Alcohol and Drug Rehab Center for Eatontown, NJ Residents

An addiction to drugs or alcohol is a life-altering aspect of any person’s life. One of the most confounding things about addiction is the fact that it’s something that can seemingly come up at any point in a person’s life for one reason or another. You could be at the top of your game in your respective industry, but then you begin to drink just a little too much each day to celebrate your success and suddenly you’re in a world where your entire career could be put in jeopardy. You could have wonderful relationships with your friends or family members that suddenly turn sour as a result of your drug use. Over time, you find that you’re completely alone and the only thing that you feel like you could do is to turn to your substance of choice. 

Making the decision to tackle your addiction is, without question, one of the most important days in your life. Once you come to this resolution, it’s imperative that you reach out to a drug rehab in Eatontown so that you can work with a team of addiction experts that can help you through the process of addressing the addiction issues that you have. Our Fort Lauderdale-based facility is open to any person that truly wants to conquer their issues with addiction so that they can go on to live a better and healthier life. We take the opportunity to get to know every client from the Eatontown area on a personal basis so that we can help them throughout their recovery journey. 

If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction, call The Source today.  Our treatment specialists are available 24/7 to discuss your options and help you find the perfect solution (800) 204-0418.

Regardless of whether this is your first time committing to a rehab program or you have attempted to go through this process numerous times, we strongly recommend that you approach your time in treatment with an open mind and an open heart. It’s possible that you may hear things during your time in treatment that you may not have heard before and that you may not understand right off the bat. However, when you truly commit to the process you will come to find that you will be able to make more out of your time in treatment. 

Something else that we also strongly recommend is that you be completely upfront and honest with our intake team when you initially reach out to us. Although it’s understandable that you may feel overwhelmed or even embarrassed by the steps that you need to take to treat your addiction, in order to ensure that you make the most out of your time in treatment, it’s essential that we have a complete picture of the extent of your addiction. We will need certain information regarding the types of medications that you may be taking to treat other conditions as well as your drug or drink of choice and the frequency of your consumption each day. In most cases, we will be able to help you to set up a treatment plan, which includes access to a detox facility near year within 24 hours from the time that you reach out to us. 

What Do You Do During Rehab? 

One of the standard questions that we receive from clients that are thinking of coming to The Source for treatment revolves around exactly what you will do during your time in a drug or alcohol rehab in Eatontown. The focus on your time in treatment will be spent determining the root cause of your addiction and what you can do to overcome it. The root cause of addiction is different for every person and the genesis of it is typically trauma. Trauma, similar to the root cause of your addiction, comes in many different shapes and forms. The Source treatment team takes the time to work personally with you to address these traumas. 


It’s important to remember that trauma can impact a person at any given point in their life. For example, it’s possible for a young child to experience trauma and for that trauma to stay with them throughout the course of their life. Unless they receive proper psychological care, it’s possible that they may turn to drugs or alcohol as a way to cope with what they are feeling. In turn, there is always the chance that a person could suffer from some type of trauma later in life. For instance, if you are a first responder or actively serving in the army, you may be part of an experience that leaves a life-shattering impact on you. 

A partial hospitalization program or one of the outpatient programs at The Source will provide you with the opportunity to truly address these events. Through participating in therapy, you will be able to face these traumas in such a way that they will not drive you to use your substance of choice. From there, you can begin to make healthier choices in your life and enjoy life once again. 

If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction, call The Source today.  Our treatment specialists are available 24/7 to discuss your options and help you find the perfect solution (800) 204-0418.