Our New Jersey Location

Individualized Substance Abuse Treatment

Epiphany: a moment of sudden revelation; a poignant, sudden, profound revelation.

use of Acid or other drugs is getting in the way of your personal life & work/school

Epiphany Wellness

Start Your Recovery Journey at Our Original Facility

If you’ve tried other methods of recovery and you just haven’t made a breakthrough, you aren’t alone.

Healing looks different for everyone. Not everyone will recover through the traditional tactics of overcoming drug and alcohol abuse.

At Epiphany Wellness, we take a renewed approach to recovery.

Substance abuse affects you as a whole person. Your treatment plan should work towards healing the whole person.

You must be empowered to develop your own sense of recovery so that your recovery makes a mark on you–body, mind and spirit.

Recovery Is Possible

A Recovery Lighthouse for Clients From All Over the East Coast

A recovery lighthouse keeps you heading in the right direction, a beacon in dark times that leads you to safety.

At Epiphany Wellness, it is our mission to not just bring you safely to shore, but be a reminder that while you’re on your own journey, there is help out there to guide you.

About Our New Jersey Location

Our flagship location in Blackwood, NJ is a homelike, safe environment, designed specifically
so that you feel welcome, warm, and comfortable.

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Epiphany Wellness New Jersey

461 Rt 168 Blackwood NJ 08012

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Our Programs

We’re here with you from detox to aftercare. We offer outpatient treatment programs so that you can maintain 
your autonomy outside ofrecovery and put your coping skills into practice between treatment sessions.

Before entering treatment, you must first undergo the detox process so that you can enter your program substance-free. Unlike the detox treatments of years past, medical detox helps you manage the symptoms of withdrawal safely, comfortably, and effectively.
Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
Our PHP program sessions are held Monday through Saturday 9am-2:45pm. This is our most acute level of care, ideal for clients who are transitioning from residential treatment or require more support. Clients usually spend around four weeks in this program.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Our IOP program is the stepping stone between our highest level of acuity and our most flexible program. During an IOP program, clients continue their therapies starting at 5 days per week for 3 hours per day, reducing to 3 days per week for 3 hours per day.Scheduling is offered Monday-Saturday 9am-12pm, or Mon, Tuesday, Thursday 5:30pm-8:30pm
Outpatient Program (OP)
Our lowest level of acuity before clients enter aftercare and life outside of recovery. Our Outpatient Program starts at 3 days per week for just 1 hour per day, with an individual session weekly, 1 group session weekly, and one medical visit during the program.
Recovery isn’t a one-time fix–it is lifelong. Our aftercare program helps you make the transition from a recovery setting to day to day life and ensures that you have the fortitude, coping skills, and confidence to stay committed to your new, recovered life.
Dual Diagnosis
Dual diagnosis treatment programs incorporate methodologies that treat addiction while simultaneously addressing mental health disorders. Often, those with a mental health condition turn to drugs and alcohol to cope with uncomfortable–and often unbearable–symptoms. Substance use and mental health conditions can exacerbate one another, making your experience even more difficult. It doesn’t have to be that way. Our dual diagnosis programs help treat you holistically.

What We Treat

Substance Use Disorders
Heal from your dependence on prescription drugs and illicit drugs with the help and guidance of a clinical care team.
Alcohol Abuse
Whether you’re a binge drinker, heavy drinker, or don’t feel like you can function day to day without alcohol, we’re here to overcome alcohol addiction.
Dual Diagnosis
A dual diagnosis is made when there are co-occurring mental health disorders along with substance use disorder or alcohol addiction. Co-occurring disorders can include anxiety, depression, ADD/ADHD, PTSD, OCD, and others.

Our Therapies

Our holistic approach for substance abuse treatment targets the core of addiction, resulting in physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual wellness.
Each of our therapies is custom tailored to meet your needs as an individual so that you have the best chance at successful recovery.

The 4 Steps To Start Your Recovery Journey:

Step 1

Call Epiphany Wellness

If you or a loved one are struggling with substance abuse, do not wait. Symptoms of addiction and withdrawal can quickly intensify, exacerbating the issue. Call and begin your journey with us as soon as possible.

Step 2

Initial Assessment

We meet with you either in person or digitally to discuss your unique circumstances and determine how we can help you prior to creating your individualized treatment plan

Step 3

Receive Custom Treatment Plan

Depending on your needs, you will be placed into the level of care best suited to your recovery. You will be referred to medical detox if necessary.

Step 4

You Set Off On Your Recovery Journey

Overcoming addiction is a lifelong commitment. We help you start strong so that you can continue your journey equipped with what you need to stay on the right path.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Drug & Alcohol Rehab

Below are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about substance abuse treatment.
We work with most major insurance companies, and most major insurance companies cover substance abuse treatment. During your initial consultation, our admissions specialist will confirm your benefits with your provider.
Yes. Many people who have completed a residential treatment program but are not ready to transition back into day to day lives attend PHP, IOP, and OP programs before aftercare treatment.
If your current living situation is not conducive to recovery, sober living may be the best option for you. A sober living community is designed for individuals in recovery that need the support of a community and the accountability of a living situation that is drug and alcohol free.

If you feel that you are at risk for relapse, speak with your treatment team right away. Although in your therapies you develop life and coping skills that help you with relapse prevention, recovery is not always linear.

Remember: relapsing doesn’t mean you have failed. It means you have an opportunity to identify further triggers and recommit to your recovery.

We’re glad to answer any questions you may have. If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction and need help, call and speak with a member of our admissions team to learn about what it looks like to take control of your life with Epiphany Wellness.