Silvermist offers cutting-edge inpatient addiction treatment in a casual, warm, and relaxed countryside atmosphere at two luxury residences. A one-to-four clinician-to-client ratio allows for individualized attention when it’s needed, while still providing a sense of community and camaraderie.
Clients in the residential program will enjoy morning meditation before participating in a community meeting. Other activities throughout the day include process groups, psycho-education, 12-step study and self reflection, experiential groups, recreation time, and journaling. Silvermist’s executive chefs will provide breakfast, lunch, and dinner in the residences’ fully-equipped kitchens, and can accommodate all dietary restrictions.
Silvermist staff are focused on making sure each client is comfortable and able to find their own unique best path toward recovery through substance abuse treatment that works.
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If you think treatment at Silvermist may help you overcome your addiction, please contact our admissions staff at (724) 481-1284.
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Silvermist’s main residence houses up to nine male clients. It features exposed wood beams, soaring high ceilings, and expansive windows that look out to the rest of the stunning Silvermist property, along with well-appointed bedrooms and a gourmet kitchen. A second floor loft provides the perfect vantage point to overlook the great room while journaling or enjoying a book, and the basement features a movie theater and recreational area.
Those in residential treatment will enjoy the house’s many amenities, including a saltwater pool, billiards, and outdoor living space.
Formerly an Amish barn built in the 1800s, the bank barn has been refurbished and now houses up to five female clients. The bank barn has retained its charm both outside and inside, thanks to the highlighting of some of the barn’s original elements. Now featuring a gourmet kitchen, relaxing seating area, and comfortable bedrooms, the bank barn provides a unique setting for women to recover together and build a sober community.
Women living in the bank barn are part of Silvermist’s residential treatment program and participate in co-ed group therapy sessions and other experiences with residents in the main home.
Silvermist is proudly committed to using the 12 steps and 12-step therapy in its programming, and we believe that the use of the 12 steps substantially increases the likelihood of success in achieving long-term recovery.
By supporting the 12 steps and encouraging our residents to attend 12-step meetings, Silvermist residents are allowed to form a support network of likeminded individuals outside of the facility. Meetings can also provide the coping tools and behavioral strategies necessary for our residents to successfully reintegrate into their home communities while achieving their most important goal: remaining sober.
Studies have shown that involvement in Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous programs can be a strong predictor of sustained recovery. These programs also provide structure and purpose to a person’s life when they need it most.
We ensure that our residents have daily access to outside Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous meetings.
Silvermist residents may also attend AA or NA sponsored events, so their participation in the AA/NA community goes beyond just attending meetings.
Developing these habits in treatment is crucial to ensuring that residents maintain their sobriety once they leave Silvermist.
Mental Health Care
Often those suffering from addiction have faced mental health struggles in the past, or experienced some type of trauma that has negatively impacted their mental health. Effectively addressing these issues can play a crucial part in addiction recovery. Our therapists have experience treating mental health issues, and can use their expertise in therapy and counseling to help our residents learn to cope with:
- Bipolar disorder
- Borderline personality disorder
- Chronic impulsivity
- Emotional disturbance
- Narcissistic personality disorder
- Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
- Self-esteem issues