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    ASAM Level: 3.5 Description- 24-hour care with trained counselors to stabilize multidimensional imminent danger and prepare for outpatient treatment. Able to tolerate and use full active milieu or therapeutic community.

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    Adolescent Addiction Clinically Managed Medium-Intensity ResidentialThe average length of stay in long-term treatment is 4-6 months. Participants in the long-term program receive intensive individual and group counseling services for substance abuse issues inside of a 24-hour supervised setting. The long-term program also provides evaluation and support services to clients with co-occurring mental health disorders. ASAM level 3.5 24-hour care with trained counselors to stabilize multidimensional imminent danger. Less intense milieu and group treatment for those with cognitive or other impairments unable to use full active milieu or therapeutic community. Hudson CountyAddiction ResidentialIntegrity House, Inc.
    Adolescent Addiction Clinically Managed Medium-Intensity ResidentialA therapeutic community modality encourages young men, ages 14 to 18, to accept personal responsibility for staying clean and sober while continuing their education. NRH utilizes a disciplined, self-help, drug free environment consisting of school; work adjustment; group, individual and family counseling; alcohol and drug education; 12 Step training; life skills courses and recreation. Family participation is strongly encouraged and there are biweekly multi-family groups. Codependency groups and training in relapse prevention are provided for family members. The average length of stay is 9 to 18 months although treatment plans are individualized to meet the needs of the client. ASAM level 3.5 24-hour care with trained counselors to stabilize multidimensional imminent danger and prepare for outpatient treatment. Able to tolerate and use full active milieu or therapeutic community.Essex CountyAddiction InpatientNewark Renaissance House
    Adolescent Addiction Clinically Managed Medium-Intensity ResidentialNew Hope's adolescent programming (age 13-17, up to eight months) is specifically designed to provide for a setting and structure in which adolescents can be successful in meeting developmental challenges that have been avoided in the addiction process. Treatment is also carefully planned to achieve specific goals set for: Individual and group counseling, recreation, socialization and values clarification, care for families and revitalized relationships with community and school. The close attention paid to discharge planning, aftercare and follow-up insures for follow-through on the support needed for the continuation of success experienced in our treatment setting. ASAM level 3.5 24-hour care with trained counselors to stabilize multidimensional imminent danger and prepare for outpatient treatment. Able to tolerate and use full active milieu or therapeutic community.Monmouth CountyAddiction Recovery ProgramThe New Hope Foundation
    Adolescent Addiction Clinically Managed Medium-Intensity ResidentialResidential Treatmentis offered to adolescents who need a controlled, full time, structured setting to function effectively. Treatment in Residential Care can be short term (one to three months) or long term (four to twelve months). Treatment progress is continuously monitored and evaluated using ASAM criteria to ensure that the adolescent is receiving the appropriate level of care. A full High School education program is offered, and on-line college classes are available to High School graduates while the adolescent is in the Daytop residential treatment program. Residential Treatment is either Medically Determined or Alternative to Incarceration. Medically Determined Adolescents without legal constraints are referred to Daytop NJ by Insurance, Managed Care, Employee Assistance Programs, or by families paying privately. As soon as clinically appropriate according to the ASAM criteria, the adolescent "steps down" to a less restrictive level of treatment. Medically Determined treatment tends to be short term. Alternative to Incarceration Adolescents who are at risk or have already become involved with the legal system, or who have severe family or school problems as a result of their substance abuse, often have conditions imposed by the family, school or legal system. Daytop treats the client within the parameters of these conditions. These adolescents tend to remain in residential treatment long term. ASAM level 3.5 24-hour care with trained counselors to stabilize multidimensional imminent danger and prepare for outpatient treatment. Able to tolerate and use full active milieu or therapeutic community.Salem CountyAdolescent AddictionDaytop New Jersey
    Adolescent Addiction Clinically Managed Medium-Intensity ResidentialResidential Treatmentis offered to adolescents who need a controlled, full time, structured setting to function effectively. Treatment in Residential Care can be short term (one to three months) or long term (four to twelve months). Treatment progress is continuously monitored and evaluated using ASAM criteria to ensure that the adolescent is receiving the appropriate level of care. A full High School education program is offered, and on-line college classes are available to High School graduates while the adolescent is in the Daytop residential treatment program. Residential Treatment is either Medically Determined or Alternative to Incarceration. Medically Determined Adolescents without legal constraints are referred to Daytop NJ by Insurance, Managed Care, Employee Assistance Programs, or by families paying privately. As soon as clinically appropriate according to the ASAM criteria, the adolescent "steps down" to a less restrictive level of treatment. Medically Determined treatment tends to be short term. Alternative to Incarceration Adolescents who are at risk or have already become involved with the legal system, or who have severe family or school problems as a result of their substance abuse, often have conditions imposed by the family, school or legal system. Daytop treats the client within the parameters of these conditions. These adolescents tend to remain in residential treatment long term. ASAM level 3.5 24-hour care with trained counselors to stabilize multidimensional imminent danger and prepare for outpatient treatment. Able to tolerate and use full active milieu or therapeutic community.Morris CountyAdolescent AddictionDaytop New Jersey
