Center Category: Rehab Centers
One of the several rehabilitation facilities run by the CRC Health Group and White Deer Run network, Cove Forge Behavioral Health System, was founded in 1981.
White Deer Run operates 15+ rehabs (inpatient and outpatient) and Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP) across Pennsylvania. The treatment philosophy of the group is providing life-changing high-quality treatment to adolescents and adults in a comfortable and sober environment.
Cove Forge Behavioral Health System is nestled among the mountains and woods of Williamsburg, PA. The campus is set in 75 acres. Juanita River runs alongside the campus. The campus setting is rustic, and wildlife like deer can be seen on Cove Forge grounds. The campus boasts of a gym, library, and a ROPES course.
About 175 clients can be housed at Cove Forge at a time. Clients are gender-segregated, and stay at different locations on the campus and do not interact during their stay at the campus, not even during meals. Each room is shared with two to three other residents.
While the center provides free laundry service, residents are required to get a week’s worth of clothing. Linens are changed every day. Towels are provided, but toiletries have to be brought. Residents can enjoy a smoke on the campus.
Food is prepared from menus, which is changed every month. Residents can enjoy a buffet-style breakfast consisting of sausage, bagels, eggs, and cereal. Lunch might include cheeseburgers with fries and chocolate muffins. Dinner might contain mashed potatoes and pork roast, and more dessert.
Residents can enjoy salad bars during lunch as well as dinner. Milk, juice, water, soda, and tea are available throughout the day. The campus also has vending machines.
The average stay at this treatment facility is anywhere from 15 days to nearly a month. Cove Forge offers detox and addiction treatment for alcohol and opiates. The resident’s specific needs are kept in mind when determining the length of stay as well as the aftercare plans. Cove Forge also offers dual diagnosis support to necessary clients.
The treatment philosophy of Cove Forge is a mix of therapy, 12-step modalities, and medication. While a majority of the therapy is conducted in groups, the center does offer once-weekly individual counseling. Additional counseling sessions are held after the counselor’s approval.
Days at Cove Forge are highly packed and follow a regimented schedule. Clients wake up by 5:30 am. They take medications and breakfast is at 6:30 am. After breakfast, the residents engage in exercise at the on-site gym. This is followed by group counseling. Lunch is offered at 11:00 am.
After lunch, residents either attend stress management seminars, 12-step meetings, or lectures, and physical activities. Dinner is served at 4:15 pm. After dinner, residents participate in 12-step meetings, a Gratitude Celebration or a Bible study.
Meds are provided after this. Residents enjoy a round of snacks at 9:00 pm. This is followed by reflection and fellowship. Lights are out by 11:00 pm.
Residents can entertain visitors on Sunday afternoons between 1:30 to 4:30 pm. Each visitor has to be approved by the treatment team before they can visit their loved ones. All visitors have to attend the family program.
Staff at Cove Forge comprises a full-time medical director, a psychiatrist, physician, physician assistants, nurses, who are available 24/7. The staff-to-client ratio is 1:8.
As mentioned, Cove Forge does offer its residents a ROPES course. Other extracurricular activities include volleyball, basketball, Frisbee, softball, golf, and free weights. It also provides woodworking, art & craft, and drawing groups.
Additionally, Cove Forge has a Music Performance Group, which also includes a drum circle. Residents can collaborate with staff for writing, performing, and/or even recording music.
Approximately $14,000 (30 days).
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