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Atlantic County, NJ Addiction Treatment Resources Guide

Atlantic County, New Jersey Drug and Alcohol Rehab Guide

You might be asking whether there is a method to selecting a rehabilitation center for yourself or a loved one. The short answer is yes, but there are a few factors to consider that might make it a better choice. Addiction, drug abuse, and even co-occurring mental health issues are individual conditions that call for tailored approaches to therapy.


This guide covers some of the fundamentals of rehabilitation that may be useful after you have made the courageous decision to seek help and embark on the rewarding path to recovery.

Drug and Alcohol Treatment Options in Atlantic County, New Jersey

It may not be easy for you to seek treatment for different reasons, including; withdrawal symptoms, fear of the cost of treatment, and many other personal causes. Many evidence-based treatment methods work and assure you of full recovery. The following are a few examples;

Medical Detox: This is the first intervention you receive at the beginning of treatment. Detox is the process of removing drugs and alcohol from your bloodstream. Medical detox, as the name implies, involves slowly weaning your bloodstream drugs using FDA-approved medications.

A  professional medical team uses medicines and therapies to help you by calming the physical and psychological distress caused by withdrawal from substances or alcohol.

Inpatient/Residential Rehab: You may not be ready to receive further treatment at home after medical detox. Therefore a live-in treatment option, i.e., inpatient/residential rehab, assures your continuation of a well-organized and planned treatment plan, making your recovery much more manageable.

Besides the medicines you use to curb withdrawal symptoms, you also attend individual and group therapies. Recovery programs differ from one individual to the next due to each patient's unique addiction problems. Depending on your addiction-related issues, you may spend a few weeks or more, including if you have a co-occurring mental health disorder.

Partial Hospitalization Program (PHPs): You may go home or a sober living home but attend intense treatment sessions for a few hours each day for the scheduled treatment period. Your doctor may recommend this type of treatment if you are medically stable to live at home; this method allows you to benefit further from the relatively intense supervision, structure, and guidance provided during treatment hours by equipping you with the skills you need to stop using drugs.

Some of the services included in PHPs include but aren't limited to;

  • Individual and group therapy

  • Psychiatric sessions

  • Family therapy

  • Treatment planning

  • Substance abuse education and coping mechanisms

  • Medication management

  • Recreational and social services


Outpatient Rehab and Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP): After the drug has been weaned from your body, the next step is staying sober; it's not easy because you may relapse into your old habits if you don't get the necessary support. You can live at home but attend individual and group therapy when you schedule with your health care provider.


SAMHSA reports that IOPs provide at least 9 hours of therapy weekly delivered in 3-hour sessions.


This program offers you core services such as;

  • Group therapy includes skill development groups, interpersonal and psycho-educational groups, skill development groups, and stress management.

  • Relapse-prevention techniques.

  • Individual counseling.

  • Education about addiction.

  • Medication management and medical treatment.

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The overall goal of Rolling Hill Recovery Center is to increase the quality of life of the persons served through the provision of our services. The primary focus at Rolling Hills Recovery Center is to provide a safe therapeutic environment for individuals struggling with substance use disorder.

Insurance Accepted
Partial Care
Art Therapy
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Intensive Outpatient
Music Therapy
Outpatient Therapy
Recreational Therapy
Oxford Healthcare
Massage Therapy
Anthem BCBS
Aftercare Program
Reiki Therapy
Empire BCBS
Professionals Program
Yoga Therapy
Veterans Program
Trauma Therapy
First Responders
EMDR Therapy
DBT Therapy
United Healthcare
CBT Therapy
Group Therapy
Value Options
Individualized Therapy

Rolling Hills Recovery Center, 425 Main St. Chester, NJ 07930


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Cost of Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Atlantic County, New Jersey

The cost of your recovery program may be determined by the following;

  • How long you need to stay at the rehab facility, and what are the services offered?

  • Geographical location.

  • Your specific characteristics, e.g., pregnancy, mental health problems, or significant medical conditions.

  • What your insurance policy covers.

  • Amenities offered by the facility.


Due to the personal nature of addictions, the cost of addiction may vary depending on the level of treatment and associated services required. In Atlantic County, New Jersey, the average cost of different types of treatment is as follows;

  • Medical Assisted Detoxification: Approximately a total of $1500. 

