White Deer Run of York

3.5 (24 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
106 Davies Drive
York, PA 17402
8775799585 Visit Website
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  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is not Accepted
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The heart of the WDR philosophy is our commitment to personalized care delivered in an atmosphere of dignity and respect. Our goal is to help each patient to develop the skills and strategies that will allow them to live a full and rewarding life, free from the chains of chemical dependency.

White Deer Run of York Reviews and Ratings Details

The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.

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Majority of patients are in for there 3rd and 4th time. The doctors try to become your primary physician and try to change your regular prescriptions they also tried to slip in new medicine with out y...


Worst experience of my life. No consistency in rules. I wasn’t even allowed to make phone calls to family even though promised. Day of d/c I was last on the nurses list. Was there for approximately ...


Disgrace my nephew went there for addiction of pain pills, they gave him p&j sandwich he was outside in the rain and asked 4 medicine. He walked out waiting for a ride and went to Marworth thank God. ...


White deer run saved and definitely improved my life. I’ve gone to several rehabs this was the one most consistent. I would defiantly recommend. P.S The staff is very friendly and professional


Do not go. H Jail is more freedom. Go to roxbury


****BEWARE**** My son went here for opioid addiction and he overdosed 1 WEEK after leaving this facility, On his last day the director told us if my son can\'t make it no one can because he had done...


place is a stinky hole with staff that don\'t have a clue...place is dirty, the list goes on! A complete disgrace, owners should be ashamed of themselves


They were a success in their treatment. Visitors are very limited. Whatever they did worked and has continued to work for 7 months after rehab.


White Deer Run saved my life! The entire staff and facility are the best around! Two staff members in particular, will miss you everyday! Thank you all!


Loving & careing. To far for family visit. My time there was a very good experience in learning about my addiction and why i behaved the way i did


My son went here and it was unsuccessful. ... It\'s a revolving door for addicts. They get very little individual attention. ... A total waste of time and money. I would give them zero stars if it was...


It was clean, safe and the food was acceptable. However, counselors didn't seem to know what they were doing most of the time. I felt like I was being babysat for the most part. It is not set up for ...


It was local which was nice; however, it was not effective. Too easily release patient without making much of an effort to help her understand her need to continue in the program


They listen and are caring; they accommodate special needs like lactose intolerance. I am lactose intolerant, so they had lactose free milk brought in etc. Treatment like that!!


This was a neat, up to date, clean place with extremely caring and supportive staff.


As a family member i was appalled at how rude the staff was and how they handled family me members. No apologies ever given for rudeness


Visiting my niece, there was never much staff around. Additionally, there was an incredible amount of unsupervised interaction between males & females. This is never good in early recovery, as it lea...


They did not individually tend to the needs.


Poor management.


Good place to get help!


Provided me with the information to help get me into a 12 step program.


Genuinely caring and kind with knowledgeable staff...tons of insight and enlightenment given to absorb. Positive experience...If an individual is REALLY serious and TOTALLY committed to getting better...


Program worked for me, but didn't supply amount of counseling promised

Areas of Focus
Dual Diagnosis/ Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment

These two terms describe a person who is not only addicted to drugs or alcohol, but also has a mental or emotional illness, such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, etc. Facilities that treat patients with dual-diagnosis or co-occurring disorders provide psychiatric treatment in addition to drug and alcohol rehabilitation services.


The term “12 Step Program” describes a way to recover from addiction that is based on the model developed by Alcoholics Anonymous. Many drug and alcohol treatment centers base their treatment on 12 steps – the first three of which are situational, the next four addressing the practical issues created by the addiction, followed by two steps focused on making amends for hurting others. Steps 10 and 11 involve a deeper examination of the previous steps and the final step is focused on helping others avoid and recover from addiction.

Key Staff Members
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    Amy Ruiz LSW CAC - Clinical Supervisor

    I am the Clinical Supervisor of the Men’s Co-occurring Disorders Unit. After obtaining my Bachelors in Social Work at Bloomsburg University in December of 2001 I came to work at White Deer Run in January of 2002 and have been here ever since. I began my career at Allenwood as a counselor on the Women’s Co-occurring Disorders Unit and pursued my education and received my Masters in Social Work from Marywood University in May of 2005. It was then that I was promoted to a supervisor and worked on the adolescent unit until my recent move to the Men’s Unit. My experience here at White Deer Run has been primarily with patients with co-occurring disorders both on the women’s and the adolescent units. Dealing with addiction is never easy and it becomes more difficult when struggling with mental health issues. I believe that we need to combine the treatments of both in order to have the best chance of recovery. I love working with people and to be able to see them reclaim their lives by providing them with the proper treatment and support.

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    Brianne Shreck - Supervisor of the Women’s Co-occurring Disorders Unit

    I am currently the Supervisor of the Women’s Co-occurring Disorders Unit at WDR of Allenwood. I came to WDR straight out of college as a Counselor Assistant. Since that time I have acted as a counselor, the lead counselor for the adolescent unit, the facility lead counselor, and now supervisor. I received my BS in Psychology from Pennsylvania State University and my MSW from Marywood University. I am also a Licensed Social Worker and a Certified Addictions Counselor. I cannot measure how much I have learned over the years at this facility. I am grateful for the experiences my co-workers and clients provide me on a daily basis. To see someone enter treatment who is hopeless, broken, and overwhelmed and watch them grow to someone who sees they have a future, can utilize personal strengths they never knew existed, and who is able to feel proud of themselves and their accomplishments is both rewarding and a testament to the work we do at this facility.