Substance Abuse Resources in Cherry Hill
Drug Rehab, Alcohol Rehab & Detox

Cherry Hill Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

Cherry Hill in Camden County is conveniently located within 10 miles of Philadelphia and 30 miles of Trenton. It’s New Jersey’s commercial center and has many attractions to offer. Climb aboard the Battleship New Jersey, play a round of mini golf, go boating on Cooper River and relax in in one of the city’s many parks. Residents benefit from a low commute time and low unemployment rate.

Unfortunately, Cherry Hill has been negatively affected by the continuing and growing issues relating to the distribution and use of harmful substances in the region. Long investigations using informants, drug buys and recorded conversations have led to arrests of drug traffickers. Drug-related deaths have led to the arrests of those dealing drugs such as fentanyl and heroin. Residents of Cherry Hill found to be involved in an international drug ring were arrested after mail shipments of cocaine were discovered and a subsequent long-term investigation recorded numerous drug transactions.

Luckily, for those who do want help to deal with substance abuse, whether on a personal basis or for a loved one, there are Cherry Hill drug treatment facilities and Cherry Hill alcohol treatment facilities. The state of New Jersey has many treatment centers and recovery programs, and you can easily find help at the local level in Cherry Hill.

Our Closest Facility:

The Recovery Village Columbus3964 Hamilton Square Boulevard Groveport OH 43125 (614) 916-6571

The Recovery Village – IAFF Center of Excellence does not operate in the state of New Jersey. Our closest treatment facility is in Marlboro, Maryland and can be seen in the map above.

You’re not alone in this struggle.

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Finding Help & Recovery in Cherry Hill, NJ

Alcohol & Drug Rehab Centers in Cherry Hill, New Jersey

There are different treatment programs and the level you choose depends on your circumstances. It may the best option for you to start with a residential treatment program. Many patients do this and then progress to a partial hospitalization or an outpatient program. The different types are detailed below to help you make the right decision.

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    Cherry Hill Residential Treatment Programs

    For a patient with a prolonged history of substance misuse or someone suffering from a severe substance use disorder, a residential treatment program is the best option to choose. The residency requirement removes the patient from his or her normal environment and, therefore, away from temptations that continue to feed the addiction. Professionals are on hand 24 hours a day to monitor progress, offer support and administer medical care if needed. Patients going through recovery in the same program can interact with each offer and offer mutual encouragement. Usually, this type of program lasts from 30 to 90 days. Longer stays of six months or more are available at some therapeutic communities. The treatment services available include group and individual therapy sessions, physical activities and skills training, such as stress management and nutritional planning.

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    Cherry Hill Partial Hospitalization Programs

    For a significant amount of time each day, patients receive structured therapy and medical care in partial hospitalization programs. As long as their home environment is a safe and stable one, they can stay overnight there. This type of program uses many of the same amenities found in residential programs while offering patients a degree of flexibility.

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    Cherry Hill Outpatient Treatment Programs

    Outpatient programs are the most flexible of the three options, with patients living at home and attending structured therapy sessions at specified times. This allows patients to continue with everyday commitments of family, work and education while having access to professional care and support. They also benefit from their support network of family and friends. Patients must be strong-willed to avoid temptations and voluntarily refrain from using the substances linked with their addictions. This program type is best for those with mild forms of substance use disorders.

To ascertain which level of treatment program is best for you, take into consideration the length and history of your addiction and the substance you’re addicted to. Find out what treatments are covered by your insurance. Do you have access to any other financial help?

Cherry Hill Drug & Alcohol Detox Centers

While the thought of getting rid of the harmful substances from your body and beginning treatment may seem overwhelming, help is at hand to make sure you succeed in the least harmful way. Attend a Cherry Hill drug detox program or a Cherry Hill alcohol detox program where medical professionals monitor you throughout the detoxification process and administer medical care when needed to reduce the negative side effects. A complete detox is more likely to result in successful recuperation and long-term sobriety, so don’t attempt this alone as you may be discouraged and resort to using the harmful substance again. You can always combine detox with a treatment program, if you prefer.

