Hoboken, New Jersey, residents and others living in Hudson County struggle with the effects of the state’s opioid epidemic every day. It’s difficult when one member of the family is struggling with an addiction, but the situation becomes even more challenging when both members of a couple are struggling with substance abuse.
In all of Hudson County, 10%, or 437, rehab patients were married or in a civil union in 2016.1 A total of 57% of Hudson County residents admitted for substance abuse treatment stated that they achieved their goals for improving a family situation that year.1
Couples fighting drug addiction sometimes want to fight their way back to health together. In this case, couples therapy could be considered only if there’s a willingness on both parties’ parts to do the hard work associated with rehab. If you’re looking into going into therapy as a couple in a Hoboken drug rehab center, there are several ways this can be approached:
If it’s determined that the issues with your partner are inseparable from your addiction in some part, your request for joint couple’s rehab may be denied. Attending separate treatment facilities effectively addresses your substance abuse issues and will allow you to work together for a drug-free life once you’ve completed your respective programs.
If you’re part of a couple struggling with addiction and determined to work toward a healthy life, you’ve made a strong first step. Not every rehab facility is equipped to provide resources for a couple, so check out our directory to see what options and resources are available to you. Search for Hoboken rehab programs to find a list of treatment centers in your area.
There is no obligation to enter treatment and you can opt out at any time.