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Hamilton New JerseyThe Basics

Since 2013 Footprints to Recovery has offered outpatient substance abuse treatment facility for adults in Hamilton, New Jersey. The care is rooted in the 12-step philosophy as well as holistic methods. Footprints provides structured group and individual therapy, medication management services and aftercare planning through a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP), Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) and standard outpatient treatment.

Treatment and Staff

Clients interested in receiving treatment at Footprints begin with an over the phone pre-screening assessment so the facility can get pertinent information regarding the clients history with substance abuse and to determine whether or not there are co-occurring disorders. The next step is the client getting assigned to a primary counselor who will then recommend what stage of programming would be the best fit.

Typically the programs are designed to last for 90 days, though treatment is individualized to the client’s specific needs, so length of a program can vary from client to client. The PHP is a five-day a week program running from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm and includes multiple group and individual therapy sessions. The IOP is between three and five days a week for approximately three hours per day and standard outpatient is one or two days a week for up to three hours. All of these program options include a medication management service if needed, though more holistic methods of relief, like yoga, meditation or acupuncture, are often attempted before introducing psychiatric medications.

Treatment is rooted in the 12-step philosophy and evidence-based practices. Group and individual sessions are designed to engage the client on a personal level as well as encourage making healthy choices. Introducing concepts like relapse prevention and identifying triggers in their daily lives are integrated into therapy practices like CBT and Motivational Interviewing (MI). There are also frequent guest lecturers and psychoeducational classes offered on a daily basis. Staff works with their clients to connect them to a support community, like AA and NA, and continually discuss aftercare options while in treatment.

There is a fairly large staff at Footprints with a long history of working in the field of addiction. On the clinical side there are medical doctors, RN’s, LCSWs, Master’s-level CADCs and LPCs.

Extras

At Footprints to Recovery having family involvement through the clients treatment is imperative, and there are group or individual therapy options offered through their family program.

In Summary

Footprints to Recovery offer highly experienced staff along with a go at your own pace treatment philosophy. There is an element of discovery that this facility provides in terms of each clients individual journey. This facility can offer powerful tools in recovery, helping clients learn how to care for themselves as opposed to feeling weighed down by addiction.

Footprints to Recovery
3535 Quakerbridge Rd, Ste 300
Hamilton, NJ 08619

Footprints to Recovery Cost: Depends on insurance. Reach Footprints to Recovery by phone at (855) 628-2899. Find Footprints to Recovery on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn

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  1. Worst “rehab” I’ve ever been to. I went to the facility in Chicago. They tell you on the phone that it’s residential, you come there without even detoxing and they make you wait until the days they go to the suboxone clinic to get suboxone. So you’re in withdrawal that whole time, especially sucks if you come in on a Friday. Then they make you get up and get on a van at 8 am and do groups until 3. You come back, and go to a meeting around 6. There is no medical staff and they have regular techs dispensing medications like Methadone, suboxone, Xanax and adderall. Nobody searched my stuff when I came in and I found a baggie of heroin in a jacket pocket halfway through my stay there. I turned it in but it could have been really bad. They overmedicate people, there were usually at least 2-3 people literally drooling on themselves in group spilling their coffee on the floor. I was screamed at by staff members and accused of doings things I didn’t do. Another client there tried to punch me in the face and there were no consequences, they refused to call the police or place her in one of their other facilities called or at least separate us. Nope, the very next day I was sitting next to her in a van and had groups with her. I could honestly go on and on about how they gave someone’s suboxone to the wrong client, mixed up and lost medication (some of mine went “missing”, TWICE), etc etc. please do not waste your time and insurance benefits here.

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