List of Drug Rehabs and Alcohol Treatment in New Jersey
How to find drug and alcohol treatment in New Jersey can be very difficult. We have provided a Solutions-Based Directory for you to find rehabs that are affordable, low cost, no cost, insurance accepted, state funded as well as self pay. You can find out the way to get off heroin, cocaine, meth, ecstasy, painkillers, pills, xanax, marijuana and alcohol. Most treatment facilities either provide detox or work closely with a detox facility in New Jersey. Sober living facilities can be found in New Jersey.
Outpatient, residential, extended care, men's or women's, Christian, faith based, outdoor wilderness, dual diagnosis, mental health, behavioral health, detox and long term care are available to you in New Jersey.
New Jersey is known for the widespread epidemic of meth ( ice, crystal, glass, crank, methampetamine, tweak, tweek .) Treatment and detox for meth is becoming more and more popular in recent years. If you or someone you know needs help finding rehab or detox for meth, be sure to fill out our rapid response form on any page of this site. We are dedicated to the fight against meth. Meth is a dangerous drug that brutally kills people and ruins lives.
Heroin and opiates are all-too-often treated with methadone in large populations like Newark and Trenton. Detox and treatment for heroin ( dope, horse, smack, h ) is available to assist people with returning to a normal lifestyle without constantly relying on maintenance drugs like methadone and Suboxone. Another major area of concern for people in New Jersey are the synthetic drugs like Oxycontin ( Oxy ), Roxicet ( Roxy ), and Oxycodone. Recovery is possible and a new life can be found by simply completing the simple form below. We will help you find the proper detox for heroin and opiates.
Want to know if your insurance will be accepted at a treatment center? Whether you have Blue Cross / Blue Shield (BCBS), Aetna, United Health Care, Humana, Assurant, Unicare, Anthem, Carefirst, Cigna, Asuris Northwest Health, Celtic Insurance, Fortis, Golden Rule, Health Net, Kaiser, Shelter, Vista, Wellpoint, Accordia or even Medicaid, Tri Care, and state funded insurance – we can usually help you find what you are looking for. We work closely with thousands of facilities that accept insurance, whether it be in network or out of network. If you don’t have insurance, many facilities are now offering payment plans, financing, and some even offer scholarships.
Although New Jersey has the second-lowest suicide rate in the nation, a new hotline has received roughly 300 calls since it was launched May 1, according to Philly.com. New Jersey's suicide rate for people ages 35 to 64 increased 31 percent from 1999 to 2010, and as a result the New Jersey Department of Human Services spent $648,981 to create ... (more)
The state Economic Development Authority awarded $698 million in tax incentives, grants and loans to 228 projects last year, according to a year-end summary released today by the agency tasked with spurring economic growth in New Jersey.
Gov. Chris Christie and his family are starring in tv commercials kicking off a tourism campaign that puts emphasis on the rebirth of the Jersey Shore after Hurricane Sandy.
For more than 50 years, the Miss Rodeo America organization has given young "cowgirls" the opportunity to represent the Western lifestyle by serving as ambassadors for the rodeo world.
Break out the cake and candles - 16, to be exact - for New Jersey's most famous hot-dog-on-wheels. The Munchmobile celebrates its Sweet Sixteen birthday this summer with a dizzying, delicious-sounding array of trips and a band of Munchers who can't wait to climb aboard the Big Dog.
Hikers in northern New Jersey this summer may find more than the nature and solitude they seek, they might encounter "trail closed" signs in some of the region's parks.
EWING - The College of New Jersey held its commencement ceremony yesterday, graduating a total of 1,956 students, but there were two empty chairs at the front of Lions Stadium for two students who died during the year.
After paying an $11 million advance to a struggling Atlantic City casino it intended to buy, the parent company of the world's largest online poker website was left with nothing for its troubles Friday when a judge ruled the casino had the right to scrap the deal.
Chilean Visitor Struck, Killed by Train A Chilean man was killed Tuesday night when he was struck by a NJ Transit train on a bridge over the Passaic River.
Third place? We couldn't do better than #&@$ing third place? New Jersey residents were beaten out by Ohio and Maryland in a survey ranking individuals most likely to drop swear words on a complete stranger during a phone conversation.