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Mission and Values

To provide effective, innovative treatment for individuals suffering from substance abuse and mental health disorders within a safe, transformational setting that helps clients reconnect with themselves. Speak Confidentially with a Ranch Recovery Advisor at 844-876-8685.


Our values are at the core of everything we do. They guide our treatment approach, interactions and actions, as well as our day-to-day and long-term goals.


We uphold the highest ethical values and principles in our treatment practices.


We apply the most advanced insights and approaches from psychology and medicine in order to transform the lives of our clients and their families.


We treat our clients and their families, our employees, our partners in the community and our environment with respect and dignity.


Our treatment approach values the uniqueness of each individual, focusing on what works for their specific beliefs, issues, background and preferences rather than fitting them into a generic treatment model.


We believe that each moment provides a unique opportunity for change, and this is fueled by patience and persistence.

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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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