3535 Quakerbridge Rd. Suite 300
Hamilton Township, NJ 08619
Located near Trenton, and less than 20 minutes from Princeton, Hopewell Township, and West Windsor Township.
A partial care (or partial hospitalization) program is a step down from inpatient programming. Patients in this level of care spend six hours for five days a week at our NJ drug rehab center. You’ll attend individual therapy sessions, group therapy, educational lectures, and more. Unlike an inpatient program, you don’t live at our New Jersey facility but go home in the evenings.
People who complete a partial hospitalization program often step down to an intensive outpatient program. In IOP you can expect to spend three hours each day at the NJ center for three to five days per week. Often those in this level of care start to transition back to everyday life and hold a full-time job.
The least structured level of care is an outpatient program. An outpatient program only requires you to spend one to two days a week for three hours each day in therapy at our drug rehab in NJ. Outpatient care is ideal for those who have worked through the other levels of care or who have jobs or other commitments.
The pain and discomfort associated with quitting an addictive substance can be a significant barrier to recovery. Medical detox is a service where medically trained staff helps keep you safe while you withdraw from the substance to which you’re addicted. Medical detox also aims to decrease the discomfort experienced during this pivotal period. While our NJ rehab center does not offer medical detox, we can help you find a New Jersey facility that does. Or you can use the SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) tool here.
When you’re in inpatient (or residential) addiction treatment, you live, eat, and sleep at a treatment center. You attend daily individual therapy, group therapy, and other treatments. IP focuses on building foundational knowledge and skills to remain sober. While our NJ rehab center does not offer residential treatment, we can help you find a New Jersey facility that does. Or you can use the SAMHSA tool here.
Addiction is a biopsychosocial disease. This means that there are biological components, psychological components, and social components that contribute to it. Given the wide range of factors that help decide why, when, and how you becomes addicted, treatment requires a diverse set of therapies. The New Jersey Footprints to Recovery location offers a variety of addiction treatment modalities, including:
In individual therapy, you work one-on-one with a licensed therapist to change the patterns of thought that lead to your substance use. You’ll also learn how to handle life’s stresses and problems without using alcohol or drugs.
Group therapy in NJ brings recovering addicts together with the guidance of a therapist. Each member can work through stumbling blocks in recovery and in life. Group therapy provides a place where people with shared experiences can relate to and support one another.
Family therapy brings families together to address dysfunctional relationships and patterns of interaction that contribute to substance abuse issues. Both the addicted individual and their family can work through issues with the help of a trained therapist.
Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) uses specific pharmaceutical medications to decrease cravings for substances and increase the likelihood of staying sober. Research has shown that these medications can improve the outcomes of addiction treatment over time.
At Footprints to Recovery in Hamilton Township, NJ, you can also expect:
Mental health problems like anxiety or depression can occur alongside an addiction to drugs or alcohol. When this happens, the individual is considered to have co-occurring disorders or a dual diagnosis. Anxiety and depression are not the only types of co-occurring disorders, but they are some of the most common. Other co-occurring disorders that are often seen in those suffering from addiction in NJ rehab centers include:
A dual diagnosis must be adequately identified and treated for the best chance of remaining sober. Sometimes identifying co-occurring disorders can be challenging and take time. Using addictive substances can mask mental health symptoms or make them worse. The staff at Footprints to Recovery in NJ know the importance of treating co-occurring disorders. We’ll be here to help you through any old or new symptoms you experience during addiction treatment.
Support groups can be an essential component of a well-constructed recovery plan. They allow you to come together with others dealing with addiction to talk about your struggles and support each other through difficult or challenging periods. Support groups also look out for their members’ well-being and can take many forms in New Jersey, including:
Led by a team of Masters and Doctoral level clinicians, Footprints to Recovery provides a variety of rehabilitation programs to best meet each participants’ unique needs. In addition to offering partial care, intensive outpatient (IOP) and outpatient (OP) programs, our Hamilton Township-based treatment center arranges for medical detox and sober living options. Drug and alcohol recovery is not one-size-fits all, so we work with our program participants to determine the right schedule and treatment types.
Yes, we encourage family involvement. We offer a family support group on Wednesday evenings from 6 to 8 PM weekly. We also offer individual family sessions as clinically indicated based on your needs.
We have a full-time advanced practice nurse (APN) on staff. Patients see the APN within their first 48 hours of admission, followed by routine follow-up appointments as needed—once monthly at minimum.
Our APN is licensed to assess and address behavioral health needs, including medication management. We also offer case management services to link you to local medical providers.
Each patient is assigned to a clinical therapist upon admission. Your therapist will make contact with you within your first 24 hours of admission. Following initial contact, you’ll receive weekly individual therapy sessions for a minimum of an hour. Based on your needs, additional sessions may be offered, including referrals to our in-house EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing) therapists.
Although we offer a wide range of addiction services in NJ, a large portion of our programming involves participation in group therapy. We pride ourselves in offering small group settings, allowing for increased comfort and encouraging group cohesion among our patients. We offer a wide range of group services to best meet your needs. Our goal is to expose you to a wide array of skills and experiences that you may benefit from in your recovery. Once deemed clinically appropriate, you may opt to continue at Footprints to Recovery, solely for ongoing weekly individual sessions as a means of continued therapeutic progress.
One of the first problems often encountered by someone addicted to substances is figuring out the best way to pay for addiction rehab. There are many ways you can pay for New Jersey addiction treatment, including:
If you have insurance and want to check if your insurance company will cover rehab at Footprints to Recovery in NJ, click here. Once you enter your insurance information into the online form, Footprints to Recovery New Jersey rehab staff will contact your insurance company to verify coverage, and they’ll be in touch with you.
Don’t have insurance? We’ll work with you to find the best option for paying for addiction treatment in NJ. We want to make this process as easy as possible. Finances shouldn’t be an added stress.
No one state has escaped the devastation caused by addiction. In New Jersey, around 100,000 people were admitted into a rehab addiction treatment program in 2019. With an estimated state population of over 6.9 million people, this means that roughly 1.44% of the state’s population was treated for an addiction-related concern. Keep in mind that the number of individuals that seek out and receive treatment is only a small fraction of those suffering from diagnosable substance use disorders.
The most common primary substance an individual seeking treatment reported using in New Jersey in 2019 was heroin (42%), followed by alcohol (31%). Of the 98,628 admissions for substance use disorders into a New Jersey rehab program, 42,341 (42.9%) were admitted into treatment more than once. Both intensive outpatient (IOP) and outpatient care (OP) were the most common levels of care utilized by those seeking treatment (49%).
The journey to a life free from drugs and alcohol starts by picking up the phone. Call Footprints to Recovery to talk to an NJ addiction rehab staff member today. Calling may be the most challenging part of getting help, but once you do, you’ll be paired with an admissions coordinator.
Our admissions coordinator will answer any questions you have about addiction treatment and organize the process of getting you—or someone you love—the help you need. The admissions coordinator may connect you to a financial advisor who will work with you to determine the best way to pay for treatment.
You’ll be set up with an admission date after you talk with an admissions coordinator and decide to move forward. This is the day and time in which you’ll show up to our rehab center in NJ to start treatment.