Opioid Addiction Services
In the United States, drug overdose deaths have increased 58% from 2019 to 2021. Approximately 78% of these deaths involve opioid use. The majority of these deaths could have been prevented with proper treatment.
For successful recovery, medications and therapy are often used together for the greatest success, but there are several options to ensure your success. At Recovery at the Crossroads in New Jersey, we offer several treatment methods for opioid addiction.
Medicated-Assisted Treatment (MAT)
Medicated-assisted treatment, or MAT, uses several medications to alleviate some withdrawal symptoms and cravings for opioids during the beginning stages of treatment. These medications also sustain recovery and prevent overdose by returning the brain chemistry to normal. Suboxone, methadone and buprenorphine are the most commonly used medications for opioid addiction. Medication-assisted treatment may be used for years to fight relapse.
Comprehensive Inpatient Residential Rehab
Inpatient treatment provides the highest level of care for addiction. It treats the individual’s whole body, mind and spirit through group activities, individual therapy, family therapy, detox and health and nutrition. At Recovery at the Crossroads, we remove the individual from daily life while working toward recovery. Our holistic addiction treatment services also include art and music therapy.
Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
Partial hospitalization is an outpatient program that provides comprehensive treatment daily in a treatment center. The individual is allowed to return home each night. This option is ideal for those with young children and family obligations and those who may not need 24-hour supervision. PHP often helps for minor relapses or when you’ve completed an entire inpatient program but still require assistance.
Outpatient rehab is a nonresidential program that allows an individual to live at home and go to work or school while attending therapy sessions in a rehabilitation center. Outpatient rehab is helpful for those with mild addiction and those with a strong support system.
How Addiction Treatment Can Help You Overcome Opioid Addiction
Identifying opioid addiction and seeking treatment is the first step toward recovery from a substance use disorder. This treatment is typically provided in either inpatient or outpatient care and involves medical intervention, counseling and support to help increase the chances of success. The treatment plan varies depending on an individual’s needs but significantly affects recovery. The overall goal of any successful personalized treatment plan is to help the individual return to their work, family and community.
What Families Can Do for Loved Ones Suffering From Opioid Addiction
Any type of addiction can take a toll on families and relationships. However, family support is important in the recovery process of a loved one struggling with opioid addiction. With the assistance of a licensed professional, a home recovery plan helps family members identify signs of a relapse and how to address these issues. Family members can attend group meetings to understand the addiction better and seek out additional individual support groups to connect with others who’ve experienced secondhand addiction.
Start Your Opioid Recovery at Our Rehab in New Jersey
If you or someone you love is struggling with opioid addiction in New Jersey, we can provide the help needed for recovery. Contact us to speak to one of our counselors to learn more about our addiction treatment programs and get answers to some of the most common questions regarding personalized treatment options and plans. We can help you choose which drug rehab program is best for your situation and assist with insurance benefits. Call an intake specialist or fill out our form online to get started.