Mirmont Treatment Center
- Insurance is Accepted
- Financing is not Available
- Medicare is not Accepted
- Medicaid is not Accepted
Mirmont is dedicated to providing compassionate, quality treatment to all those affected by alcoholism, drug dependency and other mental health issues.
The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.
Reviews at a Glance
I was there for 31 days and attended out patient there for 3 weeks - I have 7 months sober! If it wasn’t for this facility the faculty and my counselor lord knows where I would be! It’s run great ...
Mirmont treatment center is a one of a kind facility that genuinely cares about it's patients. The staff there are extremely dedicated and empathetic to the most troublesome circumstances. Mirmont hel...
I cannot thank Mirmont enough for saving my life! Their trauma and EMDR programs are amazing! I highly recommend this place to anyone who is looking to get clean and sober. The community is so support...
VERY IMPORTANT - if you, or the person considering this facility, has ASTHMA(?) - DO NOT come here. The HVAC system here is absolutely toxic to anyone who has asthma (other lung issues? I don\'t know)...
These people are horrible people. My husband is there. I called with an emergency, i found my puppies with a strange shaped plastic bag. I explained that I am extremely scared that this might be somet...
felt like i was living with my family not strangers and thats a good feeling
The counseling and schedule of daily activity was great. Almost three years sober, thanks to the amazing staff at mermount
They try there best but need to understand everyone's experiences and reasons for being there are different there is no one uniform way to treat each individual
friend was there so i don't know first hand details. i just know she's better for being there.
Great Staff, helpful and knowledgeable. Kept a schedule, They allowed you to eat as much as you wanted and have a number of exercise activities as well. allowing patients to smoke to me was a turnoff...
They have family programs, which was great but the times people can call was a downfall. my husband had great success there and is 8 month clean and works the program
Strengths: Round the clock services and wonderful family support programs. Weaknesses: Revolving door and freedom for patients to do whatever. Everything is explained very well to patient and family. ...
This was the 3rd rehab I have been to and this place is like going to a Steven Starr restaurant rather than going to McDonalds. It really blows all of the other rehabs out of the water. I do not hav...
First rate facility. They gave me my son back,, Compassionate while being direct.
The worst if coming off opiates !!!! HORRIBLE!!!' They use phenobarbital & darvocet (this was in 2000 & 01) I was coming off a massive dose of OxyContin(never used heroin ) but they left me In such ba...
The nurses, yoga and meditation were great. Downfalls were the length of stay governed by insurance and that the internet was not allowed. I learned a lot and am still sober. Aftercare is a must. I st...
It was an overall good facility, but they could use more family involvement.
It was convenient. However, the counselors were not good and there were too many lectures. The demands are unrealistic for someone coming off drugs.
The people that work there are nice and treat you with respect. My experience was excellent. I got the help I needed. The counselors are awesome. The staff was great. They even had holistic approaches...
I was able to connect with everybody and felt like I was being well cared for. It was a great place that helped me go through my depression/suicidal thoughts; I became a better person during treatment...
Very clean and well-maintained. Beautiful amenities and a caring staff. However, it was expensive.
I was able to get the personalized attention that I needed and wasn't left to feel as though I were doing this alone. They have a wonderful ability to treat the person and the addiction.
Kind experience from people who have been where you are. Mental and spiritual strength built here.
It worked and we loved it.
The staff are recovering alcoholics/addicts
Saved my daughter's life.
I came to the facility after a long hospitalization for a traumatic brain injury,(drunken fall followed by paralysis) the hospital was affiliated with the rehab. and it was handicap accessible - ramps...
I am still sober
I went to Marworth 5 years ago, and still am sober and happy. They don't let men and women hang out together anymore for good reasons.
Counselors and staff were excellent
I am still sober it will be five years on 07/29/14, I return for Alumni night which reminds me of what I was like and the pain I was in and offers me the opportunity to give hope to others. It was a w...
2 years I had one drink one night and felt embarrased and that I betrayed trust
While still 12-step based, which I'm cool with, there were no steps- or traditions-posters on the walls. There were yoga studios and mediation gardens instead. Mirmont understands recovery is evolving...
I've been clean for 15 months. God forbid I ever relapse, I'd go back there. It's what you make it. It is comfortable, clean, staff is very friendly and helpful. No television, or cell phones. Only ...
Helped me recover.
Helped me out .
Facility always placed patients first, very compassionate and caring. Have seen results during years worked there.
Great facility that really cares. The counselors, clinical aides and nurses were excellent. The only downside is that they only have 1 doctor on staff, but he was very helpful as well. Can't say en...
Mirmont is right on target with their comprehensive program for alcohol and drug addiction rehab programs. From detox, to inpatient care, to Intensive Outpatient Therapy; their facility exceeded my e...
I was transferred to Mirmont from a private hospital psychiatric facility. After nearly 20 days I had only seen a psychiatrist one time for maybe a half hour. There is NO in house medical doctor or...
- V.I.P.E.R Program
Valor with Integrity Program for Emergency Responders is the region’s premier alcohol and chemical dependency treatment program for those who are active in, or retired from, first responder professions including police/law enforcement, firefighters, emergency medical technicians, probation and parole officers, corrections officers, and combat veterans.
- Pain Management
In keeping with our holistic approach to chemical dependency treatment, Mirmont’s pain management program includes integrated therapies like acupressure, Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) body scan meditation, Reiki, therapeutic touch, yoga, Alexander Technique, Emotional Freedom Technique, reflexology and visualization. We also incorporate cognitive behavioral psychology and psychoeducation to help our clients monitor and adjust their thought patterns around pain.
Peg Costello - Clinical Director
Tom Cain - President
This Center is Known For...
- Alumni Association
- 12-step meetings
- Individual therapy
- Yes Detox Services
- No Behavioral Disorder Treatment
- Yes Dual-Diagnosis Treatment
- Yes Outpatient Services
- Yes Sober Living Home
- No Day School
- No Private Rooms
- No Pet Friendly
- No Exceptionally LGBT Friendly
- No Men Only
- No Women Only
Licensing & Memberships
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