Recovery Meetings Near You in Cherry Hill

Aftercare is essential to prevent the potential for relapse after you complete drug rehab in Cherry Hill, New Jersey or alcohol rehab in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. Recovery groups like Narcotics Anonymous offer supportive meetings for regular motivation and encouragement. There are many recovery groups and support meetings in and around Cherry Hill, New Jersey.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous is perhaps the most well known organization associated with helping alcoholics to recover from their addictions. The recovery group welcomes anyone with a desire to stop consuming alcohol with no financial obligation. The recovery program has 12 steps for members to follow. Members attend meetings where they’re encouraged to share their experiences, analyze behaviors that support their alcohol dependency, support one another in the program and learn techniques to help cope with sobriety in daily life. Here is a list of AA meeting locations in and around Cherry Hill.

  • Morning Glory – 3rd Step
    Ashland Evangelical Presbyterian Church Hall, 33 E Evesham Rd.
    Voorhees Township, NJ 08043
  • Unitarian Universalist Church – Hillside Building
    401 N Kings Hwy.
    Cherry Hill, NJ 08034
  • Trinity Presbyterian Church
    499 Marlton Pike E, Rt. 70 and Westgate Dr.
    Cherry Hill, NJ 08034

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

Narcotics Anonymous is another well-known organization that strives to help those using drugs to refrain from this behavior and achieve sobriety. There are no fees to join and anyone with a genuine desire to stop using drugs can become a member. Members follow a 12-step recovery program and work with a qualified sponsor to complete the steps. Here is a list of NA meeting locations in the Cherry Hill area.

  • JFK Hospital Rehab
    Chapel and Cooper Landing Rd.
    Cherry Hill, NJ 08002
  • Saint Michael’s Lutheran Church
    601 Kings Hwy. North
    Cherry Hill, NJ 08034
  • Unitarian Church
    401 Kings Hwy. North
    Cherry Hill, NJ 08034

SMART Recovery Meetings

SMART Recovery encourages self-empowerment and self-reliance in the effort to overcome addictions to drug and alcohol. Members participate in a 4-step program that uses scientific, motivational, cognitive and behavioral methods. Face-to-face meetings are held and members also have access to daily online meetings as well as an online chat room and message board. Here are the SMART Recovery meeting locations close to Cherry Hill.

  • St. David’s Evangelical Lutheran Church
    9169 Academy Rd.
    Philadelphia, PA 19114
  • Studio 34 Yoga
    4522 Baltimore Ave.
    Philadelphia, PA 19143
  • Our Lady of Fatima Church
    2913 Street Rd.
    Bensalem, PA 19020

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

Most support usually goes to those directly trying to recover from addiction to alcohol and drugs. But their friends and family of people attending Cherry Hill drug rehab or Cherry Hill alcohol rehab programs also need support. Al-Anon supports those close to individuals addicted to alcohol while Nar-Anon addresses the needs of those close to individuals using drugs. A 12-step therapeutic program is utilized and members participate in welcoming support meetings. Here are the meeting locations for Al-Anon and Nar-Anon in the Cherry Hill area.

  • Al-Anon
    Christ Our Light School
    402 Kings Hwy. N
    Cherry Hill, NJ 08034
  • Nar-Anon
    Live and Let Be Serenity Group, JFK Memorial Hospital
    2201 Chapel Ave. West
    Cherry Hill, NJ 08002

If you or a loved one is struggling to overcome issues with substance misuse, plenty of help is available near you. Check the recovery resources offered in nearby cities to overcome your addiction with the best treatment options. Consider traveling further afield to put some distance between you and your normal environment with all the temptations it has that feed your addiction.

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Local Communities Near Cherry Hill, NJ Served

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