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Parsippany is a township in Morris County, New Jersey. As of the 2010 United States Census, it holds a population of 53,238. In 2006, Parsippany was recognized by Money Magazine as the 17th-ranked of the “Best Places to Live in the United States, the highest-ranked location in New Jersey. As of the 2000 United States Census, the racial makeup of the township was 74.28% Caucasian, 3.11% African American, 0.12% Native American, 18.06% Asian, 0.06% Pacific Islander and 6.98% Hispanic. 22.

In Morris County, the rate of heroin deaths per 100,000 is 5.2, nearly twice the U.S average of 2.6. The heroin and opioid epidemic predominantly affect adults ages 20-34. Currently, 22% of adults are limited by either physical, mental or emotional problems.

  • As of 2012 12.3% of adults have a depression disorder, 6% of those adults are minorities.
  • As of 2012 10% of adults have an anxiety disorder. 4.3% of those adults are minorities.
  • As of 2016 there have been 8.3 deaths by suicide per 100,000 population.

Here are some statistics reported by the Community Health Assessment in 2016 on substance abuse in Parsippany:

  • 30% of Parsippany residents reported to be alcoholics.
  • 4% of Parsippany residents reported using crack/cocaine.
  • 45% of Parsippany residents reported using Heroin.
  • 5% of Parsippany residents reported using some other type of opiates.
  • 13% of Parsippany residents reported using marijuana/hashish.
  • 3% of Parsippany residents reported using other types of drugs.
  • 95% of alcoholics in Parsippany are 18 and over.
  • 96% of drug users in Parsippany are 18 and over.
  • 31% of alcohol users in Parsippany are female.
  • 69% of alcohol users in Parsippany are male.
  • 33% of heroin users in Parsippany are female.
  • 67% of heroin users in Parsippany are male.
  • 26% of marijuana/hashish users in Parsippany are female.
  • 74% of marijuana/hashish users in Parsippany are male.

Treatment options available for substance users are(but not limited to):

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.

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Helpful Resources

For a list of detailed drug and alcohol addiction treatment services in Morris County, visit:
https://www.nj211.org/resource-search/topic/Substance%20Abuse/Morris

Other informational resources:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parsippany-Troy_Hills,_New_Jersey
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alcoholism
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Addiction

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