Maryville Addiction Treatment Center has served residents in the greater Williamstown area for over 70 years. Our clinically proven, evidence-based approach gives our clients the best possible chance of attaining recovery and reclaiming their lives.
We customize our addiction treatment programs to fit each client’s unique priorities and needs. At our Williamstown, NJ facility, we offer the following:
- Medically-monitored detox
- Medication-assisted treatment (MAT)
- Short-term residential treatment
Each of these addiction services combines medical care and counseling to address the physical and psychological components of addiction, which increases your chances of sustained recovery.
No one should fight addiction alone, and at Maryville Addiction Treatment Center, you don’t have to. If you’re seeking freedom from addiction, call our admissions staff in Williamstown, NJ today.
Addictions We Treat
Whether you’re seeking freedom from alcohol use disorder, opioid addiction, or methamphetamine dependence, our addiction treatment in Williamstown, NJ, is here to support you through every step of your recovery. Our multidisciplinary team is comprised of skilled, compassionate medical professionals experienced in treating a variety of substance use disorders.
Below is a detailed list of some of the drug addictions we treat.
Opioid use disorder is an epidemic in the United States. It’s common for those who are prescribed opioid-based painkillers to develop a tolerance to their dosage and require a higher dose to maintain their level of pain relief. This raises the likelihood of dependency.
Some examples of opioid addictions Maryville treats include:
Detoxing from these drugs can be extremely difficult. At Maryville, we provide medication-assisted and medically-monitored withdrawal management (detox) to help make this process easier.
In addition to binge drinking, alcoholism can also present in the following ways:
- Increased consumption or frequency of consumption
- Drinking at inappropriate times
- Dependence on alcohol for daily function
- Poor mental health or depression from alcohol abuse.
Whether you’ve struggled with alcoholism for many years or recently noticed increased dependence, our addiction treatment programs in Williamstown, NJ can help.
Methamphetamines are powerful, synthetic, stimulant drugs that—like many other stimulants—alter the brain to need more and more of the substance to experience a high. They’re often made and sold illegally, but there are also FDA-approved methamphetamine-based medications sometimes prescribed by doctors to treat ADHD.
Methamphetamine addiction can cause serious health issues such as dental degradation and dangerously low weight, along with mental issues like memory loss and dangerously low weight.
We treat addiction to several forms of these drugs, including:
Powdered cocaine and crack cocaine (a rock form) are extremely addictive, illegal stimulant drugs. Both versions of the drug increase dopamine levels in the brain, rewiring it to require increasingly higher levels of dopamine to achieve euphoria. This pattern usually leads to addiction, which may manifest as:
- Loss of appetite
- Increased blood pressure
- Chronic nosebleeds
- Respiratory issues
At Maryville Addiction Treatment Center, we have experience in helping individuals achieve recovery from addiction to these harmful substances. Contact us today to learn more about our addiction treatment programs.
Marijuana is currently legal in New Jersey and is even prescribed to treat symptoms associated with certain medical conditions. However, using marijuana too frequently or in high quantities can result in marijuana use disorder. You may have this disorder if your marijuana use is interfering with your daily life or if you begin to experience withdrawal when you stop using it for extended periods.
Withdrawal symptoms may include:
- Irritability or mood swings
- Insomnia or disturbed sleep
- Reduced appetite
- Cravings for the drug
- Physical discomfort with no clear cause
If you believe you’re struggling with marijuana use disorder and in need of help, our addiction treatment center in Williamstown, NJ is ready to assist you.
Benzodiazepines, also known as tranquilizers, are psychoactive drugs that are typically prescribed to individuals struggling with anxiety, insomnia, and seizures. Though addiction most often occurs when taken in higher volume or for longer than prescribed, you can also develop a dependence on prescribed dosages.
Some examples of benzodiazepine addictions we treat include:
Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid often prescribed by doctors for pain management. It’s inexpensive to produce, highly potent, and widely available via both pharmacies and illicit sources. These factors make it highly addictive and very dangerous for the user. Fentanyl has a number of unpleasant and harmful effects on the body and mind, including reduced lung capacity, hallucinations, severe weight loss, and—in some cases—death.
