If you struggle with drug and alcohol addiction and are seeking substance abuse treatment, you’ve come to the right place. Maryville Addiction Treatment Center has provided drug rehab in NJ for over 70 years. Using a holistic, evidence-based approach, our drug rehab offers a full continuum of care that includes detox, short and long-term residential, intensive outpatient treatment (IOP) and outpatient treatment, peer recovery support, aftercare planning, alumni services, and family support.
At Maryville Addiction Treatment Center, we individualize your drug rehab based on your specific needs, whether it’s recovery from opioids, alcohol, or other addictive substances. We help our clients address their substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders, so they can reclaim their lives.
If you’re suffering from substance abuse and want help finding hope, health, and healing with alcohol and drug rehab in NJ, contact Maryville today.
Addictions We Treat
Our drug rehab offers addiction treatment services for a variety of addictive substances, from cocaine to alcohol addiction. No matter what substance you’re dependent on, we’ll customize your substance abuse treatment to help you achieve long-term recovery.
Below are the types of substances our drug rehab in NJ addresses.
Opioids are a common type of drug that healthcare providers prescribe for pain relief. However, opioids have a high potential for addiction, even when someone is initially taking the drug as a prescription. The most common types of drug abuse we treat include the following:
Our drug rehab in NJ includes multiple types of treatment so you can receive the addiction treatment services best suited for your needs. Whether you choose residential or outpatient treatment, we can help you achieve recovery from your drug abuse.
Alcohol addiction or Alcoholism is a type of addiction that manifests in different ways. For example, this disease might include heavy drinking every day, or it might involve binge drinking followed by a period of sobriety.
Potential signs of alcohol addiction include the following:
- Increased quantity or frequency of use
- Drinking at inappropriate times
- Dependence on alcohol for daily function
- Depression or other mental health issues in conjunction with alcohol use
At Maryville Addiction Treatment Center, we’ll help you find freedom from your alcohol addiction so you can take back control of your life.
Methamphetamines are highly addictive drugs that affect the central nervous system. This type of drug abuse can lead to severe dental problems, memory loss, extreme weight loss, and paranoia, among other consequences.
The most common types of methamphetamine addictions we treat with our drug rehab in NJ includes:
Cocaine is an illegal substance that produces feelings of euphoria. However, the drug has substantially harmful effects on nearly every part of the body. Once you begin taking cocaine, it often leads to substance abuse because your brain receives abnormal dopamine levels, which reprograms its reward system. This results in the need for a higher quantity of drugs to achieve the same high you experienced before.
While commonly believed to be a harmless drug, now legal in many states, marijuana can lead to a substance use disorder. This disorder appears as a dependence on the drug that can result in withdrawal symptoms when usage stops. If you can’t stop using marijuana despite the negative impacts it’s having on your life, you likely have a substance use disorder that requires drug rehab.
Also referred to as sedatives or tranquilizers, benzodiazepines are typically prescribed for anxiety, insomnia, and seizures. When taken in higher volume or longer than prescribed, or when withdrawal symptoms are present, it’s likely the drug has led to addiction.
The most common types of benzodiazepines we treat at our drug rehab in Washington Township, NJ include the following:
Fentanyl is a synthetic painkiller that is cheaper to produce and thus more dangerous than other painkillers. Cheap production and high potency put the user at higher risk for abuse and overdose. Fentanyl has harmful physiological effects such as hallucinations, depression, weight loss, and death.
Types of Addiction Treatment
At Maryville Addiction Treatment Center, we understand that no two people and no two addictions are the same. Our admissions staff will talk with you to determine the most appropriate level of care whether you struggle with opioids or alcohol addiction. A Maryville counselor will conduct a thorough assessment before beginning substance abuse treatment, partnering with you to develop a personalized treatment plan that prioritizes your goals. Together, we will determine the path of recovery that fits you best to encourage long-term recovery from alcohol or drug addiction.
You can access addiction treatment services on a residential and/or outpatient basis. Below, we’ll outline each of our drug rehab options so you can better understand what we offer at Maryville Addiction Treatment Center.
