New Jersey Benzodiazepine Addiction Treatment

We provide men, women, families of all ages, and walks of life with an unmatched level of clinical care when treating benzodiazepine addiction.

Benzodiazepine Addiction in New Jersey

The National Survey on Drug Use and Health found that between 2015 and 2016, 12.5 percent of American adults used benzodiazepines. This equates to over 30.5 million men and women throughout the U.S. While the rates of benzodiazepine use are exceptionally high, it was also discovered that during that same year only 2.1 percent of men and women who took benzodiazepines actively abused them. Unfortunately, since this study was conducted, the rates of abuse have continued to skyrocket throughout the U.S. 

New Jersey has been especially hard-hit by benzodiazepine abuse and addiction. These potent prescription medications are generally used to treat anxiety-related disorders, and they all have a high propensity for abuse. Some common brand names include Valium, Xanax, and Ativan – all of which are very frequently prescribed. Xanax is one of the most frequently prescribed medications in the country – and it also has one of the highest propensities for abuse.

 If you have been struggling with benzodiazepine abuse or addiction, there is help available. At Absolute Awakenings, we offer quality clinical care to men and women of all ages and personal backgrounds who have fallen victim to benzodiazepine abuse and addiction. Our licensed and accredited New Jersey treatment facility provides an unmatched level of intensive and comprehensive therapeutic care. If you are looking for effective and efficient benzodiazepine addiction treatment in New Jersey, look no further than Absolute Awakenings. 

New Jersey Benzodiazepine Addiction Treatment at Absolute Awakenings

Benzodiazepine Addiction Rehab in New Jersey

Over the past decade, New Jersey has been rocked by the ongoing opioid epidemic. Opioid narcotics like prescription painkillers and heroin claim thousands of lives on an annual basis, and rates of overdose are higher in New Jersey than they are throughout most of the United States. The National Institute on Drug Abuse recently reported that more than 30 percent of all opioid-related overdose deaths also include benzodiazepines. Benzodiazepines are sedative drugs, meaning that they suppress central nervous system functioning and lead to feelings of relaxation. When taken in combination with opioids, medications like Klonopin, Valium, and Xanax can prove to be deadly.

Even when prescribed by a medical professional and taken as prescribed, benzodiazepines can lead to physical and psychological dependence. It is important to note that individuals who have personal histories of substance abuse or dependence (or who have addictive disorders in their family history) should never be prescribed a potent and habit-forming medication unless necessary. In some instances, benzodiazepines will be prescribed in a medical detoxification setting to help alleviate the symptoms of alcohol withdrawal. When benzodiazepines are administered by a medical professional in a detox setting, they are safe to use. 

Absolute Awakenings and Benzodiazepine Addiction Treatment

Our program of benzodiazepine addiction treatment is both comprehensive and highly individualized. At Absolute Awakenings, we understand the importance of treating each client based on his or her unique needs and requirements. No two cases of benzodiazepine addiction are the same, thus no two recovery processes should be identical. We also understand the importance of providing each client with integrated and comprehensive care.

At Absolute Awakenings, we combine proven therapeutic methods of addiction recovery with certain time-worn holistic approaches to healing. We believe that providing an individual with a comprehensive approach to clinical care will help pave the road for long-term sobriety. If you or someone close to you has either been prescribed a benzodiazepine and has fallen victim to abuse or has been combining benzodiazepines with other drugs (like opioid narcotics), seeking professional help is of the utmost importance.

We understand that committing to inpatient treatment and finding the right treatment program to suit your needs can be overwhelming. Fortunately, our experienced and compassionate staff members are available to help every step of the way. Give us a call today to discuss treatment options and get you started on the well-deserved path to long-term recovery.