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As one of the most densely populated cities in New Jersey, Passaic is home to a large number of people who need help fighting substance misuse and addiction. Specifically, alcohol and heroin were the top 2 substances misused among Passaic residents who sought addiction treatment in 2020.1
In 2020, an estimated 33% of the 469 people in Passaic who received addiction treatment were admitted for alcohol misuse.1 An estimated 29% of Passaic residents received treatment for heroin misuse, 19% for marijuana misuse, and 9% for cocaine/crack misuse.1 In all, the city of Passaic ranked 2nd behind Paterson in Passaic County for having the highest number of residents seeking treatment at drug and alcohol rehab centers.1
Drug overdose deaths are another public health concern in Passaic County, where there were 28.5 drug-related deaths per 100,000 residents between 2018 and 2020.2 This rate was significantly higher than the rate of drug-related deaths in the U.S. as a whole, which was 23 per 100,000 residents.2 As of July 31, 2022, there had been 85 suspected drug-related deaths in Passaic County since January 1, 2022.3
There are 3 drug and alcohol rehab centers in Passaic, and there are 15 other recovery centers within 5 miles in neighboring cities and townships, including Clifton, Little Falls, and Paterson.4 The number of addiction treatment centers in and near Passaic makes up just over 5% of the total number of recovery centers in New Jersey.5
Of these facilities, 6 offer detoxification—including 1 of the treatment centers in Passaic.4 Hospital inpatient rehab treatment is offered at 1 facility, and residential rehab programs are offered at 4 facilities.4 Two facilities also offer transitional housing, or sober living homes, for people who recently completed intensive addiction treatment.4
Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for opioid and alcohol addiction is also available near Passaic for residents with these substance use disorders. Two facilities offer MAT for opioid addiction using methadone, and 12 facilities offer MAT using buprenorphine.4 MAT using naltrexone is offered at 12 facilities as well to help those in recovery from opioid and/or alcohol use disorders.4
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) are some of the many available peer support groups near Passaic that can help people recover from substance use disorders.6 These support groups are free to attend and widely accessible. Members are given the opportunity to connect with others in recovery who have similar goals and experiences.6
There are 86 AA meetings that take place in Passaic and within 5 miles of Passaic in other cities, including Lyndhurst, Hackensack, and Clifton.7 Many of these groups meet at churches and community centers, including Sobriedad en Passaic at 121 Passaic Street and Por la Gracia de Dios at 681 Main Street.7 Passaic residents who want to explore all available AA meetings in their area can view an updated schedule posted on the official website for the Northern New Jersey Intergroup.7
There are 40 NA meetings in Passaic and within 5 miles of Passaic in neighboring townships and cities, including Clifton, Wood Ridge, and Nutley.8 NA groups in Passaic meet at Saint John’s Episcopal Church at 215 Lafayette Avenue, the Recreation Center at 33 Aspen Place, and Rodger Williams Baptist Church at 362 Oak Street.8 People in Passaic who want to check out other locations can view an updated schedule of NA meetings on the official NA website.8