The Recovery Village is a nationwide addiction treatment organization dedicated to providing effective, affordable recovery services to individuals with substance use disorders or co-occurring mental health conditions. To increase access to these life-saving resources, we often partner with local health care providers throughout the country. Our latest partnership is with Cooper University Health Care, a hospital network composed of over 100 medical offices, 630 physicians, and 7,500 employees throughout the Northeast.

Together, we have built The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper — a facility that reaches our combined goals of increasing access to addiction treatment for all.

Levels of Care

Medical professionals at The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper use an intake assessment to design a treatment plan around each client’s needs. This comprehensive assessment evaluates current and past drug use, physical health and mental health to determine the best path forward to recovery. For most patients, treatment will begin with medical detox, then transition to other treatment programs as medically appropriate.

Medical Detox

During this level of care, clients work through withdrawal symptoms under the supervision of medical professionals.

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Residential Treatment

Also known as inpatient treatment, residential treatment is the most intensive level of care after medical detox, with continued monitoring while living at the facility full-time.

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Partial Care Services

Partial care service is a step down from intensive rehab like detox and inpatient care, and patients live off-site while receiving medical treatment and therapies.

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Intensive Outpatient Programming

During intensive outpatient treatment, clients usually live off-site at a facility but are dedicated to preparing for life after rehab.

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Outpatient Programming

Outpatient clients who don’t need around-the-clock care may continue their treatment part-time and live off-site in supportive home environments.

Outpatient Rehab

Aftercare Planning

Outline each client’s next steps after their treatment ends, including follow-up appointments and recommendations for nearby support groups.

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Important Notice Regarding COVID-19:

We are closely monitoring all developments associated with Coronavirus (COVID-19) and are taking proactive steps to ensure the health and safety of all patients, employees and the communities we serve. This means some off-site activities or other programming have been postponed or moved to telehealth offerings. Your cooperation during this time is greatly appreciated.

What to Expect

Knowing what to bring to rehab and what to leave behind can help ensure a positive treatment experience at The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper.

We recommend that clients bring:

  • A form of identification, along with insurance and pharmacy cards
  • One to two weeks worth of seasonally appropriate clothing, including comfortable sleepwear
  • Sealed (unopened) alcohol-free toiletries, including shampoo and conditioner, sunscreen, face wash and feminine products

Items that are not permitted at our center include:

  • Drugs or alcohol, drug-related paraphernalia and clothing depicting drugs
  • Products that contain alcohol as an ingredient, including hand sanitizer and mouthwash
  • Dental floss
  • Open toiletries
  • Weapons (including pocket knives)
  • Vaporizers (vaping devices, vapes)
  • Cameras, tablets, portable computers and devices with internet access

What Our Patients Have to Say

Paul H.
00:50 01 Mar 23
Starting my recovery at Cherry Hill turned out to be a better decision than I could have imagined at the time. The staff is top notch and the overall feel is beyond welcoming and comfortable. It was a scary move for me to finally get help. Had I only known a place like this was out there I’d have made the call so much sooner. It is early to say it but I am confident I will talk about The Recovery Village as the place that saved my life. I can only hope that my review will help someone who is in need to not be afraid and pick up the phone. Whatever your addiction may be Cherry Hill can help you turn it all around.
Danny D.
19:38 22 Feb 23
The staff was mostly fantastic. Even when I had an issue with a counselor they did everything they could to make it right. In fact they dealt with any issues I had well. I got a new counselor after and she was awesome. Saved my view of therapy and helped me as much as she could. There’s a few really good counselors at this place. One went out of his way to talk to me privately even though I wasn’t his client. That went a long way and helped me greatly. The nurses all were super helpful, and most of the bht’s and a few in particular were very helpful and just good people. They seem to hire a good amount of people in recovery and having that connection helps a lot as well. But just being a good person helps alot and most of the staff are. Tina at the front desk is amazing. One of the nicest people ever and gave me candy more times than I can count! The kitchen staff were amazing as well. They made good meals every single day 3 times a day. And the rec specialist had new ideas and fun things to do every day. Both directors were super helpful. Fallon helped with any issue presented and tried to listen to the people. But what makes this place 5 stars is the people around you. I didn’t know what to expect going in but it’s just “normal” people. All people just like me. People that understand. You form bonds that you’ll have for a longtime if you’d like. You’re with people who have also been through alot like you have. It definitely helps. The people I was with and became friends with I’ll be grateful for forever.
Dez F.
17:43 17 Feb 23
Best experience !!!! My first time in a facilty i was welcomed felt so comfortable my groups were so informative assisted me in my recovery i will contact all who was in my community for meetings and just to say hi-Adrienne Fillmyer
John B.
19:19 10 Feb 23
I had a great stay at RVCH and I’m doing great in my recovery
kevin B.
15:45 09 Feb 23
Excellent staff caring and attentive very clean facility great recreation program food and kitchen staff were great highly recommended
Karen J.
21:25 30 Jan 23
Great place to have detox and rehab. Staff wonderful. Food excellent.

