Garden Heights was founded by addiction recovery professionals dedicated to helping those in need overcome substance abuse. As a Niznik Behavioral Health facility, we serve communities across New Jersey and the United States. Through our trauma-informed curriculum and supplemental support programs, our clients gain the skills and tools necessary for lifelong sobriety. Addiction is often rooted in emotional trauma or mental health issues. Our comprehensive behavioral health services are specifically designed to help clients address these underlying causes in order to enact healing and self-growth. Through individualized, client-centered care, we empower clients with positive coping mechanisms, life management skills, and other tools for staying dedicated to the recovery journey. Our mission is your success in recovery. We know that overcoming drug and alcohol abuse is a personal journey that continues each day. That’s why we take the time to learn each person’s story, ensuring their treatment regimen caters to their unique needs. The Garden Heights team of therapists, counselors, case managers, and staff members is committed to supporting you throughout your continued recovery.
David Freeman is currently Clinical Director of the Garden Heights outpatient program. He has a Masters in social work from Rutgers University graduating summa cum laude and is credentialed as a licensed clinical social worker and licensed clinical alcohol and drug counselor.More
For those seeking addiction treatment for themselves or a loved one, the DrugAbuse.com helpline is a private and convenient solution.
Calls to any general helpline (non-facility specific 1-8XX numbers) for your visit will be answered by American Addiction Centers (AAC).
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