CareersWe value integrity, honesty, and a passion for helping others.Are you:
- A team player
- Passionate about recovery from addiction and mental health disorders
- Highly capable of taking on challenging tasks
If you answered yes to at least four of these questions, you might share the values and qualities we look for. We have several new staff positions including; leadership and medical roles, nursing positions, support worker positions, and financial roles.Leadership and Medical RolesAs a leading provider in New Jersey for the care of mental health disorders and substance abuse treatment, we take pride in our staff’s industry backgrounds and knowledge. Reach out today if you have relevant certifications and would like to enquire about joining our team.
NursingBecoming a Support Worker
Call (877) 331-4114 and talk to an expert to learn more about medically assisted detox, one-on-one therapy, family support, and relapse prevention programs.
Can I Keep My Job and Go to Day Treatment?
Realizing that you might need treatment for your addiction is a huge step in the right direction. However, many fear their life will change when they take that first step, including potentially losing their job. This is a valid concern; however, at Excel Treatment Center, we want you to know that you have options.
How Can I Support a Loved One Struggling With Addition?
Addiction not only affects those struggling with the addiction but also affects the friends and family around them. It can be just as challenging to support them as it is to watch them in active addiction. Learning to create a loving, supportive space without enabling can be difficult, but it is crucial to develop this space to help your loved ones through their recovery.
The Importance of Family Participation During Treatment
Addiction is a disease that affects the whole family. Family members often feel the impact of addiction in a very real way, which can lead to feelings of anger, resentment, and frustration. While these emotions are natural, they can also be detrimental to one’s treatment if left unchecked.