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Opioid abuse is a major health concern not only in Fort Lee but also across the United States. In fact, 42,000 people died in 2016 due to opioid overdose across the country, and 40% of those deaths were attributed to prescription opioids.1

In Bergen County, 40% of rehab admissions were due to abuse of heroin or prescription opioids.2 Prescription opioids are a class of drugs intended to treat moderate to severe pain, but they can be highly addicting, just like the illegal opioid, heroin.

Some of the most common prescription opioids include:3

  • Hydrocodone (Vicodin).
  • Oxycodone (OxyContin, Percocet).
  • Oxymorphone (Opana).
  • Morphine.
  • Codeine.
  • Fentanyl.

Due to their addictive nature and widespread misuse, it is possible that you already know someone struggling with an opioid addiction. Signs that someone is misusing prescription opioids include:4,5

  • Calling early for refills or reporting them lost or stolen.
  • Seeking opioids from multiple sources.
  • Decrease in activities the patient used to enjoy.
  • Withdrawal symptoms, such as nausea, muscle cramps, agitation, runny eyes, and goose bumps.

Rehab centers in Fort Lee are accustomed to treating patients with opioid addiction. Search our directory for more information about rehab centers in Fort Lee and Bergen County. It’s important to carefully consider the options to find a rehab center that meets your or your loved one’s needs.


  1. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2017). Opioid overdose.
  2. New Jersey Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment. (2017). Substance Abuse Overview 2016 Statewide.
  3. National Institute on Drug Abuse. (2018). Prescription Opioids.
  4. National Institute on Drug Abuse. (2008). Recognizing Opioid Abuse. Table on page 2
  5. National Institute on Drug Abuse. (2018). FDA approves first medication to reduce opioid withdrawal symptoms. Last sentence of first paragraph
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Treatment Centers within 120 miles of Fort Lee, NJ

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    Researching Fort Lee Treatment Programs Fort Lee, New Jersey is a unique borough located in Bergen County. It is named after the American Revolutionary War military encampment. At one time, in the early 19th century, Fort Lee was even the motion picture capital of America. With a modest population of just over 35,000, today Fort Lee is a diverse community with over 30 percent of its population under the age of 25. Given its proximity to Manhattan, Fort Lee residents have plenty of chances to work and play. Unfortunately, its closeness to one of the most populous and exciting cities in America also means that Fort Lee residents have access to plenty of illicit substances.

    The need for reliable drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers continues to be important.

    The Pros and Cons of Holistic and Traditional Rehab Facilities

    There are several notable differences between holistic and traditional rehab programs. Both programs have advantages and disadvantages and can be beneficial to different kinds of people.

    • Variety. There are generally more kinds of traditional rehab programs and therefore, more variety for the individual to choose from when deciding on a facility.
    • Sober living principles. Holistic treatment centers put a focus on treating the "whole self". Individuals are encouraged to eat healthily, exercise regularly and practice meditation - in addition to participating in traditional therapies - to manage their substance addiction.
    • Payment. There is a possibility that a holistic drug addiction program might not be covered under an insurance plan, whereas traditional forms of treatment might be. If financing is a concern for you or your family, it would be beneficial to discuss any options you are considering with your insurance company and the facility in question.
    What Are the Different Types of Treatment Programs?
    • Inpatient programs require the individual to live at the facility while undergoing treatment.
    • Outpatient recovery program programs allow individuals to live away from the facility while meeting regularly with counselors and medical professionals during the treatment process.
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