Bracebridge Hall opened in 2016 to provide luxury residential treatment in rural northeastern Maryland. The waterfront facility is located in Cecil County, 70 miles southwest of Philadelphia. Bracebridge Hall is a member of the Recovery Centers of America treatment network, which operates several inpatient facilities featuring comfortable to high-end amenities and a treatment philosophy of respectful and open communication between clients and clinicians.
In driving distance to New York City, Philadelphia and Washington, DC, Bracebridge Hall is well-positioned to treat professionals deeply invested in their careers. It features a business center and permits monitored cell phone and computer use so that clients can maintain their professional responsibilities.
Accommodations and Food
Bracebridge Hall has 10 detox beds, in addition to its 26 residential beds. Clients reside in a 40,000 square-foot mansion that features a 150-foot dock overlooking the Chesapeake Bay. Most clients have roommates, though single rooms are available for an additional fee.
Rooms have flat screen TVs for each resident and beds that boast pillow-top mattresses and Egyptian cotton sheets. The residence has lounges for TV, games and reading and myriad recreation areas, including a basketball court, tennis court, meditation center, fitness center and golf-simulator. After an initial black-out period during detox, the treatment team works with clients to create a plan for monitored use of cell phones and computers for business purposes.
Bracebridge Hall’s chef operates a restaurant-level “farm-to-table” kitchen that prepares meals and snacks according to clients’ dietary needs and preferences.
Treatment and Staff
After detox, which usually lasts three to seven days, residential clients have group therapy and educational lectures several times each day. They have a small primary group that meets daily for processing recovery issues and then have additional groups such as grief and loss, anger management, emotional intelligence and 12-step toolbox. Keeping with its business-friendly atmosphere, Brace Bridge offers lectures on Dale Carnegie and Napoleon Hill’s philosophies. Clients have individual therapy at least once a week with Master’s-level therapists including MSWs. In the evenings, they’re encouraged to attend on-site peer support meetings, including AA/NA and SMART Recovery. The entire program length is generally 28 days.
Bracebridge Hall encourages family involvement in treatment. Clients can schedule family therapy and a family workshop is held each weekend before visiting hours. If families are unable to visit on weekends, the treatment team works with clients to arrange alternate visiting hours.
Recovery Centers of America’s Bracebridge Hall provides a combination of 12-step and evidence-based residential treatment in an intimate, luxurious atmosphere designed to give clients the comfort and individual attention needed to learn new coping skills. With on-site peer support meetings, extensive fitness and recreation facilities, and the opportunity to continue to meet their professional obligations while in treatment, Bracebridge Hall ensures clients have the amenities and conveniences to fully focus on their health and wellness.
Recovery Centers of America: Bracebridge Hall Location
314 Grove Neck Rd
Earleville, MD 21919
Recovery Centers of America: Bracebridge Hall Cost
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