Select Page

THE TREATMENT PROGRAMS AT BWR

RESIDENTIAL • OUTPATIENT • CASE MGMT • AFTERCARE • FAMILY THERAPY – (and more)

.
Treatment Programs at Behavioral Wellness & RecoveryYour drug(s) of choice, the severity of your substance use and its consequences, and your co-occurring medical and psychiatric illnesses will guide the treatment facility in determining the best level of care for you. Most patients will begin drug and alcohol rehab at a more intensive level of care and then, as improvement is seen, a gradual step-down process will be initiated. The treatment team at Behavioral Wellness and Recovery considers the entire patient history, including the substance abuse assessment, psychosocial evaluation, medical history and examination, and the psychiatric assessment in determining the appropriate level of care placement for each patient. In additional, collateral information is oftentimes collected from family members, friends, and previous care providers. This information is collected to improve the chance of long-term success, and is not meant to be punitive or intimidating. We will not share any of your information with others, unless you have specifically consented for us to do so.

Several well-defined levels of care exist for providing treatment to substance abuse patients and include:


Inpatient and Residential Treatment (IP/RES)


Treatment at the inpatient drug rehab level of care typically requires that the patient suffer from a significant, or life-threatening medical or psychiatric disorder that cannot be safely treated at a lower level of care; whereas, residential drug and alcohol rehab is suitable for those who need 24-hour support from staff, but do not suffer from unstable medical or psychiatric disorders. Inpatient drug addiction and alcoholism treatment is typically short-term and stabilizes the patient for a stepdown to a lower level of care, such as a residential program, or BWR’s PHP program. Typically, the treatment will focus on drug or alcohol detox, or unstable medical and psychiatric disorders that require frequent medical monitoring and adjustment of medications.


Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)


A strong PHP program will include treatment for substance abuse, as well as incorporate treatment for dual diagnosis disorders, medical illnesses, and social problems. An advantage to being treated at the partial hospitalization program level of care is that it allows the patient to receive treatment, while also being exposed to the community. This fosters a connection with the community, which will be extremely important in developing long-term sobriety. In addition, triggers in the environment that the patient experiences while attending a substance abuse partial hospital program will be processed in a safe and healthy environment. Some programs, such as Behavioral Wellness and Recovery, work with local sober housing in Pennsylvania to allow patients to reside in a safe environment, while attending intensive drug and alcohol rehab.


Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)


IOP may be recommended as a stepdown level of care from an inpatient or residential, or a PHP setting. Oftentimes, IOP is a treatment option for those returning to work, to their loved ones, and to home. In an intensive outpatient program, the staff will build upon the coping skills and life strategies that have already been developed. Patients also can live in recovery housing, like those in PHP, while attending an IOP. Once a patient has stabilized and is making appropriate clinical progress, Behavioral Health and Wellness may recommend a stepdown to IOP from higher levels of care.


Outpatient Treatment (OP)


Outpatient treatment is recommended for those who have not used substances for a period and are in the process of recovering from a drug addiction and alcoholism. Outpatient treatment includes visits for psychiatric and medical illnesses, and group, individual, and family counseling. The outpatient team will help the patient identify their latest problems as they arise and develop a solution. This can effectively prevent a relapse to drug and alcohol abuse and emotional instability, if utilized appropriately.


Case Management (CM)


Behavioral Wellness and Recovery offers an intensive case management program which assists patients in the formulation and implementation of a comprehensive drug addiction and alcoholism treatment program and a relapse prevention program. The case management team will ensure that all the recommended areas and modalities of treatment are integrated. For example, psychiatric, medical, social, employment and housing problems will be addressed as part of the plan, to ensure a powerful treatment episode, and to prevent the need for retreatment at a residential level of care.


Aftercare (AC)


Aftercare encompasses some type of outpatient drug and alcohol treatment, along with employment, financial, relationship, and legal guidance. Medical and psychiatric needs will also be addressed. Rest assured, for those who are have a dual-diagnosis disorder, an appropriate aftercare plan will be developed to address this need. It is typically long-term and as areas of improvement are achieved, the intensity of the aftercare program will diminish. Behavioral Wellness and Recovery also recommends participation in community support groups, such as those for mental health disorders, drug and alcohol addiction, and any other supportive group, such as church or other organized activities. A relapse to drug and alcohol abuse is more easily prevented or treated, when one is attending an appropriate aftercare program.


 

BEHAVIORAL WELLNESS & RECOVERY
704 West Nields St., West Chester, PA 19382 | (800) 683-4457
Serving Philadelphia, PA, Lancaster, PA and Wilmington, DE

Our Treatment ProgramsOur Mission & VisionOur Admission ProcessOur Family Therapy ProgramHealth Insurance Verification FormContact Us 24/7

 

24/7 HELP HOTLINE

800-683-4457

Joint Commission Gold Standard of Excellence for Health Organizations
Most PPO Insurance Plans Accepted
"We developed BWR with one purpose – to provide excellent care and support to the patients and family members we serve and to be proud to be the type of facility to which we would comfortably refer our own spouses, children, and loves ones for drug addiction, alcoholism, and dual diagnosis disorders."

UPCOMING EVENTS

UPCOMING EVENTS

BWR Open House
10/5/17

BWR PROUDLY SUPPORTS

National Institute on Drug Abuse Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers National Association of Addiction Professionals BWR Addiction Treatment Reviews

 

CONFIDENTIAL CONTACT FORM