According to the latest research, 40 to 60% of patients who took addiction treatment relapse within 30 days. People fighting with alcohol and drug addiction undergo 12 step rehab believing that it will nurture long-lasting Recovery. All go well at the start, but it is seen that most relapse within a short time. 

Are you looking for a  drug and alcohol rehab center that helps you commit to lifelong sobriety? ChoicePoint non 12 step addiction recovery program in NJ could be the solution for you. If we talk about the duration of non 12 step rehab, it depends upon various factors that include but are not limited to:

Drug dependence level

Age of patient

Type of rehab you want, either outpatient or telehealth

Whatever the type of rehab you choose, it is advisable to seek at least a six-month-long non 12 step recovery program.

Alternatives to AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) and Other 12 Step Programs

Non-12 step recovery programs are considered to be the best alternative to AA and 12 step programs. Customized on individual needs, based on the latest scientific research, and managed by licensed addiction doctors, non 12 step recovery programs attract a vast audience suffering from alcohol and drug addiction. 

ChoicePoint non 12 step programs in NJ include:

Ambulatory Detox (ASAM Level I-D and II-D)

Outpatient Treatment (ASAM Level care of I)

Intensive outpatient treatment (ASAM Level of care 2.1)

Medication-Assisted Treatment (Suboxone, Vivitrol, Buprenorphine)

Targeted Therapy (CBT, DBT, group and individual therapy)

Dual-Diagnosis for co-occurring disorder

Do you want to learn more about how ChoicePoint can help you recover from substance dependence? Call us at 844.445.2563.

Lifelong Recovery for Substance Addiction

Recovery from substance use disorder needs apparent and underlying causes of addiction to be treated along with the medication-assisted treatment that assists patients to fight withdrawal symptoms. ChoicePoint’s non 12 step recovery center in Fair Lawn, NJ, provides you both behavior-changing therapies and MAT programs.

Medical Disclaimer:

ChoicePoint aims to improve the quality of life for people struggling with substance use disorder and mental health issues. Our team of licensed medical professionals research, edit and review the content before publishing. However, this information is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. For medical advice please consult your physicians or ChoicePoint's qualified staff.