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Warren County, NJ Addiction Treatment Resources Guide

Warren County, New Jersey Drug and Alcohol Rehab Guide

Warren County, New Jersey, is experiencing an alarming increase in drug overdose deaths 343 overdose cases were reported between September 2017 and November 2019. Naloxone (a medication designed to reverse opioid overdose rapidly) was used 503 times within the same period.

 

The Warren County opioid reduction task force 2016 reported that the country's opioid crisis has led to increases in first responder costs, emergency room and hospital visits, detention costs, and the number of children under the warren county children's services.

 

Drug and alcohol abuse does not only affect you as an individual; your loved ones, especially children, suffer; In this guide, you will find different options that will help you choose treatment, rehabilitation, and a better life.

Drug and Alcohol Treatment Options in Warren County, New Jersey

The first step towards recovery if you are suffering from any form of addiction, be it substance addiction or alcoholism, is admitting that you have the problem and want to recover. Addiction is a chronic relapsing condition that will not go away without professional help. In case you or a loved one is looking for a treatment facility in Warren County, New Jersey, you need to consider the following factors;

 

  • The financial aspect, i.e., the cost of rehabilitation from beginning to recovery.

  • The environment; entails the safety and security of your loved one and whether it is appealing.

  • The availability of evidence-based therapies.

  • Medical staff-to-patient ratio so that you are not neglected or under-cared for if the balance is too high.

  • The availability of dual diagnosis and treatment.

 

Treatment involves many steps to ensure a long-lasting recovery. It is different for each individual, depending on how long you have been addicted to alcohol or the substance. What other disorders are you suffering from? E.g., if you have both alcoholism and depression, both will be addressed simultaneously but using different interventions.

 

Here are some treatment options you will find in Warren County, New Jersey;

 

  • Medical detox, you are given medication that gradually reduces alcohol or other drugs from your bloodstream. The health service providers at a detox treatment center will provide you with medication that helps manage withdrawal symptoms safely when you stop taking alcohol and other drugs.

 

  • Residential treatment; you are provided with 24- hour care by a well-trained medical staff who respond to your medical and psychological needs immediately at the facility. It is used when you suffer from a severe alcohol or substance addiction for a prolonged period. The services offered here include; Medically reinforced detoxification and withdrawal in case needed, Individual and group therapies, Family and couples counseling, and drug addiction aftercare.

 

  • Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP); When you or your loved one has completed residential treatment, you will move to the next level of treatment, PHP. Here, you only need to go to the rehab center of your choice for treatment sessions, typically 6-hour sessions for five days weekly. It provides an excellent way for you to transition after detox and helps you to adapt rapidly to your daily routines.

 

  • Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOPs); are treatment programs used to manage different types of addictions that need round-the-clock intensive detoxification but are relatively cheaper than inpatient programs. While living at home, you must visit the treatment facility as scheduled for the Intensive Outpatient Program.

 

  • Outpatient Rehabilitation; Just like in an outpatient treatment scenario, you do not need to check into a rehab facility. It is ideal if you have mild withdrawal and addiction symptoms. You will go to the rehab center for treatment sessions such as medical consultation, counseling, and individual and group therapy.

 

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

 

  • Dual Diagnosis Treatment Programs; Most people with Substance abuse disorders and alcoholism usually 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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Cost of Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Warren County, New Jersey

Drug and alcohol 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 prices of treatment in other counties in New Jersey differ slightly. According to drughelpline.org, rehab costs in Warren County, New Jersey range from;

 

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

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

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

  • Residential addiction treatment from $5,000 to $8,0000.