    Adolescent Addiction Clinically Managed Medium-Intensity ResidentialNew Hope's adolescent programming (age 13-17, up to eight months) is specifically designed to provide a setting and structure in which adolescents can be successful in meeting developmental challenges that have been avoided in the addiction process. Treatment is also carefully planned to achieve specific goals set for: Individual and group counseling, recreation, socialization and values clarification, care for families and revitalized relationships with community and school. The close attention paid to discharge planning, aftercare and follow-up insures for follow-through on the support needed for the continuation of success experienced in our treatment setting. ASAM level 3.5 24-hour care with trained counselors to stabilize multidimensional imminent danger and prepare for outpatient treatment. Able to tolerate and use full active milieu or therapeutic community. Hudson CountyAdolescent ProgramThe New Hope Foundation
    Adolescent Addiction Clinically Managed Medium-Intensity ResidentialAdolescent Spanish-speaking males, 14 to 18 years of age, with a history of substance abuse are offered a special drug free residential program at an age when they have the best potential to change the course of their lives. For a minimum of eight months these residents live and participate in a large "family-like" environment where they contribute to its operation and upkeep. They learn the meaning of responsibility, personal hygiene, punctuality, honesty and concern for others. Academic education is stressed so they can repair their self-esteem and improve their potential for a successful life in the mainstream of society. ASAM level 3.5 24-hour care with trained counselors to stabilize multidimensional imminent danger. Less intense milieu and group treatment for those with cognitive or other impairments unable to use full active milieu or therapeutic community. Hudson CountyResidentialCURA, Inc.
    Adolescent Addiction Clinically Managed Medium-Intensity ResidentialAdolescent Spanish-speaking males, 14 to 18 years of age, with a history of substance abuse are offered a special drug free residential program at an age when they have the best potential to change the course of their lives. For a minimum of eight months these residents live and participate in a large "family-like" environment where they contribute to its operation and upkeep. They learn the meaning of responsibility, personal hygiene, punctuality, honesty and concern for others. Academic education is stressed so they can repair their self-esteem and improve their potential for a successful life in the mainstream of society. ASAM level 3.5 24-hour care with trained counselors to stabilize multidimensional imminent danger. Less intense milieu and group treatment for those with cognitive or other impairments unable to use full active milieu or therapeutic community. Essex CountyResidentialCURA, Inc.
    Adolescent Addiction Clinically Managed Medium-Intensity ResidentialTouchstone Hall is a 50-bed adolescent residential treatment facility serving chemically dependent males ages 13 - 17 years of age. The program integrates behavioral modification and 12-step philosophy. The program offers group and individual counseling in addition to, psycho-educational groups/lectures. We place a strong emphasis on family education and recovery. The length of treatment is determined by the individuals clinical needs. Each individual enters treatment on the orientation phase and progresses through the 1st, 2nd and 3rd phase of treatment as determined by the treatment team. Individuals are subject to a comprehensive evaluation to determine their needs prior to admission. Further assessment takes place once admitted. the program treats adolescents with primary substance abuse challenges and accepts those with an additional mental health diagnosis on a case-by-case basis. We provide intensive relapse prevention training, anger management, workshops, self esteem building and work diligently on developing community re-entry skills. All educational services are provided by a contract with the Bergen County Special Services School District on site. ASAM level 3.5 24-hour care with trained counselors to stabilize multidimensional imminent danger and prepare for outpatient treatment. Able to tolerate and use full active milieu or therapeutic community. Bergen CountyResidentialVantage Health System, Inc.
    Adolescent Addiction Clinically Managed Medium-Intensity ResidentialStraight & Narrow provides residential treatment for chemically addicted adolescent males between the ages of 12 and 17. Each client is assigned an individual counselor upon admission who coordinates his treatment and serves as the point-of-contact for the client´┐Żs parent(s) or guardian(s) and referral source. The length of treatment is typically 6 months, but may be longer than that based on the client's individual therapeutic needs. All clients who enter the juvenile program are linked to supportive aftercare and follow-up services before they leave Straight & Narrow. ASAM level 3.5 24-hour care with trained counselors to stabilize multidimensional imminent danger and prepare for outpatient treatment. Able to tolerate and use full active milieu or therapeutic community. Passaic CountyStraight & NarrowCatholic Charities Diocese of Paterson
    Adolescent Addiction Clinically Managed Medium-Intensity ResidentialA residential program that interacts with young adults ages 17-22 yrs old with DYFS or CMO involvement. An independent living program that educates, provides counseling and teaches life and appropriate social skills. ASAM level 3.5 24-hour care with trained counselors to stabilize multidimensional imminent danger and prepare for outpatient treatment. Able to tolerate and use full active milieu or therapeutic community.Essex CountyYouth Consultation Service - (YCS)Youth Consultation Service - (YCS)

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