Drug Detox Programs for Residents of Eatontown

An addiction to drugs is something that can impact a person at any time in their life. They may be running a huge company, however, an addiction to prescription medication can stop you in your tracks. You can be working through an educational program, however, because of your drug addiction you aren’t able to accurately complete your assignments and you fail out. There is a common misconception that only a person that didn’t have a healthy or sound upbringing can fall prey to addiction. However, the reality is much different. 

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.

Once you’ve made the decision to overcome your addiction to drugs, the next thing that you should assess with your treatment team is whether or not you need to begin your recovery journey in a detox program. In most cases, you will be strongly encouraged to work through a detox program because this will provide you with the around-the-clock care that you need during this early stage of your recovery journey. 

What to Expect During Drug Detox 

It’s impossible to tell exactly how or what you will feel during the time that you work through a drug detox program. Overall, the entire drug detox process should last approximately seven days. The first 72 hours of the detox process will be the most physically and psychologically difficult for you. Although withdrawal symptoms may begin on the mild side, they will quickly escalate in severity as time goes by which is why it’s critical that you get in touch with our intake team as soon as possible so that we can help you to locate a detox facility that is close to your area and get you the care that you need. 

Toward the end of your week in detox, you will begin to feel more like yourself which means that you will be able to have a better commitment to your overall recovery program. 


What Happens After Drug Detox? 

Once you go through the drug detox process, you will find that you’re in a better place mentally to begin to focus on the steps that you need to take for lifelong recovery. A decision that you will need to make is the type of treatment program that you want to work through. At The Source, you have the option to take advantage of one of the following recovery programs: 

Partial hospitalization program 

A partial hospitalization program gives you the opportunity to change the environment around you for a period of time so that you can exclusively focus on yourself and your recovery. The partial hospitalization program that we offer at The Source allows you to live in one of our beautiful single-family residences throughout the stretch of your treatment journey while having around-the-clock access to your treatment team. You will participate in at least 25 hours of therapy per week and be able to utilize different sober amenities which will help you through your recovery program. 

Intensive outpatient program 

If you need more flexibility in your recovery program, then you should consider committing to an intensive outpatient program. An intensive outpatient program, also known as an IOP, requires that you commit to a minimum of nine hours per week in therapeutic treatment. This provides you with plenty of time to see other responsibilities throughout your day. It’s also an excellent option if you recently completed a partial hospitalization program and you’re looking to continue on in your recovery journey. 

General outpatient program 

If you work or go to school full time, an intensive outpatient program may be too much for you to manage. A general outpatient program requires a weekly hourly commitment of just four hours which entails three hours of group therapy and an hour of individual therapy. While you will still focus on understanding and overcoming the root cause of your addiction, there will also be a special focus on relapse prevention due to the fact that you will be faced with practical temptations throughout your day. 

It’s not enough just to go through the motions of enrolling in a recovery program. The next step is that you will need to work toward uncovering the root cause of your addiction. This tends to vary depending on the person. For example, if a person sustained some type of trauma during their early childhood years, and did not receive the right type of care or support to address this traumatic event, then it’s possible that they could turn to drugs as a way to cope. In turn, this is something that could also happen to an adult. First responders or soldiers are just as susceptible to experiencing traumatic events as a person who may have been physically or psychologically abused. When you work with our team, we will work with you to identify the cause of your addiction so that it is something that you can work through in a way that will not re-traumatize you. 

The main way that you will work through your addiction and the root cause of it is through participating in different forms of therapy such as: 

  • Individual therapy 
  • Trauma-based therapy 
  • Group therapy 
  • Behavioral therapy 
  • Family therapy 

Although it may feel uncomfortable at times, when you openly and honestly participate in the various forms of therapy that we offer at The Source, you will develop a better understanding of the impact that addiction has had on your life and how you can take steps to recover going forward. 

The intake team at our best rehab in Eatontown is available right now to help you to develop a recovery program that suits your needs. You can take comfort in the fact that we will be there with you and for you every step of the way from the moment that you reach out to us through the time that you complete your recovery program. For more information about the programs that we offer for Eatontown residents, please get in touch with us at (800) 204-0418.

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.