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

Prescription painkiller abuse has quickly become a major epidemic in the United States, and especially New Jersey. The most common of these drugs are opioids because of their euphoric, pain relieving effects. Identifying and comprehending opioid abuse can be difficult. How can something that a doctor prescribes cause an addiction, and even become deadly? Learn more about addiction and NJ opioid detox below. NJ Opioid Abuse “No one wakes up in the morning and decides they

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Detox Program in NJ

Detox Program in NJ What is a detox program? Detox, or detoxification, is the process of clearing substances from the body. It is the first step in recovering from drug or alcohol addiction. When an individual enters a medical detox program in NJ, s/he is seeking help with this process. A medical detox program will provide support, medication, and supervision during the detox process. In cases where withdrawal symptoms are extreme, medication (i.e. methadone, suboxone)

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“Drug use is on the rise in this country and 23.5 million Americans are addicted to alcohol and drugs. That’s approximately one in every 10 Americans over the age of 12 – roughly equal to the entire population of Texas. But only 11 percent of those with an addiction receive treatment.” -Dr. Kima Joy Taylor, director of the CATG Initiative (DrugFree.org) CATG stands for Closing the Addiction Treatment Gap. It is an idea that many have promoted, politicians

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In October 2015, former state senator David Grubb shared the story of his daughter’s heroin addiction during a community forum in West Virginia. Among those who heard the story was President Barack Obama. “Your willingness to share your family’s story left a powerful impression on me, and has helped accelerate efforts to deal with this national epidemic of addiction,” wrote Obama in a letter of condolences to the Grubb family after the death of their daughter

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NJ Detox Treatment

NJ Detox Treatment When beginning recovery from substance abuse, the first step is detoxification. NJ detox treatment programs like Tranquil & Quest are available to help someone safely quit. Withdrawal Symptoms Chemical dependency reprograms the body to need a substance. Withdrawal symptoms may occur when an individual begins detox. These symptoms are the body’s response to the sudden absence of a substance such as alcohol or opioids. Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms Excessive and prolonged drinking dramatically impacts brain functioning.

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It is no secret that young adults, specifically those in their late teens and twenties, have the highest risk of dependence on drugs or alcohol. While their substance of choice may vary by trends over time (prescription painkiller abuse is currently popular), the “treatment gap” remains a problem. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, of the 22.7 million Americans who required substance abuse treatment in 2013, only 2.5 million received it. Those addicted

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NJ Heroin Detox

NJ Heroin Detox and Abuse NJ heroin detox facilities like Tranquil & Quest provide medically assisted detox for those struggling with substance abuse. Call (844) 986-7837 or click here to request an appointment. NJ Heroin Abuse Heroin abuse is a nationwide problem. The National Institute on Drug Abuse offers that millions of Americans have tried heroin. Of those people, one in four will become addicted. In NJ, abuse of opiates such as heroin is particularly high. Patch.com notes

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Tranquil & Quest provides ambulatory detoxification with housing accommodations available as needed. If you or someone you know is struggling with alcohol abuse, call (844) 986-7837 or click here to request an appointment Alcoholism in America Who does it affect? In 2013, more than 17 million Americans suffered from Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD), according to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIH). Men are twice as likely as women to abuse alcohol. Alcoholism is

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NJ Detox

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NJ Opiate Addiction

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