Pine Grove's Residential Treatment & Partial Hospitalization Programs
Pine Grove Behavioral Health & Addiction Services’ world renowned treatment programs focus on treating gender specific chemical addiction including a specialized track for co-occurring eating disorders. Additionally, Pine Grove offers a focused substance abuse healing program for adults age 55 plus. Other Pine Grove specialty programs include a dedicated professional’s treatment curriculum, and a program for patients with sexual and intimacy disorder issues.
Pine Grove's Next Step, Women's Center, Gratitude and Legacy programs include residential level addiction treatment as well as a step down partial hospitalization program for patients based on the clinical decisions of the treatment team. Our Professional Enhancement Program is a partial hospitalization program. The first step in learning more about our treatment programs is to visit each program’s link, located below. Prospective patients, their family members, and referents may also contact Pine Grove’s National Call Center for additional information. Please call 1-888-574-HOPE (4673) to speak with a member of our Call Center.
Next Step is a treatment program specifically designed to aid men regain freedom from chemical dependency, the program offers detox services and treatment for dual diagnosis, trauma, and mood disorders.
The Women’s Center is designed for adult women who struggle with chemical dependency, the program offers detox services and treatment for dual diagnosis and co-occurring eating disorders.
The Gratitude program offers treatment for sexual addiction, sexual anorexia, and relationship compulsivity in men and women. The program utilizes the 30-task model and 12-steps as its foundation.
Pine Grove's Legacy program offers drug and alcohol treatment for men and women age 55 years and older, includes detox services and specialized medical treatment.
The Professional Enhancement Program is designed to help professionals with addiction disorders, interpersonal difficulties, and vocational issues.