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Princeton Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centers

You or someone you love could be among the number people who struggle with drug addiction in Princeton, New Jersey. A comprehensive treatment program can help you understand how your personal relapse triggers affect you while you learn to address those emotions head-on.

In 2016, a total of 2,312 Mercer County residents were admitted to substance abuse treatment centers.1 Of those, 34% (1,079) sought treatment in an outpatient facility, and 16% (505) chose to receive intensive outpatient care.1 As part of treatment in Princeton or nearby locations, you may learn techniques to identify and adjust your behaviors toward potential relapse triggers.

Relapse triggers can present hurdles for those seeking treatment, especially if you’re exposed to a familiar person, sound, experience, or sight that you associate with drug use. If you decide that outpatient care is the right kind of treatment for you, you may continue to run into potential relapse triggers.

A trigger could be a person, place, or thing that reminds you of the feelings you experienced when using your substance of choice. Like so many others, you may feel that you are unable to overcome your addiction due to your triggers.

Some other examples of triggers include the following:

  • Settings where you may be exposed to drugs or alcohol, such as a concert or bar
  • Unhealthy relationships or connections to people who still use drugs
  • Holidays or positive life events, where you might feel the pressure to be happy
  • Difficult emotions, such as anger or stress, as well as feeling bored or lonely
  • Loss, such as death, divorce, or job termination
  • Onscreen depictions of drinking or drugs
  • Pressure at work

You can get your life back on track with the support of a local or nearby Princeton rehab. Browse our directory or rehabilitation centers to start your journey to a recovery.

Source:

  1. Department of Human Services Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services Office of Planning, Research, Evaluation and Prevention. (2017). New Jersey drug and alcohol abuse treatment substance abuse overview 2016 Mercer County.

Looking for Outpatient Treatment Centers in New Jersey? Outpatient treatment describes all addiction treatment that is not residential. Patients live at home while undergoing rehab.

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