Dual Diagnosis Treatment Center NJ

Dual Diagnosis Treatment Center In New Jersey Now Open For Enrollment

Along with addiction treatment and alcohol treatment with our evidence-based approaches to therapy, our dual diagnosis programs also treat:

  • Depression
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
  • Schizophrenia
  • Eating disorders
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Borderline personality disorder
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Co-Occurring Mental Disorders Treatment NJ

Drug And Alcohol Treatment Programs In New Jersey Built To Improve Mental Health

Dual-diagnosis disorders occur when a person is dealing with both a drug addiction or alcohol addiction and a mental health disorder.

Our outpatient dual diagnosis treatment center in Parsippany, New Jersey, offers clients quality, evidence-based addiction treatment with individual therapy and counseling for co-occurring mental health disorders. Outpatient mental health treatment programs allow clients to:

Our Dual-diagnosis treatment also includes:

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Warning Signs Of An Addiction With A Co-Occurring Mental Health Disorder

Each case of addiction and mental health disorders is different, however, there are some general signs to look out for. If you or a loved one are showing any of these signs, reach out to New Chapter Recovery to speak with a Mental Health Professional. Signs of addiction can include:

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Treatment Used For Dual Diagnosis/Co-Occurring Disorders

Dual-diagnosis cases can be particularly problematic and stressful for everyone involved. Thankfully our experienced team specializes in dual-diagnosis addiction treatment and is passionate about giving you the care you need to recover and heal.

Our comprehensive approach at our dual diagnosis treatment center in NJ helps clients develop skills for managing their mental health while making positive changes in their lives. The programs we provide at New Chapter Recovery include:

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Reviews of Success

Rachel Riviere
Rachel Riviere
I absolutely love New Chapter and all that this program stands for! It is so refreshing to work with people who are actually invested in providing the best care for clients both while they are in program and even after they leave! The staff is amazing! They are caring and warm and you can feel that this is more than just work for them!!! I would recommend this program to everyone who needs it!
I highly recommend New chapter .Ann and her team are amazing FULL FAITH AND GOD BLESS .
Amazing place! Great counselors and staff. Very caring and understanding as well! Would 100% recommend!!
Enes Pupovic
Enes Pupovic
Love this place great counselors They really care about the clients.
Ann Lewis
Ann Lewis
New Chapter is truly a beautiful place of miracles. I highly recommend this heavenly place of healing and recovery from addiction. New Chapter Faith Based Recovery Centre is by far the best addiction recovery centre that my son has experienced. It is the only Christian addiction recovery centre that effectively worked for our son after trying several recovery places in the past. As a mom, I've been praying 🙏 for my son to receive God's best for his life. I believe that New Chapter ✨️ was the answer to my prayers. My husband is also very happy to see a "New Chapter" in our son's life. Here our son found his way back to the Lord and understands that the Lord has a very special abundant plan for his life. The moment I spoke with Ann on the phone that day, I knew the Lord was directing our son to New Chapter. Jim and I so very much appreciate Ann's warm, gracious and compassionate heart ❤️ for our son's mental health and well-being. All glory to God for the great things that He has done for our son through the ministry of New Chapter. Our son is miraculously starting an amazing "New Chapter" in his life. "The Lord has done great things for us and we are filled with joy" ***Psalm 126:3***
Adam Gunton
Adam Gunton
Ann and the whole team at New Chapter genuinely care about people that are suffering from addiction and mental health issues. I have been working with them for a few months, I have 6.5 years in recovery and would send myself here 7 years ago. Thank you for the work you do!
yall this place is awesome, the staff actually cares, and everyone’s so welcoming!! *there’s also an amazing service dog here soooo slay* but honestly, best iop!! it’s good even if ur not religious, everyone is totallly welcoming and accepting.
James Cucco
James Cucco
I can’t recommend New Chapter enough. The staff is wonderful and extremely committed to their clients. The unique aspect of our treatment is that it involves Christian reinforcement and the power of God to help us craft a life that is fulfilling and meaningful. I know my future has been put on a new and happier path.
Betty Ellis
Betty Ellis
I've seen many walk through the doors of new chapter broken, you might wonder what I mean by broken. On Alcohol,drugs and any addictions. But they have a great team because Ann is a woman of love,Grace,hope, wisdom, knowledge and light. And she built her house on a solid rock and she will always be standing firm. And with the glory of God you come out of New chapter a new person. Because there's nothing without God. I recommend anyone to new chapter faith based recovery
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Viral x Improvise
Within all the time and experience I’ve had with other IOP’s and recovery facilities, New Chapter is the best. I felt at home and like I was apart of the group. The staff is also very supportive and accommodating.

