Have questions about detox? View our
Detox FAQ section!
We offer sub-acute and enhanced sub-acute detox programs that are medically
monitored. These programs support detoxification or “detox”
opiates, and benzodiazepines (“benzos”). The length of our patients’
stays varies based on their individual needs and circumstances; a typical
stay is between 5 and 14 days. This is an alternate method of detox, as
opposed to "rapid detox," for many individuals
Our program is
monitored 24 hours a day, 7 days a week—that's why our patients trust
in our care.
We provide detoxification services for both sexes at our Paterson location,
- Individuals with co-occurring disorders; i.e., mental health disorders
along with substance use
- Women who are pregnant
- Women who have just given birth
Admission Process at Our New Jersey Detox Center
The admissions process is as follows:
- Clearance from the nursing department
- Patient is escorted upstairs
- Medication process begins
Contact our New Jersey drug and alcohol detox center at (973) 380-0905
to begin the admissions process.
What Happens After Detox?
Post-detox, patients will be assessed for continued treatment. At this
time, we will help you decide whether continued treatment should take
place at Turning Point or at another licensed rehabilitation center.
Contact us to learn more about the other treatment programs we offer, including
our short-term residential programs and outpatient treatment services.
Turning Point Offers Treatment For Co-Occurring Disorders
We provide treatment and support for patients with co-occurring disorders—i.e.,
those dealing with substance abuse along with mental health disorders.
These patients are detoxified from alcohol and/or opiates, as well as
stabilized on their psychotropic medications. Our staff includes a physiatrist
to assist patients with their mental and emotional needs.