South Jersey has seen a growing number of people falling prey to heroin addiction.This article from Philly Voice highlights the phenomenon of users taking New Jersey Transit's River Line from the South Jersey suburbs to the city of Camden to feed their addiction. The article notes that New Jersey 741 heroin-related deaths in New Jersey in 2013, a 160 percent increase since 2010.
The New Jersey State government recognizes this growing problem. In 2014, the Governor's Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse commissioned a special Task Force on Heroin and Other Opiate Use by New Jersey's Youth and Young Adults. The report concluded that the fast rising use of heroin and other opiates is the state's number one health problem that requires urgent action.
Rehab Can Lead To Recovery
People who have struggled with addiction or seen a close friend go through such a struggle need to know that resources are available to help them overcome their addiction. But the first step in such a process requires the addict to recognize that he or she has a problem and needs help. We can help you find the rehab program that you need to get your life back on track.
There are a variety of rehab programs that apply different techniques to help with recovery. Some people need an outpatient program that allows them to get the help that they need while they still attend to their work and home duties. Others may require inpatient treatment that allows the addict to focus solely on recovery in a supportive environment with necessary medical treatment with them at all times.
Whatever approach is best for you, the road to recovery starts when you look for help and assess the available options. We can help you find the program you need.
There’s No Need to Worry About Treatment Confidentiality
Drug and alcohol rehab is a seriously private matter, and it should be treated as such. If you are concerned about how much confidentiality you will have at a local treatment center in Camden, you may want to consider traveling and going out of town for rehab. There, you will be away from the prying eyes of nearby neighbors, and you can concentrate fully on kicking your drug habit and getting better. You will also not have to worry about those you work or go to school with becoming involved in your personal life.
Many of those who struggle with drug abuse are unaware of treatment centers that are located in surrounding cities. There are often a plethora of options in other areas that surround your home, and in many cases, you will be able to find a rehab center that better fits your needs if you're willing to travel for treatment. You can learn more about these centers by calling our toll free number and speaking with one of our knowledgeable representative about your options concerning privacy in recovery and the possibility for travel.