New Chapter Recovery Will Take You From Hurting To Healing In Four Simple Steps

Phone Consultation

When you call our confidential helpline for PHP treatment nj, you will speak with a member of our caring and compassionate staff about your individual needs and discuss treatment options that would work for you.

Insurance Verification

We will verify if your insurance plan covers outpatient services for substance abuse and addiction treatment at our facility or we will help refer you to one of our close partner outpatient treatment facilities in New Jersey.

Program Intake

You meet with one of our licensed professionals to create a tailored treatment plan specifically for your needs that will help you heal and get back to life while beginning to build relationships with our caring and compassionate staff.

Relapse Management

We work together on your successful outpatient program, helping you heal before receiving your faith based recovery program certificate. With continued alumni programs and support groups you are always part of our faith family!

New Chapter Recovery – The Best New Dual-Diagnosis Program In New Jersey

Are you looking for a team of heart-felt and caring individuals for your dual-diagnosis treatment program in New Jersey? Look no further than New Chapter Recovery! We specialize in outpatient treatment and dual diagnosis mental health disorders.

Quality Addiction Treatment Without Leaving Home And Work

Many suffering from persistent mental illness associated with substance abuse and alcohol abuse don’t take the necessary step of reaching out due to their responsibilities to their family, school or work.

With co-occurring mental health disorders treatment sessions in the evening and throughout the morning and day, we are able to work with you to get you the mental health services you need.

What is dual diagnosis?

Dual diagnosis or co-occurring disorders occur when a person experiences both a mental health disorder and an addiction to drugs or alcohol. This can be complicated as both physical and psychological symptoms may arise, making it difficult to treat each condition separately. Fortunately, New Chapter’s dual diagnosis treatment centers in New Jersey specialize in treating both issues simultaneously.

At dual-diagnosis treatment centers, patients receive evidence-based care from compassionate medical professionals who make sure that both conditions are addressed with the same level of intensity. At dual diagnosis treatment centers in NJ, like New Chapter, clients can expect to receive a comprehensive treatment plan tailored to their individual needs. This includes psychotherapy sessions and approaches such as: 

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
  • Motivational Interviewing (MI)
  • Family Therapy
  • Group Therapy
  • Traditional Outpatient Care
  • Early Intervention Services
  • Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)

Our mission at New Chapter Recovery programs in New Jersey is to deliver the highest quality psychotherapy for substance abuse treatment with the most empathetic and caring staff to offer emotional and spiritual support throughout your walk in recovery.

We make it a point to treat everyone who walks in our doors like family without the revolving door like other treatment centers.

If we find on our phone consultation that our co-occurring disorders treatment program is not the best fit in your addiction treatment, we will help navigate you to inpatient programs, medical treatment, alternative treatments, or medical detoxification to help manage withdrawal symptoms of drug or alcohol addiction.

We are all in this together and we want the best for you!

What are the costs associated with a dual-diagnosis treatment program in New Jersey?

At New Chapter Recovery, we are dedicated to helping our community members with substance use disorders, drug addiction, mental health issues, and alcohol abuse disorder receive the treatment they need to live a life they are excited about in addiction recovery! 

That’s why we accept all forms of major insurance and work with our clients whose insurance policies may not cover addiction treatment through outpatient services.

A residential treatment center and their inpatient program could cost more than $30,000/month. We pride ourselves in delivering direct services to our clients at a small fraction of the cost while providing the highest quality care for addiction and co-occurring mental disorders.

Contact Us For A Free Consultation About Treatment Services In Our Outpatient Settings

If you or a loved one are in need of help with substance use disorders in NJ, call our treatment services phone number to see if our dual-diagnosis treatment programs fit you or your family member’s needs.

