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Jersey City Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centers

In the United States, many cities are home to citizens who struggle with issues of substance dependence and abuse. Jersey City, New Jersey is no exception.

Since substance abuse can wreak havoc on the lives of drug users, many seek treatment to mitigate the negative effects of drug use and get sober. In fact, the number of drug users seeking treatment for substance abuse has risen in New Jersey. In a single day in 2011, 31,777 people in NJ were enrolled in substance abuse treatment; by 2015, a total of nearly 37,000 people in the state were enrolled in similar programs in a single day.1 In Hudson County, which contains Jersey City, 3,708 people were admitted to treatment programs in 2014, a rate of approximately 566 people out of every 100,000.2

The rise of enrollment in treatment programs suggests that drug users are requesting the assistance they need in order to break free from addiction. However, not all treatment programs are the same; it is important to determine which plan works best for the specific person.

For example, one option is long-term inpatient treatment in a therapeutic community. In this program, the drug user lives at the facility receiving 24-hour care that is provided in a non-hospital setting. Often, the length of stay ranges from 6 to 12 months and promotes resocialization of the drug user by focusing on responsibility, accountability, and the importance of developing a socially productive life.3

Another potential treatment plan is an outpatient program, which allows the drug user to return home every evening. This option is often less costly but provides fewer services. During this program, the recovering user often attends group counseling and may receive treatment for mental health problems along with drug addiction treatment.

Before enrolling in a specific treatment program, it is important to consider the situation and needs of the drug user. While an outpatient program may suit those with substantial support networks as well as those who wish to continue working, it might not be the best choice for those with serious addictions who are unable to stop using without 24/7 care. In addition, inpatient care may be tailored to those in the criminal justice system, those struggling with severe mental health problems, and homeless people.

If you are searching for the program that is right for you or a loved one in Jersey City, New Jersey or elsewhere in the country, browse our directory for a comprehensive list of options.

Sources:

  1. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2017). Behavioral Health Barometer: New Jersey, Volume 4.
  2. Department of Human Services Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services. (2017). New Jersey Chartbook of Substance Abuse.
  3. National Institute on Drug Abuse. (2018). Types of Treatment Programs.

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Researching Jersey City Treatment Centers It's possible that some people who enter Jersey City drug rehab programs have no idea that the drugs they were using were considered illegal and incredibly dangerous. After all, according to an article published in the online version of the Jersey Journal, there are areas of Jersey City in which drugs are sold in plain sight. In one drug bust alone, 102 vials of cocaine, 107 bags of heroin and one bag of marijuana were all captured by police.

Despite the fact that the drugs were prevalent, and traded openly, these people still realized that the substances were dangerous, and they chose to get help. You can do it, too.

The Need for Being Admitted Into Treatment

Living with an addiction is a lot like living with a terrible secret. On the outside, you might seem certain of yourself, and you might even seem angry or hostile when people even mention the possibility of rehab. On the inside, however, you might have a sneaking suspicion that the drugs you're using are problematic. In fact, you might have even tried to quit on your own and found that you were unable to do so. While you might not be willing to open up to your family and friends about your fears, you might feel more comfortable speaking to experts at a rehab facility. You'll know you're not being judged for your revelations, and you'll know that everything you tell your therapist will be used only to help you to get better.

Must I Join a Support Group?

Most rehab programs will ask you to participate in a support group, such as Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous. These groups can provide you with:

  • Lessons provided by other addicts in recovery
  • Access to role models in recovery
  • The opportunity to mentor someone new to sobriety
  • Chances to volunteer in your community

All of these benefits might help you to stay sober, long after your formal treatment program is complete.

Locating Rehabilitation Programs in Jersey City

Finding a Jersey City drug treatment facility might be as easy as calling your doctor and asking for help. Many family physicians keep track of the facilities in the area, and they're quite comfortable referring their patients that need help.

However, you can also benefit from calling us. We can explain how each program works, and help you choose between a few different types of facilities in Jersey City that could provide you with care.

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