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Are you struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction issue? If so, can help you find top-rated drug and alcohol treatment centers in Sussex County, New Jersey for you or a loved one. Whether you need inpatient or outpatient treatment for alcohol or drug abuse, provides information about high-quality rehab facilities that have the treatment programs you need so you can start on your path toward recovery. Whether it’s for you or a loved one, we can help you get on track with a robust recovery program near Sussex County, New Jersey. Don’t delay addressing your recovery needs.

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Soba New Jersey Drug & Alcohol Rehab
104 Bayard Street New Brunswick, NJ 08901
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Sunrise House Treatment Center
37 Sunset Inn Road Lafayette, NJ 07848
Garden State Treatment Center
350 Sparta Avenue Sparta, NJ 07871
- 5 Miles Away
Center for Prevention & Counseling
61 Spring Street Newton, NJ 07860
- 5 Miles Away
Newton Memorial Hospital Center for Mental Health
175 High Street Newton, NJ 07860
- 5 Miles Away

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    Inpatient vs Outpatient

    Outpatient and Inpatient Care

    Most drug and alcohol rehabs start patients out with a detox program.3 This is usually administered in inpatient treatment program facilities for drugs and alcohol, where they can receive medical supervision.

    Participation in outpatient drug and alcohol rehab is usually recommended for people who have completed a detox program.4 They aren’t experiencing any withdrawals, but they require therapy to prevent a relapse.

    What is the Difference?

    Both inpatient and outpatient rehab programs can help a motivated person get sober.3 They differ by the types of services offered and levels of intensity. An inpatient treatment center is residential and is best for patients who need 24/7 monitoring.

    Intensive outpatient programs are also very thorough, yet they still allow the person to return home at night.3 When it comes to deciding between inpatient and outpatient, it’s a matter best discussed with a trained professional.

    Latest Reviews

    Latest Reviews of Rehabs in New Jersey

    Carrier Clinic - Blake Recovery Center

    It has a good reputation and it's out in the country by where our family lives. I don't think the treatment fell short, she is a raging alcoholic that is not ready for treatment. She wasn't there for long enough.

    - anonymous
    4 out of 5
    Belle Mead, NJ

    Discovery Institute

    Teaches you structure and how to get rid of negative behavior. Food is not healthy.

    - Kristin
    3.7 out of 5
    Marlboro, NJ

    SOBA New Jersey

    I attended about a dozen treatment centers before this one, including some in Florida and PA. All to no avail. College Recovery is the most complete treatment center I\'ve ever been a client at, due to its group therapy material, aftercare, recreational activities, and staff enthusiasm. Anything I needed I had, and if I had a goal I wished to achieve, everyone who could reached out to get me there. CR saved my life, and I believe will do so for anyone who is willing enough to let the program help them as well.

    - Michael
    5 out of 5
    New Brunswick, NJ
    Meet the Pros
    Patrick Roff
    Patrick Roff
    Therapist LCADC
    Excel Treatment Center
    Patrick Roff is a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LCADC) and a Certified Peer Recovery Specialist (CPRS). Patrick has experience working in clinical addiction treatment, substance abuse prevention and peer-to-peer recovery. From 2014-2016, he was the Peer Recovery Advocate for New Jersey’s Division of Mental and Addiction Services (DMHAS). Patrick is the author of Certified Peer Recovery Specialist (CPRS) curriculum recognized by the Addiction Professionals Certification Board of New Jersey, Inc.. He also teaches the CPRS as a college course at Ocean County College and The Community College of Morris. Patrick has a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from Loyola University (1990), a Masters of Arts in Philosophy from Colorado State University (2009) and will graduate with Masters of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Georgian Court University in 2020. Patrick enjoys listening to and playing music, practicing yoga and reading a good book.
    Francisco U Cruz, M.D.
    Francisco U Cruz, M.D.
    Medical Director
    Boca Recovery Center
    Francisco U Cruz, M.D. is board certified in General Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine. He has been practicing psychiatry for 14 years and has extensive experience treating mental illness and substance use disorders in a variety of settings including inpatient, outpatient, residential, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, and detox levels of care. Dr. Cruz believes in a holistic approach to mental illness incorporating bio-psycho-social-spiritual elements to help patients achieve emotional stability and true inner peace. He strives to provide excellent client centered care and use new treatment modalities to improve the quality of life and overall health of his patients.
    Christina Varano-Sanabria
    Christina Varano-Sanabria
    Regional Executive Director of NJ Markets
    Summit Behavioral Health Union
    Christina D. Varano-Sanabria received her master’s degree in mental health counseling and addiction from Caldwell University. Over the course of her career, which spans more than a decade, she has exceeded requirements in order to obtain multiple licenses which include her LPC, LCADC, and ACS in the state of New Jersey. She believes in a client-centered approach utilizing DBT and CBT methods and has worked in both clinical and private practice settings addressing issues ranging from addiction to co-occurring disorders. Her undergraduate degree was completed in psychology at Manhattan College. She is also certified in treating anger management and is a national board-certified counselor. Christina’s hobbies include spending time with her husband and her 1-year-old puppy Flash, reading, and spending time in nature.
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    Sussex County, New Jersey Substance Abuse Statistics

