If you’re looking for Franklin, New Jersey, rehabilitation centers, it may be because you suspect that someone you love is abusing drugs or alcohol. You want to help, but you’re not sure if your loved one actually has a problem. Knowing what signs to look for can help you determine your next steps.
In 2016, 838 people were admitted to Sussex County treatment sites for alcohol addiction, 695 people were admitted for heroin addiction, and 187 people were admitted for an addiction to other opiates.1 Only 3% of all substance abuse patients were referred by a family or friend.1
Making the decision to help someone with addiction is a tough one, but it’s critical in situations where users can’t or won’t seek help themselves.
If you’re worried someone you know is using, here’s what to look out for:
Addiction can be daunting for the person using, but also for their friends and family. You’re already taking the first step towards helping a loved one by seeking information.
Search our directory to find out about the types of Franklin rehab programs available. Looking for facilities outside Franklin is also a great option, and may give your loved ones the chance to remove themselves from habits they associate with being home.
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the best place ever i spent 7 days there unfortunatly my insurence didnt cover any more time would have loved to have stayed longer great group meetings great councellors will miss the place god bless us one day at a time thank you all
It was a great place,the counselor were fabulous and all the worker and helpers were very caring.
SOBA College Recovery is an amazing program staffed by some of the most amazing people I have ever had the pleasure of meeting. The clinical staff works with every client to provide an individualized treatment program. They are flexible when it comes to college and work schedules. The housing staff consists almost entirely of people in recovery, who help to guide people in the program through the most difficult aspects of early recovery. The food they make is amazing and there are a ton of options if you don't like what the chef is preparing. I've been to numerous facilities and no other program compares to this one. If you have an interest in going to college and truly making a positive change in your life this is the place to go.
There is no obligation to enter treatment and you can opt out at any time.