Types of Addiction Treatment
At Maryville Addiction Treatment Center, we believe personalized addiction treatment is the best way to overcome addiction and achieve sustained recovery. Your treatment begins with a screening conducted by our admissions staff, followed by a complete health exam by a registered nurse, then you will meet with one of our licensed counselors to work on your goals. Based on this assessment and your goals, we’ll create an addiction treatment plan together that is tailored to your priorities and needs.
We offer residential options for addiction treatment in Williamstown, NJ. The details of each addiction treatment option are covered in the sections below.
Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is an evidence-based approach that can be used at any level of treatment. In detox, it helps alleviate withdrawal symptoms and curb cravings. Our residential, intensive outpatient (IOP), and outpatient addiction treatment programs offer FDA-approved medications such as Suboxone and Vivitrol to help with sustained recovery. MAT treatment is conducted in combination with behavioral therapy to address the underlying reasons for your substance abuse and to help with coping methods. For those on methadone, our treatment staff work in collaboration with Methadone providers in order to ensure a consistent, comprehensive and safe experience for our clients.
MAT produces higher survival and recovery rates; and helps clients regain control over their lives and maintain long-term sobriety. Maryville offers MAT at all levels of addiction treatment in Williamstown, NJ as well as our other locations.
Medically-Monitored Withdrawal Management (Detox)
Detox clients are monitored by our team of skilled nurses and physicians to ensure a safe experience. Maryville’s onsite nursing department is available 24/7 to help make you as comfortable as possible. This level of care averages 4-5 days but may vary depending on each individual’s needs. Upon completion, Maryville’s detox clients are prioritized for admission to the short-term residential program, which allows for a smooth transition to the next level of care.
Short-term Residential Treatment
Our inpatient addiction treatment campus in Williamstown, NJ provides a peaceful and natural environment free of distractions so you can focus on your recovery. We provide you with a structured schedule, care, and counseling so you can detox, reflect, and recharge with as few stressors as possible.
Our residential addiction treatment programs include the following services:
- Group and individual counseling
- Family counseling, when possible and appropriate
- Onsite 12 Step and alternative support group meetings
- Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)
- Health and disease education
- Medical care and coordination of/transportation to specialty physicians
- Education on relapse prevention, social skills, coping skills, and anger management
- Certified Peer Recovery Specialist (CPRS) support services
- Therapeutic recreation
- Referrals and linkages
Outpatient/Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
Our outpatient and intensive outpatient programs (IOP) allow you to receive addiction treatment while tending to your daily responsibilities. The main difference between outpatient and IOP is the number of counseling sessions you attend. IOP may also include life skills classes to help you become more self-sufficient.
You can schedule your appointments in the morning or evening to fit your schedule and choose between individual or group therapy sessions. Additionally, we offer many of our services over telehealth, so you can attend your appointments and counseling sessions from anywhere. This way, factors like lack of transportation or child care are less likely to be an obstacle to your recovery.
Our outpatient treatment centers are located in Turnersville, Vineland.
Insurance and Payment
At Maryville, we accept Medicaid and private insurance, and we’re in-network for many major insurance providers. We also offer an income-based sliding scale fee system to help make your addiction treatment as affordable as possible.
Before you begin treatment, someone on our admissions team will help you navigate the insurance and payment process. First, we’ll review your coverage, including deductible fees and out-of-pocket expenses. If your addiction treatment isn’t fully covered, we’ll help you explore payment alternatives, such as financial assistance so you can get addiction treatment no matter your financial status.
Inpatient Drug Rehab
Outpatient Drug Rehab
Areas We Serve
We provide addiction treatment to locations throughout NJ.
Why Maryville Addiction Treatment Center?
Maryville Addiction Treatment Center is New Jersey’s longest-operating nonprofit addiction treatment organization. Over the last 70 years, we’ve expanded our services to offer a full continuum of care to people with substance use and/or co-occurring mental health disorders. Across our location we offer the following levels of care for addiction treatment: detox, short-term and long-term residential, intensive outpatient (IOP), and outpatient, as well as co-occurring mental health treatment and Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT).
Maryville 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.
Call us today to speak with an admissions specialist about obtaining addiction treatment in Williamstown, NJ.