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Alcohol and Drug Rehab Programs in Flanders, NJ

Flanders, NJ has nearby choices for addiction treatment including: 1 medicaid program, 1 inpatient rehab center, 2 drug rehabs that take private insurance like Blue Cross Blue Shield, 0 drug and alcohol detox, 4 outpatient treatment programs.

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Alcohol and Drug Rehab Programs Serving the Flanders, New Jersey Area:

    alcohol rehab facility - Cambridge Recovery NJ
    6 Red Maple Lane
    Flanders, NJ. 07836

    Like other drug and alcohol rehab facilities, Cambridge Recovery is committed to ongoing recovery for alcohol and drug addicts living in the local community. As such, this alcohol and drug rehab facility has been offering care like relapse prevention, motivational interviewing, matrix model, activity therapy, rational emotive behavioral therapy, 12-step facilitation approach and more, which is in line with its philosophy of the treatments that actually work to help addicts recover from their condition (s).

    Further, Cambridge Recovery believes that it is essential that its patients receive individualized care to make sure that they are successful. This is why it specializes in several programs such as persons who have experienced sexual abuse, programs for the hearing impaired, legal advocacy, clients with HIV/AIDS, clients referred from the court/judicial system, active duty military and others that you can find listed in the following section. Each of the services that Cambridge Recovery provides are also available in a variety of settings - long term treatment facilities, inpatient treatment facilities, detoxification programs, outpatient hospital programs, short term addiction treatment facilities and more.

    Not surprisingly, this rehab also has aftercare programs that can help you find lasting sobriety both in the short and in the long term. Finally, Cambridge Recovery accepts cash or self-payment, private medical insurance, military insurance, payment assistance, state corrections or juvenile justice funds, state welfare or child and family services funds and others.

    Mount Olive Counseling and ClinicSAMHSA

    drug rehab program - Mount Olive Counseling and Clinic NJ
    1278 Route 46
    Ledgewood, NJ. 07852

    Mount Olive Counseling and Clinic is 3.7 miles from Flanders, New Jersey

    Established in 2007, Mt. Olive Counseling & Clinic, was born out of the founders? vision to establish a mental health facility rooted in integrity, hope

    Step Ahead IncSAMHSA

    alcohol treatment program - Step Ahead Inc NJ
    54 Main Street
    Succasunna, NJ. 07876

    Step Ahead Inc is 3.9 miles from Flanders, NJ

    Substance abuse treatment center in New Jersey for drug rehab and quit smoking programs

    Capitol Care IncCARF AccreditedSAMHSA

    alcohol treatment facility - Capitol Care Inc NJ
    7 Waterloo Road
    Stanhope, NJ. 07874

    Capitol Care Inc is 5.7 miles from Flanders, New Jersey

    Capitol Care Inc. is located in Stanhope, NJ. The agency has been empowering people who have been diagnosed with substance use disorders, developmental disorders, and mental health disorders. By so doing, it ensures that these people are able to get started on the journey to long term health, wellness, and recovery away from these disorders.

      Commonly Asked Questions about Addiction and Treatment

      What are signs that my loved one is a drug abuser?

      Identifying a loved one's drug abuse can be challenging as symptoms can vary depending on the substance being used, the duration of use, and the individual's personal circumstances. However, there are several signs that could potentially indicate drug abuse. These signs can be physical, behavioral, and psychological.

      Physical Signs:

      • Noticeable changes in appetite or sleep patterns
      • Bloodshot eyes, pupils that are larger or smaller than usual
      • Sudden weight loss or weight gain
      • Unusual smells on breath, body, or clothing
      • Tremors, slurred speech, or impaired coordination
      • Neglect of physical appearance and personal hygiene

      Behavioral Signs:

      • Unexplained need for money, or frequent financial problems
      • Engaging in secretive or suspicious behaviors
      • Sudden change in friends, favorite hangouts, and hobbies
      • Frequently getting into trouble (fights, accidents, illegal activities)
      • Neglecting responsibilities at work, school, or home
      • Unexplained absences or a drop in performance in work or school

      Psychological Signs:

      • Unexplained change in personality or attitude
      • Sudden mood swings, irritability, or angry outbursts
      • Periods of unusual hyperactivity or agitation
      • Lack of motivation, appears lethargic or "spaced out"
      • Appears fearful, anxious, or paranoid without reason

      What are some tips for remaining drug free?

