I've worked with many wonderful New Jersey treatment facilities over the years. The people who work at these agencies are passionate, caring, dedicated people who treat people with this disease as human beings. Thank you, each and every one of you!
There are many factors in placing an individual into treatment. First and foremost, It must be the right fit for the client, of course insurance or lack of has to play a role as well as many other considerations such as do they need detox, in-patient residential, IOP (Intense Out Patient) or sober living.
Recently, a woman called me to get help for her daughter-in-law. She has a heroin, substance use disorder and she was living in her car. I reached out to Barbara Cashin who is the Director of Development at Tranquil & Quest. Barbara is a CSW, LCADC and offers 35 years clinical and administrative experience. She quickly took control and was able to place the daughter in law in to detox the following morning with a follow up plan for residential treatment and sober living.
Tranquil & Quest tranquilandquest.com/our-program/ offers a 2 week detox, 30 day rehab, luxury beachside sober living, massage, best clinical practices, DBT 12 step, smart recovery, co-occurring and…….clinical services that are offered 7 days a week by Halcyon/ GenPsych!
I took a tour of the building located at 811 Ocean Ave in Bradley Beach NJ. Not only do they offer all the above clinical services, the individual condos have beautiful kitchens with a Chef who cooks breakfast and dinner, an open floor plan living room and light and breezy bedrooms. They do yoga on the beach and many more wellness activities.
I have to say, I was impressed by the whole package. Tranquil & Quest is one of the best.
If you'd like to get in touch with Barbara Cashin or need admission information, you can reach her on her cell phone at 732-910-3773. Also take a look at the website too! tranquilandquest.com/our-program.
Thank you to all the dedicated people in this field who have helped me help others. You truly are angels in this epidemic and we'd be lost without you!