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Behavioral Wellness and Recovery recommends housing at Wentworth. It is a beautiful and serene sober living facility, located in a nostalgic building in the historic district of West Chester, PA.

The staff at Wentworth provide a safe and well-structured sober living environment. The staff at Wentworth have years of experience in offering housing and recovery support to those afflicted with addiction and who are newly in recovery. Wentworth staff will provide transportation to and from the BWR facility and any community activities that occur after treatment hours.

Should you choose to reside at home, or at another sober living environment near our facility, please inform the admissions staff, so we may facilitate your admission to the recovery residence of your choice. The staff at BWR recommends a three-phase treatment strategy for our patients, will provides increasing independence and responsibility over time, as clinically appropriate.

Finally, the transition to independent living will occur when recommended by your therapist. Those who live in a well-structured recovery housing, while attending a drug and alcohol treatment program will significantly benefit from the peer and staff interactions in the recovery home. It is likely that the ability to maintain long-term sobriety is impacted by the choice to seek outside support early in recovery. For more information call us at 800-683-4457.




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