With effective treatment and personalized care in an intimate private setting, Caron’s Grand View Program is designed with you in mind.
The first-class standards of the program are evident in every component of your treatment and the facilities in which that treatment takes place. From effective care and complementary therapies to the retreat-like setting and comfortable living quarters with private rooms and bathrooms, every detail is dedicated to your recovery and comfort. Throughout your stay, you will be in treatment with others who share a similar professional and/or social sphere and background in a setting that mirrors your lifestyle.
Caron’s Grand View Program recognizes that staying connected to professional and personal affairs is an important part of who you are. The staff provides a safe space that allows you to balance those demands, while focusing on your treatment and building a foundation for long-term recovery.
Caron’s Pennsylvania campus is convenient to several major East Coast cities, including New York City, Washington, DC, Philadelphia, and Boston.
An expert clinical team provides intensive treatment for substance use disorder and co-occurring mental health conditions. The team works with you to create an individualized treatment plan offering the highest treatment efficacy while meeting your personal and professional needs.
The Grand View Program’s multidisciplinary treatment team includes:
The foundation of your treatment is a clinically robust program that incorporates evidence-based therapies designed to address substance use disorder, mental health concerns, and related medical issues. Your treatment plan will include these components as necessary to meet your clinical needs:
Through customized services dedicated to the needs of Grand View patients and their families, Caron integrates the family into the treatment process in order to work toward optimal wellness. Customized family services offer education about substance use disorder and related issues and provide support and therapy to family members. A full-time family therapist dedicated to the unit establishes a therapeutic bond with you and your family in order to support and guide you to healthy relationships and open, effective communication. The therapist will also work with your family members to create recommendations to support your recovery process.
Evidence-based research shows that long-term recovery is best accomplished with structured support that encourages accountability, builds self-esteem, and nurtures family systems. Caron develops robust continuing care options to meet your and your family’s needs.
From your first day at Caron, a therapeutic alliance is formed between your referring professional and your treatment team to systematically assess your needs throughout treatment. These assessments inform a continuum of care to support your clinical needs beyond in-patient treatment.
With treatment centers in Florida, as well as Pennsylvania, and a number of regional recovery centers on the East Coast, Caron ensures you can stay connected through our continuum of treatment and support services. We also have an established network of vetted therapists to refer you to as needed.
Caron recognizes that the transition from residential care back to your community can be daunting. My First Year of Recovery is a supplemental post-treatment program that supports you and your family to achieve and sustain a healthy, recovery lifestyle.
We understand that the process of recovery is highly personal and occurs via many pathways. My First Year of Recovery provides individualized support designed to meet your needs and those of your family. Caron staff works with you on continual growth and improvement in health and wellness and building resilience as a key component of recovery. Various services, including random drug and alcohol screenings, help you build accountability and can also be reassuring for your family. Tele-support counseling is also available, as well as regular check-in calls to you and your identified circle of support.
My First Year, in conjunction with other continuing care components, creates a team approach to early recovery, involving your family, your outpatient therapist, and work when appropriate. The program serves as a bridge connecting all components of care together and providing a constant stream of support as you move through different phases of your early recovery.