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North Plainfield Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centers

When it comes to getting help for a drug abuse problem, the last thing you likely want to worry about is how to finance it. Thankfully, drug rehabs in North Plainfield and other areas of New Jersey offer several payment methods.

In 2015, 35 drug-related deaths occurred in Somerset County, where North Plainfield is located; 18 of these cases were linked to heroin.1 In 2016, a total of 81 North Plainfield residents were admitted into state substance abuse centers. These residents were admitted for addiction to a variety of substances, including alcohol, heroin, marijuana, cocaine, crack, and other opioids.2

The cost of North Plainfield rehab depends on whether the program is private or state-funded. State-funded centers take money directly from the state’s budget to help pay for rehab. These recovery centers can include detox and therapies, as well as after-program support services. Whether New Jersey and local governments will fund your rehab, and to what extent, depends on which programs you qualify for. And the requirements can change on an annual basis.

As for private North Plainfield drug rehab, it is typically more expensive than those managed by the government but can provide more amenities. If you are unable to afford private treatment, you should speak to a representative at your insurance company to find out if it will partially or fully cover your stay. If not, you can speak to someone at the rehab facility to see if it offers financing options, e.g. monthly payment plans or sliding scale fee structures.

No matter how you decide to pay for substance use rehab, it can be a life-saving decision. Look at our directory for more information about drug rehabs in North Plainfield or elsewhere that can be the first step toward better health.


  1. New Jersey Office of the State Medical Examiner. (2016). Drug Related Deaths for 2015.
  2. Department of Human Services, Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services, Office of Planning, Research, Evaluation and Prevention. (2017). Substance Abuse Overview 2016 Somerset County.
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    Dr. William Stanley MD
    Dr. William Stanley MD
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    Serenity at Summit New Jersey
    William D Stanley, born and raised in Baltimore, MD, attended UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical school. Later, he did his internship and residency at Albert Einstein Med Center in Philadelphia. Initially, he practiced primary care for many years but due to the influence of many people—in particular, Dr. Lou Baxter—his eyes gravitated to the world of substance abuse. Dr. Stanley became certified by the American Board of Addiction Medicine in 2000. He initially focused on outpatient treatment of opioid dependence with Suboxone and, more recently, Vivitrol. He was invited to join the family of Summit Behavioral Health in 2013 part-time and started full-time as the medical director of their detox in December 2014.
    Khushbu Modh LCSW, LCADC
    Khushbu Modh LCSW, LCADC
    Clinical Director of Union Outpatient
    Summit Behavioral Health Union
    Khushbu Modh received her master’s in social work from New York University, is a licensed clinical social worker and a certified clinical supervisor. Her bachelor’s degree was completed at Rutgers University with a double major in psychology and criminal justice. With more than ten years of experience in the field, she has focused on substance use disorders and mental health. Khushbu believes in a person-centered approach using both cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectical behavioral therapy. She specializes in working with individuals and families in a clinical setting to address issues of substance use and mental health.
    Tricia Kostin MSW, LCSW, LCADC
    Tricia Kostin MSW, LCSW, LCADC
    Program Director
    Summit Behavioral Health Florham Park
    Tricia is a licensed clinical alcohol and drug counselor and a licensed clinical social worker. She obtained her master’s degree from Rutgers University School of Social Work and has over 10 years of experience in various positions and treatment settings. Starting in an outpatient ambulatory detox/maintenance program, Tricia was able to see the need for education and support for both the consumers as well as their families. Tricia transitioned from a medically-assisted modality of treatment to delving into intensive outpatient services. She initially found her niche in working with young adults and their families. Currently, Tricia focuses much of her energy on program development and team building. As the clinical director of Serenity’s Florham Park location, Tricia and her team work closely to provide the best treatment outcomes for clients and their families. Utilizing both group and individual therapy, Tricia ensures everyone is involved, informed, educated and supported throughout their journey.
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