Luxury Extended Care Addiction Rehab for Women
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Located in southern New Jersey, in rural Cumberland County, Bridgeton, NJ, the Seabrook House Changes4Women program provides a long term rehab opportunity for up to 37 female residents recovering from alcoholism, chemical dependency and co-occurring disorders. The facility is located on the Seabrook House main campus and consist of an 8,000 sq.ft. mansion, a 6,000 sq.ft residence hall (East Hall), two residence cottages and a Wellness Center located in the 42,000 sq.ft Recovery Center.
Long Term Rehab For Women
The Changes4Women program is designed for chronic relapsers, licensed professionals, executives and those with a history of multiple treatments. It is an excellent opportunity for women in treatment first time and who want to address the addiction head on to reduce the risk of relapse.
The program provides a minimum 90 day long term rehab program for women in early recovery, however, a 6 – 12 month length of stay is recommended. Length of stay is determined by each resident’s individual progress. The facility features both private and semi-private accommodations in the newly renovated East Hall, as well as two separate cottages. The program is designed to immerse each woman into a 12 step way of life, while providing the basic rehab support of counseling, housing, and recreation.
The program offers group therapy, individual therapy, EMDR, Equine therapy, Yoga, meditation, massage, music therapy and an outdoor adventure based “ropes” course.
In addition, a 4,000 sq.ft state of the art wellness center provides a separate cardio room with cable TV, weight room, meditation room, and a game room with a lounge, our program also provides a certified personal trainer and nutritional counseling. Residents have internet and WiFi access and may bring cell phones, and portable music players. All meals are prepared by a premier chef, and served in a private dining room.
The Changes4Women program allows for outside activities to introduce the idea of sober fun. The campus is situated in close proximity to Philadelphia and Cape May, New Jersey. The facility is located near beautiful state parks and beaches for the residents to visit. The women attend other off campus events like the ballet, kayaking trips, theater, dinners out, movie nights and pottery classes.
The women also attend outside lectures on self help and recovery. They also participate in both on and off campus 12 step meetings. The residents are permitted to visit healthcare providers in the area, and the Changes4Women program also allows for grocery and personal shopping opportunities.
Changes4Women residents understand the importance of service and giving back. They participate in biweekly community service projects.
Extended Care Drug and Alcohol Rehab for Women
The program provides a minimum 90 day rehab, 3 phase step-down for independent living and immersion into a 12 step recovery process. During free time, residents establish a sober support system in the community by attending local self help meetings. Referrals may come directly from Seabrook House’s 5 week primary rehab program or any other addiction treatment facility throughout the United States.
Health insurance does not cover this program which provides access to medical services and medications. All medial and psychiatric services are not included and are the responsibility of each resident to pay for out of pocket. Prescription medications are also not included and are the responsibility of each resident.
Fee: $27,500 for 90 days.*
* Subject to change
Addiction Treatment Services Family Program
Family visitation and participation is encouraged. Seabrook House offers a Family Education Program at the main campus beginning Friday night and ending Saturday afternoon. Visitation is on Saturday only and must be pre-approved by the staff for anyone to visit our 90 day rehab for women.
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