What Treatment Looks Like

Although each person’s needs vary, rehab at The Recovery Village Drug and Alcohol Rehab usually follows a similar process for every client, beginning with an evaluation and ending with aftercare planning.

Intake Assessment

Upon arriving at our facility, each client participates in a comprehensive intake evaluation that assesses their mental and physical health. Our team uses the results of this assessment to create a personalized treatment plan for each client.

Medical detox

Most people will enroll in detoxification as the first step of rehab. This level of care is necessary because it rids the body of drugs and alcohol and offers 24-hour support as clients go through withdrawal.

Transition to other levels of care

Detox lays the groundwork for further residential treatment, including inpatient, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient and outpatient care. During each of these programs, clients can receive medical care and mental health counseling support, and they may participate in recreational amenities and therapy options as appropriate.


A solid aftercare plan prepares people for life after rehab and empowers them to stay strong in recovery with a variety of medical, therapeutic and social supports. Our aftercare plans usually include recommendations for local support groups, maintenance medication schedules (if necessary) and follow-up appointments with local doctors and therapists.

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Virtual Tour & Amenities

It’s important to have some downtime during a residential stay. These breaks allow clients to gather their thoughts, reflect on what they’ve learned in therapy and continue practicing strategies that enable long-term recovery. However, it’s perhaps equally important to have ways to blow off some steam, be creative and spend time with other people in recovery.

To help clients stay motivated in both mind and body, we offer a variety of amenities and activities. These include:

Fully equipped gym
Indoor basketball half-court

Outdoor volleyball court
Bocce ball & shuffleboard

Yoga room
Game room

Entertainment lounges

Each client shares a bedroom and bathroom with one other client. This is often conducive to the recovery process, as it allows roommates to share viewpoints, experiences and support. Clients receive three nutritious meals and three snacks daily, with various options to choose from for each. These are prepared by our in-house culinary staff, who also offer vegan and vegetarian meal options.

Our Staff

The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper’s highly-qualified medical teams use years of experience treating substance abuse, addiction and mental health disorders to help clients enter lifelong recovery. Each member works with the client to develop skills, tools and strategies to prepare them for life after treatment.

We are looking to fill our New Jersey team with talented clinicians.

Medical Director
Dr. Ryan Schmidt Medical Director
Director of Nursing
Joan Nicole Alloway, RN Director of Nursing
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Now Offering Online Counseling Services

Getting treatment for substance abuse and mental health issues with online rehab and counseling just got easier. The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper offers teletherapy treatment for those who are struggling from substance abuse and mental health issues.

At The Recovery Village, patient safety is our top priority. We remain open and committed to providing critical addiction treatment. We are closely monitoring all developments associated with Coronavirus (COVID-19) and are taking proactive steps to ensure the health and safety of all patients, employees and the communities we serve.

To ensure you have full access to our rehab and therapy services, know that our staff is experienced and trained in telehealth and online counseling services for mental health, addiction, and overall drug and alcohol rehab support.

We’re still here for you during the coronavirus pandemic, because we’re in this together.

Our Accreditations

All branches of The Recovery Village are accredited by either The Joint Commission or the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities. These are among the top accrediting agencies in the world. Their seal of approval indicates that we maintain a certain level of service and provide a high standard of care. We are also members of the Better Business Bureau, National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers and the U.S. Chambers of Commerce.

Our Other Drug and Alcohol Rehab Facilities

The Recovery Village operates in several locations throughout the country, with facilities in Florida, Ohio, Colorado, Washington, Maryland and New Jersey. We treat both local and out-of-state clients, as many individuals find it helpful to travel for treatment in an effort to leave stressful or triggering environments and devote themselves fully to recovery.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does alcohol or drug treatment cost?

The cost of rehab varies depending on your insurance plan, the kind of treatment you need and length of stay. Generally, inpatient treatment and other more intensive programs cost more than outpatient programs.

What rehab services are covered by insurance?

Insurance typically covers some or all of the costs of rehab treatment, but what services are covered can vary from plan to plan. Contact your insurance provider to discuss what is covered under your plan, and find specific questions to ask on our insurance page.

Can I have my cell phone in rehab?

For the safety and privacy of all patients, cell phones will be securely stored upon arrival. After a 72-hour stabilization period, phones can be signed in and out by your therapist during specified, non-clinical hours.

How long is rehab?

The inpatient rehabilitation process can last anywhere from a few days to over a year, depending on the client’s needs and their progress through recovery. More common lengths of stay include 30 days and 60 days. Outpatient treatment on its own generally lasts 90 days but can be shorter when part of a multistage treatment program.