Victory Bay Recovery has made headlines on a national and local level. Read our recent press release articles and learn how our New Jersey rehabilitation center offers high-quality outpatient substance abuse treatment. Our Intensive Outpatient, & Outpatient Substance Abuse and Co-occurring Disorder Treatment provides care to the broadest spectrum of clients. You’ll also see how our team advocates at the highest level for the care and recovery of those who need it most.

Having Victory Bay in the news helps us spread awareness of our high-quality care. More importantly, however, each article represents an opportunity to change the conversation surrounding addiction treatment. With press release articles and other features, we can seek addicts who need our help. In this manner, we continue our commitment to erase the stigmas around addiction and getting help. Creating local, state, and national movement on this issue can save lives across the country. All of us dedicate our all to the Victory Bay Recovery mission.

If you or someone you know is in need of addiction treatment then do not ignore this serious situation. Call 855.259.1624 today for more information!

Recent Victory Bay in the News and Press Releases Articles

White House Opioid Addiction Roundtable

White House Opioid Addiction Roundtable

Trump listened intently as Vanessa Vitolo and AJ Solomon, two recovering addicts from New Jersey, described their harrowing battles with substance abuse. Both became hooked on prescription pain killers, and quickly transitioned to heroin...

Victory Bay Ribbon Cutting

Victory Bay Ribbon Cutting

When Gov. Chris Christie asked what he could say about Haddonfield native A.J. Solomon’s addiction and journey toward recovery in his State of the State address in January, Solomon gave his former boss carte blanche...

Not An Uncommon Story – Governor Christie State of the State

Not An Uncommon Story – Governor Christie State of the State

A.J. Solomon, while proud of his journey to sobriety and his plans for opening an addiction treatment facility, still feels “almost guilty” about being mentioned in Gov. Chris Christie’s final State of the State address last week...