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Evergreen Substance Abuse Treatment Program

Evergreen
Substance Abuse
Treatment Center

800-730-2762

The Evergreen Substance Abuse Treatment Program at Bergen Regional Medical Center provides comprehensive substance abuse treatment to more than 15,000 people annually. Evergreen’s full range of services includes Inpatient Detoxification, Residential Treatment, Partial Hospital Programming and Intensive Outpatient Programming.
 
Evergreen is designed to meet the needs of persons over the age of 18, who are suffering from the disease of addiction to drugs and /or alcohol. The Bergen Regional Medical Center Access Center will assess your needs and direct your admission to the level of care that will provide the most appropriate treatment for you.

Medical Detoxification • Residential Treatment • Partial Hospital Program • Intensive Outpatient Program

The Evergreen Program provides a full range of medical and mental health services including:

  • Certified counselors
  • Assistance in directing you to the right level of continuing care
  • Patient driven programming that provides individual and group therapies and psycho-education within a 12-Step framework
  • Access Center assessments and placement
  • Admissions to treatment 7 days per week

Call the BRMC Access Center for Mental Health and Substance Abuse Service for an assessment – 800-730-2762

Evergreen Family Handbook

Detoxification

Inpatient Treatment is often necessary for a safe and successful medical withdrawal from alcohol, heroin, benzodiazepines and prescription pain medication. Patients requiring detoxification can do so in a safe environment staffed with trained, competent, and caring professionals. The time period for detoxification ranges from 4–8 days.

Residential Treatment

Patients who require more intensive treatment will find the structure and programming in our 24-hour-a-day inpatient programs to be “...just what the doctor ordered...” BRMC residential inpatient programs have a history of providing effective treatment.

Out Patient Programs

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Not every chemically-dependent patient requires inpatient or residential treatment. Many have been successfully launched into recovery through an effective outpatient treatment program. The IOP offers 3 hours of treatment in either a day or an evening program. The treatment team, which includes you, your counselors, and a psychiatrist when needed, will determine how many days a week and how long you will attend the program.

Partial Hospital Program (PHP)
Patients who require more intensive outpatient treatment, which includes daily medical/psychiatric and nursing attention, are best treated in the PHP, which meets daily Monday - Friday, five hours a day.

The goal of outpatient treatment is to provide support, structure and therapy that will allow patients to remain on their journey toward self-mastery while living at home and in their community.

 


The Teen Track, a group for adolescents between the ages of 13-17, offers an opportunity for teens to focus on recovering from alcohol/drugs and abuse/addiction. This group meets on Mondays and Wednesdays from 5:45pm – 7:15pm. For more information, please call 201-967-4000 ext. 4260 or ext. 5155. Download a flyer.

Evergreen Substance Abuse Treatment Center brochureDownload the Evergreen Brochure

Other Resources

Alcoholics Anonymous

Narcotics Anonymous of NJ

New Jersey Al-Anon & Alateen

Nar-Anon of New Jersey

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