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New Jersey treatment centers is the premier directory for addiction treatment centers in the state of New Jersey.  We specialize in New Jersey treatment centers, New Jersey alcohol treatment centers, New Jersey dual diagnosis treatment centers, and New Jersy sober living and New Jersey halfway houses.  If you or a loved one are looking for an addiction treatment center in the State of New Jersey you have come to the right place.

New Jersey treatment centers typically range from 30-90 days but can be longer if additional treatment is needed.  Following a stay at a New Jersey treatment center, individuals are highly encouraged to attend a New Jersey sober living house, or a New Jersey halfway house.  Studies and research shows that those persons who elect to go to a New Jersey based model of sober living directly after completing a New Jersey treatment center have a much higher chance of achieving long term sobriety than those who do not.

We work with the best New Jersey treatment centers in the State and can help you find the one that is right for you and meets your needs.  Many of the New Jersey treatment centers we work with accept all major insurance policies, Medicare, Medicaid and offer very affordable payment plans designed to fit the budget need of any person seeking recovery.  We are here to help and our crisis counselors are standing by ready to listen with a soft ear and help to address or answer any questions or concerns you may have about New Jersey treatment centers.  Help is just a phone call away.  Please call us now
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New Jersey Addiction Treatment Centers
New Jersey also known as the Garden State faces a serious epidemic in opiate abuse as well as heroin overdoses. Ask any addict in the state of New Jersey what their drug of choice is and 99% of the time they will say heroin or prescription drugs such as oxycontin, dilaudid, or roxycontin. Because of its location with one of the nation's largest airports, huge highways and interstates and three ports, New Jersey has become a hub for heroin distribution and sales which in turn lead more individuals to becoming addicted. Those individuals who have become addicted to drugs or alcohol in the state of New Jersey can greatly benefit by entering and completing a New Jersey Treatment Center.

Almost 6,000 people have died from drug overdoses in New Jersey since 2004, making drug overdoses the leading cause of accidental death. Opioids were found in more than 75 percent of overdose deaths in New Jersey in 2009 and more than 700 people died from drug overdoses that year. In 2011 and 2012 according to Dr. Roger Mitchell the New Jersey State medical examiner prescription drugs were involved in the deaths of more than 700 state residents. The 2012 hurricane Sandy claimed the lives of 97 New Jersey residents clearly showing the power of drug addiction and overdose deaths in New Jersey is an ongoing problem that will most likely worsen in time.  The five counties with the highest numbers of drug overdose deaths are Camden, Essex, Middlesex, Monmouth and Ocean.

Heroin addiction continues to be the most sought after treatment choice for individuals in the state of New Jersey followed by prescription painkillers then marijuana and alcohol. New Jersey has even passed a new overdose law to help save lives.  The law simply states that if you make a 911 call regarding an overdose for yourself or someone else neither yourself or the individuals involved will face legal consequences. New Jersey Treatment Centers can significantly reduce the number of overdoses by showing those individuals addicted to drugs or alcohol better coping methods and a new way to live.

Seeking help for a drug addiction or alcoholism problem in New Jersey may not always be an easy task, and can often be a very turbulent and frustrating process. This is in part due to many of the states local detox and treatment facilities being full and have a 1-2 month waiting list. This can be very frustrating for a person seeking help and may leave them with a feeling of emptiness and of no hope. Let's face it, the last thing a person wants to hear or needs to hear at that moment of desperation is "We are full and you can be added to our waiting list". We work with many different New Jersey Treatment Centers as well as New Jersey Detox Centers and can help you find the one that is right for you and meets your needs.

New Jersey Treatment Centers are the starting point for individuals in the state of New Jersey seeking help for alcohol or drug addiction. Individuals who enter and complete a drug or alcohol treatment center in the state of New Jersey have a much higher chance for long term recovery than those who do not. We work with many of the top New Jersey treatment and detox centers that always have availability and no waiting list so that you or your loved one can get immediate help and placement into a program.

If you or a loved one are struggling with opiate, heroin or drug addiction or alcoholism, please call us now. We can help guide you to the best New Jersey Treatment center that is meets your needs. All of the treatment facilities we work with accept most major and state issued medical insurance and many work on a sliding scale fee. Help is just a phone call away . CALL US NOW



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MEDICATION ASSISTED TREATMENT

Medication Assisted Treatment is the combination of prescription medication with behavioral therapies. MAT is ideal for those individual's who are chronic opiate addicts and who have a long history of relapse. MAT helps to significantly reduce the cravings and lesson withdrawal symptoms. Person's who enter a medication assisted treatment program are more likely to be treatment compliant and finish their treatment program than those who do not.