We offer a wide range of alcohol and drug addiction treatment services including:

Dual Diagnosis Drug Rehabilitation Programs Frequently Asked Questions

Is Christian addiction treatment good for someone who does not believe in God?

With our wide range of addiction treatment services at our rehab center, we do not push faith on anyone who does not want it as a part of their addiction recovery treatment plan. 

However, in our elective Christian groups, faith based 12 step meetings, and Bible studies, someone who does not believe in God can choose to come to none, one, or all of these to hear about God in recovery and how it might help you too. 

Alcohol and drug abuse is a hard battle to face and an open mind to try new things could be the difference in someone’s long-term recovery.

While doing any treatment program with outpatient services, we need to look at the whole picture of each individual client.

We work from the DSM-5 (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders) to properly create treatment plans for our clients. Addiction is categorized with 11 criteria that can be summarized in four main components:

  • Physical dependence (feeling the need for the substance to function)
  • Risky use (behaviors to obtain the substance that put you or others at risk)
  • Social problems (losing relationships with family members or friends)
  • Impaired control (having the desire to stop using the substance but unable to manage it)

Relapse management is an important component of any treatment program but a focal point of education in an intensive outpatient program setting.

In individual therapy sessions, you will learn individualized coping skills for your substance abuse triggers and co-occurring mental health issues. In group therapy, you will learn coping strategies from others’ intensive outpatient programs you can take with you forever.

When you successfully discharge from your outpatient treatment program, you will continue with the relationships you built in support groups and be part of our family for life!

What is the difference between traditional addiction treatment and faith based addiction treatment?

Faith based addiction treatment utilizes all the same methods traditional addiction treatment uses for clinical care from licensed professionals. Christian addiction treatment allows for clients to have a safe space to talk about their faith journey in recovery and be counseled on the Word of God.

There are methods used in both such as: cognitive behavioral therapy (cbt), dialectical behavioral therapy (dbt), and addiction group therapy for both groups of clients. During your faith based recovery program, you will have sessions with Christian groups and individual Christian counseling with a licensed professional who will help you share your spiritual experiences through the recovery process.

An intensive outpatient treatment program consists of three hour sessions 3-5 days/week depending on the client’s individual needs. This includes group therapy, family therapy, individual therapy, individual counseling, etc.

A regular outpatient treatment program is one session, once per week, that helps clients along their long-term addiction recovery journey. Even after you successfully discharge from your intensive dual diagnosis outpatient program, you still remain in our family to continue with outpatient treatment services, 12 step meetings, and/or family therapies and alumni groups.

The Mental Health Services Administration shares many adults have a mental illness and a substance use disorder (co-occurring disorder). Integrated care is recommended.

The presence of two or more disorders can complicate diagnosis and treatment. Integrating both screening and treatment for mental and substance use disorders leads to a better quality of care and health outcomes for those living with co-occurring disorders by treating the whole person.

SAMHSA offers evidence-based resources to help providers screen, diagnose, and deliver integrated care to patients with co-occurring disorders.

Our dual diagnosis treatment center in New Jersey is located in Parsippany, NJ, and for our in-person substance abuse treatment, we serve surrounding areas within 90 minutes such as Dover, Paterson, East Hanover, Lincoln Park, Boonton, Mountain Lakes, Morristown, Morris Plains, Monroe Township, Preakness, Wayne, Towaco, Whippany, Cedar Knolls, White Meadow Lake, Troy Hills, Pompton Plains and Lake Hiawatha.

Our virtual outpatient recovery programs & dual diagnosis therapy for substance abuse can be done from your home on a video call with our clinicians. We have the technology for us to serve the entire state of New Jersey with outpatient addiction and co-occurring mental health treatment services!

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New Chapter Recovery?

If you need co-occurring mental health services in NJ for substance abuse, we will help you make the next chapter of your life the best chapter of your life… So far!

Professional Medical Staff

Our staff are fully and dually licensed for substance use in our iop programs and more.

Recovery Community

At New Chapter Recovery we are dedicated to treating everyone who walks in our doors like family.

Addiction Treatment While Living At Home

Intensive treatment at our treatment center helps our clients in their continuum of care when leaving residential treatment, or if they are not at the level of substance use needing inpatient services at a residential treatment center.