Top Garfield, NJ Addiction Recovery Centers: Reviews and Ratings

Like many other cities across the country, Garfield has been affected by substance abuse among teens.

In 2014, 83 teenagers sought treatment for substance abuse in Bergen County. Marijuana (64 admissions) was by far the most common drug these teens sought treatment for, followed by alcohol and heroin.1

If they don’t receive treatment early on, these teens may become part of the growing group of young adults age 18-20 who made up 22.7% of all current illicit drug users in 2014.2

If you’re the parent of a teen struggling with substance abuse, here are 3 tips for getting them help:Start with a conversation. Explain changes you’ve noticed in your teen’s behavior and list examples, all with a calm demeanor. Give them an opportunity to speak. The conversation doesn’t have to be an “intervention,” which can seem like an attack.

  1. If met with resistance about rehab, ask why they don’t want to go. Assure your teen that their concerns are valid and you take them seriously. Then be sure to talk through their concerns and find solutions to them.
  2. Ask if they’ll see a doctor. If you’re met with resistance, talk to your child about going to the doctor first, because they may be more willing to listen to a healthcare professional. And remember that you don’t need their approval to send them to rehab if they are under 18. You can also visit a treatment center yourself and see what they can do to help.

As a parent, one of the most important things to do is not blame yourself. Instead, look at what you can do to help your teen. There are a variety of rehab centers that can accommodate your teenager. Everyone is different, so if you don’t find a rehab center in Garfield, consider expanding your search.


  1. New Jersey Substance Abuse Monitoring System. (2014). New Jersey Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment Substance Abuse Overview 2014 Bergen County.
  2. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2014). Age and Gender-Based Populations


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