Middletown is a township in Monmouth County, New Jersey. As of the 2010 United States Census, the township has a total population of 66,552, making it the states’ 16th largest municipal. Middletown is predominantly populated by Caucasians they make up 88% of the residents while Hispanics make up 7%, African Americans 1% and Asians 2.9%. The most common racial or ethnic group living below the poverty line in North Middletown, NJ is white, followed by Hispanic and then American Indian. 7.08 of the population whom poverty status is determined in Middletown, NJ live below the poverty line, a number that is lower than the national average of 14%. The largest demographic living in poverty is Female ages 35-44, followed by Female ages 55-64 and then Female ages 25-34.
Here are some facts about Middletown compared to New Jersey:
- The unemployed percentage is significantly below the state average.
- The Black race population percentage is significantly below the state average.
- The Hispanic race population percentage is below state average.
- The Median age is below state average.
- The Foreign-born population percentage significantly below state average.
- The length of stay since moving in above state average.
Addiction & Detox Treatment Options Available:
Clinically Managed Detox: Medical Detoxification is a process that allows you to adjust to life without drugs or alcohol slowly with a healthcare professional instead of stopping cold turkey. Medical detoxes often prevent addicts from returning to their unhealthy habits, making the process an important part of a long-lasting recovery.
Residential Addiction Program: The residential programs are designed for clients to live at a center full-time. This gives patients the opportunity to focus their attention on recovery while reaping the benefits of intensive therapy.
Intensive Outpatient Program: This program known as IOP is most recommended to patients who have successfully gone through detox but still need to continue their recovery process on a part-time yet intensive schedule designed to accommodate work and family life.
Outpatient treatment program: An outpatient program allows you to live at home and remain in control of your life. You can still attend work or get a job while your rebuild your personal life with the help and support you’ll receive from the program.
Dual Diagnosis Mental Health Treatment: This type of program treats people who suffer from mental health issues like anxiety, depression, an eating disorder, bipolar disorder while getting treated for addiction.
Drug & Alcohol Addiction Recovery Resources
For more information, please contact The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration: