Looking for a detox or rehab center near you in Lodi, New Jersey? Browse the listings below to find the best addiction treatment center for you.
A borough of Bergen County in New Jersey, Lodi is also considered a suburb of New York City. Out of all the people that entered substance use disorder treatment in Bergen County in 2020, 69% were men, and 31% were female.1
That same year, 173 people in Lodi received addiction services.1 The main substances they reported using were alcohol and heroin, though 12% entered treatment for marijuana and 7% for cocaine or crack.1
In 2021, a Lodi man was arrested with nearly 60 grams of cocaine.2 A search of his home turned up an additional 200 grams of cocaine and a handgun.2 Earlier in 2021, law enforcement stopped an SUV in Lodi and seized 360 pounds of marijuana worth an estimated $1 million.3 A year earlier, in 2020, New Jersey State Police arrested several people, including a man who was accused of supplying a large amount of heroin to a woman in Lodi.4
Around 40% of the people who entered addiction treatment in Bergen County in 2020 named heroin as their primary drug.1 Treatment facilities in Lodi can help people work through their heroin addiction, including the process of withdrawal, and get them moving toward a substance-free life.
Lodi offers a wide range of treatment options for people, no matter the severity of their substance use disorder. There are 96 facilities located within 10 miles of Lodi.5 That’s in comparison to the 380 facilities located in New Jersey.6 The centers in and around Lodi offer the following treatment types5:
Many people will experience one or more of these treatment modalities during their recovery process. Often people who complete inpatient treatment then step down to one of the outpatient treatments available. Once someone has completed formal addiction treatment, an aftercare plan is often established that can include support groups.
Support groups are a gathering of people who are all dealing with a similar issue, such as a substance use disorder. Support group members help each other maintain sobriety and manage their daily lives. They can also improve self-esteem and confidence.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) are 2 examples of support groups. AA meetings in Lodi are held at Faith Reformed Church, 95 Washington St., on Sundays at 6 p.m., Tuesdays at 7 p.m., and Thursdays at noon.7 NA meetings are also offered in the Lodi area.8
Support groups can be found during all stages of treatment, from inpatient to outpatient and continuing care. Groups often continue indefinitely with a changing member population.