Geisinger Holy Spirit – Addiction Medicine

Geisinger Holy Spirit – Addiction Medicine


Located in Camp Hill, Penn., Holy Spirit Hospital is a nonprofit Catholic community hospital that provides inpatient and outpatient services for individuals in need of drug and alcohol treatment.


According to its website, Holy Spirit Hospital has a mobile crisis intervention unit that visits individuals who are unwilling or unable to leave their homes. The unit attempts to assess and stabilize individuals in crisis situations, including those experiencing homicidal or suicidal thoughts, severe psychiatric symptoms, and self-neglect.

Holy Spirit Hospital’s short-term inpatient treatment unit has 19 beds. The program focuses on holistic, restorative, and individualized treatment, provides 24-hour supervision, and is for adults ages 18 and older. For those who require long-term inpatient care, there’s an extended acute care mental health unit that has 12 beds.

There are outpatient services for adults and youth: General Adult Services includes psychiatric, and group, individual, and family counseling while the Pediatric Behavioral Health Services provides counseling to children, teens, and their families.

The Women’s Behavioral Health Program helps those with emotional programs. Treatment includes a free support group for pregnant women and new mothers. There are also outpatient options for seniors and teens as well as a maternal assistance program for pregnant women and new mothers who are battling addiction.


According to the center’s website, the treatment team includes psychiatrists, therapists, and nurses.


The center’s website indicates the short-term inpatient unit has 19 beds and the extended acute care unit has 12 beds.

WHAT ALUMNI SAY has yet to receive any reviews from this facility’s alumni.

Collectively, 77 Google reviewers awarded the hospital an average rating of 2.9 out of five stars. Note, however, that this rating applies to the entire hospital, and not just the behavioral health department.[1]


In the sole survey response for to date, a staff member gave the Camp Hill hospital five stars for its treatment effectiveness, yet only three stars when asked how strongly they’d recommend the program to others. They also gave the hospital four stars in nearly every other category, including its holistic offerings, counseling options, and visitor policies. “I did not receive treatment but attended a treatment session, very effective,” they wrote.


Holy Spirit Hospital accepts insurance.


Geisinger Holy Spirit – Addiction Medicine Reviews

  • Treatment Effectiveness
I did not receive treatment but attended a treatment session, very effective