At JBRC, we’re here to provide you with the tools and individualized treatment plan you need to begin and maintain your recovery journey. With a wide variety of programs and services, we provide a continuum of care for individuals suffering from substance use disorders regardless of financial circumstance or socio-economic background.
How do I know if I have a substance use disorder?
According to Caron, if you answer “yes” to any of the following questions, it may indicate substance abuse or addiction.
- Has drinking and drug use caused relationship problems for the individual?
- Has drinking or drug use caused problems with the individual’s primary responsibilities (work, school, caring for children, etc.)?
- Has the individual ever tried to stop using alcohol or drugs but was unsuccessful?
- Has drinking or drug use caused any legal difficulties?
- Has drinking or drug use caused the individual to show signs of illness (shakiness, vomiting, paranoia, depression, etc.)?
- Does the individual find it difficult to have a good time without using substances?
What is the first step in the admission process for both residential and/or outpatient treatment?
Please call 609-345-0110 for a brief screening interview. If possible, it is suggested that the individual seeking treatment should be available to participate in the phone call. At that time, you will be informed regarding bed space and initial eligibility.
What do JBRC residential programs consist of?
Individual counseling, group counseling, family counseling, psychoeducation classes, medication-assisted treatment, recreation, psychiatric services, medical services and educational services.
What is the length of time a patient stays in JBRC’s residential programs?
Our programs are clinically driven, with a length of stay from 3-6 months in our long-term residential program.
What outpatient programs does JBRC offer?
We offer three types of outpatient programs: Opioid Treatment Programs, Traditional Outpatient Programs and Intensive Outpatient Programs.
Opioid Treatment Program (OTP) provides all three FDA approved Medication Assisted Treatments (MAT) – methadone, Suboxone/buprenorphine, and Vivitrol/naltrexone. Individual, group and family counseling, didactic education classes, co-occurring services, care coordination, childcare, and transportation are provided in combination with MAT. Through JBRC’s Expanded Hours Program, services are available Monday through Saturday 6:00am to 12:00pm and 5:00pm to 11:00pm.
Our Traditional Outpatient Programs provide a combination of individual, group and family counseling designed for individuals who can pursue recovery goals with minimal support.
Our Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP) provide a combination of individual, group and educational sessions. An IOP treatment day is three hours long and includes classroom didactic sessions, group and individual therapy.
What other services does JBRC provide?
We provide primary care, medication-assisted treatment, a gambling treatment program, an inmate re-entry program and All Roads Recovery Centers.