Tranquil and Quest – Therapeutic Community in New Jersey

Tranquil and Quest’s sober living community is comprised of four high-end, oceanfront apartments, located in Bradley Beach, NJ.

Residents can enjoy state-of-the-art accommodations, including meals prepared by a gourmet chef, an onsite fitness center, and complimentary laundry services. Our 24-hour technicians are always there to provide necessary care and support during your stay.

Phone: 1-844-9TNQuest
1-844-986-7837

E-Mail: info@tranquilandquest.com

After Detox: Continued Care

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Aftercare Treatment for Substance Abuse

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Hundreds of thousands of individuals in New Jersey struggle with addiction. Half of addiction admissions are abuse of prescription painkillers and other opiates.

In New Jersey, if all 128,000 heroin addicts lived in the same place, it would be the state’s fourth largest city. –Jonathan D. Salant, NJ.com

For individuals struggling with substance abuse and their families, getting help can be hard. While various NJ addiction treatment programs and options are available, how can you know which option is right for you or your loved one?

Admission or intervention and detoxification are the first steps to recovery. However, recovery does not end once the substance has been removed from the body. Long-term treatment is recommended in order to address patterns of behavior, life stressors, and any co-occurring disorders that may factor into an individual’s addiction.

After Detox: Substance Abuse Treatment Programs

Each individual’s experience with recovery is different. Some may complete detox during an inpatient stay. Others may pursue ambulatory detox or detox on their own from home. One may choose to continue outpatient programming, while others may pursue an extended rehabilitation program.

Rehab typically refers to a residential substance abuse treatment program. This may be an inpatient facility, a sober living home, or halfway house. Inpatient facilities are best understood as substance abuse hospitals, where individuals receive treatment in the same place that they stay. This is not the case for sober living or halfway houses. One may remain involved in treatment while living in these homes. However, this treatment is usually outpatient care that is received off-site.

Long-term Care

There is no “cure” for addiction. Sobriety is an active choice that individuals make every day for the rest of their lives. For some, recovery does get easier and can be achieved independently. Others may pursue regular counseling to help them.

Before leaving a treatment program or rehabilitation, ask about discharge planning. Discharge planning is simply a discussion of your long-term options after treatment. Your program advisors will be able to help with this. One may attend a regular outpatient program, or see a therapist individually as desired.

At Tranquil & Quest, clients participate in the discharge and aftercare planning process. Each person’s recovery is different, but support is always key.

For more information or to request an appointment, call (844) 986-7837 or click here.

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