Addiction Treatment in New Jersey

Individuals struggling with alcohol and drug addiction have plenty of options when it comes to finding a rehab in New Jersey. According to the 2020 National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services¹, the state of New Jersey is home to 369 substance abuse treatment centers. The same survey reports that 333 of these treatment facilites offer outpatient rehab, 50 offer inpatient rehab (including detox and residential treatment), and 14 are hospital-based inpatient centers.

Due to the high quantity of providers, clients attending drug and alcohol rehab in the Garden State can expect to receive high quality care. If you or a loved one need help getting off drugs or alcohol, All In Solutions Counseling Center has a conveniently located rehabilitation center in Cherry Hill, NJ

Treatment Center Locations in New Jersey

New Jersey is scattered with detox centers and rehabs, but certain densely populated areas have a higher concertation of addiction treatment providers. Essex county, and Monmouth county, in Northeastern New Jersey have more treatment centers than any other counties in the state. These facilities are conveniently located to help individuals in Jersey City, New York City, Newark, and New Brunswick. You can view the number of rehabs per county in New Jersey here if you are interested in finding how many rehabs are there in New Jersey.

All In Solutions Counseling Center - Cherry Hill, New Jersey

All In Solutions Cherry Hill is located in Camden County, just outside of the Philadelphia suburbs. The easily accessible facility is just a 15 minute drive from South Jersey Regional Airport, and a similar distance from Philadelphia International Airport. Tucked in a quiet suburban area, clients enjoy a relaxing environment at the modern clinical facility and return to comfortable accomodations at lovely sober living properties.

  • Inpatient Drug & Alcohol Rehab (PHP)
  • Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
  • Outpatient Addiction Counseling
  • Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)
  • Dual Diagnosis Treatment for Co-Occurring Mental Health Conditions
  • Individual & Group Therapy
  • Alumni Program & Aftercare

All In Solutions Counseling Center Cherry Hill is a private addiction treatment provider. As such, we are unable to accept state-funded insurance plans including medicare and medicaid. We do however accept most private insurance plans (typically provided by an employer or    paid for through the marketplace) including Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, Anthem, Cigna, United Healthcare and more. 

To help you determine what your treatment options may be, All In Solutions offers a free insurane verification. All you have to do is provide us your name, contact information, and insurance information, and our financial experts will verify your policy and tell you everything you need to know about what your insurance will and will not pay for. 

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Cost of Rehab in New Jersey

The price of rehab in New Jersey varies depending on several factors including level of care, length of stay, and insurance coverage. While some individuals choose to pay out of pocket for treatment most insurance policies cover the majority of the cost. 

Rehabs Accept Insurance

The vast majority of addiction treatment centers accept some form of insurance. However, not all rehabs work with all types of insurance. In New Jersey, 66% of rehabs accept private health insurance, 34% accept sate-funded insurance, 25% accept Medicare, and 61% accept Medicaid. 

All In Solutions Counseling Center accepts most private health insurance providers, and also offers competitive private pay options for individuals with state-funded or no insurance. To learn more about your insurance policy’s coverage for substance abuse treatment, visit our verify your insurance page

Getting Into Rehab With No Insurance

For individuals who do not have health insurance, there are still options available to get treatment. Many private treatment centers offer payment plans or scholarships to people without insurance. In addition, there are a number of state-funded rehabs in New Jersey that can accept individuals without insurance for little to no cost. These free rehabs do typically have a waiting list for admission as they are in high demand. 

What Kind of Alcohol & Drug Addictions Do Rehabs in New Jersey Treat?

Alcohol and drug addiction treatment centers treat individuals struggling with substance use disorders with various primary drugs of choice. Some treatment programs may offer specialized alcohol treatment programs, cocaine and meth treatment programs, heroin treatment programs, opiate treatment programs, Xanax treatment programs, and other prescription drug treatment programs. Most rehabs, however, are equipped to treat all forms of substance abuse. 

The most recent New Jersey substance abuse statistics available (2020)² show that:

  • 24,461 admissions to treatment were for primarily alcohol (31%)
  • 4,120 admissions to treatment were for primarily cocaine or crack (5%)
  • 33,020 admissions were for primarily heroin (42%)
  • 7,382 admissions were for primarily marijuana/cannabis (9%)

Interestingly, Atlantic County had the highest percentage of individuals seeking treatment for heroin addiction (53%) and Morris County had the highest percentage of individuals seeking treatment for alcohol addiction (41%). 

