South Jersey Drug Counseling Services

If you are in need of South Jersey Drug Counseling services while you are receiving Suboxone treatments, here is a list of local services that accept Suboxone patients for counseling therapy.

Amber Monserrate, MS, LDADC, Woodbury, NJ – (856) 404-8685
Amber Monserrate is a New Jersey licensed clinical alcohol and drug counselor with a private practice focused on substance abuse. Her services include therapy, assessments, interventions and education.

Solstice Counseling, Woodbury, NJ and Lumberton, NJ – (609) 667-7006
Solstice Counseling & Wellness Center provides a holistic approach to therapy that includes physical and psychological healing, including counseling and anger management. They offer outpatient programs, mental health counseling and family counseling.

Women of Hope, Berlin, NJ – (856) 767-3700
Women of Hope is a Christian, faith-based therapy center for women that provides addiction therapy, mentoring and workshops to help them make a recovery.

The Starting Point, Haddon Twp, NJ – (856) 854-3155
The Starting Point, a private, non‑profit education and referral center, provides support and healing when times are tough.

O’Leary Counseling LLC, Barrington, NJ – (856) 547-1107, x-104
O’Leary Counseling services is a counseling and therapy center for individuals, groups and families, including children, for people with emotional and addictive issues. Their criteria for addiction clients involves people who need help making the decision to overcome their addiction.

Rehab After Work, Turnersville, NJ – (800) 238-4357
Rehab After Work is a NJ-licensed outpatient addiction treatment program with 20 offices in PA and NJ. They offer individual and family outpatient therapy, young adult programs, and clinical evaluations among several other programs.

Seabrook House, Bridgeton, NJ – (856) 663-0010
Seabrook House is an accredited CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) facility. They operate five outpatient facilities in New Jersey. Seabrook offers gender separate treatment programs, inpatient treatment accommodations, and intervention and family treatment services.