At Victory Bay Recovery, helping people to acquire and maintain sobriety is a true blessing for AJ Solomon. Growing up in South Jersey and graduating from University of Pittsburgh with a Bachelors of Arts, AJ had an internship with US Senator Patrick Toomey. Then, while working for the Advance Team for New Jersey Governor Christie, he found himself struggling with addiction. He talks about how his life was saved because he attended treatment and was introduced to a new way of life. AJ credits his determination, his willingness to change his entire value system, plus great sponsorship, as big components in his recovery. It was through recovery that he realized it was the first thing that he was truly passionate about and his path for helping people was forged. As Co-Founder of Victory Bay Recovery Center, AJ now is blessed to be able to help others struggling with addiction.
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We are you. People seeking Recovery want hope. And results. They want to know the people they are entrusting their lives to understand what they’ve been through and what they are going through now. We’ve walked in your shoes. We’ve lied, cheated, stole, broke the law, manipulated, complicated, and frustrated families, friends, and ourselves. But we also got up and tried again. And again. We know the desperation. We’ve cried the same tears of hopelessness, disappointment, and fear. But we found hope with long term Recovery. And we hold onto it with dear life. We can help you get through it because we’ve been through it. We know Recovery because we live Recovery.
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- Intensive Outpatient
Our Intensive Outpatient Program in South Jersey focuses on community integration and relapse prevention. Victory Bay offers two Intensive Outpatient options: IOP-5 and IOP- 3. The IOP-5 program is five days per week and averages 2-3 weeks in length, depending on a client’s progress and needs. IOP-3 is a step down from IOP-5. IOP-3 consists of three half day group and individual therapy sessions per week. These flexible outpatient addiction treatment programs give clients the opportunity to gain and maintain stability and sobriety within their communities. While in IOP, it is common that a person will be working a part time job or going to school. IOP schedules can be very flexible, allowing each person to work their personal life around their therapy. Commonly, a person will still be going to IOP when they are a resident in a sober living home. Rather than being spit right back into life with a few coping skills, IOP creates a smooth transition from treatment to full time work or school.
This treatment is usually combined with other treatment methods or as follow-up support. Therapy and counseling along with once a week group, can help you identify the root cause of your drug use, repair relationships and learn healthier coping skills. Treatment includes behavioral therapy, group or individual therapy, and family counseling, as well as didactic educational session.
AJ Solomon - Co-Founder
Heather Wilson, LCSW, LCADC, CCTP - Clinical Supervisor
Through love, empathy, and compassion, Heather’s mission is to empower others around her. Her belief is that all individuals can heal and strengthen their self-worth, while enhancing the meaning of past trauma. Heather was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and had later moved to a small town in South Jersey. She obtained her MSW from the Rutgers School of Social Work while enrolled in the Addiction Counselor Training Certificate Program. She further strived to receive her credentials as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor, as well as a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional. Heather has attended clinical trainings in Motivational Interviewing (MI), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Family Systems, as well as Grief and Loss. Early in her career, Heather sought to empower individuals and families through advocacy work within nonprofit organizations. She provided evidence-based treatment to individuals within the residential, intensive outpatient, and intensive in community settings. Heather further transitioned into supervisory roles, where she took steps to execute engaging and experiential clinical curriculum within treatment programs.
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