Clinical Substance Abuse Treatment in Somerville, NJ
The trained professionals of Somerset Treatment Services offer core services that include substance use disorder assessments, individual counseling, group therapy, and substance abuse treatment in Somerville, NJ. Learn more about the services of our rehabilitation center.
Our professionals assist clients with addressing their addiction to opiates through evidence-based treatment options. The following programs can help you recover from a dependency on heroin or other narcotic drugs:
Opioid Treatment Program (OTP) — This is a medically driven, hospital-based program that serves opiate-addicted clients on an outpatient basis. Treatment includes medication with methadone and counseling offered at various levels of intensity, according to the identified needs of the client. Laboratory testing, including free Hepatitis C and HIV testing, are included in these services.
Buprenorphine (Suboxone) Treatment — This medically driven program offers an alternative response to the needs of the opiate-addicted client. Counseling and other services are also included with our suboxone treatment.
Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP)
Somerset Treatment Services offers three distinct IOP programs, which provide nine hours of substance use disorder treatment per week. These include educational and therapeutic groups and individual counseling sessions. Our programs include:Pathways to Parenting —
This is an intensive program for women who are DCP&P involved or at risk of DCP&P-involvement. Gender-specific groups are provided, including parenting groups. Childcare is provided as needed. Intensive Outpatient Program —
Open to anyone in need of more intensive treatment, this program may follow residential or detoxification services, but it is not required to follow that level of care.Methadone Intensive Outpatient Program (MIOP) —
MIOP responds to the unique needs of the opiate-addicted population. The groups are based upon standardized tools proven to be effective and appropriate for this population.