Choosing an addiction recovery program can be a daunting task. That’s why we provide educational resources to help our prospective clients make an informed and deeply personal decision. Remember, if you have questions or concerns that aren’t addressed here, you can reach us anytime via phone, email, or chat.
When you seek help for substance abuse, there’s an overabundance of information that can leave you feeling lost. Unfamiliar terms, confusing acronyms and lots of online opinions make your task even more difficult. BlueCrest knows this and provides every potential client with clear and concise information that is easy to understand. We always provide someone to talk to, even well before and well beyond normal business hours. If you or your loved one is in need of treatment and you’re looking for answers, please call us.
We publish monthly articles that include personal stories, research articles, current news pertaining to drug abuse and treatment and updates on new laws and legislation that is pertinent to the field of addictions and mental health. Please read our latest articles below.
Is Adderall Bad for Your Health?
Any drug, even when prescribed, can be bad for your health, and Adderall is no exception. Although Adderall can be legally prescribed for certain conditions, if misused or used without a prescription, it can be dangerous. Even when used as directed, this popular “study drug” can cause negative side effects. When misused or abused, Adderall […]
Introducing the New BlueCrest Podcast: “The Other Side With Richie H.”
Introducing the New BlueCrest Podcast: “The Other Side With Richie H.” All of us here at BlueCrest Recovery Center pride ourselves on being open, honest, and transparent when it comes to treatment and recovery. That’s why we’re excited to debut a new podcast that tackles some of the most pressing issues in the world of […]
Can You Overdose On Meth?
Yes, overdosing on meth is possible, and it could happen the first time you take the drug. New users haven’t built up a tolerance to meth, so it’s easy to take too high a dose. This could quickly raise the heart rate, body temperature, and blood pressure, which may result in a heart attack, stroke, […]
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I get into treatment at BlueCrest Recovery Center?
Contact us at 973-298-5776.
Is all of my information confidential?
Information regarding your health records and your presence in treatment is protected by state and federal law. Unless you provide us with written consent, even your closest family members cannot access your information except in extreme, specific incidences. If you have any additional questions regarding confidentiality, please let us know when you call.
What are the costs of treatment?
We accept most major insurance carriers and will work with you to help manage your deductibles and copays. If you do not have insurance, we will work with you to make affordable payments based on a sliding scale according to income.
Will I receive group and individual therapy?
Research supports the importance of group therapy for the treatment of addiction. At BlueCrest, clients participate in numerous group therapy sessions per week. In addition, partial care and IOP clients meet with their primary counselor for weekly individual sessions and outpatient clients meet once monthly. Some clients will be provided more individual therapy if it is determined necessary by the clinical team.
Do you offer family therapy?
Yes! Your clinician will work with you to arrange for either individual family therapy sessions and/or multi-family group therapy.
What is an assessment?
BlueCrest Recovery Center will conduct an assessment, or level of care evaluation. The goal is to determine and recommend the appropriate level of care needed to meet the client’s individual needs.
Do you treat dually diagnosed individuals?
Yes. In fact, patients with moderate co-occurring illnesses tend to be very successful in our program. Every client that comes to our facility receives a psychological evaluation to determine if they are experiencing co-occurring challenges. If there are any psychiatric issues determined, we will develop a dual diagnosis treatment plan that will be individualized for each client.
We know that recovery isn’t easy, and putting together sober or clean time takes work. So, we dedicate the last Wednesday family night of each month to celebrate. One look at the crowd huddled into our main room lets you know we have something special going on at BlueCrest. Some celebrants are in the later stages of our program when they reach 90 days or 6 months. Former clients that have successfully completed routinely come back to celebrate a year or more of sobriety. With peers and loved ones in attendance, the feeling that we are a family here at BlueCrest could not be any clearer.
12-step programs are the path to maintaining long-term, meaningful sobriety.
Clients and families are kept informed of all treatment components from initial contact to discharge.
Our therapeutic approach is grounded in the most reliable clinical practices for substance abuse recovery.
Multiple Treatment Modalities
Our program integrates numerous treatment modalities from yoga and meditation to individual and group services.
Highly-Trained Clinical Staff
Our staff is carefully selected not only for their skills and experience but for their passion in helping others, as well.
Our case management and aftercare services will make all necessary referrals for sober housing and treatment when completing our program.
Our integrated treatment model addresses the spiritual, physical and mental components of addiction.
We ensure every client has a long-term plan for ongoing recovery and a sober network in place before they discharge.
Mind, Body, Spirit Focus
The spiritual, physical and mental components of our treatment promote a healthy mind, body and spirit.
Personalized Plan of Care
Each treatment plan is individualized to meet the unique needs of each client.
Dual Diagnosis Treatment
BlueCrest has an on-staff psychiatrist, psychiatric APN and licensed clinical team to assist those with a dual diagnosis.
Our focus at BlueCrest is on solutions to addiction and mental health challenges, not living in the problem.
I feel like I’ve found somebody that was long lost and I’m still finding that person, and it’s a journey that I’m welcoming. I’ve gotten my life back and I’ve gotten my soul back.
I think I had 54 days once. Now I have a year. I can't believe it.
If you're an alcoholic addict and you want to recover, I have found no other way. That's all I'll say. I can only speak from my personal experience and I think that I represent the overwhelming majority of people who struggle with it and my family is in debt to blue crest