Seabrook House

Long Term Residential Program



Number of Beds: 153
Detox Available: Yes

Last Year’s Admissions:

Total Adolescent Admits: 20
Total Adult Admits: 1200
Average Length of Stay 35 days
Percent of Women 60%
Percent under 25 20%
Percent with College Education: 75%
Percent Covered by Public Assistance 0%
Receiving some form of psychiatric medication other than for detoxification: 50%

Admissions Procedures:

Night Admission Available: Yes
Weekend Admission available: Yes
Face to Face Interview or exam required before admission: No



Facility has separate program for:

  • Pregnant Women
  • Women
  • Women with Children
  • Young Adults (Ages 18-25)
  • Transitional Living Facility – Seabrook West

Facility has group sessions for:

  • Abuse/PTSD/Trauma Resolution
  • Alcohol Addiction
  • Cocaine Addiction
  • Codependency
  • Compulsive Gambling
  • Depression
  • Family
  • Grief & Loss
  • Heroin Addiction
  • Oxycodine Addiction



Self-pay Cost: $6000 per week
Public Assistance coverage may be accepted: No
Medicare Coverage accepted: No
Insurance Coverage verified before admission: Yes
Follow-up Care included at no additional charge: No



Licensed by: New Jersey Dept. of Health; Pennsylvania Dept. of Health
Type of License: Residential Addiction Treatment
Accreditation: CARF


Self Description:

“Internationally recognized, private and exclusive, alcohol and drug detoxificaiton and rehabilitation center located in two locations, Southern New Jersey and Pennsylvania.”

Treatment Philosophy:

“To restore the lives of the chemically dependent through the healing of the body, mind and spirit.”

Approach to Dual Diagnosis:

“Our treatment team consists of psychiatrist, psychologists, ASAM certified physicians capable of addressing a variety of mental disorders.”

Family Program:

“Intensive 2 day outpatient program beginning on Friday evening from 3 PM to 9 PM and continuing into Saturday from 9 AM to 3:30 PM.”

Position on 12 Step Involvement:

“We embrace the 12 Steps as the foundation of our program.”

Position on Confrontation:

“Confrontations are a way to share your reality concerning another’s behaviors to help break through denial.”

Additional Characteristics:

“Founded in 1974 by a member of Alcoholics Anonymous seeking to help families find the courage to recover.”

Contact Information:
Admissions Telephone Number: (866) 932-5985
General Information: (866) 932-5985
Address: 133 Polk Lane
Seabrook, NJ 08302