    New Jersey had 98,628 treatment admissions for addiction in 2019, of which 1,551were in Sussex County.1 What types of substances were people using the most? Let’s take a closer look.

    Drug Abuse in Sussex County, New Jersey

    A breakdown of the primary substances used by Sussex County residents who were admitted to drug rehab centers in 2019 is as follows:1

    • 62 people were admitted for cocaine use.
    • 676 people were admitted for heroin use.
    • 66 people were admitted for other opioids (this could include prescription opioids).
    • 45 people were admitted for other drugs.

    Survey data indicate that approximately 3.15% of the Sussex County population misused prescription painkillers in the year before the survey was conducted.2

    Alcohol Abuse in Sussex County, New Jersey

    The number of people in Sussex County, NJ who were admitted to alcohol rehab centers in 2019 was 547.1 However, additional data on alcohol use in the area are available. The following statistics are for northern NJ, including Sussex County, and reflect an average for the years 2016, 2017, and 2018:2

    • 65% of the population used alcohol in the past month.
    • 57% of the population engaged in binge drinking in the past month.

    How to Find the Best Rehab Facility Near Me

    When searching for the best-rated rehab centers near you, you want to ensure that you find one that is licensed and equipped to treat the full scope of addiction issues you may be facing. Other things to look for when seeking top-rated rehabs in New Jersey near you include:

    • They can treat mental health disorders.
    • They are specifically tailored to treat a wide variety of substances.
    • They do not rely on high-risk strategies such as rapid detox.
    • They address the holistic aspects of the person, including their emotional, social, and psychological being.
    • They focus on treating specific groups, including women, veterans, LGBTQ, and those with co-occurring disorders.

    30 Day Inpatient Rehab Programs

    When it comes to inpatient treatment, a 30-day drug rehab or 30-day alcohol rehab program has you live at the treatment facility (anywhere between 28-30 days). While you are in treatment, you will attend individual and group therapy sessions, participate in 12-step or other support group meetings, and learn relapse prevention techniques to help you remain sober once you return home.

    Thirty-day drug rehab programs can be a good beginning point for those who are struggling with drug or alcohol addiction. While it may feel overwhelming to commit to a long period of treatment, 30 days may feel short enough that patients are more willing to commit to rehab. In addition, a 30-day treatment program gives patients the time they need to go through detox and begin to address the underlying issues that contributed to their substance abuse. This allows them to being living a sober lifestyle that they can continue working on after the complete treatment.

    90 Day Inpatient Rehab Programs

    Ninety-day treatment programs include intake and evaluation, detox, therapy, self-help groups, and aftercare. A 90-day drug rehab or 90-day alcohol rehab program may provide patients with the time they need to learn and develop habits and strategies that they can use as they pursue recovery after treatment. It can take time to develop habits and learn skills, and 90-day treatment programs may provide the needed time a safe and supportive environment.

