Loyola Recovery Foundation is a non-profit residential and outpatient facility in Hornell, a small town 50 miles south of Rochester, in western New York. Loyola began operations in 2007 as a department of the VA Hospital in Bath, New York, which is 25 miles east of Hornell. It continues to operate a detox unit at the Bath location, with an average stay of five to seven days. Loyola’s residential and outpatient programs provide services to all residents of western New York, as well as veterans, and it encourages veterans to serve on its treatment teams.
Accommodations and Food
Loyola is situated in a treatment facility near Veterans Memorial Park and the Canisteo River. Most residents have roommates with shared bathrooms, but private rooms are available, as well. The facility has recreational areas for video games and exercising. Watching TV is permitted, but times are limited, as is access to cell phones and computers.
The kitchen staff prepares standard American fare for all meals and snacks, and is happy to accommodate allergies and dietary restrictions.
Treatment and Staff
Residents are admitted to the program after a full bio-psycho-social assessment. The program is designed for a 28-day stay, though some residents may have shorter stays due to their treatment plan and/or their insurance’s directives.
Days are structured around several hours of group and individual therapy. The treatment team includes addiction counselors with the CASAC credential, Master’s-level therapists including LMSWs and LCSWs, LPNs and physicians. They are highly experienced in providing dual diagnosis support and use CBT and Motivational Interviewing (MI) in treatment. Medication-assisted-treatment (MAT) with Suboxone and Vivitrol is also available.
Loyola believes in the 12-step framework and encourages residents to attend daily 12-step meetings. Residents can attend self-run AA and NA meetings on-site; Loyola brings in facilitators to run weekly meetings as well.
Family can visit with the treatment team’s approval. The staff at Loyola says it’s a remarkably intimate and friendly environment. Later this year, it’s relaunching its mPower program, a mobile app that includes activities and resources to facilitate relapse prevention.
For nearly ten years, Loyola Recovery Foundation has provided residential, outpatient and detox services in western New York. Its treatment team is highly experienced serving veterans and those with co-occurring disorders. Clients can be assured they’ll be given support and opportunity to examine their addiction in the context of trauma and any mental health disorders they’ve experienced.
Loyola Recovery Foundation
Inpatient Rehab Unit
411 Canisteo St, Fl 3 West
Hornell, NY 14843
Loyola Recovery Foundation Cost: Accepts private insurance. Reach Loyola Recovery Foundation Residential by phone at (607) 282-5200 or by email at [email protected]. Find Loyola Recovery Foundation Residential on Facebook and Twitter
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