New Jersey Opioid Addiction Treatment at Absolute Awakenings
We provide men, women, families of all ages, and walks of life with an unmatched level of clinical care when treating opioid addiction.
Over the past decade, opioid abuse and addiction have completely ravaged the nation. Some states have been harder-hit by the national opioid epidemic – including New Jersey. The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) reported that in 2018, somewhere around 128 innocent men and women lost their lives to an opioid overdose daily. NIDA attributes this to the rampant over-prescription of potent painkillers, which have an extremely high potential for abuse.
It was also reported that between 21 and 29 percent of individuals who are prescribed an opioid painkiller will end up abusing it. Between 8 and 12 percent of these individuals will develop an opioid abuse disorder, and 4 to 6 percent of individuals who abuse prescription painkillers will eventually transition to heroin. Additionally, roughly 80 percent of current heroin users began abusing prescription painkillers before transitioning to a more accessible and affordable alternative.
During the New Jersey opioid epidemic, thousands of innocent men and women have fallen victim to overdose-related death. Sadly, this is because many New Jersey residents are not aware of the countless clinical care options that are readily available to them. At Absolute Awakenings, we provide effective, quality New Jersey opioid addiction treatment to residents and residents in all surrounding areas. Our team of licensed and experienced professionals has worked tirelessly to develop the most comprehensive and individualized opioid addiction recovery program available.
New Jersey Opioid Addiction Treatment
As previously mentioned, many men and women who are suffering from an opioid abuse disorder and who are in desperate need of professional help will fail to seek the additional support they need. This might be because they are unaware that resources are available to them, or because they believe that they are not quite ready to quit – that they can get high “one last time” without consequence.
The truth of the matter is that drugs like fentanyl and heroin are completely unpredictable, and a life-threatening overdose can occur at any point in time. If you or someone you love has been suffering at the hands of opioid addiction, we are available to help. Our New Jersey opioid addiction recovery program is geared towards helping men and women of all ages and all walks of life overcome substance dependency once and for all, and go on to lead the happy and fulfilling lives they have always deserved.
Our New Jersey opioid addiction treatment program includes a variety of treatment options, including partial care, intensive outpatient treatment, outpatient treatment, trauma-informed care, and a comprehensive dual diagnosis treatment program for men and women who are simultaneously suffering from mental health disorders. We provide treatment for opioid narcotics as well as alcohol, benzodiazepines, and a wide variety of other chemical substances. Depending on the unique needs of each client, our staff members will develop a personalized continuum of care geared towards tackling all existing, underlying issues and paving the road for lifelong sobriety.
Absolute Awakenings and Opioid Addiction Treatment
At Absolute Awakenings, we always put the needs of our clients first. Many of our staff members have personal experience with addiction recovery, and they always treat clients with the utmost compassion and respect. If you or someone you love has been suffering at the hands of an undiagnosed or untreated opioid addiction, we are here to help. Our admissions counselors are standing by 24/7 to answer any questions and help you or your loved one receive necessary opioid addiction treatment as quickly as possible. New Jersey residents have suffered immensely at the hands of opioid addiction and dependence – fortunately, there is help available. All you need to do to break the pattern once and for all is pick up the phone.