White Deer Run Williamsport

901 Westminster Drive
Williamsport, PA 17701

Williamsport, Pennsylvania
570-321-6127

About White Deer Run Williamsport

The White Deer Run Williamsport, PA center is a dual-diagnosis substance abuse rehab center for adults and adolescents. With programs that span from detox to residential and outpatient services, the center is comprehensive in its approach to substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders. Patients have access to partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs, ensuring continuity of care tailored to individual recovery needs.

At White Deer Run, a patient's journey is supported by a multidisciplinary team that crafts discharge plans, facilitating a smooth transition at every phase of treatment. Therapeutic modalities at the center include individual, group, and family therapy, supplemented by experiential therapies and medication management. The center also incorporates supervised offsite activities into the healing process, providing a strong framework for sustained sobriety and mental health management.

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Meditation Room

Yoga and meditation are great activities to support your recovery process during alcohol or drug rehab. These ...therapies have been around for centuries, and they are an effective way to improve well-being. Combining addiction treatment, yoga, and meditation can reduce cravings, improve sleep, relieve anxiety and depression, provide stress relief, promote relaxation, support emotional healing, and improve energy levels.
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Mountain Views

Rehabs that offer mountain views provide beautiful spaces for clients to explore, de-stress, and take part in ...outdoor or wilderness therapy programs. The mountain surroundings can be a great help to the recovery process, as sobriety may be better achieved while surrounded by a serene setting in nature.
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Music Room

Music can be extremely therapeutic, serving as a valuable healing tool and an integrative feature of a holisti...c treatment plan. A music room offers a large number of outlets, including singing, playing musical instruments, and listening to music.
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Private Rehab

Private drug rehab provides a comfortable, secure environment that allows you to focus on doing the work to ge...t your life back on track. Benefits include a higher staff-to-client ratio, increased one-on-one time with therapists and healthcare providers, private rooms for clients, and customized forms of therapy.
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Private Transportation

Transportation services are designed to ensure your addiction treatment begins and ends successfully by offeri...ng free transportation to the rehab facility, to and from your appointments during rehab, and back home upon program completion.
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Residential Setting

Residential drug rehab provides the comforts of home with the therapeutic support needed to successfully recov...er. Benefits of an inpatient program include increased safety, a higher success rate, and the time and distance given to focus on recovery. Residential drug rehabs are often the preferred method of treatment, as they can be tailored to meet specific needs, offer focused therapeutic care, and provide the necessary tools to sustain recovery.
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Yoga Studio

Treatment centers with a yoga studio offer a special form of holistic therapy during the recovery process. Yog...a boosts mindfulness, a sense of calm, and healthy reflection during drug rehab via breathing exercises, stretching, and a progression of specific postures.
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Addiction Treatment Programs

Adult Program Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Drug Rehab Fitness Therapy Men's Rehab Rational Behavior Therapy (RBT) Women's Rehab Teen & Adolescent Program

Adult Program

The Keystone State offers many resources for those struggling with substance use disorders. Each adult program in Pennsylvania provides individualized care, to meet people where they are and help them take the next step on their recovery journey.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive behavioral therapy in Pennsylvania helps participants identify inaccurate thinking and learned patterns of negative behavior and how to change them. It gives participants the skills to relieve their symptoms without turning to substances.

Drug Rehab

Drug rehab in Pennsylvania is devoted to the treatment of addiction. Levels of care, treatment methods, and settings differ, but the aim of each program is to end drug dependency and empower participants to achieve long-term recovery.

Fitness Therapy

Fitness therapy is an evidence-based complementary approach to addiction recovery and mental health care. Based on mounting scientific evidence of the benefits of physical activity in improving mood, enhancing clients’ sense of wellbeing, and decreasing depression and anxiety, fitness therapy encompasses a wide spectrum of intensities, from gentle yoga, qigong, and tai chi to weight training, kickboxing, and other highly physical activities.

Men's Rehab

Men’s rehab in Pennsylvania can help men receive support from other men who understand their challenges. This provides a sense of camaraderie that relieves feelings of isolation.

Rational Behavior Therapy (RBT)

Rational emotive behavioral therapy in Pennsylvania focuses on the present and the relationship between dysfunctional thinking and emotional and behavioral dysfunction. This treatment can uncover faulty beliefs and help you understand what is contributing to your addiction.

Women's Rehab

Women’s rehab in Pennsylvania helps females struggling with substance use disorders build the skills necessary to maintain sobriety. Treatment is designed to help women stay on track for long-term recovery.

Teen & Adolescent Program

A young adult program in Pennsylvania provides a comfortable, age-appropriate environment for treatment. These programs offer life skills education, individualized treatment, family therapy, and aftercare.

Levels of Care

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Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

Partial hospitalization programs (PHPs) in Pennsylvania typically provide addiction treatment five days a week... for several hours each day. During sessions, staff emphasize the importance of maintaining sobriety and complying with your individual recovery program.
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Accreditations

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Insurance

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Financial Aid: If you need help with paying for alcohol and drug rehab in Pennsylvania, financial aid may be a... good solution. Financial assistance options include grants, scholarships, non-profit programs, personal funding, and health insurance programs to help you manage the expense of substance abuse treatment.
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If need help paying for alcohol and drug rehab in Pennsylvania, you may be eligible for Medicaid. Coverage thr...ough Medicaid may vary, but it can assist with the cost of alcohol and drug rehab, including detox, inpatient rehab, and more.
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Your private insurance may cover the cost of alcohol and drug rehab in Pennsylvania. The amount covered may de...pend on your policy and whether the treatment center is in-network or out-of-network. You may be left with some costs like a co-payment, or co-insurance. Check with your insurer for more information.
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You have the choice to pay for your alcohol and drug rehab in Pennsylvania out-of-pocket, also called as self-...pay or private pay. This way, there are no restrictions placed on your access to treatment, courtesy of insurance companies. Payment methods include checks, personal loans, medical loans, credit cards, and many others.
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901 Westminster Drive
Williamsport, PA 17701

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