Drug Treatment Programs
New Jersey Drug Rehabilitation Center
Addiction is a seemingly impossible disease that affects millions of people worldwide. Alcohol and drugs do irreparable damage to the human body and typically effects the user’s brain chemistry in ways that create dependency problems affecting how an individual functions. Situations and circumstances that used to seem normal now feel abnormal with the addict looking for escape or relief
However, it is never too late to receive the help you need when it comes to addiction. If you or someone you know is suffering from any form of addiction the sooner help is sought out the better the chances of survival and recovery.
Some common forms of addiction include:
Give the Turning Point, Inc. offices a call today at (973) 380-0905 to begin the road to recovery.
Available Options with Our New Jersey Rehab Professionals
While the obvious solution may be to simply stop using alcohol or drugs, this is not always as easy as it sounds. Due to the overwhelming dependency that many people feel towards a particular drug it becomes almost impossible to independently separate. This becomes especially true when there is a physical dependency involved in the situation because the individual detoxing could suffer major bodily harm from stopping their drug use.
No matter the dependency level, or the addiction, our New Jersey rehab professionals are here to help those in need. Once the detox process is complete, that is not the end of the road in terms of recovery. Battling drug addiction becomes a lifelong battle that must be treated and our professionals are equipped to help each individual by introducing various treatment programs depending on the individuals preferred lifestyle to remain abstinent from drugs and/or alcohol.
These treatment programs include:
- Family Wellness Programs
- Halfway House Placement
- Detox Withdraw management
- Outpatient Treatment
- Intensive Outpatient Program
- Short Term Residential Treatments
- Transitional Living Programs
Contact us today to begin the recovery process.