 

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

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Warren County, New Jersey Addiction Statistics

The statewide Substance abuse overview provides statistics on substance abuse treatment in New Jersey. The web-based New Jersey Substance Abuse Monitoring System (NJSAMS) showed that by May 2020, 98,628 treatment admissions and 96,482 discharges were reported to the New Jersey Department of Human Services, Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services by substance abuse treatment providers. The following data was captured for warren county regarding residents admitted for substance abuse treatment;

 

  • 428 for alcohol abuse disorder

  • 522 for heroin

  • 476 for intravenous drug use

  • 119 for marijuana

  • 54 for cocaine

  • 63 for other opiates

  • 66 for other drugs

  • 850 for tobacco


From September 2017 to November 2019, 343 overdoses were reported In Warren County, and naloxone (a medication designed to reverse opioid overdose rapidly) was given 503 times. Furthermore, the county's opioid crisis has led to increases in first-responder costs, emergency room and hospital visits, detention costs (increased arrest of substance abusers), and the number of children whose parents were suffering from substance and alcohol addiction. These children were placed under Warren County Children's Services care, as revealed by the Warren County Opioid Reduction Task Force 2016.

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List of NA and AA Meetings in Warren County, NJ

Meetings are essential for both recovering Alcoholics and substance abuse disorder patients. These meetings give them the networks and social support necessary at this point in their treatment. However, not all days are the same;  finding a support group near you will help you progress. Currently, most groups carry out their meetings online at different times and days due to COVID -19 restrictions.

 

Narcotics Anonymous meetings in Warren County (use county code 908 to search for more meetings near you).

  

First Presbyterian Church

291 Main Street Hackettstown, NJ 07840

7:30 pm Tuesdays

 

Skylands Unitarian Church

1811 State Route 57 Hackettstown, NJ 07840

7:30 pm Sundays 

 

Faith Discovery Church

33 Brass Castle Road Washington, NJ 07882

8:00 pm Thursdays

 

Belvidere United Methodist Church

219 Hardwick Street Belvidere, NJ 07823-1816

7:30 pm Fridays

 

Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in Warren County (kindly check the links for meetings nearer to you).

 

Warren Winners Group

167 Mount Road, Warren, NJ, 07059

8 pm - 9 pm, Wednesdays

 

Drakestown Methodist Church

6 Church Road, Hackettstown, NJ 07840

12:00 pm -1:00 pm, Tuesdays

  

Living Water Church

291 Main St, Hackettstown, NJ 07840

10:30am - 11:30am, Thursdays

 

Walnut Valley Methodist Church

4 Vail Road at Route 94, Blairstown, NJ 07825

7:30 pm - 8:30 pm Thursdays

 

Western Hills Christian Church

40 Kennedy Road, Tranquility, NJ 07879

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Fridays

 

HKT Community Center Rear Entrance

293 Main Street, Hackettstown, NJ 07840

9:00am – 10:00am Sundays

 

Drakestown Methodist Church

6 Church Road, Hackettstown, NJ 07840 

6:00 pm -7:00 pm, Mondays

 

Walnut Valley Methodist Church

4 Vail Road at Route 94, Blairstown, NJ 07825

7:30 pm – 8:30 pm Mondays

 

Western Hills Christian Church

40 Kennedy Road, Tranquility, NJ 07879

8:00 pm – 9:00 pm Mondays

  

Some of the too free government and county helplines that you can call at any time, 24 hours a day, include;

 

Can You Use Insurance To Cover Addiction Treatment In Warren County, New Jersey?

Alcohol and drug addictions are diseases that require treatment like any other disease. Unfortunately, the cost of treating addictions is very high; therefore, a sound financial plan is needed to access high-quality treatment. Like all the counties in the U.S., the federal and state government have developed insurance interventions that help curb these high costs. The affordable care act provides options for getting insurance through Medicare and Medicaid. Depending on your contribution Medicare and Medicaid will cover all or part of your addiction treatment expenses.

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Warren County, New Jersey drug and alcohol rehab guide
Drug and alcohol treatment options in Warren County, New Jersey
Cost of drug and alcohol rehab in Warren County, New Jersey
Warren County, New Jersey addiction stats
List of AA and NA meetings in Warren County, NJ
Using insurance to cover addiction treatment in Warren County, New Jersey
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