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Bridgeton, New Jersey

Bridgeton is a city located in Cumberland County and home to over 25,000 people. Situated in southern New Jersey, the Cohansey River runs through Bridgeton and into the Delaware bay.

Featuring a Revolutionary War-era tavern called Potter's Tavern, Bridgeton is home to other historical sites like the Old Broad Street Presbyterian Church and Cemetery (built in 1795) and the "7 sisters" row of old commercial buildings. The city is also home to the New Sweden Farmstead Museum, an open air museum located in City Park.

There are two drug and alcohol treatment centers in Bridgeton: Cumberland County Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Services and South Jersey Drug Treatment Center.

Drug And Alcohol Treatment in Bridgeton

The Cumberland County Alcoholism and Drug Abuse services is a department of the county government that focuses on getting substance abuse treatment and resources out to the public. They fund treatment and prevention programs, and also coordinate services for those suffering from addiction.

The county department also runs the First Step Clinic, which is an outpatient program offering various services for substance abuse.

South Jersey Drug Treatment Center focuses on substance abuse treatment. By specializing in detox and methadone maintenance treatment, the center is likely a good fit for people having trouble stopping use. Methadone maintenance can ease a person off opioid addiction, lessen physical dependence, and decrease symptoms of withdrawal.

Offering outpatient services, the center accepts a variety of payment, including Medicaid, Medicare, and private insurance.

Substance Abuse In Bridgeton And Cumberland County

In early 2018, Cumberland County officials announced a new program designed to battle the growing opioid epidemic in New Jersey. Several government departments got together to create the Cumberland Cares Peer Recovery Coach Law Enforcement Initiative.

The program will enlist several volunteers to act as "coaches" for people suffering from addiction. The volunteers will work one on one with people to focus on life skills needed to remain sober after recovery. It's often stressful situations that lead people back to using drugs, and building skills and tools to help manage stress may determine whether or not a person stays clean after recovery.

Transportation To Bridgeton

NJ transit provides bus services to and from Bridgeton. The 410 route connects to Philadelphia, and the 553 runs to Atlantic City. There are two airports in Bridgeton, Bucks Airport and Li Calzi Airport.

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