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FAQs

Our recovery experts are available 24 hours a day to answer any questions you may have about our Pennsylvania drug rehab program. We’ve also listed some commonly asked questions below.

Yes. We offer medically monitored drug and alcohol detox. Our 24/7 medical team will monitor you around the clock, using evidence-based medications to ease withdrawal symptoms as clinically appropriate. We’ll make sure detox is a comfortable and safe experience. Learn more about medical detox.
Yes, most of our programming is gender-specific. We believe that separate programming and residences for men and women are critical components of an effective addiction treatment program. This approach helps you feel safe sharing difficult emotions and experiences. It also helps alleviate distractions and inhibitions that may come with a mixed-gender environment.
Yes. Our specially trained staff will simultaneously treat co-occurring mental health disorders and drug and alcohol abuse. Learn more.
Insurance may cover all or a portion of addiction treatment. The best way to get an accurate cost estimate is to call our admissions specialists for a free consultation. They will work directly with your insurance company to determine any out-of-pocket costs. 844-876-1697
Yes. We accept many out-of-network and in-network insurances. The best way to determine insurance coverage is to call us. We’ll talk to your insurance company to determine your eligibility and ensure you get the maximum coverage available to you. Call our admissions specialists for a free insurance benefits check. 844-876-1697
Treatment length depends on your individual needs. We offer varying lengths of stay and the full continuum of care.
Yes. After an initial five-day “black out” period to help you get settled into treatment and connect with the recovery community, you can make calls three times per week as clinically appropriate.
Yes. We have an onsite gym that you may use several times a week.
Yes. You may smoke in designated areas.
Yes. As clinically appropriate, men may have visitors from 1 – 3 pm on Saturdays and women may have visitors from 1 – 3 pm on Sundays. Visitation hours during our monthly family program are Sundays from 3-5 pm for both men and women.
Yes. Your primary therapist will work with you during your stay to make sure you are well-supported when you return to everyday life. This may include pre-scheduling appointments with therapists and psychiatrists, connecting you with recovery support resources in your area, and helping you transition into a sober-living residence.
Our admissions team will send you a comprehensive welcome packet that includes a packing list.
No. Our treatment facility has a primary mental health license, which means that we treat individuals with mental health disorders like anxiety, bipolar disorder, ADHD, personality disorders, depression and other mood disorders. We accept clients who only need help for mental health issues, clients who only need treatment for addiction, and clients who need help for both addiction and co-occurring mental health conditions.
Yes. We have a residential treatment program as well as an intensive outpatient/partial hospitalization program. Our outpatient program is open to people who’ve attended inpatient treatment at The Ranch Pennsylvania or elsewhere. It’s also open to individuals who don’t require a higher level of care like residential treatment.
At The Ranch Pennsylvania, you’ll live in newly built, comfortable cottages with a small group of peers in treatment. Our residences provide opportunities to develop strong connections with other people in recovery and practice recovery skills. Learn more about our setting.

Yes. You may receive and send cards, letters and packages while at The Ranch Pennsylvania drug and alcohol rehab. All items received by mail must be opened in the presence of a staff member.

Loved ones should address mail and packages as follows:

The Ranch Pennsylvania
Client First Name and Last Initial
1166 Hilts Road
Wrightsville, PA 17368

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