If drug or alcohol addiction is affecting your professional and personal life, Collingswood has a number of excellent drug abuse facilities to help you or someone you care about. Whether addicted to Inhalant, opioids, pain pills or alcohol, we can help you connect with rehabilitation to get the top help available. You can even find executive or private treatment in Collingswood to make rehab as easy as possible.
I absolutely had a wonderful experience with everyone at RAC. Alyssa was an extremely patient and kind therapist. Everyone was great there. I cannot thank them enough for all of their help.
I am confident that were it not for Alina, my loved one would have succumbed to the disease of addiction. After a little more than a year he is restored to health and hopeful for his future. Alina helped us to understand the disease and its impact on not only the addict; but the family as well. Addict turned student (although some time reluctantly); we know that our student possess the tools and desire to remain sober. His brain has been given a chance to heal with free time and reflection as well as develop bonds with others in the community. Rules exist to enable training and discipline and from what I experienced the style was not punitive. We are grateful to Alina for having restored him to sanity and acknowledge the effort and dedication of the Alina team to remain true to their methodology that has provided many others before with peace and serenity. We are again hopeful! As far as the physical facility and food, some buildings are older but maintained and the food seemed nutritionally balanced.
I was in the treatment facility almost two years ago. I completed and was doing great. Unfortunately I relapsed and was fortunate to get into the program again. Well I messed up and wasn't ready. So unfortunately for me I left. Now I am no longer allowed to seek treatment at Seabrook which is unfortunate for me. It's been almost two years. I would think I would have been forgiven. I'm a addict. But I reached out for help and was told no. I don't understand that. Isn't that what this facility is all about? Helping the addict work on getting clean. I'm killing myself and my mom. I'm lost with no help. I just want you to know I needed a chance and didn't think I would be banned because of a stupid decision on my part to leave. I just want you to know you could be a chance for someone to make it or die. Just wanted to let you know.