New Jersey Addiction and Treatment
Over the course of the past decade, New Jersey spent at least $11.6 billion on the war against drugs.1 The cost of addiction is far too high, not just in dollars but in the toll it takes on individuals, families, and communities. If you or someone you love is struggling with addiction, there is hope. This guide will help you learn about addiction treatment facilities in New Jersey, what factors to consider when choosing a rehab center, how to pay for rehab, and more.
Drug & Alcohol Rehab in New Jersey
Substance use disorders and the most effective ways to treat addiction are different for everyone. Addiction treatment for someone struggling with alcohol use disorder may look very different from treatment for someone struggling with a cocaine addiction.
That’s why it’s important to take the time to research NJ addiction treatment centers and ensure you find the right substance use rehab program to suit your long-term recovery needs.
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In addition to rehab centers, there are numerous organizations that are involved in the drug recovery process.
While a NJ addiction treatment center can provide a full continuum of care (from detox through primary addiction treatment to aftercare services), there are other avenues for accessing critical assistance.
These organizations include New Jersey state or local agencies, nonprofits operating in New Jersey, and community-based services.
Local FAQs & Stats
Help for Substance Misuse
What about Medicaid or Medicare?
Please refer to our NJ State Medicare & Medicaid guide.
Local Events & Education
New England & Mid-Atlantic Addiction Guide
- Northeast Treatment Guide
- New Jersey Rehab Guide
- New York Rehab Guide
- Maryland Addiction Guide
- Pennsylvania Rehab Guide
- Washington, D.C. Rehab Guide
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