The opioid crisis has profoundly affected many lives across the United States, with New Jersey among the most severely impacted. In this time of hardship, NJ has been one of the leading states in responding to and tackling the epidemic head-on. However, the recovery process has hit a roadblock.

Atlantic County has been hit hard by the opioid epidemic. Synthetic opioid use has become increasingly common, worsening matters in Egg Harbor, Wildwood, Galloway, Ocean City and nearby areas. However, help is available. At Greenbranch Recovery treatment center, outpatient and partial hospitalization programs provide evidence-based treatment for individuals suffering from substance abuse disorders.

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Outpatient Treatment for Drug Addiction in Egg Harbor Township, NJ

Our evidence-based outpatient treatment program is for individuals seeking a flexible treatment option that allows them to continue their daily responsibilities, such as work or school while receiving treatment. This program includes individual counseling, group therapy and a treatment philosophy for continued sobriety. Our team of experienced professionals works to create a personalized treatment plan tailored to your recovery journey.

The Benefits of Intensive Outpatient Programs

Many people struggling with addiction can’t participate in a residential treatment program where they leave their responsibilities behind and focus solely on treatment. However, a family and community support network is essential for success in any treatment program. An intensive outpatient treatment center can be the best option for those individuals. Patients participate in individual and group therapy, 12-step programs and complementary therapies such as art therapy and music therapy during intensive outpatient treatment. Individuals typically participate in the program for 10 hours per week.

Success in an intensive outpatient program requires support at home. Supportive relationships include family members who will encourage the addicted individual in their recovery efforts. Addicted persons who live with or have a close association with others who misuse alcohol or drugs do better in an inpatient substance abuse treatment program.

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Partial Hospitalization Program for Drug Addiction in Egg Harbor Township, NJ

Partial hospitalization programs offer more structure than intensive outpatient programs. They’re ideal for people who need mental health and substance abuse treatment. Greenbranch Recovery’s partial hospitalization program in Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey, takes place in a rehab center, not a hospital.

Like intensive outpatient programs, individuals in partial hospitalization programs return to home, work or other responsibilities during the evening. They spend each day of the week in treatment, which includes individual and group therapy and complementary therapies, such as psycho-education and recreation therapy.

Substance Abuse Programs & PHP | The Pros and the Cons

Substance abuse treatment centers and partial hospitalization have pros and cons. Outpatient programs give individuals more time to handle personal responsibilities, although there may be an insufficient structure for those with serious substance abuse issues.

Participating in a partial hospitalization program offers flexibility while providing high-quality, evidence-based services that address a broad spectrum of addictive substances. They can be a good option for individuals with substance abuse and co-occurring mental health issues. A PHP can work well for individuals with stable home environments and family members willing to participate in family therapy. 

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Addiction Treatment Programs for Teachers, Nurses & Professionals

Dealing with increasing crime in schools, political interference, and low pay can make teaching a thankless job. Pressure to perform with little administrative support and inadequate resources can overwhelm teachers. As a result, some educators may turn to drugs or alcohol as an escape.

Like teachers, nurses often feel unappreciated for their hard work. Working long hours and dealing with sickness and death daily can take an emotional toll on nurses and other healthcare providers. Drinking and drug use may be how some nurses deal with emotional stress. Access to prescription medicines can also contribute to substance abuse for nurses seeking a “convenient” drug source.

Teachers, nurses and other professionals can find treatment programs to meet their specific needs at Greenbranch Recovery in Egg Harbor, NJ. Outpatient services allow working professionals to keep their jobs while getting treatment.

Egg Harbor’s Premier First Responder Drug Rehab

Police officers, paramedics and firefighters typically engage with vulnerable or violent individuals in dangerous and life-threatening environments. Combat zones with life-threatening risks keep service members on edge. Witnessing colleagues and friends getting injured or killed can be challenging for veterans to overcome.

First responders and veterans may turn to alcohol and drugs to numb their psychological pain as they struggle with the trauma associated with their work. Greenbranch Recovery’s treatment for first responders helps individuals working in tense environments develop the skills to manage without alcohol or drugs.

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Local Substance Abuse Treatment at Greenbranch Recovery

Greenbranch Recovery stands out among New Jersey drug rehab facilities. The staff at Greenbranch Recovery recognizes the importance of a holistic approach that includes therapy, life skills and other services to benefit individuals who struggle with addiction, helping them achieve long-term recovery.

If you struggle with addiction or know someone who needs substance abuse treatment, Greenbranch Recovery is ready to help. We’re convenient to Egg Harbor Township, NJ. Our staff can explain our services, answer health insurance questions and help you or a loved one get started on the journey toward recovery. Call us today at 833-272-6246 or submit an insurance verification form.