Reach out to Next Wind Recovery Today


Reach out to Next Wind Recovery Today

Nurse explains Substances We Treat to a patient At Next Wind Recovery, we offer outpatient addiction treatment for individuals who are struggling with substance abuse and co-occurring mental health issues. Whether you or a loved one is working to overcome an addiction to prescription medication, alcohol, or illicit drugs like heroin, we can help. In our addiction treatment center, you’ll find support from highly qualified therapists and counselors, medical care, and medication-assisted treatment as needed to help you heal.

Learn more by contacting Next Wind Recovery today at 201.331.6569 or reaching out to our team online.

Our Substance Abuse Treatment Programs

No two clients are alike. We create individualized treatment plans for every person in our care and use a variety of therapies, medications, and approaches to treatment to help our clients make lasting changes in their lives.

We approach treatment for different substances in different ways.

Opioids and Prescription Pain Medications

While opioids can be effective in treating pain, they can also be addictive. If you’ve been prescribed an opioid pain reliever after an injury or medical procedure, be sure to closely follow your doctor’s instructions. However, if you have begun to take prescription medication in ways other than as prescribed or experience withdrawal symptoms when you stop taking them, our opioid addiction treatment program can help.


Many individuals who turn to heroin initially struggle with prescription opioids. This illicit drug is highly addictive and can be dangerous. At Next Wind, we recommend that anyone who is using heroin should begin a heroin addiction treatment program.


Although legal and widely available, alcohol can be addictive. If you have found that you are unable to stop drinking or have relapsed after a period of sobriety, we offer a specialized alcohol addiction treatment to address alcohol addiction.


This illicit stimulant can be dangerous. Those who use cocaine should go through detox under medical supervision. Our cocaine addiction treatment can help you develop the healthy coping skills you need for long-term recovery.


Crystal methamphetamine, also known as meth, is highly addictive. A medical detox program and targeted meth addiction treatment program can help those who are addicted to meth break free of this addiction.


Benzodiazepines, or benzos, might be prescribed to those who struggle with anxiety or insomnia. However, they can be addictive, and if you find yourself using them in ways other than as prescribed, our benzo addiction treatment programs can help you safely detox and begin recovery.


Medications like Adderall or Ritalin can lead to dependence. Addiction treatment therapies can help you heal.

Co-Occurring Disorders

Individuals who struggle with substance abuse often also face co-occurring mental health issues. Anxiety, depression, PTSD, or bipolar disorder can also exacerbate substance abuse issues. Some individuals turn to drugs and alcohol to cope with the symptoms of mental health conditions. While these substances might bring relief for a short period of time, they can also make mental health issues worse. This creates a dangerous cycle that can be hard to overcome.

However, our dual diagnosis treatment option addresses both substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health issues at the same time. This gives our clients the tools they need to navigate life in recovery. We not only help our clients understand their potential triggers for relapse, but we help them develop the healthy coping skills they need to overcome these challenges.

Contact Our Substance Abuse Treatment Center in New Jersey

In our addiction treatment center, we offer all of the following:

  • Medication-assisted treatment
  • Outpatient detox
  • Intensive outpatient programs
  • Mental health treatment

If you’re ready to take back your life from addiction, reach out to our team today to learn more. We’ve designed our treatment programs to be as accessible as possible. We accept private insurance and self-pay options. Our team will help you access the care you need as soon as possible.

Contact Next Wind Recovery at 201.331.6569 or use our secure online form to begin the admissions process today.