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Hoboken Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centers

Like many parts of the United States, Hoboken, New Jersey is suffering from numerous forms of drug abuse and addiction. The most common substances abused are alcohol, heroin, and marijuana.1

If you’re suffering from drug or alcohol abuse, getting into treatment is the first step towards sobriety. In a Hoboken rehab center, you’ll be able to work through your issues with a therapist and combat your addiction.

Generally, there are two types of treatment programs to choose from: inpatient and outpatient.

In inpatient treatment settings, you are required to live at the rehab for the duration of the program, which is generally a few weeks to a couple months in length. Some long-term residential treatment options—such as therapeutic communities—involve lengths of stay as long as 6 to 12 months .3 Many people benefit from inpatient and residential treatment because they are separated from their previous using environments and are able to focus solely on their recovery. Your daily treatment will be highly structured to give you a routine and it may include group, individual, and family therapy; 12-step program meetings; and other forms of counseling.

Outpatient treatment uses many of the same treatment models as inpatient therapy, but the main difference is that you’ll be living at home and commuting to the outpatient facility for treatment sessions. Because of this, outpatient treatment is relatively less intense than inpatient treatment, making it a good choice if you have a job or an extensive sober support network.

When trying to decide between inpatient and outpatient rehab, keep in mind that both are excellent options that will help you on your path to sobriety. For more help finding the facility that’s right for you, browse our directory.

Sources:

  1. Department of Human Services, Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services. (2017). Substance Abuse Overview 2016 Hudson County.
  2. United States Census Bureau. (2017). QuickFacts Hoboken city, New Jersey.
  3. National Institute on Drug Abuse. (2018). Types of Treatment Programs.
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    More Info
    An Overview of Hoboken Recovery Centers Locating a Hoboken drug rehab facility can be overwhelming when you're still under the influence of chemical substances. If you feel too confused or disoriented to select a recovery center, you can get the help you need by reaching out to a New Jersey addiction specialist.

    Ask a professional for advice and suggestions on the type of treatment you need to recover from chemical dependence on prescription medications or illegal drugs.

    The Difference Between Inpatient and Outpatient Centers

    Incorporated in 1849, Hoboken is a diverse community with a rich history in New Jersey. Although drug abuse and violent crime are top concerns in this state, the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs has pointed out that chemical dependence often starts at home with habit-forming prescription drugs like Xanax, Valium or OxyContin. If you've been taking these drugs without a doctor's prescription, you may be in danger of developing an addiction. If you've been using prescription medications for non-medical reasons for a long time, you may need an intensive inpatient Hoboken treatment center to fully recover from chemical dependence.

    What Are the Benefits of Inpatient Rehab for Prescription Drug Addiction?

    As chemical dependence on prescription opioids, barbiturates and benzodiazepines becomes increasingly common, it's become more important than ever to tailor treatment to the needs to the needs of patients who abuse these medications. By entering an inpatient rehab program, you can:

    • Be medically monitored 24 hours a day
    • Receive pharmaceutical therapy to help you handle opioid withdrawal
    • Get counseling on non-pharmaceutical pain management strategies
    • Have your underlying physical or mental health issues addressed in an intensive, focused setting
    Finding a Recovery Program in Hoboken

    How do you know when you've found the right recovery facility? The program you choose should reflect your individual needs and correspond to your personal values.

    Whether you're looking for a faith-based program, a 12-step rehab facility or a secular treatment option in or near Hoboken, our staff can guide you in the right direction.