Conditions We Treat At Epiphany Wellness Center

You May Be Hurting–But You Don’t Have To Be Alone.

At Epiphany Wellness, our individualized rehabilitation and recovery programs are designed to help patients overcome their substance use disorders and build a future they can be proud of.

To help you or a loved one get there, we offer partial hospitalization programs (PHP), intensive outpatient (IOP), outpatient therapy (OP), and long-term aftercare. Our therapeutic practices approach patient care from a holistic and evidence-backed perspective to provide comprehensive care.

Support For Substance Use Disorders

True transformation and recovery takes time. It can take even longer if the journey is attempted alone. Our expert medical and clinical staff brings several decades of combined experience to the table to present effective and unique modalities and treatment options for substance use disorders in New Jersey.
Upon admission, each patient will undergo a detailed and comprehensive initial assessment. Based on this data and the patient’s medical history, our team will develop a tailor-made treatment and recovery plan.
Our patient plans are designed to promote successful and whole-person recovery and lifelong sobriety. It is our mission to provide comprehensive patient care that addresses physical, mental, and emotional healing and personal transformation.
Whether or not you or a loved one has an official substance use disorder diagnosis, the symptoms can still be treated. Please reach out today and begin your journey to recovery. We’re here to help guide the way.

Alcohol Dependence

Alcohol dependence is a medically diagnosed condition characterized by a current or previous habit of excessive alcohol consumption. It often manifests as a strong craving for alcoholic beverages and an inability to manage drinking habits.
The CDC reports that nearly 90% (89.8) of those who excessively drink are not alcohol dependent. This means the other 10% who remain could be diagnosed as alcohol dependent.[1]
It was also revealed by the CDC that in the United States, excessive alcohol consumption is tied to more than 140,000 deaths every year.[2]

What Does Alcohol Dependence Look Like?

Every patient with alcohol dependence will manifest their symptoms differently. However, there are many common symptoms that tend to be hallmarks of alcohol dependence.[3]
There are several levels of alcohol dependence that are defined by consumption rates and frequency.

Binge Drinking

Binge drinking is defined by how many alcoholic drinks are consumed per occasion. For women, binge drinking is 4 or more and for men, it’s 5 or more.

Heavy drinking

Heavy drinking is defined by the number of alcoholic drinks consumed on a weekly average. For women, heavy drinking is 8 or more per week, and for men, it’s 15 or more per week.[4]
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Opioid Dependence

Opioid is a drug classification that includes heroin, opium, morphine, codeine, and methadone. These medications are often prescribed for medical reasons, but after prolonged use, they can turn into an unhealthy dependence.
When an unhealthy dependence begins to affect everyday life, it can turn into a dangerous addiction.
Between 20 and 30% of patients who are prescribed opioids for chronic pain end up misusing them, and between 8 and 12% develop an opioid disorder.[5]
The National Institute on Drug Abuse reported that nearly 50,000 deaths in the US in 2019 were from opioid-involved overdoses.[6]

What Does Opioid Dependence Look Like?

Whether or not the patient is diagnosed with an opioid use disorder, they can still display the symptoms of abuse. However, they are not always evident right away.
It takes time for there to be true addiction or withdrawal symptoms. Here’s what to look for when evaluating opioid dependence.
Whole-person rehabilitation is the best path to lasting opioid recovery.

Benzodiazepine Dependence

Benzodiazepines are a prescription class of psychoactive drugs developed to help with anxiety and insomnia. Brands include Xanax, Klonopin, and Valium.
Similar to opioids, they begin as a medical prescription but can become an unhealthy dependence after a period of time. Of all opioid overdose deaths in 2020, 16% of them also involved benzodiazepines.[8]
Benzos are designed to relax or sedate the patient. When used irresponsibly, they can decrease life-saving body and brain functions, increasing the risk of fatal overdose.
If a patient has been taking benzodiazepines for more than 3 to 4 weeks, they’re at increased risk of experiencing withdrawal symptoms when doses are discontinued abruptly.[9]
Stopping Benzo dosage abruptly can be dangerous and frightening. We can help you make a smoother transition.

What Does Benzo Dependence Look Like?

Common indicators that you or a loved one may be under a benzo dependence include:
Onset of withdrawal symptoms when the dosage is reduced or stopped abruptly:

Stimulant Dependence

Stimulant or illicit drugs are psychoactive substances, illegal or otherwise, that produce fleeting feelings of physical and mental enhancement. They’re designed to treat conditions such as attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and narcolepsy.
These drugs, including Ritalin, Adderall, cocaine, and amphetamines, are some of the most widely abused illegal substances in the United States.[11]
If a dependence has begun to take hold, it can feel like there’s no way out. Don’t believe the lie. Freedom and healing is possible.

What Does Stimulant Dependence Look Like?

Due to the nature of their effects, all stimulants can eventually lead to substance dependence. Here’s what to look for:
Onset of withdrawal symptoms when the dosage is reduced or stopped abruptly:

Healing Starts Here, With Help.

At Epiphany Wellness, a holistic drug rehab center in New Jersey, help comes in the form of a dedicated therapeutic and medical treatment program. Our clinical and medical care teams focus on a whole-person approach with unique and proven therapies and comprehensive care.
If a patient presents with co-occurring diagnoses, such as a mental health concern as well as substance use disorder, we thoughtfully address both using integrated modalities. At our holistic drug treatment center in New Jersey, we believe every patient must develop their own sense of recovery.
To achieve this, we believe in granting patients as much autonomy as possible. Our clinical and medical care teams are always available to help hold you accountable and ensure you feel empowered to continue your recovery.
You will develop practical, everyday skills that will help you overcome the obstacles of substance use disorder. You will learn to apply these skills in meaningful ways that will promote the sustainability of your sobriety and the longevity of your recovery.

Choose To Start Your Journey To Healing Today

We understand that choosing to change the trajectory of your life or the life of a loved one isn’t easy. There’s fear, apprehension, and maybe even pain.
It doesn’t have to stay that way. We can help.

The 4 Steps To Start Your Recovery Journey:

Step 1: Call Us

Don’t wait. Symptoms of addiction or withdrawal can intensify, making your experience even more difficult.

Step 2: Complete Initial Assessment

A medical and personal questionnaire that will help our teams design your custom care plan.

Step 3: Receive Custom Treatment Plan

Treatment programs vary from partial hospitalization to outpatient therapy.

Your care plan will be designed for your best chance of personal success.

Step 4: Begin Your New Life of Freedom and Healing

A substance use disorder can’t be outrun. You have to beat it. Everyday.
Treatment plans will include long-term aftercare to help you finish strong.
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