One of them, Recovery Centers of America‘s treatment facility at Raritan Bay, was among the centers that took top honors in their respective communities for quality of service, reputation and accreditation.
“Our team works to make a difference in the community and appreciates the community recognizing those efforts,” Robert Bunyon, CEO of Recovery Centers of America, stated.
The America’s Best Addiction Treatment Centers 2022 list highlights the nation’s top facilities based on quality of service, reputation and accreditation relative to in-state competition, according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
The rankings feature the top 330 inpatient/residential and long-term addiction treatment centers.
The 10 facilities from the Garden State that were recognized include:
- New Hope Integrated Behavioral Health Care, Marlboro;
- Blake Recovery Center, Belle Mead;
- Seabrook House, Bridgeton;
- Passaic County Subacute Detox & Short/ Long Term Residential Programs, Paterson;
- Discovery Institute – New Jersey Detox & Rehabilitation, Marlboro;
- Pinelands Recovery Center of Medford, Medford;
- Damon House Inc., New Brunswick;
- Angel Hope House, Newark;
- Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper, Cherry Hill;
- Recovery Centers of America at Raritan Bay, South Amboy.
The evaluation process was comprised of three steps:
- Recommendations from peers: Thousands of medical experts (therapists, counselors, medical doctors, administration & staff working in addiction treatment facilities) were invited to an online peer-to-peer survey.
- Quality score: Participants were also asked to rank the quality dimensions that influence the quality of rehabilitation facilities.
- Accreditation score: SAMHSA provides data for addiction treatment centers. Specifically, SAMHSA lists accreditations relevant to addiction treatment centers.
The rankings were performed by Newsweek and Statista Inc., a market-leading statistics data and industry ranking company. Newsweek and Statista employed a comprehensive methodology in evaluating selected addiction treatment centers, which included a reputation survey conducted by Newsweek and Statista and an accreditation score by SAMHSA.