People across the United States are struggling with substance use disorder. If you or a loved one need mental health and/or substance abuse treatment, you’re not alone.
Alcohol & Drug Rehab Center Options Near Sayreville, New Jersey
If this is your first time seeking professional care for drug treatment, you may feel overwhelmed by treatment options.
Your doctor may talk with you about options including detox, residential treatment, outpatient care, medication-assisted treatment (also referred to as MAT), and/or aftercare.
Medical Drug & Alcohol Detox
Many people are afraid to start the recovery process due to fear of detoxification and withdrawal. When you work with a short-term medical detox team, you’ll be kept as safe and comfortable as possible as your mind and body become prepared for long-term sobriety.
Inpatient Drug Rehab
Residential treatment involves living at the rehab facility and having 24-hour access to care. Inpatient treatment services can address the needs of dual diagnosis/mental health patients, as well as physical health needs.
Outpatient Drug Rehab
During outpatient treatment (also known as intensive outpatient treatment or a partial hospitalization program), you’ll commute to and from the treatment facility each day.
This option is ideal for people who are ready to begin recovery but are unable to take time away from work and/or family responsibilities to attend inpatient treatment.
Opioid & Alcohol Treatment Program
For people who suffer from opioid and alcohol addiction, medication-assisted treatment (MAT) can be a helpful tool to maintain sobriety. MAT includes a combination of behavioral therapy and medications like disulfiram or methadone.
A good rehab program will set you up with a sober-living home, 12-step meetings, ongoing therapy, or other types of support after you complete your treatment.
Find An Addiction Treatment Center Today
We know it can be hard to find the right recovery center for yourself or your loved ones, and we can help.
Call our helpline today to talk with one of our intake specialists about health insurance and treatment (including Medicaid/Medicare), answer questions about rehab, and more. You deserve recovery—reach out to learn more today.