Our adult and teen drug rehab center locations offer programs to treat drug and alcohol abuse. Our residential and outpatient programs help individuals learn and practice recovery and coping skills in a safe, supportive environment. Our teen alcohol rehab centers include therapeutic schools to allow students to continue to make academic progress as they progress in their recovery.
ABOUT PYRAMID HEALTHCARE, INC.
Pyramid Healthcare, Inc., founded in 1999, provides a range of treatment and recovery services for adults and adolescents at centers across New Jersey, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania. Its Belleville center is one of the organization’s facilities in Central Pennsylvania. This simple, no-frills location offers inpatient treatment for adult men struggling with substance abuse. Its short-term, long-term, and partial inpatient programs include treatment for dual diagnosis and co-occurring disorders.
To be eligible for admission, clients must be mentally stable. Detoxification services are not available at the Belleville facility, but are offered at other Pyramid Healthcare locations, including those in Pittsburgh and Altoona.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
Pyramid Healthcare’s Belleville programs utilize the 12-Step model of recovery while also creating a highly structured and individualized treatment plan for each client. Treatment methods include individual counseling, group therapy, therapeutic recreation, and daily Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meetings. Life skills education, another key program component, prepares clients for a successful, sober life beyond program completion.
Additionally, the facility offers legal assistance to clients. The staff coordinates matters related to probation and court requests.
According to the facility’s website, its treatment team includes a licensed practical nurse, a certified nurse practitioner, and a psychiatrist. The program meets the Pennsylvania Client Placement Criteria (PCPC) for short-term, long-term, and partial hospitalization inpatient levels of care. The organization received the highest level of accreditation by the Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) International for its drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
The Belleville residence has the look of a large, suburban home. According to the facility’s website, most clients can expect to share a bedroom with one other resident. A small workout area with gym equipment is available, and clients are permitted to smoke in designated areas. Residents receive three meals per day.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
Alumni feedback is limited. The sole alum to provide a Best-rehabs.com review at time of writing, C.L. had only good things to say. They submitted the top five-star rating for treatment effectiveness, accommodations & amenities, and meals & nutrition. C.L. wanted Best-rehabs.com to know that the facility is: “Definitely a good place. I got help here an now live a better life.”
Posts to the facility’s Facebook page represented mixed opinions, with an average 3.5- out of five-star rating across four reviews. Two of the four reviewers submitted five-star ratings, including Brad who wrote: “Learned a lot during the 28 days I was there. Met a lot of really nice guys and staff!” The remaining two reviewers rendered lower scores: one provided three stars, and the other gave only one star.
WHAT STAFF SAY
Best-rehabs.com has not yet received employee reviews of Pyramid Healthcare in Belleville, but one anonymous reviewer gave the facility four out of five stars on Indeed. “Pyramid Healthcare is a leading Rehabilitation Center. It was a great place to work,” they reported. “I enjoyed watching clients grow in the program.” The only drawback that this former staff member noted was “long hours.”
Pyramid Healthcare accepts most private insurance plans, including Aetna, BlueCross BlueShield, Cigna, ComPsych, Optum, and United Healthcare. In addition, it takes state or county funding, Medical Assistance, and self-payment in the form of cash, personal check, and credit card. The facility also will work with unions and Employee Assistance Programs.