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Trenton Healthcare Clinic

Suboxone & Methadone Treatment in Trenton, NJ

Medication-Assisted Treatment Options for Trenton, NJ

It’s no secret that Trenton, New Jersey is greatly impacted by the opioid crisis. Trenton Healthcare Clinic, a Recovery Centers of America company, is taking action to curb the impact of opioids on the Trenton community by offering a full range of proven Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) services that include a methadone clinic, doctor supervised suboxone treatment, monitored maintenance, gradual detoxification,  physical examinations, STD screenings, psychological assessments, substance abuse counseling, and job readiness program.

Methadone Clinic

Trenton Healthcare Clinic believes in the proven efficacy of methadone as an indispensable treatment option for opiate addiction. Methadone can be used to treat all levels of opiate dependence but is particularly effective for moderate to heavy addiction. Methadone, in combination with counseling, is associated with better treatment outcomes. When used to treat opioid addiction, Methadone is only available at licensed Methadone clinics such as Trenton Healthcare Clinic’s location in Trenton, New Jersey. When taken daily, it can greatly reduce cravings, decrease or eliminate withdrawal symptoms, promote abstinence, and help patients remain productive in day to day activities.

Need a Suboxone Doctor?

Trenton Healthcare Clinic’s other MAT option is administration of doctor prescribed Suboxone, a partial agonist opioid that’s formulated specifically for the treatment of opiate dependence. Like Methadone, it binds to the brain’s opioid receptors, however, it does not fully stimulate the receptors. Although both medications are proven to be effective for treating opioid dependence, we believe that giving patients a choice, along with the expert guidance of an experienced doctor, can lead to much better recovery outcomes.

Substance Abuse Counseling in Trenton, NJ

Our qualified substance use counselors work with patients to address psychological issues that can contribute to an addiction. Thanks to the various types of counseling provided, such as individual counseling, group counseling, and intensive outpatient counseling, our patients learn skills critical for long-term, sustainable recovery. This allows patients to gain insight into their thoughts and behaviors, and develop tools to help prevent relapse.

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Trenton Healthcare Clinic
801 New York Ave
Trenton, NJ 08638
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Medication Hours

Monday through Friday
5:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Saturday
6:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

Sunday
Closed

Counseling Hours

Monday through Friday
5:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Saturday
6:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

Sunday
Closed

Payment Options

New Jersey  Medicaid
Self-Pay

SAME DAY ADMISSIONS
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MEDICATION

As a former Counselor, I was given an opportunity to serve our community of consumers in opioid addiction. Most of our progress was earned through insightful, helpful and compassionate collaboration between clients and staff. In this environment I was afforded the platform to both receive and offer the best therapeutic interventions to our clients.The Executive Director and Clinical Director are extremely proficient and work in tandem which keeps the agency vibrant and promotes Trenton Healthcare LLC to be a far better alternative to New Horizons. It's best that potential clients take a vested interest in their recovery wherever they choose to receive help. This is key to victory in recovery.To all prospective clients, please keep in mind that addiction is a "family disease" meaning one shouldn't go it alone. When entering into a MAT (Medications Assisted Treatment) clinic, have a family member or a trusted sober friend available for consultation / advice. Potential clients are vulnerable as they are suffering the devastating effects of SUD (Substance Use Disorder aka Addiction).Clinics are a services provider and follow a business model. Most agencies are "trending" towards IOP (Intensive Outpatient) Level of Care (10 hours per week).What if I have a job, family or other obligations that won't allow me that sort of time to devote to my recovery? Be sure to be honest with yourself. Maybe IOP would be a good starting point (duration: approximately 90 days). Or a lesser level of care (OP) would suffice allowing a client to recover, hold down a job and still have significant time with family. You know you're in the right clinic when staff are "client centric." It was my experience working at Trenton Healthcare LLC to be surrounded by counselors doing their best to ensure clients were advocated for by counselors' determined efforts to qualify clients for NJSAMS (New Jersey Substance Abuse Monitoring System) Medicaid benefits allowing clients to receive insurance (when applicable) to cover their pharmacotherapy. Much to the Clinical Director's credit, she over sees this process while training staff to ever improve the induction process. The benefit of this reduces the time clients first enter the door, speaks with a counselor, are examined by the doctors and receive medications to alleviate or reduce opioid withdrawal sickness.Your greatest resource in clinics are the doctors. After that be sure to put your counselor to work. Your success is up to you. Own your recovery, be vested and get your life back! Remember, "There's no one too stupid to recover, only too smart." "Having an attitude of gratitude determines your altitude!" Thank you.Be well,Arthur D Jones, MA
Arthur Jones
Arthur Jones
13:38 03 Feb 19
A really good facility with staff that actually helps and cares. Great understanding doctor as well. FYI this is my sons account lol
Sean Kozlowski
Sean Kozlowski
04:14 10 Oct 18
This place has helped me tremendously. I have been receiving treatment here for about six months. The staff is always polite to me. They have been very reasonable with their expectations and it's given me the space I have needed to gain stability.The first month it was a little frustrating because I continually had holds on my medication and my counselor would arrive 45 minutes after me. After settling in and getting a set appointment time to see him once a week it's been smooth sailing. The doctor is usually available to see the day I inquire or the very next.They are new so they are still ironing out the creases... But they are quick to make things right if I hold up my end.
Tay LeClaire
Tay LeClaire
12:51 29 Oct 18
A new facility so it's really nice! Friendly and helpful staff. Highly recommend this place.
Mol B
Mol B
23:08 08 Dec 17
As a former Counselor, I was given an opportunity to serve our community of consumers in opioid addiction. Most of our progress was earned through insightful, helpful and compassionate collaboration between clients and staff. In this environment I was afforded the platform to both receive and offer the best therapeutic interventions to our clients.The Executive Director and staff are committed to excellence in terms of service and make it clear addiction / recovery is the mission and possible.Own your recovery, be vested and get your life back! Remember, "There's no one too stupid to recover, only too smart." "Having an attitude of gratitude determines your altitude!" Thank you.Be well,Arthur D Jones, MA
Arthur Jones
Arthur Jones
22:07 28 Feb 19
Would recommend this program to people who are ready to pick up the pieces and start over. This program gave me life!
Nicole Davis
Nicole Davis
13:29 16 Mar 19
Place has helped me get my life back on track
Victoria Lacava
Victoria Lacava
10:18 17 Mar 19
Would recommend this program to people who are ready to pick up the pieces and start over. This program gave me life!
Nicole Davis
Nicole Davis
13:29 16 Mar 19

