Substance addiction can be an extremely stressful and painful disease for the individual suffering and the family members involved. It’s a disease that affects millions of people each year in New Jersey and around the country. Substance abuse can cause problems to a person’s mind, body, and life in general. Our faith-based mental health and substance abuse treatment center in NJ offers a chance for a better life. We believe in the power of faith, love, and healing combined with our team of passionate and experienced counselors and professionals.
We provide premier addiction treatment for those affected by substance use disorder.
Our rehab center treatment programs include several outpatient programs in which we provide individual counseling, group therapy, family sessions, full psychological evaluation, Christian faith-based Bible study groups, 12 steps utilization, and medication-assisted treatment. These rehab programs are designed to help individuals learn healthy coping skills, gain insight into substance use triggers, and create a better understanding of God and the spiritual aspects of recovery.
Addiction or substance use disorder (SUD) is a disease characterized by the excessive use of drugs or alcohol that can lead to serious mental and physical health problems. Addiction and substance abuse continues to be major problem for those in the United States and abroad. Sadly, people may be intimated to reach out for professional help. However, taking this first step can change your life and the life of your loved ones, and can help you start your new chapter of a healthy and happy future.
There are many reasons and factors that may lead individuals to turn to drugs and alcohol. Oftentimes, a person may turn to drugs or alcohol to self-medicate due to a medical problem or negative life circumstances. Mental disorders and emotional pain can also be driving factors for using drugs, which can lead to co-occurring disorders. It’s important to get professional help if you or someone you know is dealing with addiction.
Drug, Alcohol Addiction Treatment and Rehabilitation Center Serving Parsippany, Troy Hills, Morris Plains, and Surrounding Areas in NJ
There are several signs that can indicate a person is struggling with drug or alcohol addiction. It can be heartbreaking to see a loved one change for the worse due to alcohol or drugs. This is why it’s important to reach out to a substance abuse treatment program like ours.
Not all addictions will have the same symptoms but some of the more common signs include:
There are many different types of drugs that are abused in New Jersey and around the country. The short and long-term effects of these drugs can be especially problematic and can end up being fatal if they are not addressed. At New Chapter, we provide several rehab center treatment options for a wide range of addictions and mental health disorders.
At New Chapter, we offer rehab treatment for the following substances:
Alcohol addiction is a substance use disorder characterized by a strong and persistent desire to consume alcohol, despite its hazardous consequences. Long-term alcohol abuse increases the risk of physical and psychological health problems and can damage personal relationships.
Benzodiazepines, also known as “benzos” are prescription medications used to treat anxiety and panic disorders. They are widely prescribed but can be highly addictive and difficult to stop taking without professional help. Commonly abused benzos include Xanax (alprazolam), Valium (diazepam), and Ativan (lorazepam).
Cocaine is a powerful stimulant substance that is highly addictive and leads to physical and psychological dependence. Commonly snorted, smoked, or injected, cocaine can lead to substance use disorder with continued use. Withdrawal from cocaine can cause intense cravings, depression, anxiety, and fatigue among other symptoms.
Heroin is an illegal substance that is highly addictive and can have serious consequences for individuals and families. Heroin belongs to a class of drugs called opioids, which are synthesized from the opium poppy plant and act on certain receptors in the brain to produce feelings of euphoria and cravings.
Opioids are a type of substance that can be both legal and illegal. They can help people manage mild to severe pain, but they carry the risk of addiction and chemical dependence. Opioids activate certain receptors in the brain which can produce feelings of pleasure and euphoria. People who become addicted to opioids often seek out these drugs to experience these desirable effects and escape from stress
Prescription drug addiction is a substance use disorder that involves the misuse of medications prescribed by a doctor or obtained illegally. This type of substance abuse can lead to physical, psychological, and social consequences. The most commonly abused prescription drugs in New Jersey include opiates such as hydrocodone (Vicodin), Percocet, or oxycodone (OxyContin) benzodiazepines such as Xanax and Klonopin, and stimulants like Adderall and Ritalin.
At New Chapter Faith-Based Recovery, we provide quality support while following Christian-based principles in the process. New Chapter’s mission is to save lives and inspire broken souls. We do this by helping individuals find the open door to a new bright chapter of their life, by discovering the intangible blessings that they can attain away from drugs and alcohol, which include faith, hope, love, integrity, joy, peace, and meaningful relationships! We value every soul, and our goal is to help individuals through our step-down programs to find their new chapter.
Some of our treatment programs include:
Don’t wait for your or your loved one’s addiction to get worse. Start a new chapter with our quality substance abuse treatment center in New Jersey. New Chapter Faith Based Recovery is here for you, give us a call today to learn more about our rehab center programs and we will be here to answer any questions that you may have.
Don’t be afraid to reach out to our professional and passionate team. A caring professional is waiting to be your guide in treating and managing your mental health disorder.
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