Maryville’s outpatient programs offer telehealth services as an alternative to in-person sessions. This helps to alleviate barriers to treatment such as transportation, distance, health issues, and child care. Read more.
Co-occurring Mental Health Treatment
Integrated health care is a crucial piece to Maryville’s treatment and recovery efforts and includes mental health care as indicated. Clients with co-occurring mental health disorders are able to see an Advanced Practice Nurse (APN) for evaluation, medication prescribing and monitoring; as well as a licensed therapist.
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)
Maryville offers Medication Assisted Treatment at every level of care, combining behavioral therapy with medication to treat substance use disorders. Maryville’s residential MAT services utilize Suboxone and Vivitrol as clinically indicated; and Maryville provides parallel care for methadone clients. Discharging residential clients are referred to MAT outpatient providers for continued care. Maryville’s outpatient programs are state-approved to prescribe and monitor MAT medication. Read more.
Certified Peer Recovery Specialist (CPRS) Services
As part of a Recovery Oriented System of Care, Maryville employs Certified Peer Recovery Specialists (CPRSs) with the goal of increasing the potential for – and quality of – long-term recovery from substance use disorder. Peer staff work to engage and retain individuals in treatment and to mobilize recovery support services based on each individual’s needs. Peers play an important role in helping clients advance their wellness and recovery in the community though linkages and support resources. They offer an understanding ear and support from the perspective of someone who has also personally experienced addiction, treatment, and recovery.
Alumni Services’ mission is to support the long-term recovery of Maryville’s clients. The program is open to Maryville clients who have completed any level of care; and current outpatient clients. Services are free and include social activities and events, workshops, volunteer opportunities, support groups, and resources. Read more.
Family Education & Support Group
This free group is open to the public and meets on the first and third Fridays of each month in Turnersville. The group offers mutual support and helps develop coping skills that promote recovery for those who care about a loved one or friend impacted by substance abuse. Education is provided on addiction, recovery, treatment options, family dynamics and roles, and the concept of enabling vs. support. Read more.
Minority AIDS Initiative for High Risk Men of New Jersey
Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine and Maryville have partnered to implement this federally funded project. This project’s purpose is to increase engagement in care for African American and Hispanic men with substance use disorders or co-occurring mental health disorders who are at risk for HIV or are HIV positive. Services include assessment for substance use and co-occurring and mental health disorders, placement into an ASAM level of care, recovery support; and HIV and hepatitis counseling, testing and linkage to care for individuals who test positive.
Placement in Sober Living Environment
In an effort to help clients integrate back into the community while maintaining their recovery, Maryville coordinates referrals and interviews for sober living placements when possible. Sober Living homes offer a safe, supportive, structured group living for individuals in recovery.