Looking for a detox or rehab center near you in Carlstadt, New Jersey? Browse the listings below to find the best addiction treatment center for you.
Carlstadt is in the southern part of Bergen County about 8 miles northwest of New York City. Like its very large metropolitan neighbor, Carlstadt has many residents who need help fighting and recovering from substance misuse and addiction.
Alcohol, heroin, and crack/cocaine were the most common substances misused by people in Carlstadt who sought professional drug and alcohol addiction treatment in 2019.1 That year, the percentage of Carlstadt residents who sought treatment for these substances were 35%, 30%, and 18%, respectively.1
Opioid overdoses and deaths are other serious ongoing public health concerns in Carlstadt and Bergen County, where there were 155 opioid-related deaths in 2021, 146 deaths in 2020, and 141 deaths in 2019.2 During the late winter of 2019, the lives of 2 people in Carlstadt were saved by an overdose reversal drug after those individuals had suffered from an opioid overdose.3
Fortunately, Carlstadt residents who suffer from addiction have lots of options in terms of professional treatment when they’re ready to recover from drug and alcohol misuse.
Carlstadt is near 12 addiction treatment centers—all of which are within a 5-mile radius of this borough.4 The 2 nearest rehab centers are in Passaic.4 Detox, outpatient treatment, behavioral therapy, and medication-assisted treatment are some of many services available at these recovery centers.4 Carlstadt residents who need drug and alcohol detox also have the option of seeking treatment from one of 47 other detox centers within a 10-mile radius.5
The next nearest treatment centers to Carlstadt are in Clifton, Hackensack, and Secaucus.4 In all, the number of drug and alcohol centers near Carlstadt represents nearly 4% of the total number of addiction treatment centers in New Jersey.5 Residents in Carlstadt who need opioid addiction treatment can also consult with one of 76 physicians in their area who prescribe buprenorphine.5 Buprenorphine is a medication approved for the treatment of opioid use disorder.6
Self-help groups like Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) serve as great sources of peer support for people who need help staying sober while in recovery from substance misuse.7 AA and NA are shown to complement professional addiction treatment programs and are free and widely available in and near Carlstadt.7
There are 2 AA groups that meet in Carlstadt: one that meets at First Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall at 500 Third Street and one that meets at Carlstadt Christian Assembly Church at 307 Washington Street.8 There are dozens of other AA groups that meet in towns and cities within 2 miles of Carlstadt, including in Passaic, Lodi, and Clifton.8 The schedule of AA meetings in and near Carlstadt is posted on the official website for the Northern New Jersey Intergroup.8
Carlstadt does not have any NA groups, though there are 31 groups that meet in other towns within a 5-mile radius, including in Hasbrouck Heights, Garfield, and Passaic.9 Many of these meetings are held both virtually and in person to make it easier for Carlstadt NA members to attend meetings.9 A list of NA groups that meet near Carlstadt is posted on the official NA website.9