Along with the stress of single parenthood, some Plainfield, NJ parents struggle with drug and alcohol addictions. It is overwhelming for most to care for children and hold down steady employment while also trying to overcome addiction.
Of the 2,581 Union County residents admitted to substance abuse treatment facilities, 78% were single or divorced in 2016.1 With more than 450 residents admitted into a Plainfield rehab, the city holds the second highest admissions into treatment in Union County for that year.1
Rehab, especially inpatient treatment, is a challenge for anyone. Parents trying to fit treatment into their regular schedule without disrupting their family lives endure an added obstacle to recovery.
Some rehabs have a policy that allows children to come visit their parents during treatment. It’s even possible to find facilities that offer daycare or treatment for pregnant women. You may have to look beyond Plainfield drug rehab options for programs in different cities or states to find the right fit for your family.
Some other options for single parents include:
No matter what kind of rehab service you are searching for as a busy single parent, you’ll find plenty of options in our national database. Both local and distant facilities are listed with all the options and treatment details you need to find a good fit.
my rehab here was polite respectful and comfortable.
the best place ever i spent 7 days there unfortunatly my insurence didnt cover any more time would have loved to have stayed longer great group meetings great councellors will miss the place god bless us one day at a time thank you all
I am very impressed with Victory Bay Recovery across the board, starting with inception on day one when my son first went there and all the way through the treatment process which in our case includes IOP and sober living housing. They made the whole onboarding process so easy at a time when our stress levels were so heightened. The team there is always accessible and at all levels. Even on our first day one if the founders sat down with us to talk and it helped. his therapist has been tremendous and "always" there to discuss things and to help ensure a successful outcome. She always seems to have the right balance of care, understanding, and directness to ensure the things that matter are heard and absorbed my the clients. Vic Bay's approach to treatment and the methodologies applied just works! And my son is now 6 months sober and one of the youngest clients there. I'm sincerely grateful to this facility and the many individuals that work together to make success stories which I know my son is and will continue to be one of their successes.
For anyone who uses drugs on a regular basis, getting involved in any kind of trouble - be it at work, school or home - is often a sign that it's time to seek professional help.Gender Differences with Co-Occurring Drug Abuse and Psychological Disorders
It's not uncommon for someone with substance abuse problems to also suffer from a psychological disorder, especially in the case of long-term drug users. Based on information gathered by the Psychiatric Times, women and men who use drugs tend to develop different types of psychological conditions. Some of the conditions most commonly encountered include:
"He'll have hit to rock bottom before he realizes he needs help." This well-known adage does hold some truth in the case of some people, but it's often not for many addicts. Waiting until you hit rock bottom means you'll have to work that much harder to rebuild your life once you do seek treatment. Since everyone's "rebuilding process" is different, try to find a Plainfield treatment center that has experience working with the types of issues you've encountered with addiction.
To simplify the process of finding the help you need in or near Plainfield, contact us today. We are here to help you get on the road to a sober life.