You may have fine memories of Bergen County being your home of childhood recollections. It is also the home of thousands of people addicted to drugs and alcohol. Every year, Bergen County New Jersey has thousands of people seeking help for their addiction. Treatment centers across New Jersey receive phone calls from parents looking to get their child into a treatment program. Treatment programs often are 7, 30 and 90 days programs. If you have a child or a loved one that needs help, it is hard to find sometimes.
If you live in Bergen County, you may find that a treatment center is not the same for every person. Your child or loved one may be struggling with a combination of alcoholism, prescription drugs, cocaine and heroin. You will need to find an addiction treatment center that deals with dual diagnosis. If you have never been to treatment or know someone that has, you probably have a question about how it all works.
After speaking with the admissions team, your loved one will first go through detox. Detox usually lasts for around 7 days. After this, they will attend an inpatient program that lasts anywhere from 30, 60 or 90 days. You will be able to see your loved one transition from someone addicted to a substance to someone that is clean and refreshed. A treatment program gives your loved one a transition. You will find that treatment programs are available all over Bergen County to include: Dumont, Englewood, Hackensack, Paramus, and Midland Park, Closter, Glen Rock, Fairlawn and many others.
Some of the drugs that are being used in Bergen County are heroin and cocaine. These drugs are on the rise and many abusers are seeking help. Once a person finds themselves addicted to a drug, it is hard to come off of them without the help of a treatment center.
Prescription drugs are also easy to become addicted to if they are not prescribed by a doctor. Many men and women that enter a drug and alcohol treatment center are also addicted to prescription drugs such as: benzodiazepines, pain pills and other medications.
Believe it or not, many young adults start off by casually doing drugs with their friends. A friend may offer your child some marijuana or cocaine. At first, it seems like a simple experiment. However, over time, it becomes a problem that gets out of control. Eventually your child may begin stealing from you or waking up in places that they don’t even remember entering into. Sometimes it is mixed with alcohol. When someone starts to spin out of control with drugs and alcohol, they begin to experience a loss of control. Often an addict wants help, but doesn’t know where to turn. Many people find that a treatment center helps them to get to the next level of sobriety. A person needs assistance from therapists, psychiatrists and friends to help them to overcome their addiction. Your loved one may even need an intervention. No matter how you “slice the cake”, you are going to have to help them to get to the next level of sobriety.