Looking for a detox or rehab center near you in Midland Park, New Jersey? Browse the listings below to find the best addiction treatment center for you.
Midland Park is a borough located in the north-central part of Bergen County, where opioid misuse and overdose deaths have been serious public health concerns in recent years.
In 2019, an average of three drug overdose deaths occurred in Bergen County every week.1 Overall, there were 662 reported overdoses in the county that year—336 of which were treated using an opioid overdose reversal drug called naloxone.1
In 2021, the total number of drug overdoses in Bergen County jumped to 711.2 Of those cases, there were 255 lives saved with naloxone and 155 drug-related deaths.2
Many opioid overdose deaths involve heroin. In 2019, heroin was the primary reason for 42% of all admissions to addiction treatment centers among Midland Park residents.3 Another 13% of admissions among Midland Park residents were for other opiates such as oxycodone, hydrocodone, and fentanyl.3
Alcohol, cocaine, and marijuana are other substances commonly misused among people who live in Midland Park.3 In 2019, an estimated 25% of people in Midland Park who sought addiction treatment needed help recovering from alcohol misuse.3
Midland Park residents who need help recovering from addiction have the option of seeking treatment from one of eight rehab centers within 5 miles of home.4 The number of addiction recovery centers in Midland Park represents about 2.5% of the total number of treatment centers in New Jersey.4
The nearest drug and alcohol rehab centers are in neighboring cities, including Fair Lawn, Paramus, Ramsey, and Paterson.4 Four of these facilities offer detoxification, 7 offer outpatient rehab programs, and 2 offer residential rehab programs.4 Dual diagnosis therapy is available at 6 of these facilities for Midland Park residents who need treatment for both a substance use disorder and mental illness.4
Treatments for opioid use disorder near Midland Park are widely available to serve residents who need help recovering from opioid addiction. Of the 8 nearest rehab facilities, 5 offer buprenorphine and naltrexone, and 1 offers methadone.4 These 3 medications are approved for the treatment of opioid addiction, and buprenorphine can even be prescribed for at-home use.4
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) are 2 of many free and widely available drug and alcohol support groups near Midland Park. Support groups such as these are a rich source of peer support for people in recovery from addiction and are shown to complement professional treatment.5
People in Midland Park who are interested in attending an AA meeting can travel to nearby cities including Saddle River, Ridgewood, and Fair Lawn, where AA groups meet 7 days a week.6 There are a total of 114 AA groups that meet within a 5-mile radius of Midland Park—most of which meet at churches.6 An updated AA meeting schedule is available on the official website for the Northern New Jersey Intergroup.6
There is one NA group in Midland Park that meets Wednesday evenings at the Church of the Nativity on 315 Prospect Street.7 Those who want to explore other NA groups can attend meetings in nearby cities, including Ridgewood, Hawthorne, Haledon, and Paterson.7 An updated NA meeting schedule is available on the official NA website.7