- Insurance Accepted
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- United Healthcare
- Intensive Outpatient
- Multiple Levels of Care
About Mount Regis Center
Mount Regis Center is a fully licensed and intensive outpatient program dedicated to providing treatment for alcohol and substance abuse. Located in Salem, Virginia, our facility is in a residential setting in order to create a comfortable atmosphere for our patients. We get to the root of underlying emotional and behavioral issues that contribute to addiction, such as grief, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, isolation, codependence, stress, emotional management, conflict resolution, compulsive disorders, guilt, and shame. We employ a 24/7 intake team available to new patients seeking treatment, and we customize specialized treatment plans to cater to them with clinical assessments.
Our staff members are licensed (including certified abuse counselors) and aim to know patients on a personal level to meet their treatment needs. We treat addictions to alcohol, prescription drugs, meth, opiates, marijuana, benzodiazepines, cocaine, and amphetamines. We provide medical detox monitored by registered nurses and doctors.
We also offer cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), rational emotive therapy, and focusing on irrational thoughts to minimize distress. Group therapy connects patients to healthy coping strategies and relaxation techniques. Additionally, individual programs, such as art programming, fitness programs, yoga, nutritional counseling, and spiritual therapy are included to heal our patients.
We target patients ranging from 18 to 25 years of age with our Young Adult Inpatient Addiction Program. This program instills essential life skills into young patients based on their addiction. In our program, our young patients will experience life skills groups, CBT, self-discipline exercises, equine therapy, ropes course, and our standard therapy practices.
Our partial hospitalization programs, or day treatments, are beneficial to patients leaving our intensive inpatient treatmen. Day treatments provide patients with needed attention with group and individual therapies and 12-Step programs. Our outpatient addiction program is ideal for patients with substance abuse and/or co-occurring disorders who have other commitments and responsibilities. Although they have a stronger control over their addiction, we provide a free evaluation. Patients must be sober for 72 hours to qualify. Our healing model utilizes a mind-body connection in order to discover optimal ways for patient recovery, helping to ensure a life of sobriety.
Contact Mount Regis Center
- Partial hospitalization (PHP)
- Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
- Co-Occurring disorder treatment
- Life-skills training
- Holistic approach to treatment
- Basketball court
- Ropes Course
- Ping pong
- Professional, dedicated staff
- Supportive alumni programming
- Relapse Prevention
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
- Equine Therapy
- Movement therapy
- Stress management
"I had a great experience at mount Regis everyone was so helpful and kind. I would recommend MR to anyone they made a tremendous impact on my life. I had been to other rehabs but MR really made a difference. Thanks to everyone counselors and nurses, everyone in food services, recovery coaches just everyone they were amazing. I actually felt like they really wanted to be there and help people which made a difference. Thank you again Mount Regis for helping me get my life back on track."
"Mt. Regis taught me how to live again. Facilities are clean & comfortable and the food was great. I am so grateful for all of the effort put in by staff to aid in the treatment process."
"All of the staff, counselors, nurses, coaches, and admin were exceptional. True caring professionals whose main concern is patient's recovery. Extensive experience especially numerous staff that are in long term recovery build solid relevance and competency to those patients in early treatment or relapse. So blessed to have found Regis when I did"
"Mouth Regis Center truly saved my life. I came in broken and beaten. I had a Gift of Desperation. All the staff were amazing. Each individual staff member impacted my life in a different way. I'll be forever grateful of the tools that was given to me."