Our clinically managed residential program (Level 3.5) for substance use disorders offers round-the-clock support in a safe and structured environment to assist individuals in starting or continuing their journey toward recovery.

In our Level 3.5 program, patients receive intensive treatment within our secure and remote facilities in Pennsylvania. These facility environments ensure a supportive and conducive approach to recovery.

Transitioning from active addiction to a stable, recovery-oriented lifestyle requires learning new skills. Our residential setting provides the necessary structure, supervision, and support for individuals to develop these skills effectively.

We understand that everyone’s journey to recovery is unique, and we are here to provide the tailored support and resources needed for each individual to succeed.

7 Signs That a Residential Program Would Be a Good Option

Here are seven signs that you or your loved one might need to go to a residential treatment center:

1. They Can’t Take Care of Themselves Anymore

This could mean they’re not using healthy ways to deal with problems, not meeting their daily needs, or doing things that are risky or harmful.

2. They’re Using Drugs or Alcohol in a Way That’s Becoming a Problem

This could be a new issue or a relapse. Substance abuse is serious and needs professional help, like other long-term health conditions.

3. They’re Not Being Honest With You or Avoiding Appointments and Calls

This, along with other worrying behaviors, might show they’re struggling and making risky choices without the support they need.

4. You Feel Like You Don’t Know How to Help Them Anymore

If the issues they’re bringing up are beyond your expertise or abilities, it might be best to suggest they get professional help.

5. They Admit That Their Relationships with Family and Friends Are Falling Apart

This could mean their behavior is causing problems for others, and they might need a new support system to keep them safe.

6. Their Assessment Results Show They’re at Risk

It’s important not to ignore any red flags that come up during assessments.

7. Their Needs Are Beyond You

If your loved one seems distressed and you feel like they need more support than you can provide a residential treatment center might be a better option.

Start the Conversation About Treatment

Starting a conversation about going to a treatment center can be scary, but it’s important to be honest and supportive. You could begin by expressing your concerns and offering to help them find the right place for treatment.

For more information, call us today at 844.442.8673 or use our convenient online contact form.

faculty director at residential substance use disorder program

Michaelle Stephenson, MA CAADC
Facility Director