Opening Spring 2018
Princeton Detox Center

Comprehensive Care for a Lasting Recovery

Princeton Detox Center

Guardian Recovery Network’s newest venture is a response to the prescription drug and heroin crisis in New Jersey and the Tri-State Area. Princeton Detox & Recovery Center will open in spring 2018 and serve a part of the country that is particularly ravaged by the opioid epidemic.

The state-of-the-art, 35-bed treatment center will offer medically-assisted detox and residential addiction treatment services, making it a much-needed beacon of hope in a community fraught with substance abuse. New Jersey has one of the highest rates of emergency room visits due to opioid abuse. Last year alone, nearly 2,000 people died from opioid overdoses in New Jersey, and with the rise of fentanyl abuse, that number is projected to increase.

With an emphasis on individualized, holistic care, Princeton Detox & Recovery Center will seek to treat not only clients, but their loved ones too. As anyone who has encountered addiction will tell you, one person’s addiction oftens affects the entire family. Solving the heroin epidemic won’t be easy, but Princeton Detox & Recovery Center will serve as one part of the solution.

Inpatient Medical Detox Center in New Jersey

Guardian Recovery Network is proud to have such a successful track record, which is directly attributed to our belief that individualized care can be the difference between a lifetime of dependency--or a lasting recovery. The first step toward a successful recovery is a successful detox. Our medically-supervised detox program is designed by highly qualified members of the medical and clinical professions.

We will be implementing this program at Princeton Detox & Recovery Center. Because individualized care is our utmost priority, it’s our goal to provide men and women with a safe, comfortable detox program that meets his or her unique needs. That’s the Princeton Recovery advantage.

Detox Services

The goal of detox is to cleanse the body of addictive substances without harming the body. The following detox services and medical technologies Princeton Recovery will use ensure safety while easing withdrawal symptoms:

  • Alcohol Detox
  • Opiate Detox
  • Substance Dependency Detox
  • Benzodiazepine Detox
  • Clinical & Medical Assessment
  • Case Management
  • 24-Hour Medical Care
  • Medication Management

Safety and comfort are paramount within Guardian Recovery Network, and Princeton Recovery will be no different. Clients going through the 7-10 day detox period will be monitored 24/7 for any worrisome withdrawal symptoms and other medical complications.

Residential Substance Abuse Treatment

Medical detox is a necessary step on the road to the recovery, but it’s only the first step. Recovery begins upon the successful completion of medical detox. That’s why Princeton Recovery will also offer short-term residential treatment for clients who have completed the medical detox period. Our co-ed, 35-bed residential treatment program will last 14-28 days and is unique to each client.

Residential Services

Addiction treatment is an integral part of recovery, but it’s merely one piece of the puzzle. It’s just as important to treat the addiction as it is to treat the person. The individualized approach that is a cornerstone of Guardian Recovery Network will be further evidence by the residential services at Princeton Recovery. Treatment programs will be designed to meet our clients’ unique needs and will be comprised of a combination of residential services:

  • Substance Abuse Treatment
  • In-Depth Clinical Assessment
  • Individualized Therapy
  • Aftercare Treatment Planning
  • Case Management
  • Family Therapy
  • Nutritional Awareness
  • Group Therapy
  • Medication Management
  • 24/7 Onsite Clinical & Medical Care
  • 12-Step Approach
  • Holistic Healing Approach
  • Relapse Prevention

Begin Your Journey at Princeton Recovery

Guardian Recovery Network’s newest treatment center has been years in the making and we look forward to serving the Princeton, N.J. community starting in spring 2018. We are eagerly anticipating the opportunity to serve on the front line of the opioid epidemic and help our future clients and their families heal. Call 877-301-4673 to speak with an admissions representative and sign up for facility updates.


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