Deciding to get help for a drug or alcohol addiction is one of the most important decisions you or a loved one may ever make. It has the potential to save your life, restore your health, and bring renewed happiness to you and your loved ones. But knowing where to get help and how to find the right treatment center can feel overwhelming.
Start your search for an addiction treatment center in New Jersey today by browsing the facility listings below. Get contact information, program details, and reviews from program alumni to help you may the decision that could change your life.
I have been an employee in the treatment field for a long, and could not be happier to have landed at Enlightened Solutions. The care provided to the patients and resources poured into quality care are second to none. Blessed to have the opportunity to work for such a quality organization!
I having nothing but the highest regard for Alina Lodge and the work that they do, from the admissions personnel, the excellent clinical staff and the food services and maintenance dept. We had lost a son after returning from overseas with severe PTSD, to the demons and drugs. One of our other sons after returning from overseas as well was also struggling with the same demons and PTSD. We tried several 14-30 day programs and one that is offered by the VA. None of them worked and we were at wits end and feared the worst again, death or possibly arrested. Our son was directed to Alina Lodge and we Thank God everyday for that opportunity as it put him on the correct path where he is sober, went to college and is now working on his Masters . Well let me tell you however, at first he wasn't happy there, the phone was taken away, freedom was taken away, and he had to commit and surrender plus follow all the rules or be removed from the program. He did submit as he knew he needed to get away from the addiction but the first few months were hard and eventually got into the program and allowed himself to be vulnerable and accept that he was an addict. That's when the healing started which lasted a total of just over 11 months. Our son is doing well as I stated and is currently working on his masters, works and has a home. He is active with helping veterans throughout our area as he has a special bond with them and their needs. Once again we Thank God everyday for our son having the chance to attend such an outstanding facility with staff that has your loved ones safety, health and sobriety as their most important goal. In closing I just want to say we have the deepest respect for the entire staff at Alina Lodge
Very clean. Professional. Care about the people as if they are family. Highly recommend!!!
In 2016, more than 76,000 people were admitted to a substance abuse treatment program in New Jersey and this number has been steadily increasing over the years.1,2
The rate of drug overdose deaths in New Jersey also continues to rise year after year. Most recent data show 1,454 deaths in 2015, a 16% increase from the previous year.3
There are noticeable trends in substance abuse treatment in New Jersey, with data showing higher admissions in the eastern counties of the state. Ocean, Monmouth, and Middlesex counties have some of the highest numbers of admits, while the northwestern counties of Sussex, Warren, and Hunterdon show a considerably lower number of admissions.1
Heroin and alcohol were the major drugs of abuse fueling treatment admissions in NJ in 2016, at 43% and 27% respectively.1
If you or a loved one is suffering from drug or alcohol addiction, it’s not too late to get help. There are so many options available to you, with more than 1,000 rehab facilities located in New Jersey alone.4
The directory listings on this page can help you find reputable treatment centers in New Jersey and across the country. You can browse by state or city and learn more about the available treatment options and program amenities. You can also call to speak with a caring admissions navigator at 1-877-628-5349 to ask specific questions you may have and to connect with a treatment center.
You can also reach out to your family healthcare provider(s) to help you find the necessary resources to start recovery in a safe environment that meets your needs.
If you’ve picked a NJ rehab center but aren’t sure how you’re going to pay for your program, there are several options you can try:
There may also be nonprofit treatment centers located in New Jersey that offer programs at very little or no cost. See the resources list below to learn about the availability of these programs.