Specialized Programming for Relapse Prevention

Trenton Healthcare Clinic wants to help you break the cycle of relapse with PRISE (Promoting Recovery through Intensive Support and Education). PRISE’s focus is to make sustainable steps towards your life goals while focusing on what has worked to keep you in recovery. In other words, focusing on what has gone right in your recovery, rather than focusing on what has gone wrong. You can use these strengths to propel you forward in your recovery. PRISE is based on three models:

  • Acceptance Commitment Therapy: Learning to let negative emotions go and taking a stand in your recovery by connecting through earlier values.
  • Narrative Therapy: Viewing the problem – not the person – as the problem to apply solutions more easily.
  • Positive Psychology: Through smaller therapy groups and helping others, patients learn gratitude – which energizes them to continue moving forward in their recovery.

“If you’re wondering why you keep relapsing, PRISE is the program for you,” says Trenton Healthcare Clinic Counselor Paget. “I understand you might feel discouraged about your progress at times. We’re going to move beyond learning about addiction in PRISE; and help you build on what you’re good at and what has helped you sustain recovery. We’ll identify and take down barriers as they pop up, and discover new goals.”

As patients make their way through PRISE, the unique curriculum paves the way, serving as both a resource and an educational tool. PRISE patients will continue group and individual therapy sessions. However, PRISE group therapy will consist of only other PRISE patients, resulting in a smaller group. We will teach you the critical tools needed to achieve and maintain long-term recovery, so you can live the life you’ve always wanted.

New Jersey is losing too many lives to the opioid epidemic

“The opioid epidemic continues to devastate families and communities across our state, as we combat this crisis, it is critical that we use data-driven, evidence-based strategies to support individuals suffering from addiction and help them get on the path to recovery,” Gov. Phil Murphy stated in January 2019 following another increase in overdose deaths the previous year. New Jersey newspaper headlines are consistently consumed by the latest drug bust. In August 2019, nearly 30 people were arrested in possession of huge amounts of heroin and fentanyl, enough to kill tens of thousands of people. Sadly, it was too late for some, as the bust was linked to 57 overdoses, 26 of them fatal. That’s why Recovery Centers of America opened Trenton Healthcare Clinic in the heart of Trenton. We want to help those struggling with SUD by providing MAT using Methadone and Suboxone. MAT can mean the difference between someone beating their addiction instead of succumbing to it.

Same Day Admissions and Medication. Walk-Ins are Welcome.

The Team Behind Trenton Healthcare Clinic

To combat the ongoing opioid epidemic affecting Trenton, Recovery Centers Of America brought together some of New Jersey’s top professionals in the fields of opiate addiction and Medication-Assisted Treatment. The team combines many decades of experience with compassion and understanding.


Why I Do What I Do


Why I Do What I Do

Additional New Jersey Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Location

Recovery Centers of America operates a second Medication Assisted Treatment facility in Somerdale, New Jersey (about 10 miles south of Camden) called Bravo Medical. It offers a set of services very similar to Trenton Healthcare Clinic but may be easier to reach for some New Jersey residents in need. Learn more about RCA’s other New Jersey Suboxone and Methadone clinic location by clicking below.

❯ Bravo Medical

NEW Pennsylvania Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Location

Recovery Centers of America has recently expanded to Lansdowne, PA! Delaware County Healthcare Clinic provides methadone and suboxone treatment, and serves Delaware County, Lansdowne, Upper Darby, Philadelphia and more. DCHC also treats pregnant patients and provides detoxification services. Learn more about RCA’s new Pennsylvania location by clicking below.

❯ Delaware County Healthcare Clinic

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