The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper
While the rate of overdose deaths in the U.S. is slowly decreasing overall, some states are struggling more than others. New Jersey is one of only five states where the rates of overdose deaths went up between 2017 and 2018. Of those 2018 deaths, nearly 90% involved opioids.
Seeing a clear need, The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper plans to open its doors in the summer of 2020 to help people in New Jersey and across the Northeast recover from addiction and lead healthier, safer lives.
Our State of the Art Treatment Center
To better combat an epidemic affecting entire communities, treatment for addiction must be personalized for the individual. The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper’s cutting-edge, 55,000 square foot facility plans to offer a full continuum of care to address a patient’s substance abuse and co-occurring mental health conditions. The center will offer personalized, evidence-based treatment to residents of New Jersey and surrounding states.
The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper
761 Cuthbert Boulevard
Cherry Hill, NJ 08002
Levels of Care
Medical professionals at The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper use an intake assessment to design a treatment plan around each client’s needs. This comprehensive assessment evaluates current and past drug use, physical health and mental health to determine the best path forward to recovery. For most patients, treatment will begin with medical detox, then transition to other treatment programs as medically appropriate.
Below is a list of our planned levels of care to be offered at the facility when it opens in the summer of 2020…
In the vital first stage, medical teams support clients around-the-clock as drugs and alcohol leave their bodies, preparing them for…Learn More
After detox, inpatient treatment involves living at the facility under supervision with intensive medical care, therapies and structured activities.Learn More
Partial Hospitalization Programming
Clients undergoing partial hospitalization programming also live off-site and receive medical treatment and therapies, but the program is less intensive…Learn More
Intensive Outpatient Programming
As clients grow in their recovery skills, they may step down to intensive outpatient programming, combining therapeutic support with greater…Learn More
Outpatient clients who don’t need around-the-clock care may continue their treatment part-time and live off-site in supportive home environments.Learn More
Aftercare planning is essential to lifelong recovery after treatment. The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper helps clients assess barriers…Learn More
Paying for Rehab
Treating an addiction is an investment towards a healthier, more fulfilling lifestyle. In many cases, insurance can help offset the cost of treatment. The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper accepts insurance from most private insurance providers, but not Medicaid or Medicare policies. Learn more about paying for rehab.
The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper’s highly-qualified medical teams use years of experience treating substance abuse, addiction and mental health disorders to help clients enter lifelong recovery. Each member works with the client to develop skills, tools and strategies to prepare them for life after treatment.
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Outside of The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper’s comfortable accommodations, the facility offers an array of therapeutic activities to promote holistic health. Clients can access amenities as is medically appropriate for their level of care and progress in treatment.
- Amenities at our facility include:
- Fully-equipped fitness facility
- Indoor basketball half-court
- Outdoor volleyball court
- Yoga room
- Game room
- Entertainment lounges
- Bocce ball & shuffleboard
What To Expect
Treatment at The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper provides a supportive, safe setting for recovery free from the triggers and distractions of your regular environment. Learning what to expect during rehab can help clients prepare for a successful stay.
What to Bring
We recommend packing:
- Two-weeks worth of seasonally appropriate clothing
- Comfortable sleepwear
- A toothbrush and an unopened toothpaste
- Unopened (sealed) alcohol-free toiletries, including shampoo and conditioner, sunscreen,
- face wash, lotion and feminine products
What not to Bring
The following items are not permitted at our facility to ensure each client’s safety:
- Drugs or alcohol
- Drug or alcohol paraphernalia
- Weapons (including pocket knives)
- Products with alcohol listed in the first three ingredients (mouthwash, hand sanitizer, conditioner, etc.)
- Computers and tablets
- Cameras or handheld video or tape recorders
- Electronic devices with internet access, including e-readers and smartwatches
- Vaporizers (vaping devices, vapes)
- Dental floss (dental floss will be provided)
- Opened toiletry products
- Clothing depicting drugs, drug-related paraphernalia or explicit images or language
Learn more about packing lists and what to expect coming to rehab.
Frequently Asked Questions
- How much does alcohol or drug treatment cost?
The cost of rehab varies depending on your insurance plan, the kind of treatment you need and length of stay. Generally, inpatient treatment and other more intensive programs cost more than outpatient programs.
- What rehab services are covered by insurance?
Insurance typically covers some or all of the costs of rehab treatment, but what services are covered can vary from plan to plan. Contact your insurance provider to discuss what is covered under your plan, and find specific questions to ask on our insurance page.
- Can I have my cell phone in rehab?
For the safety and privacy of all patients, cell phones will be securely stored upon arrival. After a 72-hour stabilization period, phones can be signed in and out by your therapist during specified, non-clinical hours.
- How long is rehab?
The inpatient rehabilitation process can last anywhere from a few days to over a year, depending on the client’s needs and their progress through recovery. More common lengths of stay include 30 days and 60 days. Outpatient treatment on its own generally lasts 90 days but can be shorter when part of a multistage treatment program.
Local Continuing Education Events
In response to the spread of COVID-19, Continuing Education events will be presented virtually.
National Center for Health Statistics. “Drug Overdose Deaths in the United States, 1999–2018.” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, January 30, 2020. Accessed May 4, 2020.
National Institute on Drug Abuse. “New Jersey: Opioid-Involved Deaths and Related Harms.” April 2020. Accessed May 4, 2020.