Lifetime Recovery Center - New Jersey Drug & Alcohol Rehab
Rehab, Detox, Inpatient Treatments, and Integrative Programs at Lifetime Recovery
Lifetime Recovery is the top-rated center for drug and alcohol treatment in Mullica Hill.
Unlike some addiction treatment clinics - where hitting bottom feels like doom - we're excited about this point in your journey, the opportunity you now have to learn how to live sober and happy. Reaching out and receiving help for addiction and mental illness can be frightening and challenging, yet also the most rewarding and lifesaving decision you can make.
At Lifetime Recovery, we work hard as a team to help each person find individualized solutions and regain control of life as they seek treatment. Our facility is a safe and peaceful place where you can come to share your struggles and find the support you deserve. If you're ready to start the road to recovery, we're prepared to help. Our addiction treatment center services all of New Jersey, as well as the surrounding areas such as Philadelphia County, Delaware County, Connecticut, New York, and New York City.
Lifetime Recovery offers a variety of programs, including detoxification, inpatient treatment, and integrative programs.
Our team strives to get to the root cause of addiction and mental health issues while also identifying the underlying risk factors that could be contributing to and exacerbating these diseases.
Our state-of the-art addiction rehab provides a clear pathway to recovery through healing and restoration. We offer evidence-based interventions to treat the following substance abuse disorders:
Alcohol Addiction Treatment
Benzodiazepines Addiction Treatment
Cocaine Addiction Treatment
Heroin Addiction Treatment
Marijuana Addiction Treatment
Opioid Addiction Treatment
Painkiller Addiction Treatment
Prescription Drug Addiction Treatment
Mullica Hill is a census-designated place (CDP) and unincorporated community within Harrison Township, Gloucester County, in the U.S. state of New Jersey. As of the 2020 United States census, the CDP's population was 4,698, an increase of 716 (+18.0%) from the 3,982 counted at the 2010 U.S. census, which in turn reflected an increase of 2,324 (+140.2%) from the 1,658 enumerated at the 2000 census. == History == Spicerville was the name of a community on the south bank of Raccoon Creek, named after prominent landowner Jacob Spicer. Mullica Hill originally referred to the settlement on the north bank of Raccoon Creek, named after the sons of Eric Pålsson Mullica, whose sons William, Eric, Olag, and John Mullica began purchasing land here in 1704. Eventually, both communities became known as just Mullica Hill as the original name of Eric's grandfather's house in Central Finland: "Mullikkamäki" (mullikka meaning bull calf and mäki meaning hill).