County Number of Rehabs
Atlantic
23
Bergen
24
Burlington
17
Camden
31
Cape May
7
Cumberland
8
Essex
38
Gloucester
12
Hudson
18
Hunterdon
9
Mercer
16
Middlesex
26
Monmouth
37
Morris
17
Ocean
19
Passaic
16
Salem
1
Somerset
11
Sussex
7
Union
21
Warren
8

Treatment Is Covered By Insurance

Insurance can cover up to 100% of the cost of addiction treatment. All In Solutions accepts most private health insurance policies

We Accept Most Insurance

New Jersey Addiction Information & Resources

NJ Addiction Resources

Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in New Jersey

AA is an incredibly helpful free resources for people struggling with alcoholism or addiction. Despite the name, individuals struggling with drug addiction are welcome in Alcoholics Anonymous and many members of the fellowship have abundant experience with addiction to other substances. To find meetings in your area of New Jersey, utilize the meeting finder on the websites for the Northern New Jersey AA intergroup or South Jersey AA intergroup

Narcotics Anonymous meetings in New Jersey

For those who struggle with drug addiction and don’t feel comfortable attending Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous meetings are widely availabe in New Jersey. Like AA, NA is a 12-step fellowship with similar principles and a similar program of action that is specifically attended by people struggling with drug addiction. Visit their website to find NA meetings near you. 

Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care IME Access Center

The Interim Managing Entity (IME) is a 24/7 free helpline that offers various services to Jersey residents struggling with addiction. In addition to helping provide referrals to treatment providers across the state, the program’s care coordinators can help set up transportation and provide support to those who are on the waitlist for a rehab. 

NJ Division of Mental Health & Addiction Services

The State of New Jersey Department of Human Services has a branch specifically dedicated to helping Jersey residents who suffer from addiction and mental illness. Their website includes links to referral services, a list of alcohol and addiction hotlines, a list of mental health helplines, and a directory of state-certified addiction and mental health providers and crisis centers. 

NJ Addiction Statistics

  • In 2015 roughly 46 thousand men and 22 thousand women received treatment in a drug or alcohol rehab in New Jersey.
  • In that same timeframe, individuals between 25 and 29 years old were the largest demographic of admissions in NJ³.
  • Medication assisted treatment for opioid addiction is available in some form at 303 treatment centers in New Jersey. 36 facilities offer methadone, 129 offer naltrexone, and 138 offer Vivitrol or something similar (extended-release naltrexone).
  • Over 40% NJ treatment centers offer programs for co-occurring process addictions (non-substance addiction disorders).
  • Over 80% of rehabs in NJ offer treatment for co-occurring mental health conditions like anxiety, depression, PTSD, etc.

NJ Addiction Harm Reduction

As a state, New Jersey is relatively progressive in its efforts to address the problem of substance abuse. For example, syringe exchange programs are available, naloxone is accessible, and lawmakers are considering allowing safe injection sites to be implemented. The New Jersey Harm Reduction coalition offers a number of services described above including syringe access, free Narcan, and more. Harm reduction centers (also known as syringe access programs) offer more than just needles; they provide health screenings, pregnancy testing and linkage to prenatal care, nutritional counseling, reproductive counseling for women of child bearing age, vaccinations, condom distribution, safe sex education, safe injection practices, wound care, drug overdose prevention and reversal. They are available in:

  • Asbury Park
  • Atlantic City
  • Camden
  • Jersey City
  • Newark
  • Paterson
  • Trenton

Finding Rehab in New Jersey

If you or somebody you love are looking for rehab in New Jersey, All In Solutions Counseling Center offers multiple levels of care and specialized programs at our Cherry Hill treatment facility. Our dual-diagnosis programs offer complementary care for co-occurring mental health conditions. Our qualified and compassionate admissions department is available 24/7 to help you navigate the process of getting into rehab. They will help you with everything from finding the best New Jersey rehab for your needs to guiding you toward free support and resources offered by your state. 

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