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.
I was in the treatment facility almost two years ago. I completed and was doing great. Unfortunately I relapsed and was fortunate to get into the program again. Well I messed up and wasn't ready. So unfortunately for me I left. Now I am no longer allowed to seek treatment at Seabrook which is unfortunate for me. It's been almost two years. I would think I would have been forgiven. I'm a addict. But I reached out for help and was told no. I don't understand that. Isn't that what this facility is all about? Helping the addict work on getting clean. I'm killing myself and my mom. I'm lost with no help. I just want you to know I needed a chance and didn't think I would be banned because of a stupid decision on my part to leave. I just want you to know you could be a chance for someone to make it or die. Just wanted to let you know.
I absolutely had a wonderful experience with everyone at RAC. Alyssa was an extremely patient and kind therapist. Everyone was great there. I cannot thank them enough for all of their help.
Nursing and tech team very compassionate and normal.,,food beyond excellent..cleanliness not up to my par but acceptable I liked it because it was small and quaint.,groups sort of marginal.,my last stay there they had a man/woman who aggressed upon anyone and anywhere in her site..her constant inappropriate bursts were both disturbing and threatening..when I vented out loud that she:he needs to be at another facility I was loudly and aggressively shut down by one of the counselors..it was beyond insane..and that man should be taken off staff and reprimanded for his actions..it is not normal to having a fellow resident yelling at you all the time that you should go to hell..it frankly was the most upsurd experience I have ever had and tolerated without boundaries on any acute settings.