Center for Network Therapy is offering treatment for the members of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) in New Jersey that have fallen off the wagon and are suffering from alcohol dependence.
West Orange, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/06/2018 -- Led by the chemical dependence expert Indra Cidambi, M.D., Center for Network Therapy (CNT) offers exclusive, high-quality ambulatory/outpatient detoxification from alcohol, benzodiazepines, Suboxone, and opiates like heroin and painkillers. Along with the treatment, the center addresses co-occurring psychiatric issues. CNT provides 24x7 admission evaluations for individuals struggling with the issue of addiction or substance use. The center offers step-down and direct admits to its partial care and IOP programs with medication management. CNT is licensed by the State of New Jersey.
At a recent seminar, one of the CNT managers shared, "Dr. Cidambi pioneered the use of the ambulatory detox model, and we have safely detoxed numerous patients. In order to provide highly individualized treatment and allow individuals the space to express and process their feelings, we keep the group size limited. Dr. Cidambi is an expert in women's issues, and all programs incorporate the special needs of women. At CNT, we accept several types of private health insurance (in-network), including Aetna, Cigna, Qualcare, AmeriHealth, and United Health."
The ambulatory detox program at CNT is structured, and its physicians and nurses work together to monitor progress and titrate medications depending on the patient's needs. The center also provides all detox-related medications. CNT uses standard approved detox protocols, tailored to each individual. The major advantage of ambulatory detox is that the patient learns relapse prevention and coping skills, which they can apply in their home environment in real time and make progress in staying sober in their living environment.
The manager further asserted, "We also offer treatment solutions for the members of Alcoholics Anonymous in New Jersey. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a fellowship of men and women who want to share their experiences and struggles to recover from dependence on alcohol in order to support and help each other. It takes nothing but a desire to quit drinking to join this fellowship. We provide local services to individuals suffering from dependence on alcohol. It is important to get back on the wagon and live a healthy life. Our programs have proved effective for many AA members."
The AA program usually involves meetings for people who were or are dependent on alcohol. Meetings consist of sharing stories, helping other members in times of crisis, and veteran members taking newer members under their wing in order to support and guide them in recovery (called sponsorships). Center for Network Therapy not only supports Alcoholics Anonymous in NJ, but it also allows them to run groups at its facility on a daily basis, while the patients attend its various programs for alcohol detox in NJ.
About Center for Network Therapy (CNT)
Center for Network Therapy (CNT) runs alcohol treatment centers in NJ, where it provides evaluation and treatment support to individuals suffering from alcohol or substance use addiction. The therapists at the center identify and understand several underlying issues through a comprehensive bio-psycho-socio-cultural substance abuse evaluation. CNT provides a safe, comfortable environment to disclose and discuss core issues impacting an individual. Then, the center delivers group/individual therapy to enhance coping and relapse prevention skills. Individuals are also introduced to self-help groups and offered support through family involvement.
Company: Center for Network Therapy
Address: 333 Cedar Ave., Bldg. B, Middlesex, NJ 08846, United States