Trauma-Informed Addiction Treatment for Residents of Eatontown

When you’re lost in the cycle of addiction, you may feel as though it’s impossible to keep track of certain aspects of your life. Whether your professional life is spiraling out of control or you are losing your grasp on where you are when it comes to certain relationships in your life, any type of drug or alcohol addiction can consume you so completely that you lose the very essence of who you are. 

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.

However, did you know that addiction is rooted in experiencing some form of trauma? There are many people that mistakenly believe that addiction is something that a person decides to have. The reality is much different, however. Addiction is a disease that impacts the brain so severely that a person could completely change into a person that they don’t know. When you’re ready to tackle not only your addiction but overcome your trauma, The Source Treatment Center team is here to assist you. We specialize in providing our clients with the personalized care and attention that they need during these trying times. We have helped clients from all over the country, including the Eatontown area in overcome their addiction so that they can go on to live a healthier and more fulfilling life. 

Addiction Treatment That Gets to The Root Cause of Addiction 

The decision regarding the type of treatment program you are going to commit to is a critical one because it will give you the road map that you need to determine and work through the root cause of your addiction. At The Source, we have developed treatment programs that cater to clients from all different walks of life. For instance, every day we receive phone calls from clients that are working or going to school full time or even part-time but recognize the fact that they have an addiction to drugs or alcohol. If you find yourself in this position, then you would be well-suited for one of our outpatient programs. An intensive outpatient program or a general outpatient program gives you the flexibility that you need to see these important responsibilities in your life while still receiving the help that you need to address your addiction. 


A partial hospitalization program provides a more structured treatment plan in the sense that you will live in one of our beautiful single-family residences during the time that you’re in treatment. Similar to one of our outpatient programs, your partial hospitalization program can last anywhere between 30 and 90 days. During this stretch of time, you will participate in a minimum of 25 hours per week of therapeutic care and have unlimited access to the wonderful amenities that come along with our single-family housing. Don’t forget, you will also have around-the-clock access to your treatment team. 

It’s important to remember that trauma-based therapy is just one of several different types of therapy that you will experience regardless of whether you opt to commit to a partial hospitalization program or a partial hospitalization program. Over and above the trauma-based therapy that we offer, we also give our clients the opportunity to participate in the following forms of more traditional therapy: 

Individual Therapy

Individual therapy gives you the opportunity to speak with a member of your treatment team on a personal level so that you can work through different aspects of your addiction in a one-on-one setting. Although you will always be encouraged to share your experiences during group therapy, it’s possible that you may not feel comfortable doing so with certain aspects of your life. Also, individual therapy is beneficial in the sense that you can assess your current treatment program and make any adjustments to your plan to ensure that you make the most out of your time with us. 

Group Therapy 

Group therapy allows you to interact and communicate with other clients that are working through their own treatment program. Even if you just listen during the first few days of your recovery, you will likely notice that there are other people in your group that may have shared similar experiences as you. Through speaking with these other people both during group therapy as well as outside of therapy sessions, you can build and develop your own system of support which is something that can greatly help you as you progress in your recovery journey. 

What is Trauma Based Therapy Like? 

It’s important to understand that your time in trauma-based therapy may be difficult at times. There are many people that come to The Source who don’t have a clear understanding of the root cause of their addiction. Therefore, their time in trauma-based therapy may feel overwhelming simply because they are working toward searching in their memory for something that triggered their addiction without retraumatizing themselves in any way. 

There are many other people that come to our treatment facility who can identify the root cause of their addiction. In some cases, they are able to work through this trauma easily with the guidance of our team. In other cases, the trauma is so severe that it may take quite a few sessions before they feel comfortable with what happened and what they need to do to avoid any traumas or fallbacks going forward. 

Why Choose The Source? 

The recovery team at The Source always goes the extra mile to ensure that you have the help and support that you need as you work through your recovery program. We also offer opioid rehab in Eatontown. We understand the stress that is often associated with addiction which is why we pride ourselves on being there with you and for you regardless of whether you decide to work through our partial hospitalization program or one of our outpatient programs. If you’re ready to make this major change in your life, we recommend that you get in touch with our intake team today. 

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.