      Remaining drug-free, especially after overcoming addiction, is a challenging journey. However, with a strong commitment, support system, and coping mechanisms in place, it's definitely possible. Here are some tips:

      • Professional Help: Ongoing professional help is crucial, even after you've stopped using drugs. This could involve individual counseling, group therapy, medication, or other forms of treatment recommended by healthcare professionals.
      • Support Network: Build and maintain a strong support network. This could include sober friends, family, mentors, or support groups who understand your journey and provide emotional assistance.
      • Healthy Lifestyle: Regular exercise, a balanced diet, and ample sleep are all important for maintaining your physical health, which in turn, can support your mental health and resilience.
      • Mindfulness and Stress Management: Practices such as meditation, yoga, and breathing exercises can help manage stress and cravings. They can also promote self-awareness, helping you recognize and deal with triggers before they lead to relapse.
      • Hobbies and Activities: Engaging in new activities or rekindling old hobbies can help fill time previously occupied by substance use. They can provide a sense of purpose and enjoyment, reducing the desire to use drugs.
      • Set Goals: Setting both short-term and long-term goals can provide a sense of purpose and direction. Goals can be related to your career, education, personal development, or other areas of interest.
      • Avoid Triggers: Identifying and avoiding situations, places, or people that trigger the desire to use drugs is essential. If avoidance isn't possible, develop coping strategies to deal with these triggers.
      • Continuous Learning: Educate yourself about addiction and recovery. Understanding the process can empower you and give you insight into your own journey.
      • Positive Self-Talk: Maintaining a positive attitude and practicing self-compassion can help you deal with moments of doubt or guilt.
      • Practice Accountability: Stay accountable to yourself and others. This can involve regularly checking in with your support network, attending recovery meetings, or working with a sponsor or mentor.

      What are the symptoms of alcoholism?

      Alcoholism, also known as Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD), is a chronic condition characterized by an inability to control alcohol consumption despite adverse consequences. The symptoms of alcoholism can vary among individuals but typically include a combination of physical, psychological, and behavioral signs. Some common symptoms include:

      • Increased tolerance: A need for increasing amounts of alcohol to achieve the same desired effect, or experiencing diminished effects with continued use of the same amount.
      • Withdrawal symptoms: Experiencing physical and psychological symptoms when not drinking, such as tremors, sweating, nausea, anxiety, irritability, or insomnia.
      • Loss of control: An inability to limit alcohol consumption, often drinking more or for a longer period than intended.
      • Neglect of responsibilities: Failing to fulfill work, school, or family obligations due to alcohol use.
      • Social isolation: Withdrawing from social activities or hobbies once enjoyed, in favor of drinking.
      • Continued use despite consequences: Continuing to consume alcohol despite negative consequences, such as relationship problems, health issues, or legal troubles.
      • Cravings: Experiencing strong urges or cravings to drink alcohol.
      • Unsuccessful attempts to quit: Repeated attempts to cut down or quit drinking, without success.
      • Risky behavior: Engaging in risky behaviors while under the influence of alcohol, such as driving, operating machinery, or engaging in unprotected sex.
      • Time spent on alcohol: Spending a significant amount of time obtaining, consuming, or recovering from the effects of alcohol.
      • Physical dependence: Developing a physiological reliance on alcohol, leading to withdrawal symptoms when alcohol consumption is reduced or stopped.
      • Neglect of self-care: Neglecting personal hygiene, nutrition, or overall well-being as a result of alcohol use.

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