Learn about the many types of addiction treatment plans, support programs and long-term resources available to our patients.

Because each person’s struggle with substance misuse or addiction is different, The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper offers a variety of individualized drug and alcohol treatment programs to serve the unique needs of each patient. 

Our levels of care range from medical detox to aftercare programming, and each level provides evidence-based treatment delivered by a multidisciplinary team of addiction specialists. Our facility is fully equipped to treat substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health conditions that often underlie addiction.

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Types of Treatment for Addiction

We offer a full continuum of care for substance abuse treatment in order to provide each patient with a personalized treatment plan that meets their individual needs. Depending on the substance and level of addiction, rehab for drug addictions may range from an intensive inpatient stay to a more flexible outpatient program. Many clients begin with a medical detox and transition into inpatient or outpatient programs, once medically appropriate and depending on their needs.

Medical Detox

A medically supervised detox process can help you overcome the physical symptoms of drug withdrawal. Throughout this difficult first step, our priority is your safety and comfort. Our medical staff will maintain your physical safety during detox and care for you around the clock to ensure a healthy detox process. Detoxification alone can’t change the course of an addiction, so a rehab program usually follows it.

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Medication Assisted Treatment

Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is based on the theory that addictive drugs can be replaced with drugs that are chemically similar to addictive drugs but that do not produce the addiction-reinforcing “highs” associated with drugs of abuse. MAT drugs essentially trick the brain into believing that the drug it is dependent on is present, but without the highs and lows that are associated with substance abuse. 

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Inpatient Rehab

After medical detox, inpatient rehab is often the vital next step on the road to healing. Inpatient rehab, sometimes referred to as residential rehab, is an intensive program in which clients spend work with medical and clinical professionals to learn how to live life without substances. With a variety of clinical and recreational therapy options and onsite amenities, inpatient care can be a transformative piece of a full continuum of care.

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Outpatient Treatment

Outpatient care services provide non-residents the services and treatment they need to thrive outside of our facilities and throughout their personal recovery journey. At The Recovery Village at Palmer Lake, clients work with counselors to create relapse prevention strategies and find support. This can take place in personal sessions or via telemedicine — a cutting-edge method of providing clients clinical health care at a distance.

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Aftercare Programs

We’re deeply committed to your success, which is why we develop a comprehensive aftercare program that helps you successfully transition from the acute setting of our facilities and into your home. You’ll receive a comprehensive discharge plan prior to departure, including appointments with your primary care provider, psychiatrist, outpatient therapist and any other necessary aftercare services. We also assist with locating quality sober housing options and community recovery groups that can support you in early recovery and beyond.

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Dual Diagnosis Treatment

Addiction is complicated. Mental health disorders are more common than many realize; often, these issues go hand in hand with drug addiction or substance abuse. Our staff is trained to provide dual diagnosis support to those dealing with addiction and mental health concerns at the same time. This focus on co-occurring conditions is integrated into each of our programs, ensuring that our clients receive the comprehensive assistance needed to achieve their recovery goals.

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Other Treatment Programs

Partial Hospitalization Programming (PHP)

A partial hospitalization programming (PHP) often follow an inpatient program but allows for a greater degree of independence during the recovery process. Clients still receive a high level of structure and accountability throughout the program but may be able to begin transitioning back to normal life.

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Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

IOP programming continues the client’s transition toward independence while still offering dedicated medical and counseling support. This support is vital in the early days of recovery and helps clients avoid relapse while returning to daily life. 

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Teletherapy treatment is offered for those who are struggling with substance abuse and mental health issues. We’ll match you with a licensed professional who will meet with you regularly and guide you on the path to recovery.

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Addiction Therapies

Ongoing drug addiction therapy is beneficial throughout recovery. The most common type of therapy for drug addiction is cognitive behavioral therapy, which helps clients learn how to cope with negative thoughts or emotions in more positive ways, but there are many different therapies available

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Medical Disclaimer

The Recovery Village aims to improve the quality of life for people struggling with a substance use or mental health disorder with fact-based content about the nature of behavioral health conditions, treatment options and their related outcomes. We publish material that is researched, cited, edited and reviewed by licensed medical professionals. The information we provide is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. It should not be used in place of the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare provider.