

Based on the individual’s assessment, cognitive behavioral therapy is often recommended on a daily basis at first. During these sessions, the client will discuss various aspects of his or her life experiences that may have contributed to the development of a substance addiction problem, including any underlying mental health issues. Group therapy could also become part of the treatment plan during which participants learn to build trust with each other while taking responsibility for their personal struggles and failures. The exchange of anecdotes, symptoms, and advice is sometimes one of the most successful aspects of recovery.


Outpatient Rehab

Following the initial detox phase, assessment, and introductory behavioral modification and group therapy sessions, the next step may be intensive outpatient rehab. This can be organized in various ways, but one of the most successful is for the client to meet with a professional therapist several hours on most days of the week, for a period of several weeks. For some clients, this step may last a few months. The goal is to help the client resume everyday activities while remaining drug-free and growing stronger in resisting the urge to return to the original addictive behaviors.


Post-Treatment Maintenance

Following completion of the above steps, a recovering addict is encouraged to join a local support group and participate in recovery maintenance activities.

Recovery is achievable by following these steps. Get in touch with us to learn more about successful recovery today.

Reviewed for Medical & Clinical Accuracy by Dr. Jeffrey Berman, MD

Dr. Jeffrey Berman, MDDr. Jeffrey Berman is a psychiatrist in Teaneck, New Jersey and is affiliated with Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. He received his medical degree from State University of New York Upstate Medical University and has been in practice for more than 20 years. He also speaks multiple languages, including French and Hebrew.

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