The most effective forms of addiction treatment address the person as a whole. Substance use can be caused by a variety of factors, including untreated mental health issues. Instead of focusing solely on treating a substance use disorder, our approach involves treating both addiction and its underlying causes.
No two people are the same. Each person with an addiction has a unique set of needs and challenges to overcome. We offer a full continuum of care with varying levels of intensity, and each client’s treatment plan is tailored to give them the best possible chance at lifelong recovery.
Many clients begin the recovery process at a rehab facility, gradually transitioning to less intensive levels of care throughout their treatment. While in treatment, clients participate in therapy programs that help develop new ways of thinking and strategies for long-term sobriety.
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Levels of Care
After arriving at our facility, clients will go through an intake assessment. This assessment helps our multidisciplinary team form a treatment plan that addresses the client’s addiction and underlying mental health condition. Though many clients begin the process with medical detox, some with less severe addictions may start in a less intensive level of care.
Typically the first step in treatment, a medical detox allows drugs or alcohol to naturally leave the body. The process…Learn More
Inpatient (Residential) Treatment
After detox, clients will move into the inpatient treatment setting. An inpatient stay may last anywhere from one to three…Learn More
Partial Hospitalization (PHP)
Partial hospitalization programs are a step between inpatient and outpatient care. Clients in PHPs have more independence than those in…Learn More
Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
Intensive outpatient programs are another step down from partial hospitalization. Those who transition to IOP can move out of the…Learn More
Clients who step down to outpatient treatment live outside the facility in a supportive environment, traveling to the facility a…Learn More
Aftercare programming provides tools to achieve lifelong recovery, including resources for support groups, relapse prevention plans and other recovery services.…Learn More
Clients at our facility will participate in various forms of individual and group therapy that help address the root of the addiction. Our therapists hold one-on-one sessions with clients, as well as lead peer groups that focus on improving recovery skills. Typical types of therapy include the following.
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
CBT is a common form of therapy used to help treat substance use disorders. It works by teaching clients to recognize destructive thoughts and behaviors and develop new ways of thinking to overcome them. The process of CBT allows people to better understand their motivations, gain self-confidence and learn to cope with stressful situations in healthier ways.
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
DBT is all about helping clients learn to accept themselves. Though this form of therapy is similar to CBT, DBT focuses more on creating mindfulness and acceptance by understanding negative thoughts, feelings and behaviors. This awareness helps clients communicate with others, as well as manage conflicts and emotionally stressful situations.
- Family Support and Therapy
Family therapy helps clients resolve issues with friends, family members and loved ones. It promotes healing and teaches all involved how to communicate effectively with one another. The overarching goal of family therapy is to treat the family as a whole, which helps improve the family dynamic and strained relationships. It also helps family members provide helpful, non-enabling support to a member who struggles with addiction.
- Recreational and Holistic Therapies
Participating in recreational and holistic therapy activities can help improve mental well-being throughout the treatment process. Yoga, music and art therapy are popular forms of holistic therapy that provide a fulfilling outlet for clients. These types of therapy also help clients interact with others and form beneficial social bonds with peers.
Clinical Staff and Leadership Team
Matt Mantone brings more than 15 years of leadership experience to his role as Executive Director of The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper. While overseeing multiple substance abuse treatment facilities, he served on the New Jersey Opiate Task Force to improve access and availability of treatment and MAT services throughout the state. With a bachelor’s in social work from Rutgers University and a master’s in social work from Fordham University, Matt promotes empathy and compassion for his patients and staff with his servant leadership style.