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Rolling Hills Recovery Center Announces Major Gift, The Opening Day of the Facility

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Rolling Hills Recovery Center Announces Major Gift, The Opening Day of the Facility

May 16
21:44 2023

The outpatient drug rehabilitation center, Rolling Hills Recovery Center (RHRC), is pleased to announce its opening. The facility is situated at 425 Main St., Chester, NJ 07930, making it the perfect place to serve Chester and the outlying regions. Rolling Hills Recovery Center is a leader in integrated treatment for drug addiction and co-occurring mental illnesses. The facility aims to satisfy New Jersey’s rising need for rehabilitation treatment services by offering confidential, friendly services to clients seeking drug and alcohol recovery in a less structured environment.

The Center invites visitors to tour the facility and learn more about treatment for drug addiction and mental health problems. We all must work together to win the fight against drug addiction and the stigmatization of mental illnesses.

The well-trained treatment personnel at Rolling Hills Recovery Center will be adaptable in customizing therapy to meet the requirements of each client, treating both the root causes and symptoms of the addiction. The objective is to treat those struggling with substance use disorders (SUDs) while addressing common co-occurring mental issues like depression, anxiety, trauma, and personality disorders.

“We are quite happy to provide this outpatient service to our clients as a supplement to the residential/inpatient treatment programs available in New Jersey. However, being treated in a residential facility isn’t always an option for all of us,” says Robert Marino, Operator at Rolling Hills Recovery Center. “While the institution provides the same evidence-based therapies that any reputable residential facility would offer, the adoption of an outpatient model allows patients to receive treatment while at the same time managing their other important responsibilities, such as those to their families and careers,” Robert adds.

People can continue to live at home, attend school, or work while attending general outpatient (OP), intensive outpatient (IOP), and partial hospitalization (PHP) care at the facility. The majority of health insurance plans cover these services. The clinic has developed a structure that works closely with its patients at all stages and provides them with the resources they need for long-term recovery. With the aid of the continuum of care services offered, it aims to make it as easy as possible for each patient to transition through the levels of care as they advance through therapy. Patients who complete their program enroll in the alumni network, continue participating in the recovery community, and maintain their drug-free status.

The New Jersey treatment facility believes it owes patients, families, and communities to assist them in obtaining comprehensive care for their addiction and mental illness. During treatment, it will employ evidence-based therapeutic techniques such as dialectical behavioral therapy, family therapy, motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy, trauma-based therapy, and group therapy, along with holistic approaches such as yoga therapy, reiki therapy, massage therapy, and recreational therapy. In addition, Rolling Hills Recovery Center dedicates itself to providing a friendly, secure, and pleasant environment that will empower all members and inspire optimism for a better future.

RHRC illustrates how Chester, New Jersey residents with mental illnesses can lead everyday, fruitful lives after rehab.

About Rolling Hills Recovery Center

Rolling Hills Recovery Center’s goal is to provide clients with all the tools they need to overcome addiction and foster a long life of sobriety, productivity, and happiness. The facility allows you to “Rise Beyond Addiction” through in-depth, evidence-based therapy. When you become a member of RHRC, you become a part of a community of individuals dedicated to bringing about long-lasting change and who consider SUDs as diseases rather than personality flaws.

The RHRC’s areas of specialization include treatment and recovery of substance abuse, addictions, dual diagnosis, co-occurring disorders, drug and alcohol abuse, and relapse prevention.

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Company Name: Rolling Hills Recovery Center
Contact Person: Robert Marino
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Country: United States