Addiction Rehab Toms River is a substance abuse treatment center located in Toms River, New Jersey. They offer a wide range of addiction treatment programs, including medical detoxification, residential treatment, intensive outpatient treatment, and partial hospitalization programs.
Their medical detox program provides 24-hour supervision and medical care to help patients safely withdraw from drugs and alcohol. Their residential treatment program is designed to provide a supportive and structured environment for patients to focus on their recovery. They offer evidence-based therapies such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and group therapy. The length of stay in their residential program can range from 30 to 90 days, depending on the patient’s needs.
For those who do not require 24-hour supervision, they offer intensive outpatient treatment programs. These programs allow patients to attend treatment during the day and return home in the evening. They also offer partial hospitalization programs that provide a higher level of care than outpatient treatment but less intensive than residential treatment.
Addiction Rehab Toms River has a team of experienced addiction professionals, including doctors, nurses, therapists, and support staff, who work together to provide individualized treatment plans for each patient. They also provide aftercare services to help patients maintain their sobriety after completing treatment, such as alumni support groups, individual therapy sessions, and ongoing case management.
Their facility is designed to provide a comfortable and supportive environment for patients. It includes amenities such as private bedrooms, a fitness center, an outdoor patio area, and an on-site chef who prepares healthy meals.
Addiction Rehab Toms River accepts most insurance plans, and they also offer financing options for those who do not have insurance. They are accredited by The Joint Commission and are committed to providing evidence-based and compassionate care to those struggling with addiction.