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Drug & Alcohol Recovery and Rehab in Newark, New Jersey

Throughout Newark, New Jersey, there are 12 different drug and alcohol addiction treatment centers. Many of the centers even include state-funded programs that have very low costs and are often free. This helps many low-income families receive the treatment without coming out on the streets. Some centers in Newark include the Bethel Counseling Services, BHS/Broad Human Service Counseling Center, Cura Inc., Cura Inc. Adult Residential Center, Cura Inc. Outpatient and Residential Short-Term, LabCorp and more.

All throughout the city of Newark, there are well over 12 different drug and or alcohol treatment facilities and different services available to struggling addicts. Drug rehabilitation centers can sometimes be difficult to get into because of waiting lists, but this normally only happens with programs that have a limited amount of funding to have a certain amount of beds. State-funded programs are typically free of charge, covered by insurance, or are at a very low cost. The only downfall is the waiting lists that may occur when a person is trying to check in. This is why it is important to look at as many different treatment programs as possible to help find one that will be best suited.

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Low-income neighborhoods and drug abuse

Within many of the low-income areas, there are families that are struggling to pay the rent and have to rely on social programs to get by. Drug problems affect so many in these parts in the city, but through local programs and volunteer organization's, addicts and their families can receive some proper help. Many of the programs throughout the state accept state-funded health insurance and offer low-cost or free programs.

Drug Treatment Programs in Newark, New Jersey

The city of Newark is the largest city within the state and is positioned between two large industrial markets within Pennsylvania and New York. As with most cities of this size, drug problems and crime are issues within the metropolitan area and communities throughout the city. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration lists 27 drug rehabilitation centers within a five-mile radius of the city.

New Jersey Addiction Services by Type of Drug

New Jersey Addiction Services by Type of Drug

Here is a list of the different services in Newark, New Jersey. The list can be incomplete so please do not hesitate to contact one of our counselors at 1-800-304-2219.

List of addiction treatment services in Newark, New Jersey