Medication Assisted Treatment
Medication Assisted Treatment, or MAT, is an evidence-based practice that uses medication and behavioral therapy to help relieve withdrawal symptoms during the detox process of drug addiction, as well as ongoing cravings after detox. MAT includes individually tailored treatment plans that help our clients achieve sustainable recovery and regain control of their lives. It may be used as part of a long-term plan if desired.
MAT is proven to have many benefits, including improved survival rates, increased retention in treatment, increased ability to gain and maintain employment, and more.
At Maryville Addiction Treatment Center, we provide FDA-approved Suboxone and Vivitrol in combination with individual and group therapy. MAT is offered at all levels of our drug rehab in NJ.
Medically Monitored Withdrawal Management (Detox)
Our inpatient addiction treatment in Washington Township, NJ includes medically monitored withdrawal management. This allows you to detox from drug and alcohol addiction safely while medical professionals monitor your progress and help to make you more comfortable. Our detox has physicians available as well as a 24-hour onsite nursing department to ensure you are well taken care of, no matter the time of day.
While in our detox program, you’ll receive individual counseling to help promote mental health and long-term recovery. We also offer peer support services so you can talk with someone who understands what you’re going through.
Residential addiction treatment provides a structured setting where you are away from distracting factors that could negatively impact your treatment and recovery. Maryville has two residential facilities. Maryville’s Williamstown, NJ campus serves both men and women in separate living quarters and is located on 40 wooded acres in rural Gloucester County, offering the opportunity for substance abuse treatment to occur in a peaceful, natural environment.
Maryville at Post House is our second residential location and serves men in Pemberton, Burlington County. Both locations offer medically monitored withdrawal management and short-term residential treatment. Maryville at Post House also offers long-term residential treatment.
Short-term and long-term residential addiction treatment includes:
- Group and individual counseling
- Family counseling when indicated
- Onsite 12 Step and alternative meetings
- 24-hour onsite nursing department and access to physicians
- Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)
- Co-occurring mental health treatment
- Health and disease education, treatment and referral
- Education on relapse prevention, social skills, coping skills, and anger management
- Certified Peer Recovery Specialist (CPRS) support services
- Therapeutic recreation
We tailor our addiction treatment to your needs, preferences, and life responsibilities. During your stay, your primary counselor will work with you to develop a roadmap that is realistic for your life, so you have the best chance to achieve and sustain long-term recovery.
Outpatient/Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
During outpatient and intensive outpatient addiction treatment, you are able to attend treatment while continuing to meet your day-to-day life responsibilities. Outpatient and IOP operate similarly, with IOP consisting of more frequent treatment sessions. With outpatient locations in Turnersville and Vineland, NJ, group and individual counseling as well as Medication Assisted Treatment services are available in-person and via telehealth.
You will have a choice of morning or evening groups; and individual sessions will be scheduled at a mutually convenient time. These options for our addiction treatment services help eliminate barriers such as transportation, child care, and health-related concerns.
Insurance and Payment
At Maryville, we accept Medicaid and all private insurance; and we are in-network with most major insurance carriers. When you call our admissions department, we’ll verify your insurance provider and explain your coverage, deductibles, and any out-of-pocket expenses.
If you don’t have insurance, you can still receive drug rehab in NJ. Our admissions staff will help determine whether you qualify for Medicaid or other funding; and will assist you in the enrollment process. We also offer a sliding scale fee system based on income.
We have drug rehab centers throughout NJ, including:
Inpatient Drug Rehab
Outpatient Drug Rehab
Outpatient telehealth is also an option.
Areas We Serve
We provide drug rehab for residents throughout all of New Jersey. Physical locations include:
Why Maryville Addiction Treatment Center?
Maryville Addiction Treatment Center, with more than 70 years of service, is the longest operating nonprofit addiction services organization in the state of New Jersey. We are considered a leader in drug rehab and co-occurring mental health disorders.
Maryville Addiction Treatment Center is licensed by the state of New Jersey, accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), and a member of the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers.
In addition to treatment, Maryville also provides recovery support via Certified Peer Recovery Specialists, a Family Education and Support Group, and an Alumni Services program.
To reach our admissions specialists, call 855-823-3428. We look forward to helping you take back control of your life with our drug rehab NJ.