Choosing to visit our rehabilitation facilities for substance abuse treatment services means choosing a team with decades of experience guiding patients through every step of recovery. We take time to get to know you, your addiction history and your future goals to create a personalized treatment plan.
Our Services for Addiction Treatment
Our approach to treating substance use disorders focuses on helping you identify what led to your initial decision to start using drugs. Even if there’s no single answer, drug abuse can only be truly addressed when mental health treatment is involved. We combine proven behavioral therapies with modern medication-assisted treatment (MAT) to provide the best recovery experience.
Drug and Alcohol Addiction Withdrawals With a Jewish Community
We are proudly one of the only Jewish-focused rehabilitation centers in the Northeast. So when you are ready to travel back, join a Jewish fellowship and us. As part of the recovery journey, we will implement tactics and methodologies attributing Jewish pracrices and beliefs.
No one should go through addiction and recovery alone. And if you are of Jewish faith and want to glorify yourself with God’s word and work, then there is no better home than Recovery at the Crossroads.
Dual Diagnosis for Mental Health Issues
A large part of substance abuse treatment is helping guests like you overcome mental health concerns such as anxiety, depression, OCD, PTSD and bipolar disorder. Known as co-occurring disorders, addiction and mental illness feed off each other and can make the symptoms of one or the other more intense. It’s common for substance abuse to begin as a means of self-medicating against mental illness symptoms, which only serves to make the condition worse once you sober up.
Getting Away for Residential Treatment
To get the most out of treatment, you should plan to commit as much time as possible. An easy way to fully immerse yourself in treatment is through a residential treatment program at our NJ treatment center. We can help you plan travel based on your preferences and transportation access, all to help you recover in residential treatment.
EMDR and Behavioral Therapy Approaches
Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy (EMDR) is used to help victims of trauma unlock and process the memories and emotions that were locked away within the brain. In addition to cognitive-behavioral therapy, EMDR can give guests a new mindset free of subconscious trauma and unaddressed feelings by the end of their treatment program.