Endeavor House North, Kearny, New Jersey
Kearny, NJ, 07032
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Endeavor House North Overview
Endeavor House North, located in the town of Kearny in Hudson County, New Jersey is a treatment center for individuals struggling with substance use disorder. This includes adults suffering from addiction to substances such as opioids, alcohol and other illicit drugs. The center was acquired by Pinnacle Treatment Centers in 2011 and is one of about 37 facilities which are scattered across the United States (Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, etc.). The center believes in the distinctness of recovery and has a myriad of programs—residential or inpatient—to address the particular challenges of the clients. The facility is keen on providing a full-continuum of care which is patient-centered and allows for transitional flexibility through all the necessary stages of recovery. The facility offers a team of licensed nurses, physicians, and other medical staff to its patients in order for them to receive comprehensive medical evaluation. The center understands the danger of multiple addictions and therefore has a team of medical professionals trained to treat interaction and co-occurring disorders. Additionally, the facility encourages the mode of family engagement for patients going through recovery. Essentially, family and loved ones are encouraged to participate in the patient’s recovery as their valuable insight helps the facility’s staff to better understand a patient and create individualized treatment plans. The facility also offers an inpatient program which includes medical detox, medication-assisted treatment, dietary planning, and all various forms of psychological and medical services.
Housing and Food at Endeavor House North
The facility has two main inpatient residencies in the town of Kearney, New Jersey (Endeavor House North) and the borough of Keyport, New Jersey (Endeavor house South). Endeavor House North is the bigger residency and can accommodate up to 40 individuals while the Endeavor House North can accommodate up to 20 people. Residents have bunk beds and share rooms with one another. Residents are to bring their own detergent but towels and linens are provided at the facility. The facility does not have a fitness center or gym but it does have a dining room, a kitchen in each house, and some group meeting rooms. Residents are instructed to bring non-aerosol toiletries, stationeries, and comfortable, seasonally appropriate outfits for a single week. Clothing with inappropriate logos, food, electronics, and any form of weapon is prohibited at the facility. Meals at the center are diverse with chefs working closely together with each resident and their clinician to create healthy diets that meet any dietary requirements. Clients are prohibited from bringing in outside food or drink as the facility provides healthy food options for all residents.
The facility offers various therapy options depending on the unique needs of the client. Some of these are:
- Medical detoxification
- Inpatient treatment program
The center offers a comprehensive detox program which seeks to ease the pain and intensity of discomforts during the withdrawal period. The facility also utilizes the medication-assisted treatment method. This combines behavioral therapies and innovative medications to ease participants through the withdrawal and post-detox process. Drugs such as Methadone, Suboxone, and Vivitrol are frequently used at this stage.
Inpatient Treatment Program
The inpatient program offered at Endeavor House North offers evidence-based, medically monitored therapeutic processes. Each patient is given an individual treatment plan tailored to suit their needs and forms of therapy at this level include group therapy, individual and family counseling, educational classes on substance addiction, and clinical evaluation.
The following are a list of substances treated at the facility:
- Prescription drugs
The facility offers various options of therapy which include:
- Family counseling
- Individual counseling
- Group therapy
- 12-step meetings
- Music and art therapy
Pinnacle Treatment Center costs approximately $15,000 for a 30-day treatment, although it varies as the facility has multiple locations and offer different treatment options. Coordinators or Financial Counselors are available and will work with clients to help with the development of a comfortable financial plan that is suitable for the client, collaborating with insurance companies and payers to discover the best benefits and coverage for the client. No client’s policy is the same, but most insurance companies cover treatments offered by the facility.
Medicaid mode of payment is accepted by the facility. The facility is in-network with multiple insurance providers including:
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Medical Mutual
- Beacon Health Options
- United Behavioral Health
- HealthSpan, and many more.
Private pay, Copay, and Partial payment options are available to patients with no insurance or whose insurance does not cover treatments to be made. Financial counselors help educate clients on insurance policy coverage and costs.
Licenses and Accreditations
The facility is accredited by The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities and also a member of different associations such as:
- National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers
- National Association of Psychiatric Health Systems.
Endeavour House Advantages
The facility encourages recreational activities and holistic therapies such as Yoga, Art Therapy, and Music Therapy. Nutrition education is also offered to clients during treatment as it is believed at the facility to be a crucial part of the program. The facility’s approach to treatment spans from music and art therapy to medication-assisted treatment making it a very well-rounded and comprehensive approach to mental and substance abuse treatment. Endeavour House which is now a subsidiary of Pinnacle Treatment Center is a place where all clients can fit in as it caters to patient’s individual needs.
The center, in particular, is a good option for clients looking to seek treatment from opiate addiction and have had no luck or success using popular abstinence-based treatment methods. Staffs at the facility are highly qualified and professionally certified with the proper education to help provide the best treatment possible to patients. The treatment center is a good option for clients seeking treatment around the area.
Chief Executive Officer
Joe was a victim of substance abuse addiction and in this knows how it feels and the experience of being battling substance abuse. His recovery and process it took instilled the passion and willingness to help others gain victory over the mental health and substance abuse disorder. His mission and what inspires him is helping others suffering from addiction gain complete healing, with a qualified team of treatment professionals, he is committed to the goal.
Chief Operating Officer
Brian went to Rutgers University where he earned a Bachelor’s degree and a Doctor of Jurisprudence degree from a law school (Benjamin N. Cardozo). Before joining the health care sector, he worked with White Fleischner and Fino where he was an equity partner. Having a legal background, Brian uses this experience in his position as COO. Before working at the facility he held the position of Chief Operating Officer at the Foundations Recovery Network.