Garden State Treatment Center: Alcohol & Drug Rehab in Sparta, NJ

#1 Drug & Alcohol Rehab Center in New Jersey

Discover addiction treatment programs that are specifically tailored to your individual needs.

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Learn About Addiction Treatment

Effective treatment for addiction requires a combination of both medical and clinical approaches. Learn more about how we treat addiction to various substances:


Our Flexible Rehab Programs

We offer multiple levels of care to meet you where you’re at. Effectively treating addiction is not a one-size-fits-all approach, and having options at your disposal is vital for successful recovery. Learn more about which one of our treatment programs might be right for you!


A Little Bit About Us

Respect for our clients' core values fuels everything we do at Garden State Treatment Center and Recreate Behavioral Health Network.

We are committed to assisting our clients in transforming their lives, greatly enhancing their chances of achieving and maintaining recovery. This commitment is reflected in our highly personalized addiction treatment programs in New Jersey, tailored to meet the unique needs of each individual client that walks through our doors.

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Insurance May Cover All Costs

Garden State Treatment Center works with most major health insurance plans and providers to help cover the costs of your addiction treatment. We believe that finances should not be a barrier to entry when it comes to getting the life changing help that you deserve and we offer a seamless process for insurance verification.

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Our New Jersey Rehab Center

If you or someone you love needs alcohol or drug treatment in New Jersey, you’ve come to the right place. Right now, you need compassionate professionals who understand what you're going through on a personal level. Fortunately, that’s exactly what we are at Garden State Treatment Center. Part of the Recreate Behavioral Health Network, we’re an experienced and highly trained team that has helped pull hundreds of families just like yours from the jaws of addiction and despair. We are a Joint Commission (JCAHO) accredited facility, which shows our commitment to continue elevating our standards and providing a superior drug rehab in New Jersey.

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At Garden State Treatment Center, we take client care extremely seriously. When you walk through our doors, expect to be welcomed with open arms from ALL of the members of our team! We take great pride in our ability to employ superior addiction treatment services while also providing an environment that is conducive to a long term successful recovery.


Common Questions About Drug & Alcohol Rehab

Drug rehab usually begins with a period of medical detoxification, during which the person is closely monitored by medical staff as they withdraw from drugs. Once the person has stabilized, they will begin behavioral therapy, including individual counseling, group therapy, and cognitive-behavioral therapy. The goal of behavioral therapy is to help the person identify and address the underlying causes of their addiction. With treatment, most people can recover from substance use disorders and live healthy, drug-free lives.

The length of time someone spends in drug rehab can vary depending on several factors, including the severity of their addiction, overall health, and personal circumstances. However, most people generally spend between 30 and 90 days in treatment. The first few days of rehab are typically focused on assessment and stabilization. During this time, medical staff will assess the patient’s condition and develop a treatment plan. The next stage generally is detoxification, which can last for a few days or a week. Once the patient has detoxed from the drugs, they will begin therapy, which can last for several weeks. After completing treatment, many people choose to stay in sober living facilities or participate in outpatient programs to help them stay on track.

Typically, drug rehab centers are covered by health insurance. If you don’t have insurance, you always have the ability to privately pay. The cost of drug rehab can vary depending on several factors, including the type of facility, the length of stay, and the location. In general, outpatient facilities are less expensive than inpatient facilities, and short-term programs are less costly than long-term programs. However, the most crucial factor to consider is the quality of care. A high-quality drug rehab program will offer individualized treatment plans, experienced staff, and a wide range of services. This level of care can be more expensive than a lower-quality program, but it is worth the investment if it means getting your life back on track. When choosing a drug rehab program, be sure to ask about all the costs involved to make an informed decision.

Drug detox is the process of allowing the body to rid itself of a drug. This can be done through various methods, but the most common practice is to stop taking the drug and allow the body to process it naturally. Drug detox can be difficult and uncomfortable, but it is an essential first step in overcoming addiction. The time required for drug detox varies depending on the drug involved, but it typically takes three to seven days for most drugs to leave the system entirely. During this time, it is crucial to be under the care of a medical professional as withdrawal symptoms can be severe. Once the body has rid itself of the drug, treatment can begin to address the underlying causes of addiction. Drug detox is a necessary but difficult first step to recovery.

An intensive outpatient program (IOP) is a type of treatment that provides structured counseling and therapy to people dealing with addiction or mental health issues. IOPs can be a practical step down from inpatient treatment or be used as a stand-alone treatment for people who are not ready for or able to commit to residential treatment. IOPs usually meet for several hours daily, three to five days weekly. They typically last eight to twelve weeks, though some programs may be shorter or longer. IOPs typically involve individual and group counseling and education about addiction and recovery. Participants in an IOP may also access other services, such as medication-assisted treatment, life skills training, and family counseling.

Medication-Assisted Treatment, also known as MAT, is a treatment approach that combines medication with counseling and behavioral therapies to treat substance use disorders. MAT is an evidence-based treatment approach that effectively treats substance use disorders. MAT can be used to treat alcohol, opioid, and tobacco use disorders. MAT is practical because it helps to reduce withdrawal symptoms and cravings, making it easier for people to abstain from substances. It can also help to improve communication and increase motivation for change. If you or someone you know is struggling with a substance use disorder, please seek a qualified provider who can offer MAT services.

Published on: 2019-02-17
Updated on: 2024-07-02