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If you have any questions about addiction, treatment, or Avisa Recovery, we’re here to help!

Our mission is to provide quality, evidence-based treatment for Mental Health to the people of New Jersey. We’re here to help you anytime, anywhere. Just get in touch.

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Contact our admissions team at 732.236.7234

Program Highlights:

  • Holistic & Advanced Medical Team
  • Individualized Treatment Plans
  • Advanced Genetic and DNA Testing
  • Safe & Supportive Housing
  • Multiple Pathways Approach
  • Family Owned and Operated

For clients with substance abuse issues, we’ll get you set up and ready to go straight into detox right away. For clients with mental health issues, we’ll work with you based on your time frame and the level of crisis intervention you need.

The length of time you’ll be in the program is based on your individual needs and the clinical team’s recommendations. Clients can stay anywhere from a couple of weeks to up to six months. We’re also partnered with a company called CFC Recovery, which means we can offer aftercare services for up to a year and a half.

Most of the time, you’ll get paid for your treatment right out of your insurance. We’ll take a look at your benefits and how much money you have to figure out what’s best for you.

We’ve teamed up with sober living to offer top-notch and affordable meals, housing, and transportation to and from treatment. Plus, B Houses has 24/7 supervision and help. You may also live at home and commute to the program.

  • Within a day or two of admission, the Clinical Director will do a biopsies and a psychiatrist will do a full psych evaluation.  
  • Within 24-48 hours of admission, a biopsy is performed by the clinical director and a full psychiatric assessment is performed by a psychiatrist. 
  • A Medical Doctor will do a thorough physical exam and check-up on you within 7 days after you’ve been admitted. 
  • We use a comprehensive approach, including cutting-edge genetics, to figure out which medication is best for each person based on their genetic makeup and mental health diagnosis. 
  • Clients get comprehensive blood tests to check for any vitamin deficiencies or other health issues that could affect their overall health.
  • Treatment planning, which includes discharge planning, starts as soon as the first week of treatment. 
  • Each week, clients get one-on-one counseling, and if necessary, family counseling is also included in the treatment plan
  • You can get dynamic and creative group counseling 3 to 5 days a week depending on your schedule. 
  • We provide case management services whenever needed.
  • We also provide massage, yoga and horse therapy. 
  • Our aftercare program offers long-term support for our clients, and we have a great community of alumni and recovery support.

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Our Advanced Medical Team & Holistic Approach

We offer top-notch care tailored to your individual needs right from the get-go.

Within a day or two of admission, the Clinical Director will do a biopsies and a psychiatrist will do a full psych evaluation.

A Medical Doctor will do a thorough physical exam and check-up on you within 7 days after you’ve been admitted.

We use a multi-faceted approach, including cutting-edge genetics, to find the right medication for each patient based on their genetic makeup and mental health diagnosis.

Clients get comprehensive blood tests to check for any vitamin deficiencies or other health issues that could affect their overall health.

Treatment planning, which includes discharge planning, starts as soon as the first week of treatment.

Each week, clients get one-on-one counselling, and if necessary, family counselling is also included in the treatment plan.

 You can get dynamic and creative group counseling 3 to 5 days a week depending on your schedule.

We provide case management services whenever needed.

We also provide massage, yoga, and horse therapy.

Our aftercare program offers long-term support for our clients, and we have a great community of alumni and recovery support.

    Chris T.

    I’ve been in recovery for over a year now and have met a lot of people along the way. Stuart and Wilbur are genuine about wanting to help someone struggling with alcohol or drugs. Me being one of them. I’ve seen a few sober houses along the way and Avisa recovery is by far the best sober living I’ve come across. They show you how to have fun in recovery and live life sober. The houses they have are awesome and clean! Highly recommend them. It changed my life!

      Nancy M.

      Avisa Recovery was recommended to us as being a top sober living home. Meeting Stuart, Wilbur, and the impeccable house confirmed this to be true. Stuart and Wilbur are truly invested in all aspects of their clients’ recovery. We value their collaborative approach with clients and family.

        Monta T.

        Avisa is a place that treats you like a real person with love and respect. They do outings together to have a great community environment. Avisa pushes you to be a responsible young man but does it in a way of caring and helping you find self love. Highly recommend for any young man wanting to take the next step to better himself and his future.

          Steven G.

          I feel so fortunate that I found Avisa Recovery. Avisa played a huge part in helping me maintain my sobriety. I enjoyed the people, the staff, and the living arrangements. Thank you so much for helping me get control of my life back. I could not have made these strides without Avisa Recovery.

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          Avisa Recovery does not accept Medicare or Medicaid as payment for substance abuse treatment.

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          Our Treatment Programs

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          Anxiety can be so bad that it can make it hard to wake up in the morning. It can stop you from doing even the most basic things. It can even affect your work and personal life.

          The good news is that there are treatments for anxiety, both inpatient and outpatient. Keep reading to learn how you can manage the mental health issues that are preventing you from living your best life.

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          If you’re having trouble concentrating, you may have ADHD. It’s a condition that starts when you’re a kid and can affect you throughout your life. It can cause low self-confidence and other social problems.

          ADHD can be long-term or short-term, but even those with long-term issues can get better with medication and talk therapy for adults with ADD/ADHD. If you’re feeling like ADHD is taking a toll on your life, here’s what you can do.

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          Unfortunately, there’s no cure for bipolar disorder, but there are treatments that can help keep it in check. Some of these treatments include intensive outpatient care for bipolar disorder. Keep reading to learn more about bipolar disorder and how to stop it from ruining your life.

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          Some people, on the other hand, don’t have as much control over their moods. They can be in a great mood or they can be in a terrible mood, and if they’re in the latter, there’s not much anyone can do about it.

          People who have trouble managing their mood are called mood disorders. Mood disorders can get so bad that they can ruin your quality of life. They can damage your relationships and make it hard for you to do your job.

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          Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a serious mental health condition that causes people to have long-term, obsessive thoughts and compulsions that keep coming back to them. It can really mess with your day-to-day life and cause you stress and anxiety.

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          We all have our own unique personality traits. Some people are more reserved, while others are more outgoing. Some people get along with everybody, while others can be a bit of a wild card.

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          People with personality disorders have an unhealthy way of thinking. People who struggle with them may have difficulty connecting with others. They may lose their jobs and have trouble forming relationships.

          If you or someone close to you is struggling with a personality disorder, this article will explore how personality disorder therapy can help.

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          If you’re diagnosed with schizophrenia, treatment can help you manage your symptoms and lead a normal, healthy life.

          Our Treatment Programs

          Detox
          Evening IOP
          Inpatient
          Virtual
          Partial Hospitalization
          Supportive Housing
          Intensive Outpatient
          Family Therapy
          Outpatient
          Recovery Coaching
          Medication Assisted Therapy
          Aftercare
          Holistic Therapy
          Interventions

          Take the first step towards mental well-being – complete our depression quiz and embark on a journey to understanding and support.