Over the past few decades, heroin has been a serious problem for people living in Lafayette, NJ and the surrounding areas. If you suffer from heroin addiction or abuse other drugs, our rehab problems can help you get sober again. Serious drugs not only affect the user, but they also have a negative impact on their family, friends and neighboring communities as well. There are a number of incidents in Sussex County every year, which remind us that these drugs are still a prevalent issue for many residents in the area.
According to the NJ Center for Prevention and Counseling, more than 430 Sussex County residents were admitted to a substance abuse facility during the first half of 2015. More than 55 percent of these residents identified themselves as opiate or heroin users. During 2013, Sparta recorded 29 heroin overdoses and seven fatalities. These types of statistics are common in many of the neighboring towns in the area, including Vernon, Newton and Franklin.
In June, Franklin police arrested five individuals as a result of a three-month investigation into drug dealing throughout the area. Seven people were charged in connection with either heroin possession or heroin distribution. Our rehab programs are designed to help you avoid these types of life-altering events. Even if you already face criminal charges for drug abuse, it’s never too late to get sober and regain control of your life.
We can enroll you in a residential rehab or an outpatient program that is suited to your needs. Many people benefit from our inpatient rehab because it's easier to detox when you remove yourself from the outer influences fueling your addiction and cravings. Our rehab programs will provide you with everything you need to overcome drug addiction and maintain sobriety long term, including therapy sessions, support groups and relapse prevention as well.
Your Rehab Experience Should Be Private
Admitting that you have an addiction problem is the first step toward recovery and lifelong sobriety, but it can be a difficult one to make. Your next step will be choosing a rehab center that is right for you. Attending drug or alcohol rehabilitation is a highly private situation that should be treated with the utmost confidentiality.
Those who are particularly worried about how confidential and private their treatment program will be may want to consider traveling out of town in order to seek treatment. In many cases, you might not need to travel very far to find a secluded enough location where you feel comfortable addressing your addiction problem.
On the other hand, outpatient treatment centers may need to be chosen based on how close they are to where you live. Because you'll be coming and going, having a nearby location for treatment will enable you to continue on with your life as usual. Our toll free hotline has representative standing by who can help you with this critical decision and let you know about local or distant rehab centers that will fit your needs.