Our New Jersey Location
Individualized Substance Abuse Treatment
Epiphany: a moment of sudden revelation; a poignant, sudden, profound revelation.
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
Get Help 24/7, 365
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.
Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Outpatient Program (OP)
What We Treat
Substance Use Disorders
The 4 Steps To Start Your Recovery Journey:
Call Epiphany Wellness
Receive Custom Treatment Plan
You Set Off On Your Recovery Journey
Schedule a Free and
Confidential Consultation At Epiphany Wellness.
Frequently Asked Questions About Drug & Alcohol Rehab
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.