of clients would recommend Maryville to a family member or friend in need.
Thirty days of residential treatment for $7,000. Lowest cost in the tri-state area.
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Maryville, Inc. is the oldest residential addiction treatment center in New Jersey. Serving the southern 9 counties, the residential facility has 76 beds including detoxification services. The average length of treatment is 20 days, sufficient to begin the recovery process, but with the expectation that clients will continue in treatment in outpatient settings. Located on 40 wooded acres in rural Gloucester County, Maryville provides a serene and safe setting for adults 18 and over with substance use disorders.We also have 2 additional locations with Intensive Outpatient and Outpatient Services. We offer patients a peaceful, natural environment conducive to the full recovery of body, mind and spirit.
Maryville is a 501(c)(3) private non-private corporation led by a volunteer board of directors. Maryville is licensed by the State of New Jersey, accredited by CARF, and is a member of the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers. Maryville also participates and is funded by several southern-area United Ways.
The Admissions office is open from 9AM until 8PM every day. A full staff of doctors, nurses and clinicians provide the best addiction treatment available in southern New Jersey. Maryville provides detox services for opiates, including heroin with buprenorphine, alcohol, and barbiturates. Maryville also serves those with a co-occurring mental health issues and substance use disorders. For those not eligible for public funding through our various grants and contracts, Maryville provides a very reasonably priced stay of 30 days compared to others in the area.
Maryville outpatient programs provide care to adults and are located in Glassboro, Gloucester County; Vineland and Cumberland County. Our philosophy is 12 Step based and we use the evidence based practices as recognized by SAMHSA, ASAM, and other like bodies.