Hudson County

Addiction Resources in Hudson County

“Comorbidity” means that a person experiences a substance use disorder and a mental health disorder at the same time. This is something that happens often. In the United States, 20.3 million people have a substance use disorder. Of this population, 37.9% were also diagnosed with a mental illness later on. In contrast, 42.1 million people had a mental illness, and 18.2% discovered that they also had substance use disorders. In Hudson County, residents have the most difficulties with alcohol and heroin.

The medical community learned that the best way to treat substance use disorders and mental health disorders is to treat them both at the same time. This leads to more positive outcomes than people can have when their conditions are treated separately. In fact, it leads to the following positive consequences:

  • Stable living conditions
  • Fewer interactions between medications
  • Fewer psychiatric symptoms
  • An improvement in the quality of life
  • A higher chance of successfully treating both conditions
  • A reduction in substance use
  • A decreased number of arrests

If you or a loved one needs treatment for a substance use disorder in Hudson County, you can find it at our North Jersey Rehabs. Our psychiatrists will diagnose your mental health disorder and treat your substance use disorder at the same time. We can provide you with the following:

Alcohol Rehab

Many people begin to experience mental health disturbances. However, they fail to obtain treatment for these disorders. Instead, they may begin to start to drink in order to cope with the mental health illness. Common disorders that encourage people to begin medicating themselves include depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder. Consuming alcohol while you are experiencing symptoms of a mental health disorder can relieve these symptoms. Over time, it actually can make the symptoms worse.

Treatment at our North Jersey Rehabs will begin with the detoxification process. This is when we will remove all of the toxins that the alcohol leaves behind. Then, your body will be free of the negative effects of alcohol. You will be able to move on to several different therapies that will address your psychological addiction to alcohol.

Drug Rehab

More people needed treatment for heroin use disorder than for any other substance in Hudson County. North Jersey Rehabs has treatment for drug use as well as alcohol.

Early symptoms of heroin withdrawal include

  • Yawning
  • Sweating
  • Muscle aches
  • Anxiety

Later symptoms include:

  • Vomiting
  • Nausea
  • Diarrhea
  • Abdominal cramping

During the detoxification process, our physicians will prescribe medications that will relieve these symptoms. Then, you or your loved one will be able to tolerate the detoxification process much more comfortably. After you make your way through the detox process, our therapists will place you in individual therapy and group therapy

Addiction Treatment Program

Medical Detox

During the medical detox process, our physicians prescribe medications to alleviate the withdrawal symptoms as was mentioned above. After you have been drinking alcohol or taking substances on a regular basis, your body grows accustomed to the presence of these substances and wants to make sure you continue to provide them. This is why you will experience withdrawal symptoms when you try to stop taking the drug or stop drinking on your own. Our physicians will give you or your loved one medications because you may not be able to tolerate the symptoms. Once you have passed the critical moments, you will be ready to begin counseling with your therapist.

Inpatient Rehab

Inpatient rehab is also known as “residential rehab.” The residential option is the best choice for you if you are at risk of experiencing the unpleasant withdrawal symptoms listed above. This is also the best option for you if you have been in a rehab treatment center before and relapsed. Our physicians will evaluate your medical health and mental health. After they take this information and your history, they will be able to develop a treatment plan specifically for you. After you are finished in the detoxification program, you will begin your treatment with your psychiatrist, psychologist, therapist, or counselor.

Partial Hospitalization Program

Partial hospitalization offers you a program that is as intensive as the inpatient program. Therefore, you may enter this program rather than an inpatient program if you cannot be away from your home and family. The partial hospitalization program is a hospital-based program that can offer you mental health services if you need them. You will receive the same services that are provided in inpatient rehab, including individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, medical services, and treatment for a co-occurring mental health disorder.

To participate in this program, it is essential that you are able to remain sober when you are outside of the treatment center. If this isn’t possible, the inpatient program would be better for you or your loved one.

Outpatient Rehab

If you or your loved one are experiencing a mild drug or alcohol addiction, outpatient rehab is an option for you. You may be highly motivated to stop using your drug of choice. You also may be concerned about being away from your family for several weeks. Outpatient rehab is for you if you meet these circumstances.

Your schedule of meetings and treatments will be very flexible at an outpatient treatment center. Outpatient rehab requires that you attend meetings and therapy sessions between five and seven days per week. These programs require you to spend so much time at the facility that it may be impossible to continue going to school or work.

Sober Living

Sometimes, going from an inpatient program to your home environment isn’t always the best plan. In an inpatient center, you must follow rules and attend all of your meetings, and you may feel as if you are not ready to jump into your old life again. A sober living home is a great alternative to returning home after inpatient treatment.

In sober living homes, you must agree to follow the home’s rules, and you are required to attend your meetings. You also have the support of your peers and the staff. It is a great option that allows you to take tiny steps before you have to return to your old life again.

If you or your loved one are looking for a treatment option for your substance use disorder, contact us today. We will help you find the perfect place to help you overcome your substance use disorder.

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