Looking for a detox or rehab center near you in Wyckoff, New Jersey? Browse the listings below to find the best addiction treatment center for you.
Located in northwestern Bergen County, Wyckoff is home to many residents who need help recovering from substance misuse and addiction.
Opioid misuse has been a top ongoing public health concern in Wyckoff and Bergen County for many years. In 2015, there were 87 drug-related fatalities in Bergen County involving opioids.1 That number rose to 99 in 2016 and to 129 in 2017.1 By the end of 2021, there were 155 drug-related deaths in Bergen County.1
In 2020, an estimated 56% of people in Wyckoff who sought treatment for substance use disorders reported that heroin was their primary drug of use.2 Other opiates like oxycodone, hydrocodone, and fentanyl accounted for another 11% of admissions that year—meaning opioids accounted for 67% of all treatment admissions to local drug rehab centers.2
Alcohol was another substance misused among Wyckoff residents who sought addiction treatment in 2020. That year, alcohol represented 26% of admissions to drug and alcohol rehab centers.2 Fortunately, people in Wyckoff who need help recovering from addiction have lots of options when it comes to finding professional treatment.
Wyckoff residents in need of local addiction treatment can choose from 1 of 25 facilities within a 10-mile radius.3 The number of drug and alcohol rehab centers near Wyckoff makes up nearly 8% of the total number of treatment centers in New Jersey.
The rehab centers nearest to Wyckoff are in Ramsey, Wayne, Fair Lawn, and Paramus.3 These facilities offer outpatient programs and behavioral therapy and include dual diagnosis therapy for individuals with co-occurring mental health disorders.3
Drug and alcohol detox services are offered at 8 of the 25 treatment centers near Wyckoff, while residential treatment is available at 3 facilities.3 Two facilities offer hospital inpatient treatment for those who require 24-hour medical care.3 Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for opioid addiction using buprenorphine is available at 15 facilities, while MAT using methadone is available at 4 facilities.3
Twelve-step support groups like Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) are shown effective at helping people achieve abstinence from drugs and alcohol.4 AA and NA members give one another emotional support and valuable tips that help them stop drinking, and meetings are free and widely available—including in Wyckoff.4
Wyckoff is home to several AA groups that meet up several times a week at local churches.5 Faith Community Church on 530 Sicomac Road, Abundant Life Reformed Church on 475 Lafayette Avenue, and Advent Lutheran Church on 777 Wyckoff Avenue are regular AA meeting spots in Wyckoff.5 Local residents can access an up-to-date AA meeting schedule on the official website for the Northern New Jersey Intergroup.5
There are 49 NA groups that meet within 10 miles of Wyckoff in townships and boroughs, including Midland Park, Ridgewood, Ramsey, and Hawthorne.6 Meetings occur several days a week in the mornings, afternoons, and evenings, and virtual meetings are available for those who would rather attend NA meetings from home.6 An up-to-date schedule for all NA meetings near Wyckoff is available on the official NA website.6