More than a drug and alcohol treatment center
At Mirmont Treatment Center in Media, Pennsylvania, just minutes from Philadelphia, we take a unique mind-body approach to drug and alcohol recovery. Building on a 12-step foundation we integrate mindfulness and body-centered therapies into our drug and alcohol treatment program. With this holistic approach to addiction, we’ve helped thousands of people 18 and over on the journey to recovery from alcohol and drug dependency.
For people whose addictions stem from severe emotional or psychological trauma, we offer a specialized trauma treatment program that helps patients develop and practice new skills for dealing with painful events, past or future.
Begin your journey toward healing today. Call us for a confidential appointment or to ask questions at 1.800.846.4656.
Comprehensive drug and alcohol treatments and modalities
Our inpatient and outpatient programs to treat drug and alcohol dependence are customized to help patients achieve their personal best. Our program offerings include:
- Medically monitored detoxification
- Inpatient drug and alcohol rehab
- Dual diagnosis treatment
- Partial hospitalization
- Intensive outpatient rehab
- Group therapy
- Individualized treatment plan
- Holistic pain management
- Relapse prevention
- Emotional trauma treatment
VIPER (Valor with Integrity Program for Emergency Responders) is our drug and alcohol treatment program for first responders, such as law enforcement/police, firefighters, EMTs and combat veterans.
A focus on mindfulness for drug and alcohol recovery
Mindfulness can be a powerful tool for transformation. That’s why we include mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) as an integral part of our treatment program. Mindfulness is simply taking the concept of living one day at a time down to living one moment at a time. As part of treatment, patients learn to stay in the present moment and relate to whatever is happening in life purposefully and directly, without judgment. Through the practice of mindfulness, patients become more aware, which helps them to work through whatever issues are contributing to addiction.
The practice of yoga is one tool to help patients become more mindful. By staying focused on the breath in yoga, patients in recovery at Mirmont experience a connection to the present moment, while becoming grounded in the physical body. Yoga also helps to strengthen muscles, aid in the functioning of a healthy nervous system, and relieve chronic physical, psychological and emotional pain.