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Delaware’s Atlantic coastline as well as the Delaware and Rehoboth Bays offer a wide variety of water activities to locals and visitors of the state. Additionally, the state is home to a number of history museums, an acclaimed opera house and annual art festivals.

Many Delawareans want to enjoy the land and its offerings, but their drug and alcohol abuse gets in the way. Each day is used up by their need to find and consume the substances their bodies have become dependent upon.

Does this scenario sound familiar? If you or a loved one can answer “yes”, please call The Treatment Center today at (302) 561-6137 to start drug and alcohol rehabilitation. Our friendly admissions counselors are ready to speak to you 24/7.

All conversations are free and confidential.

Why Choose The Treatment Center?

At The Treatment Center, our mission is to heal the mind, body, and spirit of Delaware residents who are suffering from substance-related addictions. We know how challenging drug and alcohol recovery can be. 

That’s why our addiction specialists work together to address every aspect of the disease of addiction. From detox to therapy to alumni support, we will aid you in your rehabilitation from drugs and alcohol.

Personalized Treatment Plans

At The Treatment Center, we understand that there are a lot of treatment options in the U.S. We also understand that one-size-fits-all treatment plans don’t work for most Delaware residents. That is why our facility only offers treatment plans that are tailored to meet the specific needs of each individual we treat.

Our personalized treatment plans may consist of any combination of the following services, programs and therapies:

• Safe and comfortable detox

• Individual therapy

• Group sessions

• Treatment for co-occurring disorders

• 12-step programs

• Faith-based treatment program

• Court Liaison Program

• Chronic pain management

• Family workshops

• Relapse prevention

• Aftercare services

For greater comfort during recovery, we also provide each patient with 24-hour compassionate care.

To find out more about our comprehensive approach to addiction treatment, please don’t hesitate to call us at (302) 561-6137. We can also be reached through our online chat option. Our admissions counselors are available anytime.

Drug and Alcohol Treatment

Our drug and alcohol rehab center offers relief to Delaware residents who are addicted to the following substances:

• Alcohol 

• Marijuana

• Heroin (i.e. “H”, “smack” or “dope”)

• Cocaine (powdered and crack)

• Meth and other stimulants

• Club drugs (e.g. Molly, GHB, and ketamine)

• Inhalants (e.g. “whippets”, “poppers”, and Freon)

• Hallucinogens (e.g. DMT, mushrooms, and salvia)

• Prescription drugs (e.g. OxyContin, Adderall, and Xanax)

• Synthetic drugs (e.g. Spice, bath salts, and N-bomb)

For patients who suffer from addiction and a mental health issue, we also specialize in dual diagnosis treatment.

We also know that early intervention can deter children from developing a future of addiction. That is why we also offer support to troubled Delaware teens at our adolescent-only drug and alcohol rehab center. 

Are you or a loved one ready to overcome substance abuse or addiction? If you answered “yes”, then please call our admissions counselors at (302) 561-6137. We are eagerly standing by to take your call.

Drug and Alcohol Abuse in Delaware

Despite state and local efforts to reduce substance abuse, Delaware rehab centers see a high number of admissions for a wide array of drugs. Of them, the following drugs are the most commonly abused:

Prescription drugs

Abuse of prescription drugs, namely painkillers, was exceptionally high in 2010. In fact, “other opiates”, comprised mainly of the prescription variety, were the main contributors to addiction treatment admissions in Delaware that year. 

Although treatment admissions for prescription drugs have decreased since 2010, these substances remain a serious public health threat.


Now that new prescription drug laws have made prescription opiates difficult to acquire, heroin use has skyrocketed in the state. In 2013, Delaware rehab centers treated 2,750 individuals who listed heroin as their drug of choice. This is almost double the number of patients treated in 2010. Treatment for heroin addiction is critical to decreasing the overdose death rate, which has risen along with the availability of heroin.

According to the DEA, heroin is coming into Delaware from South America and Mexico by way of I-95.


Although marijuana is currently illegal, it is the most abused substance in Delaware. Over 1,000 more Delaware residents went to treatment for marijuana abuse than alcohol abuse in 2009.


In 2009, only 850 individuals reported to Delaware rehab centers for alcohol abuse. However, 1,075 admissions were the result of alcohol used in conjunction with a secondary drug.

MDMA or “Molly”

The powdered and often encapsulated form of MDMA called “Molly” has seen a recent resurgence in popularity. In 1999, there were no MDMA busts, but just a year later 1,700 “hits” or doses of ecstasy were seized. 

Glorification from pop culture and the comeback of the “rave” culture have caused an influx of “Molly” in Delaware and other states in 2013 and 2014.

In addition to “Molly”, Delawareans are also abusing club drugs such as GHB, “roofies”, “special K”, LSD and LSA.

If you or a loved one is addicted to any of the substances listed above or others such as meth, cocaine, or tranquilizers, we can help. Our specially trained staff can help you turn your life around.

Regain Independence

Once you have recognized that you have a problem, you are one step closer to recovery. The Treatment Center will help you with the rest.

Call us today at (302) 561-6137 to speak with one of our knowledgeable admissions counselors. We are ready to assist you 24/7/365, even on holidays.

Relief from drug and alcohol addiction starts with a phone call. Don’t delay, call us today.


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