    Long-term treatment programs are also a good option for those who have a long-standing substance abuse issue, have relapsed, or feel that they need more time to work on the skills they need to support their recovery.

    How to Find Dual Diagnosis Rehab Centers in Sussex County

    Dual diagnosis rehab centers are equipped to help people who struggle with a substance use disorder (SUD) while simultaneously having a mental health disorder.5 This condition is more common than you think—approximately 9.5 million people experience co-occurring conditions in 2019.5 For example, some people are diagnosed with substance abuse and depression, while others are diagnosed with substance abuse and anxiety or something else.

    Whatever the dual diagnosis disorder is, it’s vital to work with a rehab that can treat both conditions. At Sunrise House Treatment Center, an American Addiction Centers facility, we provide treatment for co-occurring disorders.

    How to Pay

    Although addiction treatment can be very expensive, there are various ways to pay for treatment. Many people pay for alcohol and drug rehab with private insurance. However, there are other options that may help you obtain the treatment you are looking for, including grants, scholarships, sliding pay scales, and payment plans. There are also state and federally run facilities that can provide treatment. Don’t let the fear of the price of rehab stop you from pursuing the care, support, and treatment that you need.

    Medicaid Coverage 

    Medicaid is the largest healthcare insurance program in the country.6 It is a joint federal and state program that provides free or low-cost insurance coverage to low-income applicants who are:7

    • 65 or older.
    • 19 or younger.
    • Pregnant.
    • Disabled.
    • Caring for a child.

    The Affordable Care Act (ACA) expanded eligibility for Medicaid coverage to include other groups and income levels, depending on your state.

    Medicaid does typically cover drug and alcohol rehab treatment. Medicaid rehab coverage may vary depending on a person’s particular insurance plan. The costs associated with substance abuse and addiction treatment may vary between Medicaid health insurance members by state

    Medicare typically covers the cost of alcohol and drug addiction treatment, but coverage may vary depending on your individual insurance plan. In addition, costs associated with addiction rehab may vary based on the state of residence for the Medicaid insurance member.

    Insurance Coverage for Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment

    The Affordable Care Act (ACA), passed in 2010, requires that all health insurance providers must provide coverage for addiction treatment services. Insurance plans must provide coverage for mental health services, including addiction treatment.

    Depending on your state and your health plan, specific behavioral health benefits may vary. Insurance companies cover part or all of the costs of rehabilitation, so coverage may vary.

    Getting Treatment Without Insurance

    There are low-cost, and even free, treatment programs for those who do not have insurance. Many states provide funding for rehab services that can be accessed by those with no insurance or income. There are also scholarships that may be available at individual treatment facilities. Some facilities may be open to establishing a payment plan that allows you to pay off your treatment over time. In addition, there are certain organizations that provide assistance to those who have no insurance but are seeking alcohol or drug addiction rehab.

    Not having insurance does not mean you cannot obtain treatment for substance abuse.

    What Substance Addiction do Rehab Facilities Offer Treatment For?

    Alcohol or drug addiction may involve the misuse of various substances. When patients look for help, they may be pursuing:

    There are addiction treatment centers in Dallas County and beyond that provide care for various drug addictions.

    Cities in Sussex County, New Jersey



    Byram Center CDP

    Crandon Lakes



    Highland Lakes


    Lake Mohawk



    Ross Corner



    Vernon Center CDP

    Vernon Valley

    *Incorporated locations have an asterisk.

    Reach out to today, and we’ll help you search for a facility that offers substance abuse addiction treatment. Begin the journey to recovery today.


    1. Department of Human Services: Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services. (2020). New Jersey Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment: Substance Abuse Overview 2019 Statewide.
    2. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2020). 2016-2018 NSDUH Substate Region Estimates: New Jersey.
    3. National Institute on Drug Abuse. (2018). Principles of Drug Addiction Treatment: A Research-Based Guide (Third Edition): Types of Treatment Programs.
    4. National Institute on Drug Abuse. (2019). Treatment Approaches for Drug Addiction DrugFacts.
    5. National Alliance on Mental Illness. (2016). Substance Use Disorders.
    6. (n.d.). What’s Medicare
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