Outpatient Addiction Treatment in Woodbury, NJ

Addiction wreaks havoc with the body and has the potential to turn a kind, honest person into someone who doesn’t think twice about deceiving loved ones. While it might feel like there’s no end in sight, Recovery at the Crossroads can help. The team at our outpatient rehab in Woodbury, New Jersey, welcomes clients with open arms and provides the love and care they need to heal.

Call us today at 888-342-3881 to speak to one of our friendly addiction specialists.

Drug and Alcohol Statistics in Woodbury, NJ

Heroin and other opiates are by far the most frequent reason people enter treatment centers in Gloucester County. However, alcohol, cocaine and other drugs still pose a significant problem across all demographics. Alcohol accounts for a quarter of all admissions to treatment centers in the area, with the 25-44 age group representing 59% of the people in Gloucester Country rehab centers. 

While there’s a common belief that the majority of people seeking treatment services for alcohol or drug addiction are embroiled in the criminal justice system, this isn’t the case in the Woodbury area. Only 27% come through the courts; however, a staggering 60% fall below the federal poverty level.

The Opioid Crisis in Gloucester County 

There’s a nationwide opioid crisis that’s tearing families apart and ruining lives. Exactly 50% of all admissions to treatment sites in Gloucester County are related to heroin, with a further 10% admitted as a result of other opiates. While addiction to opioids is a severe challenge for those who struggle with the condition, it’s possible for anyone to overcome.

Treatment at Recovery at the Crossroads Drug and Alcohol Rehab

Our approach combines a tight-knit support network, hard work and love with evidence-based therapy and psychoeducation. If you or someone you love is struggling with your relationship to drugs or alcohol, we have the following solutions:

Partial Hospitalization

Our PHP lets clients live at home and continue with their daily routine while dedicating a few hours each day to the rehab facility. 

This recovery program is ideal for individuals who have been to an inpatient rehab program and need a little support stepping back into daily life. It can also be a great opportunity for someone who’s relapsed to get back on track. Clients take part in group therapy, individual counseling and recreational therapy like art or music therapy. 

Intensive Outpatient Treatment

An intensive outpatient program involves spending around 10 hours each week attending counseling. We offer a mixture of individual, group and recreational therapy for clients who are ready to take the next step after a PHP. Although clients have plenty of time to get back into the swing of daily life, they spend enough time in treatment to feel fully supported in their recovery efforts.  

General Outpatient

General outpatient is the final stage of your journey to recovery. This type of alcohol or drug treatment is tailored to each individual depending on their individual needs. This type of treatment program is ideal for those who have finished an IOP but still require weekly support. It’s also a great option for someone who’s concerned that they’re at risk of relapse. 

Celebrating HanukkahJewish and Kosher Rehab

Recovery at the Crossroads is a drug and alcohol treatment center that specializes in Jewish and Kosher health care services. Practicing Jews can expect detox, meals, medical advice and physical and mental health care in addition to regular religious services. 

For many Jews, being surrounded by like-minded individuals who understand your background and culture is key to recovery. We provide the perfect space for community members to put their arms around each other and promote healing.   

New Jersey Addiction Treatment

We treat the following drug abuse disorders in our New Jersey recovery center:

  • Alcohol
  • Heroin
  • Methamphetamine
  • Cocaine
  • Benzodiazepines
  • Prescription opiates 

Addiction Resources in Woodbury, NJ

Addiction is a chronic disease, and recovery is an ongoing process. Once you’ve completed an outpatient program here, we’d recommend that you continue to attend biweekly or monthly behavioral health services at our counseling center. We also strongly advise that you attend group therapy on an ongoing basis, and there are plenty of meetings to attend in the local area.

Alcoholics Anonymous

AA has been helping people in their battle with substance abuse for almost 100 years. The 12-step program is the blueprint for many drug and alcohol treatment programs, providing attendees with accountability, inspiration and a space to listen and share their story. Members who have been with the group for a while take care of new teammates, teaching people the profound impact of giving something back to the community.   

Church of God
111 Baynes Avenue, Gloucester City, NJ 08030
856-456-3364

K.I.S.S. CLUB
818 North Broad Street, Woodbury, NJ 08096
856-848-5477

Narcotics Anonymous

NA is a separate group from AA, but the founding principles are the same. During group sessions, the people in the circle openly discuss their experiences and spend time listening to each other and offering advice and guidance. A counselor oversees each meeting to guide the conversation and help attendees understand themselves.  

Presbyterian Church Woodbury Heights
67 South Broad Street, Woodbury, NJ 08096
856-845-1244

Al-Anon

Addiction is a family disease, and if someone you love has fallen victim to it, there’s a strong chance you’ve suffered from trauma as a result. Psychoactive substances affect the brain, causing behavioral changes and hijacking the personality of the sufferer. While it’s a terrible experience for them, it has a serious impact on the people who love them, too.

Rowan University
201 Mullica Hill Road, Glassboro, NJ 08028
856-256-4000

Drug Rehab Can Change Your Life

Substance abuse treatment is the bridge between a daily battle with drugs or alcohol and sobriety. If you’re ready to make the changes necessary to take back control of your life, call Recovery at the Crossroads at 888-342-3881 today.