Addiction Treatment Centers in Trenton

 

Do you suspect a friend or family member of abusing prescription drugs? Are you seeking treatment for your own addiction? Remember: help is always within reach.

Whether you live in Trenton, Princeton, Hamilton Township, Ewing Township or another region in Mercer County, there are a number of New Jersey licensed addiction treatment centers that provide the support and treatment needed to overcome a prescription drug addiction. Check with ReachNJ’s resource guide to find a treatment center near you, or call 1-844-ReachNJ (1-844-732-2465) to learn more about available NJ resources.


Make The Call To Save A Life

Prescription drug addiction to opioids, CNS (central nervous system) depressants and stimulants can take a toll on you and the one’s you love. If you, a friend or a family member requires emergency assistance, please call or text 9-1-1 . By helping save a life, you can receive immunity from arrest and prosecution as outlined in the Good Samaritan Act.

For other non-emergency, addiction-related services, get in touch with a caring, friendly representative by calling ReachNJ’s helpline at 1-844-ReachNJ (1-844-732-2465). This service is free, confidential, multilingual and available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Each caller will receive an individualized assessment of their needs and be directed to New Jersey resources designed to help those afflicted with prescription drug addiction. You can also chat with us online to obtain the same comprehensive information and services while communicating with a member of our compassionate staff.


Treatment Centers And Support In Mercer County 

When you or a loved one is ready to take the first step to recovery, it’s recommended to seek medical assistance to lessen harmful side effects. Typically, recovery starts with a detoxification program, but stopping the use of particular prescription drugs suddenly may cause mild, severe or even fatal withdrawal symptoms. In addition, without medical help, those on the road to recovery are more apt to relapse in the future.

To assist those planning to withdraw from prescription drug use, NJ licensed addiction treatment centers – positioned throughout Trenton and the surrounding regions – provide inpatient, outpatient and partial care to New Jersey residents. Search ReachNJ’s resource guide  or contact the ReachNJ helpline to find a treatment center suited to your unique situation.

Additionally, families looking for information, guidance and resources to help a relative afflicted with prescription drug addiction can browse ReachNJ’s recovery centers and support groups.