Corner House Substance Abuse Treatment Review
Learn more about Corner House Substance Abuse Treatment located at 369 Witherspoon St, Princeton, NJ 8540.
Corner House promotes the health and well-being of Princeton area young people and their families, as they confront substance abuse and other emotional issues. Services Comprehensive Substance Abuse Evaluations Individual, Group and Family Treatment Services Early Intervention Program 8-session open enrollment group for students ages 13-18, to discuss pertinent issues related to alcohol and drug use and provides life skills strategies. Adolescent Treatment ProgramThe capacity to relate to and engender the trust of adolescents and their families has been the hallmark of Corner House from its beginning, nearly 40 years ago. They view substance abuse and dependence through many lenses, with special focus on each individual’s needs. They recognize that change is possible when adolescents and their families feel understood and discover the process of change that works specifically for them. Recovery Support Groups Women’s Recovery Group Men’s Recovery Group Drug Court Treatment Program for Adults Contract with NJ Department of Human Services Division of Addiction Services to provide substance abuse treatment services to drug court clients. Employee Assistance Program for Princeton Township employees Corner House is licensed by the State of New Jersey Department of Human Services as an Ambulatory Care Facility. Clients range in age from 11 to 35. Some individuals self-refer while others are referred by local schools, the courts and law enforcement, the religious community, or by an array of public and private health and human service agencies in the Princeton area and beyond. Costs for services: Fee for Service Initiative (FFS); Accepts private health insurance, Self pay and sliding scale, State funding Serves people between the ages of 11 and 35 with substance abuse problems
Contact Corner House Substance Abuse Treatment
369 Witherspoon St, Princeton, NJ 8540
Questions About Corner House Substance Abuse Treatment
Can Corner House Substance Abuse Treatment rehab patients have visitors?
The rules change from center to center but by and large, the answer for inpatient care is NO. The goal is to focus on healing, building good habits, and developing a relationship with a recovery specialist.
Can rehab be covered by insurance?
With the introduction of the ACA, plans must provide coverage as essential health benefits.
Can rehab help with depression?
Dual diagnosis rehab can focus on treating your depression and your addiction as separate but closely related issues. So yes, more often than not, depression is directly tied to drug and alcohol abuse. And yes, recovery can have a profound positive impact on depression.
Will rehab cure alcohol addiction?
It is largely believed that there is no cure for Alcoholism. It must be treated on an ongoing basis. After rehab in Princeton, the best thing you can do is find and use a reputable support group, such as Alcoholics Anonymous.
How many drug rehab centers are in the us?
There are thousands of rehabilitation centers available in the US. In fact, the federal government provides a directory 1,1oo pages long. That’s where Victory of Life is happy to assist. Our professionals in Princeton help decide what locations and treatments are a good fit for you.
Rehab Programs in Princeton
Inpatient Programs in Princeton
Inpatient drug and alcohol addiction treatment can be designed for patients with symptoms related to acute or chronic drug and alcohol withdrawals. We refer inpatient addiction treatment programs that are highly specialized and take into account your unique circumstances as well as an individual.
Most Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP) provide a level of care designed for people over 18 and who require more structure. There can be daytime and evening IOPs to accommodate your schedule. For information about our outpatient programs, please call us today.
Addiction often involves everyone in the family as most everyone, in one way or another, has been deeply affected by it. Educating and caring for the family is an essential part of addiction treatment and recovery. We connect you to family-inclusive programs that help family members understand the disease of addiction and learn how to assist in a way that is conducive to recovery.
Detox & Withdrawal
Referred doctors and nurses, specially trained in a variety of detoxification methods, may recommend individualized detox and withdrawal care based on your particular dependency and medical history. Professionals may provide 24/7 medical care to ensure optimal care and safety.
Support in Princeton
Recreation therapy can be an important part of recommended inpatient addiction treatment programs. Under the guidance of certified therapists, rec therapy activities in Princeton stimulate problem-solving capabilities, trust issues, and overcoming compulsive behavior.