Center Category: Rehab Centers
Established in 1982 and located in the beautiful Brandywine River Valley in Pennsylvania, Bowling Green Brandywine provides treatment for chemical dependency.
Bowling Green is a part of CRC Health conglomerate and offers detoxification, rehabilitation, as well as dual diagnosis support for adults aged 18 and above. Bowling Green also offers a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) for its male clients.
The facilities include a hotel, a refurbished barn, and a mansion. The residents are gender-segregated, with male residents staying in the hotel, and females in the mansion. Detox clients stay in the refurbished barn.
The rooms are shared between three residents. Each room is furnished with a dresser, lamp, desk, closet, and a twin bed. It also has an ensuite bathroom. While each residence has a television room, residents watch it rarely as the focus is mainly on treatment.
Residents are served meals prepared by contracted caterers. Along with traditional breakfast, residents are also served sausages, toast, and eggs. Menu for lunch varies. The facility also provides a salad bar for the residents. Should the resident crave for a mid-day snack, they can get it from the cafeteria.
Residents are served caffeinated coffee during breakfast, but it is decaf for the rest of the day. While residents can use sugar packets and sweeteners, the use of soda, gum, and candy is prohibited.
Detox is the first step at Bowling Green Brandywine. Detox lasts for nearly five days. The residential program lasts for 28 days and is based on 12 steps. During this program, residents participate in small-group sessions and daily individual sessions.
Each resident is assigned a counselor to make sure that the caseload is manageable. Bowling Green Brandywine also offers PTSD support to its residents.
On a typical day, residents get up at 6:30 am and are served breakfast at 7:30 am. Rooms are inspected at 8:30 am, followed by patient orientation and community meetings till 11:30 am. Following the sessions, residents take a 45-minute lunch break, with lunch being served at 11:45 am.
Residents attend group meetings from 12:30 pm to 4:30 pm. Dinner break is also for 45 minutes and starts from 4:45 pm. Following dinner, residents participate in several group meetings. Lights are out at 11:00 pm.
Bowling Green Brandywine also offers an outpatient program. The clients of this program attend meeting anywhere from five days to an entire week. The timings for the outpatient session is from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. Bowling Green also offers an opiate program that addresses withdrawal symptoms and various issues related to narcotic and opiate addiction.
The treatment team at Bowling Green Brandywine is extensive, with roughly 100 staff members. The group includes highly-credentialed doctors, counselors, nurses, and techs.
Besides the primary treatment program, residents can also choose alternative therapies such as acupuncture, yoga, meditation, and Reiki. Residents can also enjoy on-site recreational activities such as basketball, volleyball, kickball, football, and horseshoes. Residents are also encouraged to use the on-site fitness room.
Bowling Green Brandywine does not allow off-site outings, but residents can enjoy a movie night on Saturdays and play board games. Special event gatherings and holiday parties are also encouraged.
The center also offers a family program, provided the counselor and the resident deems it beneficial. The family members have to meet the loved ones and the counselor to determine their eligibility. Once approved, they can visit at a day and time suggested by the counselor.
Approximately $13,000 (28-31 days).
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