At Princeton Detox & Recovery Center we will help you find an inpatient rehab in Princeton that meets all of your personal clinical needs. Contact us today to learn more about inpatient treatment options in Bridgeton, New Jersey.
Residential Treatment Programs
Inpatient treatment, also referred to as residential treatment, lasts for between 30 and 90 days depending on your personal needs. The duration of your stay in rehab will depend on the severity of your substance use disorder and the presence of any co-occurring disorders. For example, a person who struggles with substance use and depression will benefit from a longer stay in rehab. There are several things to consider when you are choosing a residential treatment program in Bridgeton, New Jersey. Ask yourself the following questions:
- Am I looking for a demographic-specific treatment program, like a dual diagnosis program, a gender-specific program, or a program that caters to working professionals?
- Am I looking for a residential treatment program in Bridgeton, New Jersey, or am I willing to travel out of state for rehab?
- Is inpatient treatment the best level of care for me, or would I benefit more from attending a partial hospitalization program or an intensive outpatient treatment program?
In response to the rising rates of drug addiction and alcoholism throughout the state of New Jersey, many treatment centers have been founded over the past several years. However, not all residential treatment centers are created equal. As part of the Guardian Recovery Network, we work directly with a network of reputable, licensed, and accredited drug and alcohol rehabs throughout the U.S. Contact us to learn more.
Outpatient & Aftercare
Outpatient treatment often serves as a step-down level of care once a person has completed medical detox and residential rehab. Outpatient treatment allows you to continue with individual and group therapy as you begin to navigate independent living. Outpatient treatment might also serve as a standalone treatment option. This could be the case if:
- You have been struggling with a mild substance use disorder and no underlying issues.
- You are the sole caretaker of one or more dependents.
- You have a career that you cannot easily step away from for weeks at a time.
- You have been through the treatment process before, and experienced a short relapse.
While you attend outpatient treatment and continue with aftercare, you will either live at home or in a sober living house, which comes recommended. Sober living serves as an important part of many aftercare plans. A sober house is a residence where people who are new to sobriety reside. The setting provides increased accountability and additional support during what can be a rather tumultuous time.