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New Jersey has a variety of substance abuse treatment options. In order to help the largest possible population, the state itself offers government funding to subsidize treatment programs, typically through nonprofit organizations. Additionally, several nonprofits across New Jersey offer many services to help low-income individuals overcome addiction, as part of their mission statement.
One report on New Jersey’s treatment programs shows that there are currently 619 programs offering beds for residential treatment for low-income and uninsured people – 3,079 residential programs in general, and 6,190 outpatient treatment programs.
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New Jersey offers a wide range of state-funded, affordable, and even free substance abuse treatment programs. In addition, many of the private facilities available in New Jersey take insurance to offset the cost of care.