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The Ranch Pennsylvania treatment center offers emotional nourishment and expert clinical care within a serene, private, picturesque mountainside treatment center overlooking the majestic Susquehanna River. Here, individuals suffering from addiction, primary mental health disorders and co-occurring mental health disorders experience the best of both worlds – the comforts of an upscale treatment center within rustic cottages surrounded by the natural beauty of southern Pennsylvania.  Speak Confidentially with a Ranch Recovery Advisor at 844-876-8685.

Our facility is one of the few in the area with a primary mental health license, and our clinicians have the expertise to treat addiction as well as primary and co-occurring mental health disorders like anxiety, ADHD, bipolar disorder, personality disorders, depression and other mood disorders. We offer both inpatient and outpatient treatment and our programming is designed by a distinguished team of clinicians. Through trauma-focused therapies and other innovative approaches, clients are able to loosen the hold past experiences may have on them within a safe, accepting space. Our goal is to do more than simply address a client’s present problems; we help resolve the emotional issues that can prevent them from moving beyond pain and into a healthy, fulfilling lifestyle.

With a high staff-to-client ratio, our team provides customized treatment plans integrating a diverse array of traditional, medical, adventure-based and experiential therapeutic approaches. Our contemporary, personalized form of integrated treatment encourages clients to explore life challenges and the complex factors contributing to addiction and mental health disorders, addressing trauma and underlying issues so they can heal wholly. Speak Confidentially with a Ranch Recovery Advisor at 844-876-8685.

Our stunning natural surroundings play a key role in recovery and provide a safe haven where clients can reconnect with themselves and their loved ones and build resiliency and emotional strength. Clients are immersed in a warm, accepting environment where physical, emotional and spiritual recovery begins to unfold. Our adventure-based therapies incorporate nature as a metaphor for life’s challenges as clients draw upon our healing environment to get in touch with their authentic selves.

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Our caring advisers guide clients and their loved ones through the admissions process and attend to every detail so they can focus on recovering. Call 844-876-1697 or complete the form below.

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Wrightsville, PA 17368
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