SOBA New Jersey offers alcohol detox and rehab for individuals suffering from an alcohol addiction. Our program is specifically designed to help alcoholics overcome their addiction and begin to live a successful life in recovery. Our process leads to a more effective recovery and better long-term outcomes. Work with us to overcome addiction and get back to being you.
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We offer a multi-step program, starting with alcohol detox, that turns individuals dependent on alcohol into self-sufficient and self-reliant individuals. Motivating our clients in a community-driven environment supports their recovery and helps them find lasting success long after treatment ends. In addition to treating the alcohol abuse problem, we treat underlying mental health problems which can be the real reason for the addiction. Our treatment approach allows clients to progress at their own pace. Clients gain more responsibility and independence at each new phase of care, allowing more autonomy and self-sufficiency
Alcohol addiction can take a toll on personal lives, families, relationships, careers, and more, but it also is detrimental to the physical health and wellbeing of the addict.
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The Heart: Too much alcohol can damage the heart, causing cardiomyopathy, arrhythmias, high blood pressure, and strokes.
The Brain: Diminished brain matter, memory loss, severe changes in mood, behavior, clarity, and coordination.
The Liver: Our livers work to break down alcohol to remove it from our system. Alcohol abuse can cause several liver problems, including steatosis, fibrosis, cirrhosis, and alcoholic hepatitis.
Cancer: Alcohol abuse increases the risk of getting certain cancers including mouth and throat, larynx, esophagus, colon and rectum, liver, and breast cancer among women.
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Alcohol dependency manifests itself in 3 levels of severity: mild, moderate, and severe. When left untreated, any level of alcohol dependency can continue to grow, and the alcohol abuse can become exponentially worse.
SOBA New Jersey understands the growing nature of addiction and is expertly equipped to handle all cases. From mild cases to severe ones with many complexities–we deliver the right care every time. Our care team consists of dually-licensed Clinicians, board-certified Psychiatrists, and experienced Case Managers. We provide the highest quality of treatment which is backed by our sober housing systems and a 24/7 support staff.
Addiction doesn’t have a “cure.” It lasts through life and every day is a challenge to remain sober and in recovery. Triggers never fully disappear, and temptations are always around. That’s why, at SOBA New Jersey, relapse prevention is a pillar of our alcohol addiction treatment.
Not only do we provide treatment to overcome alcohol dependency, we provide the tools and techniques required to stay sober outside of treatment.
Working on relapse prevention begins in treatment, but post treatment is where the real test for our clients begins. To prepare for this we help our clients set up support networks outside of treatment. These include sponsors, 12-step meetings, a healthy home life and routine, and more.
We also provide follow-up services such as group meetings, individual therapy, family therapy, and Alumni meetings for our successful program graduates. Our proactive treatment approach works to maintain long-term sobriety and a life beyond the shackles of alcohol addiction.
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