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Passaic Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centers

Residents in Passaic, NJ, are struggling with many different types of drug abuse and addictions, but specifically alcohol has taken a large toll on the community, causing many to seek professional treatment. In 2016, Passaic City saw 155 admissions to professional treatment centers for alcohol as the primary drug of abuse.1 This was more than any other city in Passaic County except for Paterson City.

Alcohol can be just as dangerous of a substance as heroin or other illicit drugs. Many people don’t realize this danger because alcohol is legal. However, when one abuses it regularly and in large amounts, it can cause a number of health issues like those highlighted by the National Library of Medicine, including: 2

  • Alcoholism.
  • Alcohol poisoning and death.
  • Injury.
  • Liver disease.
  • Cancer.
  • Heart problems, including heart disease.

In addition, alcohol abuse can lead to dependence, which is when a person cannot stop drinking without experiencing withdrawal symptoms.3  The withdrawal syndromes associated with alcohol can be extremely dangerous, as an intense form of alcohol withdrawal called delirium tremens can possibly occur without warning several days into the syndrome.4 Delirium tremens causes symptoms, such as seizures, hallucinations, and stupor, and it requires immediate medical attention.4

For these reasons, it is important to seek treatment in Passaic or elsewhere if you or someone you love is struggling with serious alcohol abuse or addiction. You can find out more about rehab centers near you by searching our directory.

Sources:

  1. NJ Human Services Department. (2016). Substance Abuse Overview Passaic County.
  2. National Library of Medicine. Alcohol.
  3. National Library of Medicine. Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse.
  4. National Library of Medicine. Delirium Tremens.
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Treatment Centers within 120 miles of Passaic, NJ

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- 13 Miles Away
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    Select Passaic Recovery Programs Passaic, New Jersey is a town that is set away from the coastline, but that doesn't mean that residents don't get in on the summer fun and hit the beach. The Jersey Shore is a particularly appealing spot for college students looking for a place to party. They are attracted to the nightlife, but the club atmosphere also leads to the increased use of "club drugs." According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the most popular recreational drugs of this classification are MDMA (Ecstasy), methamphetamine and LSD (acid).

    While occasional use of such drugs may seem harmless, there can be grave consequences, especially when alcohol is also in the picture.

    Questions to Answer Before Enrolling in a Program

    When enrolling in a treatment program to overcome the abusive use of club drugs, you have to be willing to commit to a lifestyle change. The most effective programs address more than the physical elements of addiction; they look at the psychological components, and involve the support of family as well.

    Your commitment to this process will greatly influence your recovery success or failure, and you will need to implement your new lifestyle after the program has concluded.

    In many cases, this means avoiding social situations that have been triggers in the past, and avoiding friends that have been negative influences. If you can honestly say that you're ready to learn how to change, then you're ready to look at programs in Passaic.

    Risks of Club Drugs

    According to the Center for Aids Prevention Studies, the use of club drugs puts you at risk for the following:

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    • Unsafe sex
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    Ensure that you research club drug treatment methods before selecting a treatment facility in Passaic. Finding a comprehensive, well-rounded program is essential to your sobriety. Contact us for assistance with this process.