  • Inpatient Treatment: Between $12,000 to $60,000 per month.

  • Outpatient treatment: Approximately $5,000 per month. 

  • Intensive Outpatient Program: Between $250 and $350 per day.

  • Partial Hospitalization Program (PHPs): Between $350 and $450 per day.

  • Sober Living Home: Between $500 and $750.

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Rolling Hills Recovery Center is dedicated to your success. We provide evidence-based treatments backed by science and holistic therapies that heal the mind, body, and spirit.

  • We are fully accredited

  • Mater level clinicians

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Atlantic County, New Jersey Addiction Statistics

The 2020 New Jersey Substance Abuse Monitoring System (NJ-SAMS) report indicated that heroin is the primary drug in Atlantic City and Atlantic County. Substance Abuse Admissions by Primary Drug within Municipality report presented that;

  • 2,124 residents of Atlantic City have admitted to using a primary drug. 

  • 378 admitted to having used alcohol.

  • 126 used cocaine.

  • 1227 used heroin.

  • 92 used other opiates and related prescription opioids.

  • 243 had used marijuana.

  • 53 used other drugs.

  • 311 victims, i.e., 54%, died from an illicit drug overdose between 2019 and 2020 in Atlantic County.

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List of NA and AA Meetings in Atlantic County, NJ

Some of the NA meetings you may attend in Atlantic County, NJ include;

Community House
712 North Michigan Avenue Atlantic City, NJ 08401-3033


Password: 418934

Sunday - 7:00 am


Saint Andrews by the Sea Lutheran Church
936 Baltic Avenue Atlantic City, NJ 08401-4911

Hybrid; virtual and in-person


Password: 976282

Sunday - 12:00 pm

West Side School Complex
1700 Marmora Avenue Atlantic City, NJ 08401-2146


Password: 116965

Sunday - 7:00 pm

Community House
712 North Michigan Avenue Atlantic City, NJ 08401-3033


Password: 418934

Monday - 7:00 am

Saint John's By The Sea
6 South Sacramento Avenue Ventnor City, NJ 08406-2754

Open Newcomer/Beginner Step Study

Monday - 7:00 am

Some of the AA meetings you may attend in Atlantic County, NJ include;

Beach Meeting Ventnor City

North Suffolk Avenue Ventnor City, NJ 08406

Open Discussion

Sunday 8:00 am - 9:00 am

Pleasantville Group

1421 New Road Northfield, NJ 08225

Open Discussion

Sunday 10:00 am - 11:00 am


Young People's (ACYP)
Atlantic City, NJ 2125 North Riverside Avenue 08401

Open Discussion

Sunday 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Downbeach Group

Ventnor Avenue 8900 Ventnor Avenue Margate City, NJ 08402

Closed variant format

Wednesday 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm


Trudgers Group Absecon

100 Pitney Road Absecon, NJ 08201

Closed step meeting

Monday 7:30 am – 8:30 am

Government Helplines


The following government and emergency numbers may be handy when the need arises.

Department of Family and Community Development

Phone - (609)-348-3001

Fax - (609)-348-2374


Board and Care Unit

Phone - (609)-348-3001 ext. 2876

Child Support Enforcement Services

Phone - (609)-348-3001 ext.2666




Emergency Assistance for TANF, SSI, and GA Individuals

Phone - (609)-348-3001 ext. 2818


Social Service for the Homeless (SSH)

Phone - (609)-348-3001 ext.2717


NJ Care/NJ Family Care/Medically Needy/Aged/Disabled

Phone - (609)-348-3001 ext. 2827


SNAP - Supplementary Nutrition Assistance Program



Division of Public Health - Atlantic County

Phone - (609)-645-5935

Phone - (609)-645-5931


Substance Abuse Services

Phone - (609)-645-5945

Fax - (609)-645-5932


Intoxicated Driver Resource Center Offender Program

Phone - (609)-645-5945


Intergenerational Services

Phone - (609)-645-5945


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It is vitally crucial to get your life back after losing it to addiction, alcoholism, or any other mental health issues associated with addiction. You may need to gather every piece of information that might lead to a lasting recovery. Your rehabilitation will become more manageable and tolerable with each step you take while sticking to the treatment plan.

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