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New JERSEY Addiction Treatment Programs

Substance Use Disorder Programs

We believe that addiction treatment should be about more than just abstinence. Valley Spring Recovery Center is licensed with the state of new jersey to provide ASAM levels of care:

  • Level 0.5: Early Intervention.
  • Level I: Outpatient Services.
  • Level II: Intensive Outpatient/Partial Hospitalization Services.

We offer a holistic approach that takes into account the whole person, not just their addiction. Our addiction treatment programs in New Jersey are designed to help our clients find their purpose and passion in life and to express themselves. In addition to outpatient, Intensive Outpatient and Partial Hospitalization levels of care, we have specialty programs for dual diagnosis treatment as well as working professionals. We also provide a supportive and caring environment where clients can feel safe exploring their emotions and working through their trauma. Our goal is to help our clients build a foundation for a sober and fulfilling life, and we are committed to providing compassionate care every step of the way. You can visit our therapeutic interventions page to see the therapies we provide within each of our programs.

Daytime Programs

At Valley Spring addiction treatment center, our daytime programs provide a safe and supportive environment where individuals can work towards achieving their recovery goals.

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Evening Programs

Valley Spring addiction treatment center offers comprehensive evening programs to help individuals start their journey to recovery.

Addiction Treatment in New Jersey

In Garden State, quality addiction and mental health treatment is not just a promise but a reality. If you or a loved one are in need, Valley Spring Recovery Center in Bergen County, specifically Norwood, NJ, stands ready to serve the entire state. Your path to recovery starts here.

Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

Traditionally speaking, a partial hospitalization program offers structured addiction treatment that runs several hours daily throughout the week. Through this treatment option, you can participate in treatment sessions during the day and return to your home at night. This treatment can be highly beneficial for those who have supportive family members at home and responsibilities that they must maintain during the week.

Determining whether you could benefit from a partial hospitalization program doesn’t have to be challenging. The first step that you should take is to talk to our addiction treatment admissions team. They will provide a formal assessment to determine what level of treatment is right for your needs.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Valley Spring Intensive Outpatient Programs offer many benefits to patients who need addiction treatment but do not need a residential program. Our IOP gives patients the freedom to come and go to each session, and to return home afterward. Intensive Outpatient Programs provide a level of care that is less intense than inpatient treatment but more structured than traditional outpatient care.

Valley Spring IOP is designed to treat individuals with addiction who are struggling to stay sober but do not need 24-hour care. Treatment typically takes place three to five days per week for several hours each day. During treatment, patients participate in individual and group therapy, as well as other unique therapies designed to help them recover from addiction. IOPs can be an effective treatment option for those who are committed to sobriety but need additional support. For many people, IOPs provide the structure and support they need to maintain sobriety and achieve long-term recovery.

Outpatient

Patients can receive the necessary addiction therapy and care while still attending school, working, and spending time at home with their families thanks to our outpatient treatment. Valley Spring has a one-of-a-kind outpatient addiction treatment center that specializes in confidentia, boutique addiction treatment. This proven program can provide a much-needed outlet for those who are struggling with addiction. Through activities and evidence based therapies, outpatient addiction treatment centers can help patients to express themselves in a safe and supportive environment. For many people struggling with addiction, the creative arts can be a powerful tool for healing. Valley Spring helps people from all walks of life to tap into their creativity and use it as a force for good.

Alumni

The Valley Spring Alumni program offers a fantastic network of support for those who complete rehab. Alumni networks offer a chance to connect with people who attended the same facility at different periods, hear about their experiences, and stay in touch with the personnel and resources that supported their recovery. It’s no secret that addiction is a major problem in our society. Every year, countless people struggle with substance abuse, and the resulting problems can have a devastating impact on families and communities. Fortunately, Valley Spring is working to address this issue. Our program provides support and resources for people who have completed addiction treatment and are working to stay sober. The program includes activities such as monthly meetings, group support, and individual counseling. For many Valley Spring alumni, this program is a lifeline that helps them stay on the path of recovery.

Telehealth Virtual Outpatient

Online addiction therapy is available from Valley Spring in the convenience of your own home. Participants get the same level of care in the virtual outpatient program using the same core evidence-based program. Virtual outpatient treatment for addiction offers many advantages over traditional outpatient care. Furthermore, this means that patients can remain in their familiar surroundings and avoid the stigma of seeking treatment at a physical facility. Additionally, virtual outpatient care is often more affordable than traditional care, making it an option for those who may not be able to afford traditional treatment. Finally, virtual outpatient care is flexible and convenient, allowing patients to schedule appointments around their busy lives. By offering these benefits, virtual outpatient care makes it possible for more people to get the treatment they need to overcome addiction.

