Recent statistics on New Jersey drug and alcohol rehab admissions report that 72,855 individuals entered treatment during 2013. Of this group, 67.4% were male and 32.6% were female. The top substances of abuse responsible for sending New Jersey residents into rehab during 2013 included heroin addiction (36.8%), alcoholism (17.7%) and marijuana addiction (15.6%). New Jersey drug rehab programs come in many different lengths, locations and treatment philosophies. While there is no 'one size fits all' for drug rehab programs, long term inpatient rehabs have been shown to have the highest success rates in the field of addiction recovery.
Long term inpatient treatment programs provide a safe and secure environment during the person's recovery. The program participant essentially moves into the rehab center during their rehabilitation program, bringing with them any day to day items they will need (clothes, toiletries, etc.). These types of drug rehabs often last three months or longer depending on the program. When a person chooses long term inpatient care they are making their recover their first priority. This means putting one's personal life on hold back home and focusing on achieving sobriety. The benefit of leaving behind one's day to day life to live in the rehab center is invaluable. They are removed from their using environment and no longer reminded every day of their previous habits while they are working on their recovery.
Furthermore, there are a number of additional therapies included that come with choosing a long term inpatient program in New Jersey. Many of these programs offer a wide variety of outdoor activities as well as luxury services such as meditation sessions, yoga, massage and tai chi sessions just to list a few. Graduates of long term inpatient treatment often have greater success rates and higher rates of employment.
Choosing the correct treatment program for yourself or a family member can be one of the the most important decisions you ever make. With so many choices for treatment, and so many variables to consider, getting help from a knowledgeable addiction specialist who understands what types of treatment will work best is invaluable.
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