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Cherry Hill, NJ Detox Blog

Cherry Hill Detox Blog is from Sunrise Detox Cherry Hill, a medical detox center dedicated to the treatment of drug and alcohol addiction, and the co-ocurring disorders commonly associated with substance abuse.

Drug Take-Back Day is Saturday, April 29th

Sunrise Detox encourages you to take advantage of Drug Take Back Day, to properly dispose of unused and unneeded prescription medications at drop-off locations throughout the Cherry Hill region.

Disposing of old or unused medications is a great way to help to prevent abuse in your community, and Drug Take Back Day comes just once per year!

HARP Heroin Treatment Program in NJ

A new program called HARP in South Jersey aims to move heroin addicts into treatment, free of the risk of prosecution for illegal possession and other charges.

It used to be heroin possession was a felony, that would get you arrested. Now, a new program called HAARP aims to move heroin addicts reporting to police stations into treatment instead of jail.

Have you Seen the Open House Photo Gallery?

The Open House photo gallery is online for viewing.

Our Open House Photo Gallery is online for viewing, and includes some wonderful photos of Philadelphia and New Jersey treatment industry professionals.

Job Fair Orlando, Florida: Nov. 30th - Dec. 3rd

Now hiring into over 30 jobs in the new Orlando, FL substance abuse treatment center (detox center).

Hiring agencies and managers will be on hand, along with representatives for Sunrise Detox and the new state-of-the-art substance abuse treatment facility opening this coming spring at 2431 West Sand Lake Road, in Orlando, Florida.

New Jersey Heroin Deaths - Latest Data (2014)

Heroin addiction is hitting all counties in New Jersey, as these new data reveal. Sunrise Detox has 3 full-service medical detox centers in New Jersey, offering state of the art, comfortable medical detox from drugs and alcohol.

The latest data from the NJ Medical Examiner's office show all New Jersey counties suffering under heroin addiction. We have created a visual chart of the impact, showing lives lost to heroin in 2014 on a per-county basis.