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Little Creek Addiction Recovery Programs
Little Creek Recovery follows a 12-step model and offers a structured environment based on the three stages of care for adult males in our residential treatment program and men and women in our co-ed outpatient programs. An important part of the recovery process is developing healthy, sober relationships with others, based on mutual trust, respect, and understanding.
We have found that exploring the world we live in, in a new and healthy way, can help spur a successful recovery process that fosters structure and creativity. Our treatment programs include the following:
Men’s Residential Program
Our men-only residential treatment is rooted in efficiency, sustainability, and personal growth. Our residential treatment programs also provide patients with the support that they need to experience long-term sobriety after the initial detox process.Read More
The Little Creek outpatient rehab in Pennsylvania is the only licensed drug and alcohol treatment facility in Wayne County. Little Creek outpatient rehab in Pennsylvania is open to both men and women, with access to programs such as Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) and Partial Hospitalization ProgramRead More
Little Creek Recovery offers a sober house our residents can transition into after they complete treatment. Located on the same property as the Little Creek lodge, Shane’s House offers a safe space in which residents can build a strong foundation for ongoing recovery.Read More
Carve Your Own Story of Recovery
“Adventure trek is always popular”
Little creek lodge is such an amazing place for people who want to make a serious change in their life. I’ve watched my loved one grow immensely through his recovery with the help of the caring staff and engaging programs. Adventure trek is always popular on the agenda!
Annabelle Stiso |
“Little Creek Recovery saved my brother’s life”
Little Creek Recovery saved my brother's life and helped my family on the path to recovery. Little Creek provided my brother with amazing care, while providing him opportunities to put recovery practices in to action and within his life. The care was next level and I would recommend to anyone who is looking for extended care treatment for someone.
Mallory Henry |
“I’ve been to a few rehabs...”
Little creek saved my life, an in return the life of my family. I will forever be grateful for what Little Creek did for me. I've been to a few rehabs. This is by far the best experience I've had. Thanks!!
Zachary Cole |
Addictions We Treat
Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) also known as alcoholism, is a condition portrayed by a person’s hindered capacity to stop thinking about alcohol, and having no control over the amount they consume, regardless of whether it’s creating significant issues in all aspects of their lives. Alcohol, which is a depressant, can worsen symptoms, particularly for people with co-occurring mental health disorders, and vice versa. For those with alcohol addiction, treatment includes detox, inpatient and/or outpatient programs, etc.Read More
Benzodiazepines or “benzos” such as Valium and Xanax are widely prescribed to commonly treat anxiety disorders and insomnia. Despite being a prescription drug with medical benefits, abusing benzodiazepines is increasingly common. Research shows that benzos are addictive and cause similar euphoric effects as opiates and marijuana. As a result, repeated use of benzos is rewarding to the brain, causing a person to develop a physical and psychological dependence.Read More
Cocaine is a drug that affects the central nervous system (CNS). This substance is a stimulant that, when abused, causes the brain to produce neurotransmitters responsible for boosts of energy and feelings of euphoria. Due to liking the feeling they get while using the drug, the body becomes tolerant of it, then dependent, and with continued use, addicted to it. Cocaine is very addictive, and people who abuse this drug are also at risk of a fatal overdose. To break the cycle of addiction, individuals must receive professional help at a facility that offers a cocaine addiction treatment program.Read More
Heroin is a powerful type of opiate that nearly 1 in 4 users become addicted to. The substance has an intense effect on the brain’s reward system. In normal circumstances, the brain releases neurotransmitters to reward behavior necessary for survival and to help people cope with pain. When someone abuses heroin, dopamine and endorphins are also released. With continual use, the user becomes addicted and can’t function without the drug. Intense withdrawal symptoms commonly occur, triggering people to use the drug to stop withdrawal symptoms. Clinical care at a rehab facility that specializes in heroin addiction treatment is needed to break the vicious cycle.Read More
Marijuana is the most commonly used substance in the United States. When marijuana is smoked, THC passes from the lungs into the bloodstream, which carries the substance to the brain and other organs. Regardless of how it’s ingested, the substance’s THC-like chemicals create a reaction in the brain’s cannabinoid receptors (part of the endocannabinoid system). When someone smokes marijuana over time, their endocannabinoid system causes them to feel the euphoric and calming effects of being “high” that everyone associates with this substance. Marijuana is addictive and can cause some health and behavioral complications, such as mental illness when chronically abused.Read More
Prescription Drug Addiction
Prescription drugs are medications prescribed by doctors. There are many types of prescription drugs including stimulants, depressants, opioids, and barbiturates, to name a few. These different medications each have differing degrees of abuse-potentiality. Treatment for prescription drug addiction includes MAT detox, inpatient and/or outpatient programs, therapy, etc.Read More
The Story of Little Creek Lodge
Little Creek Lodge was the first of its kind on the East Coast to mix clinical care with recreational therapies. Today, Little Creek Recovery Center is a drug and alcohol addiction center in Pennsylvania, nestled in the woods of Lake Ariel. Our structured recovery program is proven to help those in recovery live a sober lifestyle. Residents develop the tools they need to become the people they want to be. Our holistic approach to treatment, with recreational therapy as a cornerstone, addresses the root causes of addiction while promoting overall spiritual, emotional, and physical growth.
We pride ourselves on our alumni and sober community that we developed here in Northeast, PA. Our alumni have a firm commitment to a sober lifestyle and giving back to those in treatment, whether through sponsorship, employment assistance, or housing.
At Little Creek Recovery Center Pennsylvania, you have the time to discover who you are while learning how to love yourself and be loved by others. You learn how to form intimate relationships and have fun while engaging in a sober lifestyle.
Why Choose Our Pennsylvania Drug and Alcohol Rehab Center
Outdoor Adventure Program
Little Creek’s recreational program is designed to help individuals develop new strengths, cultivate teamwork and trust, and create a “peak experience,” all while empowering them to have fun.Read More
It is a well-established fact that people heal themselves through music and creativity. However, Restarting the imagination takes internal motivation, work, and coaching. Little Creek’s music and identity therapy program can help.Read More
Fun is achievable without substance abuse. Our recreational program focuses on using activities as well as activity-based interventions to help specific needs of people going through substance abuse recovery.Read More
Little Creek Recovery Center is a small family-owned and operated drug and alcohol treatment center that gives personal attention to each resident. Our team is dedicated to family education from the day of entry to years after completion.Read More
We Treat the Mind, Body, and Soul for Optimal Recovery
We treat addiction as a chronic disease and strive for continuity of care. Our facility is private and safe, and we are licensed by the state of Pennsylvania.