We believe every interaction with our patients is an opportunity!

1 (888) 825-8689

Call Us Now- 24/7 Customer Support

 

Screen Shot 2019-10-24 at 1.00.42 AM
YOU CAN RECOVER
WE ARE HERE TO HELP

TRUTH ABOUT ADDICTION

Addiction afflicts a large population within the United States. Ranging from all ages, races, educational standing , addiction is responsible for individuals losing their lively hood, family, career and sometimes their lives.

There are many signs and symptoms of Drug or Alcohol Addiction including :  

  • Changes in mood, attitude, motivation, sleep patterns.

  • Poor Performance as work 

  • Constantly absent 

  • Secretive Behavior 

  • Sudden weight loss or gain 

  • Strange body odors 

  • Questionable new friends and hangouts

departments-bg

ABOUT MORE LIFE RECOVERY

More Life Recovery is committed to helping you achieve and maintain long term recovery. We provide services on an outpatient basis in an intimate and individualized setting where you will feel right at home. Our goal is to provide an optimum healing opportunity for each individual, an environment in which each individual feels safe allowing each client served to open doors to new possibilities, creating an experience of hope and opportunity. More Life Recovery integrates multiple approaches to helping clients fight the disease off addiction. is also a family oriented treatment facility, incorporating. We've been there and have done that.. Let us help you make it out.

Our Partners

Learn about our Program Details

At More Life we don’t believe in a one shoe fits all model. That’s why we’ve developed two tracks within our 3 tier program.

Kitchen Area
Area
IMG 1
Master Bathroom
Hallway
Our Facilities
Pool Area
previous arrowprevious arrow
next arrownext arrow
Shadow

GROUP THERAPY

Learn More

IOP PROGRAM

Learn More

OUTPATIENT PROGRAM

Learn More
Full 2
GROUP THERAPY
A service provided in which provides participants a powerful opportunity to share and learn from others in a safe and supportive environment while working toward healing and change. Clients meet face-to-face with a trained group facilitator to talk about a particular issue, share and explore their feelings and behaviors, hear different points of view and coping strategies, and receive encouragement from others facing similar issues.
Full 2
Full 3 - copy
Trauma Therapy
An assessment used to determine whether an individual has experienced specific traumatic events. It takes an in-depth exploration of the nature and severity of the traumatic events, the consequences of those events, and current trauma-related symptoms.
Full 3 - copy
previous arrow
next arrow

SEND US A MESSAGE

Feel free to send us a message concerning a loved one or if you have any questions or concerns about our facilities.

EMERGENCY SERVICES

If you are unsure if you or a loved one are suffering from Addiction please feel free to contact us.

24/7 SUPPORT

Call us any time on any day 24/7. We are here for you- even if you just have a simple question.

QUALIFIED DOCTORS

All our doctors are experienced and knowledgable of addiction and all the stress that can have on the family.

ONLINE FORM

Send us a message right now if you have a loved one you are concerned about- we can book an appointment immediately.

    appoinmentContact Us

    Send Email Notification

    News From Us

    Treatments

    Welcome to the topic, “Best treatments for mental illnesses”. Here is the good news – mental illness is getting more consideration from various governments across the globe and as a result, more people with mental health problems have a better chance of a better lifestyle. When it comes to the treatment of mental illnesses, community treatments are thought to be much more effective than hospital treatments. Psychological treatments are thought to be the most effective

    Mental Health

    With the growing rate of mental disorders in the world, it has come to be essential to bridge the difference between physical and mental health problems by knowing the risk factors and consequences of mental disorders. It is time that people join each other to dissipate the stigma linked to mental problems. Effective ways of fighting mental health stigma When such wrong beliefs intensify stigmatizing attitudes, regardless of the type, they considerably affect the social

    mental illness

    There is no exact cause of mental illness is known till now, but there are many known factors behind its occurrence. These can be environmental, psychological, or biological. The causes vary from individual to individual and they can be complex. Most individuals with mental illnesses have a combination of these factors as a cause: Genetic Factors Most mental illnesses are the result of genetics and run in families. Twin studies have revealed that there is

    Outpatient Drug Rehabilitation, Metuchen, NJ | Drug Rehab

    A classic picture of an alcoholic is someone who is constantly drinking. That person’s life is falling apart because of alcohol, and they are in denial. However, that’s not always the case. Some people are doing just fine even though they abuse alcohol. They are called high-functioning alcoholics.  These people are hard to spot because their life isn’t falling apart. Plus, they seem to blend with normal people. But, you should know how to spot

    depression and anxiety

    Depression and Anxiety are types of mood disorders. Among other effects, depression causes feelings of reduced energy, hopelessness, and sadness. Anxiety produces feelings of dread, worry, or nervousness. What Is Depression? Depression disturbs the act of how you feel and respond. In depression you have these symptoms: Anxiousness, sadness, or hopelessness A lack of energy Loss of interest in your favorite activities Eating less or more than your normal routine Sleeping too much or too

    Having a substance use disorder affects the users and their families. An intervention is a meeting where family members, friends, and other supporters discuss their concerns about a person’s drug or alcohol use. Additionally, it gives the users time to reflect on their behavior and decide whether they want to change. The following piece will discuss seven tips on holding supportive meetings for those with a substance use disorder.   1. Start Early  Don’t wait