Case Management

In order to address a client’s health and human services needs, case management involves assessing, planning, implementing, coordinating, monitoring, and evaluating the available options and services. For many people struggling with addiction, the journey to recovery is a long and difficult one. There are often many obstacles in the way, including financial problems, relationship difficulties, and employment issues. Valley Spring can help to address these problems and provide much-needed support. Our team works with clients to develop individualized service plans that address the unique needs of each person. They also connect clients with resources and services in the community, such as housing assistance, financial counseling, and job training programs. In addition, case managers provide ongoing support and advocacy, helping to ensure that clients stay on track with their recovery goals. For many people in treatment, case management is an essential step on the road to recovery.

Sober Living Resources

The transition from comprehensive addiction treatment to an independent life is so important. Valley Spring is committed to helping people maintain long-term sobriety through sober living programs. Sober living homes provide a safe and supportive environment for people in early recovery. Sober-living residents are typically required to follow certain guidelines, such as abstaining from drugs and alcohol and adhering to a curfew. This structure can help residents stay on track with their recovery goals and avoid relapse. Additionally, sober living homes have staff members who are available to provide support and assistance when needed. For those struggling with addiction, sober living assistance can be an important step on the road to recovery.

Working Professionals Program

Outpatient treatment for working professionals is a specialized form of addiction recovery that fits into the demanding schedules of those who cannot take extended time off from their careers. This treatment model allows individuals to maintain their professional responsibilities while seeking help for substance abuse or mental health issues. Sessions are typically scheduled during non-working hours, such as evenings or weekends, to minimize disruption to the individual’s work schedule. The program may include individual counseling, group therapy, educational workshops, and medication management, if needed. The primary goal of outpatient treatment for working professionals is to provide effective therapy in a flexible manner that doesn’t compromise their career progress. It’s an ideal solution for individuals who are highly motivated to recover and need the support of therapy while navigating their professional lives.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do You Accept Patients Directly From Detox?

Yes. We will work with your case manager and therapist to make sure you receive a smooth transition from residential treatment.

Where is your addiction Treatment Center In Northern New Jersey?

We are located in Norwood New Jersey and serve patients from all over Bergen County including Northvale, Old Tappan, Closter, Demarest, Haworth, Emerson, Dumont, Creskill, Alpine, Creskill, Closter, Tenafly,  Englewood Cliffs as well as New York State including Nyack, Pearl River, Piermont, West Nyack, Park Ridge and surrounding areas of Orangeburg NY State. We also offer telehealth services to NY and NJ if you are not able to travel.

HOW DO I KNOW IF I NEED ADDICTION TREATMENT?

Many people struggle with figuring out whether they need addiction treatment. One sign that you may need professional help is if you have tried to quit using drugs or alcohol multiple times but were unable to maintain sobriety for long periods of time. Another red flag is if your substance use has caused negative consequences in your personal relationships, work, or health. If you find yourself unable to control how much or how often you use substances, it’s worth exploring the possibility of seeking treatment. It is also important to consider seeking help if you have a strong desire to cut back on your substance use but are finding it difficult to do so on your own. Remember that seeking assistance is not a sign of weakness – choosing to address your substance use and improve your overall well-being shows strength and courage. Don’t be afraid to reach out to Valley Spring Recovery Center for support as taking the first step toward recovery can lead to a healthier and happier life.

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Valley Spring Recovery Center offers comprehensive addiction and mental health treatment services. If you’re struggling, we’re here to help. Contact our admissions team, available 24/7, to start your journey towards recovery.

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What To Expect From Our Substance Use Disorder Programs In Bergen County New Jersey

Many people struggling with addiction feel like there is no hope for recovery. However, addiction treatment can be extremely effective in helping people to overcome their addiction and regain control of their lives. At Valley Spring, we have many different types of treatment available, and the most effective approach often depends on the individual’s unique needs and circumstances. However, all treatment programs share a common goal: to help people abstain from using drugs or alcohol and to develop healthy coping skills to deal with stress and triggers. In many cases, treatment will also involve addressing any underlying mental health issues that may be contributing to the addiction. With the right treatment plan, anyone can overcome addiction and go on to lead a happy and healthy life. Call us today to get the help you need!

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