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What Is Substance Abuse?

According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, alcohol and drug addiction is defined as recurrent substance use that causes clinically significant impairment. In other words, if you use alcohol or drugs and it’s causing problems in your personal, professional or school life, you should consider seeking treatment.

People develop substance abuse issues for a wide range of reasons, and addiction doesn’t discriminate based on gender, socioeconomic status or race. Instead, a mixture of genetic and environmental factors must be present for the illness to take hold. If you happen to possess this unfortunate combination, you shouldn’t feel guilty or think of alcohol or drug use as a moral failing.

Instead, understand that you need to take additional measures to protect yourself against triggers and stressors. If you don’t have healthy coping mechanisms in place currently, we can help you learn and develop so you understand how to take extra-special care of yourself and enjoy a happy, healthy life.

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Signs and Symptoms of Drug and Alcohol Abuse

For many people in the early stages of researching addiction services, it’s difficult to comprehend the impact substance use is having on their lives. Addiction affects the brain in a specific way, causing you to prioritize substance use as highly as a survival behavior. As such, you’ll go to great lengths to obtain substances.

If you feel guilt or shame as a result of using substances, there’s a good chance you’ll do anything to minimize the issue to yourself and your loved ones. This is why lying and self-deception are so common among people who struggle with addictions.

How Is Drug or Alcohol Addiction Treated?

There’s no single approach to treating addictions and inspiring long-term recovery, but everyone who attends our treatment center is treated with dignity and respect. A supportive, caring environment with addiction specialists is essential for recovery. At our New Jersey rehab, each client is assessed individually to determine their specific requirements and find the perfect mixture of therapeutic approaches to meet their needs.

Drug Treatment

Treatment for drug addiction varies depending on the substance used, the quantity and the duration of use. For people with a relatively mild substance use disorder, outpatient care is usually sufficient. Individuals with more serious SUDs might require intensive outpatient or combination outpatient and sober living care in one of our gender-specific sober living facilities.

People who attend our drug rehab might take part in the following: Group therapy, Individual therapy, Counseling, Holistic therapy, Medication-assisted treatment, or Psychoeducation

Alcohol Treatment

For many people who struggle with an AUD, psychoeducation is a vital part of treatment. This involves learning exactly how intensely heavy drinking affects the brain and body, which many sufferers don’t fully comprehend. Additionally, a common thread among people who abuse alcohol is the idea that life won’t be any fun without it.

Our rehab program shows you exactly how much more fun life can be on the other side of addiction. Other treatments include: Support groups, One-on-one therapy, Counseling, Medication-assisted treatment (MAT), Art therapy, Music therapy, and Experiential therapy.

How We Can Help

Intensive Outpatient Treatment

An intensive outpatient program or IOP rehab as it’s sometimes referred to provides regular support to people who struggle with moderate to severe substance abuse issues. You’ll spend around 10 hours over three or four days at the rehab center, leaving some time free to seek out part-time employment or pursue educational opportunities. You’ll take part in a combination of group and individual therapy, in addition to psychoeducation and experiential therapy.

General Outpatient Programs

When people are in the throes of a serious drug or alcohol dependency, connecting socially with others becomes increasingly challenging. Many sufferers find themselves isolated or otherwise only associating with people in the common pursuit of substance abuse. If you’re still in that place, you probably require the additional support of PHP or IOP care. GOP addiction treatment is ideal for individuals who are confident in their sobriety but understand the need for ongoing maintenance.

Residential Rehab

For people who are in the grips of an intense substance abuse disorder, residential treatment or inpatient rehab is often the best option. Recovery at the Crossroads is a unique treatment center because we offer intensive outpatient services alongside sober living care. This allows you to remove yourself from the triggers and stresses of your daily life and hit the reset button in a safe, highly structured environment that’s designed for recovery.

Partial Hospitalization

Partial care or PHP rehab is an intensive style of addiction treatment that involves spending time at the treatment center every day. Depending on your circumstances and needs, you’ll take part in activities and therapy sessions to help you learn to manage drug or alcohol addiction. These programs are best-suited to individuals who don’t quite meet the criteria for inpatient hospitalization but have a severe SUD.

Dual Diagnosis

Many people who experience addiction also experience mental health issues referred to as dual diagnosis. While it’s difficult to say whether one directly causes the other, there’s undeniably a correlation between the two. If you have an underlying disorder, it’s crucial that it gets treated; otherwise, the chances of relapse are significantly higher. People with conditions such as anxiety, depression, bipolar, and personality disorders often have struggles they can’t resolve internally.

Kosher Treatment Services

The Jewish community faces unique challenges when it comes to addiction treatment. For many years, sobriety issues were treated with skepticism, with some people in the community suggesting that it wasn’t possible for Jewish people to struggle with addiction disorders. The result of this was isolation and confusion for people afflicted with the condition. There’s no place for shame or judgment at Recovery at the Crossroads.

Why Choose Our Programs?

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Alcohol and drug abuse have the power to make you believe you’re helping yourself when you’re actually hurting yourself. Many people who struggle with substance abuse deny the magnitude of their problem, assuring themselves and others that they’re in control, when they’re stuck in an endless cycle. When it comes to alcohol or drug addiction, seeking help from addiction treatment services is the most practical and effective long-term solution.

At our New Jersey alcohol and drug rehab center, you’ll rediscover what it means to feel supported, cared for and loved so you can learn to love yourself. If you or someone you love needs help getting sober, get in touch with Recovery at the Crossroads today at 888-342-3881.

Frequently Asked Questions

Have questions before you get started? Below are a list of the most frequently asked questions we get about our program. If you have additional questions please call our helpline phone number at (888) 342-3881.

Some insurance providers do cover the cost of outpatient rehab, but in some cases, this coverage is limited. Our team can run a private approval with your insurance provider to determine how much coverage you may be eligible for.

Outpatient rehab is best for those who’ve already completed our partial hospitalization program or who have successfully completed an inpatient program at another facility. Outpatient care is designed for those who are prepared to transition back into their own home.

At Recovery at the Crossroads, we treat alcohol and drug addictions, as well as co-occurring substance abuse disorders.

We provide effective outpatient addiction treatment to residents across the great state of New Jersey and the following localities:

We have also written a helpful guide to help you answer the question “how to choose a rehab facility” that you may find helpful.

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