What to expect during the intake process:
Upon admission JSAS HealthCare staff conducts a comprehensive multidisciplinary assessment to identify the appropriate treatment plan for each individual. Patients meet with a trained addiction counselor, nurse, HIV specialist and a physician. During this process, a physical and biopsychosocial assessment are completed to determine if Medication-Assisted Treatment is right for a person and which medication is right for the person. All patients must bring two forms of identification, one of which must be a picture ID.
March 1, 2021 IMPORTANT UPDATE
Effective March 1, 2021, Intakes for methadone and buprenorphine will be completed on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. There are no Vivitrol intakes at this time.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 6:00 am – 8:00 am. No appointment necessary. Daily intakes are limited so please arrive by 5:30 am. The intake process can last anywhere from 2 – 3 hours. To be eligible for methadone you must be in active opioid withdrawal or test positive for opioids on an onsite urine test.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 6:00 am – 8:00 am. No appointment necessary. Daily intakes are limited so please arrive by 5:30 am. The intake process can last anywhere from 2 – 5 hours. To be eligible for buprenorphine you must be in active opioid withdrawal.
Naltrexone intakes are currently suspend. To be eligible for naltrexone for opioid use disorder, patients must be referred by their current substance abuse treatment provider. Naltrexone for alcohol use disorder, please call JSASHC at 732-988-8877 to schedule an appointment.
Payment for treatment
JSASHC accepts the following forms of payment:
New Jersey State Fee for Service Funding for qualified individuals.
Work First NJ
JSASHC does not accept private insurance at this time.
Please contact JSASHC at 732-988-8877 for additional information.