New Jersey actually has a wide array of drug rehab centers, more so than quite a few other states. The drug problem in New Jersey is also quite varied. While the treatment admissions information shows that heroin is the primary drug for the largest percentage of people, there are also indications of marijuana, cocaine and other opiates.
So what should someone look for when searching for a drug rehab center in New Jersey?
There are multiple points to consider in trying to match up the right program for treating addiction. Some of the areas to cover include cost, setting, length of stay, type of rehabilitation offered, licensing and certifications of both the facility as well as the primary treatment staff and counselors, aftercare methods, whether or not it works with your insurance, how big or small the client population is and of course where it is located.
Each one of the categories have their own little nuances or slight variations. This is why we provide a counselor to speak to for people in New Jersey looking for rehab help. You can fill out a contact form for someone to reply to or you may call the local number listed at the top of the page to speak with someone immediately.
Sometimes choosing a rehab center involves prioritizing what parts are most important to you. Is it cost or location, or could it be length of time and type of treatment offered? These are things that we can help you with, but ultimately they are for you to decide so that you’re making the best decision for yourself or your loved one’s unique situation.