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Heroin Addiction Treatment in New Jersey

The first step towards recovery if you suffer from addiction, be it heroin addiction or alcoholism, is admitting that you have the problem and want to recover.

Heroin addiction is a stable relapsing condition that will not go away without professional help. Suppose you or a loved one is looking for a treatment facility in New Jersey. In that case, you need to consider factors such as the financial aspect, types of available therapies, the environment, dual diagnosis, patient-to-medical staff ratio, etc.

Treatment at Rolling Hills Recovery Center involves many steps to ensure a long-lasting recovery. We provide the design of a unique treatment plan for each individual, depending on how long you have been addicted to heroin.

What is Heroin?

Heroin comes in a white or brown powder. It's an illegally produced addictive drug of the opioid family. Manufacturers produce heroin from morphine which occurs naturally and can be extracted from the pods of certain poppy plants.

Heroin is dangerous, irrespective of its forms; it's often "cut" with sugars, starch, powdered milk, or quinine- this lowers its quality but fetches the dealers more money.

How is Heroin Consumed?

Pure Heroin is a white powder with a bitter taste that primarily originates in South America with a large market in the US. As a new user, you can snort or smoke pure heroin; you may find it appealing, considering many stigmas surrounding injecting drug use and HIV infections.

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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.

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Dr. Williams presently serves on the board of Directors for two non-profit service organizations. He holds a Master’s degree in Human Services from Lincoln University, Philadelphia, Pa, and a Ph.D. with a concentration in Clinical Psychology from Union Institute and University. In Cincinnati, Ohio. He is licensed to practice addictions counseling in both New Jersey and Connecticut and has a pending application as a practicing Psychologist in New Jersey.

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Heroin Addiction Treatment Options In New Jersey

The CDC reported that nearly 20% of all opioid-related deaths involved heroin in 2020. You will likely experience acute withdrawal symptoms when you stop using heroin abruptly.


For this reason, it is best to consider seeking professional help for a safe recovery from heroin use. In New Jersey, the following medical and therapeutic interventions will be used to help you on your road toward recovery and sobriety.

Medical Detox

This is the first response or stage in your recovery process. At this stage, our professional medical team at Rolling Hills Recovery Center helps you by calming bodily distress and reducing emotional and mental concerns associated with withdrawal from heroin. The substances are gradually weaned from your bloodstream using approved medicines to stabilize you and help you overcome withdrawal symptoms. You have around-the-clock medical assistance and mental health care.

Inpatient/Residential Rehab

This is a live-in treatment mode that comes immediately after medical detoxification. You may receive controlled treatment and organized care plans to overcome your heroin addiction. Besides the medical plan, you also receive individual and group therapy. The period ranges from weeks to several months, depending on each patient's unique substance use problem or whether they also suffer from a co-occurring condition like mental health problems.

Outpatient Rehab and Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

The next step is staying sober after the drug has been weaned from your body. It's not an easy step because you may be prone to relapsing back into your old habits. 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, where you will be involved in psycho-educational groups, skill development groups, stress management, and relapse prevention techniques.    

  • Individual counseling.

  • Education about addiction.

  • Medication management and medical treatment.

  • Employment training.


Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

PHPs offer extreme daily care for several hours. The program allows you to go back home in the evening or to a sober living home if that's where you live during the treatment period. When you are medically stable, 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 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.

  • Medication management.

  • Recreational and social services.


Drug Addiction Aftercare

Aftercare is the preventive measure to help you sustain a healthy life free from heroin abuse after treatment. This is your final stage of treatment and is very challenging because the rate of relapse (due to cravings) is very high. The following aftercare services will come in handy to make your recovery bearable: counseling, family education and counseling, case management, relapse prevention therapy, outpatient recovery services, and sober living homes.

Dual Diagnosis Treatment Programs

Most people with SUD, such as heroin addiction, have a co-occurring mental health disorder. At a dual diagnosis center, you can get diagnosed for both conditions and treatment for both simultaneously, though addressed separately.

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Rolling Hills Recovery Center works with a variety of healthcare providers.


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

  • We treat you as an individual

  • Respectful and peaceful setting

  • Insurance is accepted

Cost of Heroin Rehab In New Jersey

Heroin treatment is costly and affected by different factors, e.g., the type and amount of medication you need; this is unique to your requirements, the length of your stay at the treatment facility, the geographical location of the facility, and other amenities (e.g., gym, sauna, leisure trips outside the facility) offered at the facility.

Generally, inpatient or residential programs will charge you more than outpatient programs due to the cost of maintenance and different amenities offered.

The costs of treatment in different counties in New Jersey differ slightly. According to drughelpline.org, rehab costs in New Jersey range from;

  • Medical detox is between $250 and $800 per day.

  • Intensive outpatient treatment between $3,000 and $10,000.

  • Outpatient rehab between $1,400 to $10,000.

  • Residential addiction treatment from $5,000 to $80,0000.

These high rates can make you hesitate to seek addiction treatment immediately while thinking that you need time to save money for treatment or work to raise it. There is no time addiction doesn't wait; the more you wait, the worse it becomes.

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Insurance Options Available For You In New Jersey

Heroin addiction, other substance abuse disorders, and mental health disorders are diseases like other diseases. Therefore, they are covered by insurance either fully or partially, depending on your insurance policy and its details.

Typically, insurance plans such as Medicaid, Medicare, Military Veteran Insurance, and some private insurance cover treatment of addictions in New Jersey.


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Getting back your life from heroin addiction is a step that no one else can make for you. The treatment options available for you are a sure way of achieving a better quality of life. Contact us today at Rolling Hills Recovery Center for all your needs.

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