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Partial Hospitalization/Day Treatment - Newark

Partial Hospitalization, sometimes referred to as "PHP" or Day Treatment, is a kind of drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility which works to deal with drug addiction problems and psychological issues which may possibly be co-occurring. In a PHP center, the person in treatment participates in a variety of rehab services and strategies during the day and then leaves in the night time. This is carried out anywhere from five to seven days per week, all dependent on the seriousness of the drug problem. Partial Hospitalization can be most effective for drug addicted men and women in Newark, NJ. who are unable to pay for long-term inpatient care, or for those who are unable to be apart from their home for extensive periods of time. While in Day Treatment, individuals participate in traditional treatment services for alcohol or drug addiction problems while simultaneously addressing psychological problems which could keep them from remaining abstinent when rehabilitation is done.

Listings with Category "Partial Hospitalization/Day Treatment" in Newark, New Jersey:

  • Rutgers UBHC
    Rutgers UBHC is a Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Program that can be found at:

    183 South Orange Avenue
    Newark, NJ. 7103

    Treatment Services: Partial Hospitalization/Day Treatment, Persons With Co-Occurring Mental And Substance Abuse Disorders

    Payment Categories: Self Payment, Payment Assistance (Check With Facility For Details)
  • Atlanticare Behavioral Health Services
    Atlanticare Behavioral Health Services is a Drug Rehab and Alcohol Rehabilitation Program that can be found at:

    400 Chris Gaupp Drive
    Absecon, NJ. 8205
    609-404-0648 x355

    Treatment Services: Partial Hospitalization/Day Treatment

    Payment Categories: Self Payment, State Financed Insurance (Other Than Medicaid), Private Health Insurance