Passaic County

Addiction Resources in Passaic County

In the state of New Jersey, physicians wrote over 2 million opioid prescriptions in just the first six months of 2021. In the first five months of that year, 1,626 people died of opioid overdoses. The most telling statistic states that 8,391 people were administered naloxone from January 1 to July 31 of this year. Naloxone is a medication that reverses the effects people experience during an opioid overdose. These statistics tell us that the opioid crisis is alive and well in New Jersey.

Passaic County was one of the hardest hit this year. A total of 2,621 residents of Passaic County entered treatment centers in 2019 for heroin use. In addition to that, 237 people entered treatment centers for help with addictions to other opiates. Interestingly, 71% of people treated for drug use were treated in Passaic County.

More people were treated in Passaic County than any other county in New Jersey, so Passaic County appears to be having the biggest opioid and drug problem in the state. Fortunately, Passaic County residents have addiction treatment centers near them. If you are having difficulties with an alcohol or drug addiction, North Jersey Rehabs can offer you the following help:

Alcohol Rehab

North Jersey Rehabs are fully functioning treatment centers for alcohol use disorder. When you first enter the facility, you or your loved one will need to go through the detoxification process. Through this process, we can help your body remove all of the remnants of alcohol. Because it can be uncomfortable or even dangerous to undergo this process by yourself, our physicians and nurses will be with you from start to finish.

Ceasing the use of alcohol causes unpleasant withdrawal symptoms, so our physicians prescribe medications that relieve these symptoms. Then, you can go through the process without experiencing too much discomfort.

The detoxification process is not a treatment for alcohol use disorder. Treatment is what comes after you are finished with the detox process. In alcohol rehab, your therapists and psychologists will take your history, and the physicians will perform a medical examination. With this information, they can develop a treatment plan that will address your psychological addiction to alcohol. This is when you will attend therapy sessions throughout the day.

Drug Rehab

You don’t have to enter the detox program at North Jersey Rehabs, but this is the best plan for treating your drug addiction. That’s because heroin, cocaine, and other drugs also cause withdrawal symptoms when you suddenly stop ingesting them. The experience can be so undesirable that you are very likely to fail. To prevent this, we offer a drug detox program for many other substances as well.

Therapy will be the next part of rehabilitation treatment. If our psychiatrists diagnose you with a co-occurring mental health disorder, they will treat you for this condition. At the same time, our psychologists and therapists will treat you for your psychological addiction to heroin or other substances. This includes several types of therapy, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, support groups, and individual therapy.

Medical Detox

Medical detox at North Jersey Rehabs is safe and therapeutic. You or your loved one will remain at the facility for 24 hours a day. Since the substances you have been taking may cause serious withdrawal symptoms, our physicians and nurses will observe you. If you begin to experience a particularly dangerous moment, the physicians and nurses will address it right away. This wouldn’t be possible if you refuse to enter a detoxification program at a treatment center.

Inpatient Rehab

If your loved one has been struggling with an addiction for several years, the best place for him or her is an inpatient rehab program. A long-term, serious addiction requires highly intense treatment. This isn’t always what people like to hear, but sometimes, inpatient treatment is the only option. Inpatient rehab requires you or your loved one to live at the facility. Then, you or your loved one will not have the option of seeking your drugs of choice. Instead, you will need to begin to learn to lean on your support system and learn new ways to tolerate your cravings.

If you or your loved one would be in danger of relapsing and going after your drugs of choice, the inpatient rehab program is necessary for you. In an inpatient rehab center, you will have the ability to take your recovery even further. Then, you can obtain therapy that will help you understand your addiction and prevent you from relapsing in the future.

Partial Hospitalization Program

Partial hospitalization programs don’t require that you live at the facility, so they are one step below inpatient programs. In fact, partial hospitalization builds upon the lessons that you learn in inpatient rehab. Therefore, if you are looking for an appropriate place after you or your loved one leaves an inpatient program, partial hospitalization is a possibility. Partial hospitalization continues what was presented to you in inpatient rehab and takes it even further toward recovery.

Partial hospitalization is an excellent choice for you if you were in inpatient rehab. Rather than go home, you will be in a place where you will have structure and more care than you can receive in other outpatient programs. The partial hospitalization program monitors you very closely, so you will have a tremendous amount of support.

Outpatient Rehab

You are ready for outpatient treatment if you do not require a high amount of supervision throughout the day. If you or your loved one were in inpatient rehab and are currently stable, this program would be for you. Outpatient rehab is also a treatment program for someone with a mild addiction. Outpatient rehab may be able to accommodate you as you return to work or school.

Sober Living

A sober living home is an option for residents of inpatient rehab treatment centers. The sober living home provides an environment that is free of drugs or alcohol. It is also a safe place for you or your loved one to get ready to enter the community once again. They also continue the residents’ therapy sessions as they become accustomed to being more independent.

If you are looking for treatment for alcohol or drug use disorder, contact us at North Jersey Rehabs, and we will set you on the right path today.

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