Drug addiction is a significant problem for many residents of Long Branch, New Jersey, a city located in Monmouth County. Long Branch drug rehab centers are available to help New Jersey residents who are addicted to alcohol or drugs overcome their addictions.
A total of 6,177 Monmouth County residents were admitted to substance abuse treatment centers in 2016, 397 of them being from the City of Long Branch.1 Furthermore, 5,849 Monmouth County residents were discharged that same year, of which 68% (3,809) either partially or fully achieved their goals.1 And among those discharged, 58% (3,416) reported that they are no longer using drugs or alcohol after completing treatment.1
Denial is a natural response to the fear of change. It can cause drug users to lie to themselves and others, damaging relationships with friends and family. How can you tell if you are in denial about your substance abuse problem and need to seek professional treatment?
Addiction will continue to take its toll on your life until it takes everything you love. You can find the support that fits your needs in a Long Branch rehab facility. Take the first step out of denial with a look at our helpful directory of rehabilitation centers in and around Long Branch, NJ.
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This has become a very special place in my heart. I have made many friends and hope to continue the road of recovery after I leave here.
Exceptional inpatient program. The medical staff is incredible during the detox process and the clinical team is very caring and can handle many different issues. Would recommend this program to anyone looking for long term recovery.
Up most respectful staff. The strengths are many ways to renew your life Gym Yoga, mediation, All staff are experienced to help clients in and out of the program. Not many weaknesses. but theirs no detox facility and doesn't except Medicaid
While relapsing is incredibly frustrating and disheartening, it is common with all chronic conditions, including addiction, diabetes and asthma. As the National Institute on Drug Abuse reports, those with a history of abuse and addiction are often viewed as weak-willed by those around them. However, once a habit has moved to addiction, willpower will not be enough. Consider the following when seeking treatment:
Choosing a quality Long Branch drug treatment center is difficult.
Our trained specialists are waiting to help you make the best choice possible in your circumstances. Give us a call today.
There is no obligation to enter treatment and you can opt out at any time.