Alcohol and Drug Rehab Programs
All Seabrook House programs are grounded in the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA). The Seabrook House Model® of treatment includes a multifaceted medical approach to alcohol and other drugs including opiate detoxification, gender-specific therapy with special emphasis on relapse prevention, and family intervention services.
Seabrook House offers various adult services.
- Intervention services
- Complete rehab services for adults which include, detox and Inpatient/Residential Treatment
- Separate luxurious Extended Care treatment facilities for men and women
- Outpatient/SHARE Counseling treatment services
- Family Treatment services and support
Seabrook House – 35 days primary men/women/detox (New Jersey NJ)
SHARE Counseling Services – Outpatient and counseling services(New Jersey, NJ) Each facility offers every level of outpatient care from partial through one on one counseling. SHARE also offers distinct IOP services for those clients curently enrolled in a Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) program, such as buprenorphine maintenance.
Our experience and success is in helping our patients through the healing of body, mind, and spirit. Our treatment team is passionate about providing patients with an individualized, minimum 4 – 5 week addiction rehab treatment program, followed by 3 months of extended care for men at our sober living facility in Pennsylvania, Seabrook West or 3 months long term rehab for women at Seabrook Changes4Women in New Jersey.
We believe in a holistic approach offering a multitude of rehab services, including yoga, EMDR, psychodrama, music therapy, equine assisted therapy and adventure based counseling. Our programs include the following:
- 5 day evaluation
- 3 -7 day detoxification
- Specialized opioid detoxification
- 30 day, 60 day, 90 day or 120 day inpatient/residential rehab
- Partial Hospitalization – 20 hours clinical contact weekly
- Young Adult track ages 18 – 24
- Intensive Outpatient Program
Does Treatment Work?
The answer is YES. The latest outcome studies conducted by the National Institute of Drug Abuse are very clear. Treatment must be a minimum of three months to be effective and must include active participation in 12 Step recovery support groups.