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Alcohol and Drug Rehab Center in Chester, New Jersey 

Rolling Hills Recover Center is a drug and alcohol rehab in New Jersey. We promote healing and restore the health of people suffering from addiction through compassionate, person-centered care. Healing is a process. At Rolling Hills Recovery Center, our mission is to ensure that your healing is complete regardless of your past and to make a positive difference in the lives of people and their families affected by addiction.

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We believe addiction is a chronic disease that, if left untreated, will expand into all areas of your life, destroying the possessions you value, your relationships, your integrity, and your life. To remit this disease, we will help you address six critical areas: Holistic Recovery, Integrative Medicine, Individualized and Family Centered Approach, Evidence-based Treatments, Respectful Environment, and Continuity of Care.

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Rolling Hills Recovery Center is Northern New Jersey's Premier Addiction Treatment Center.

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Welcome to Rolling Hills Recovery Center

Explore our beautiful, modern facility in the hills of Northern New Jersey. We believe in providing our clients with state-of-the-art amenities in a comfortable setting to begin their healing journey.

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Simple Admissions Process

When contacting Rolling Hills Recovery Center, our friendly and compassionate patient navigators will first listen to your situation. We will then conduct a free and 100% confidential insurance verification. Upon completion of verifying coverage, our admissions coordinator will address medical conditions, past usage, and underlying co-occurring disorders. We will then schedule a date and time for you or your loved one to begin treatment at Rolling Hills Recovery Center, New Jersey.


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Affordable Care is Our Goal

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Rolling Hills Recovery Center works with a variety of health insurance providers. We respect and understand that each individual's financial situation is different and unique. Call today and learn how to use health insurance to cover treatment. Rolling Hills Recovery Center offers private payment options that fit any budget. Reach out today and speak with an admission coordinator to discuss what best fits your situation.

What Makes Us Stand Out

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Intensive Outpatient

IOP lets you maintain household responsibilities while continuing your treatment, a distinguishing factor from other forms of rehabilitation.

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Partial Care Program

Partial Care is individual-based, customized, and tailored treatments with various therapeutic methods to achieve and maintain patient sobriety. 


Co-Occuring Treatment

Rolling Hills Recovery Center provides the highest quality evidence-based interventions for individuals struggling with co-occurring disorders. 

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The mission of Rolling Hills Recovery Center (RHRC) is to provide you with trustworthy, relevant, and accurate information about current events in addiction medicine and addiction treatment.


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  • Will insurance cover drug and alcohol rehab?
    Private insurance is the most common and effective payment method for addiction treatment. It can pay for a significant number, if not all, of your rehabilitation appointments. Thanks to the efforts by private lobbyists and the government, rehabilitation for drug and alcohol addiction is now a mandatory benefit under insurance after the passage of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
  • Paying for addiction treatment
    Ways to Pay for Addiction Treatment Here are the five points for financing that might be helpful for your treatment: ​ 1. Insurance 2. Self-Pay or Payment plan 3. Loan or second mortgage 4. Funding or Scholarships 5. Family Insurance ​ If a person has some benefits, they can use them for treatment and take advantage of insurance. If you use health insurance providers so that you can recover yourself from addiction because they collect payment regularly or they have scheduled their income as well. Self-Pay ​ The second method is self-pay, and in this method, you can pay for treatment in lump sums or months and create a payment plan so that you can pay weekly, monthly, or whatever you choose the way to treat. Loan ​ The third method to pay is a loan. You can take a loan or a second mortgage from those homeowners. Funding or Scholarships ​ If you do some research, then you can find a lot of funding or scholarships for you that are available to you there. Family The last method to pay is family. Your family can help you financially with your treatment. There are many options available for you as a key for financial assistance so that you can choose one of these methods for addiction treatment.
  • Will I lose my job if I go to rehab?
    Employees who get treatment for addiction while still at work are protected by the ADA and other laws like the MHPAEA, the ACA, and the Family Medical Leave Act, which all work together to make them eligible to return to work after the treatment.
  • How much does addiction treatment cost?
    Depending on your needs, treatment options for addiction vary from extensive medical detox to inpatient (or residential) care plans to less intensive outpatient ones. If your addiction is chronic or you are also grappling with a dual diagnosis, then long-term care at a residential facility is often the best option; but it is more costly. It's even more expensive when your situation necessitates the consultation of many specialists and the administration of costly drugs.
  • When is it time to go to rehab?
    Many believe that a person does not need to go to rehab, even if they struggle with the most severe addiction withdrawal symptoms. Still, studies show that last year almost 100,000 people died in the United States due to substance use disorder or overdoses. As 22 million people are suffering from addiction to either drugs or alcohol, there is a need to talk about this subject more casually. Many people don’t go to rehab because they feel ashamed of being addicted. There is a need to make them realize that no one can judge them if they see any symptoms; they should decide to visit a rehab as soon as possible.

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