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East Orange Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centers

As a resident of East Orange, New Jersey, you might be familiar with the area’s growing drug problem.

East Orange had the 2nd highest number of substance abuse admissions in all of Essex County in 2016.1 These 481 admissions included 87 people using alcohol, 185 using heroin, and 152 using marijuana.1

If you’re suffering from drug or alcohol addiction and reside in East Orange, there is hope. Getting treatment for your addiction can help you take back your life. However, before you enter any treatment program, you’ll first need to research East Orange detox programs.

Detox is a way for you to safely stop taking drugs while minimizing your withdrawal symptoms.2 Withdrawal symptoms are a sign that you have developed a physiological dependence on drugs. After taking a drug for an extended time, your body starts to adapt to constantly having this substance in your system, meaning that once you abruptly stop using, you’ll experience distressing withdrawal symptoms.

With medical detox, you’ll receive medical care to ease the pain and suffering associated with withdrawal. You might receive medications to reduce withdrawal symptoms and cravings. You’ll also be in the care of a doctor should anything go wrong.

Quitting substance abuse with the help of detox is a good first step to rid your addiction, but it’s not typically enough to promote long-term sobriety. After you have completed medical detox, you should transition into a rehab treatment program. On its own, medical detoxification does little to change long-term drug use.2

Searching for detox or rehab programs doesn’t have to be difficult. Just use our directory to find facilities that meet your needs. It’s the first step in your journey to sobriety.

Sources:

  1. Department of Human Services, Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services. (2017). Substance Abuse Overview 2016 Essex County.
  2. National Institute on Drug Abuse. (2016). 8: Medical detoxification.
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    Investigate East Orange Treatment Programs East Orange, New Jersey is a town with a large female population. According to the Census in 2010, for every 100 women residing in the town, there were only 84 men. This large female population means that there are increased instances of drug and alcohol abuse among women. It is important for women suffering from addiction to understand that they are not alone, and that there are treatment programs that cater to the unique needs they have for recovery.

    It might surprise you to realize that substances can impact women differently than men. This must be taken into consideration by treatment programs as the same treatment approach often cannot be used for both genders.

    Questions to Get Answered Before Enrolling in a Rehab Program

    When looking for a women-only rehab facility, make sure that the treatment protocol addresses the fact that:

    • Women can develop substance-abuse-related health problems faster than men. Urgent treatment and medical screening may be necessary for any new patients enrolled in a rehab program.
    • Pregnant women need additional care. If you are pregnant, you need to attend a facility that has the capability of providing adequate care for you and your unborn baby.
    • Women are more likely to experience other disorders in conjunction with addiction. Women are more likely to experience mood or psychological conditions in addition to their substance abuse problem.
    • Substance-abusing women are often victims of violence. Statistics show that women who abuse substances are more likely to have a history of abuse.

    The above facts are based on data published by the Substance Abuse and Mental health treatment Administration.

    Risks of Substance Abuse in Women

    Women who engage in substance abuse are in a greater risk category for the following, according to SAMHSA:

    • Breast cancer
    • Physical abuse/rape
    • Depression
    • Gynecological problems
    • Family dysfunction

    These are just some of the reasons why it is so important for women to receive treatment for their addictions.

    Entering a Rehab Clinic in East Orange

    There are rehab facilities that cater exclusively to female patients. Contact us to learn about all the treatment options available in East Orange.