PHP provides the highest level of care, and while clients are still able to return home in the evenings they typically attend treatment for between 5 and 7 days a week. IOP is a step down from PHP, and offers more flexibility and personal freedom. Most IOP groups meet for between 3 and 5 days a week, either in the mornings or in the evenings depending on what works best with your schedule. If you work during the day, for example, a nighttime IOP group might be the best option. If you are attending night classes in pursuit of your GED, a morning IOP group might work best for you. Finally, OP offers the most flexible level of outpatient treatment, with groups meeting no more than 3 days a week for several hours each day. It is recommended a person transitions into a sober home in Jersey City, New Jersey as they continue with outpatient care. Sober living homes provide structure and accountability, and are a safe place to live while you navigate early sobriety and learn how to stand on your own two feet. While Princeton Detox & Recovery Center is not affiliated with any sober homes in Jersey City, we are happy to provide a recommendation and help you find a living environment that is right for you.
Aftercare is a crucial part of the treatment process, and aftercare planning should begin during medical detox — the first stage of your recovery journey. At Princeton Detox & Recovery Center we offer personalized aftercare planning services to our clients, helping them develop a plan for continuing care that works for them. This often includes an immediate transition into inpatient treatment, PHP or IOP. to learn more about the treatment planning process.
Jersey City is the second most populous city in the state of New Jersey; a northeastern community bordering the Hudson River. The city is made up of seven individual neighborhoods – Bergen-Lafayette, The Heights, Downtown, Greenville, Country Village, Journal Square, and West Side. Some of these neighborhoods have lower crime rates than others, though the nationwide opioid epidemic has had a major impact on Jersey City as a whole. Over the course of the past two decades, drug-related crime rates have increased statewide, and because Jersey City is nearly as populous as Newark (the state’s largest city), it has seen a significant increase in both drug use and crime. In addition to opioids like heroin, fentanyl and prescription painkillers, alcohol remains a major public health threat throughout Jersey City. If you or someone you love has been suffering from drug or alcohol addiction and is looking for a medical detox center in Jersey City, Princeton Detox & Recovery Center is available to help. today to learn more about treatment options in your area.