Based out of Bensalem, Pennsylvania, Livengrin is a multi-faceted substance abuse organization with various flexible drug and alcohol addiction treatment options, including Counseling. In addition to these treatment options, there are drug and alcohol addiction treatment areas of specialization to further help struggling addicts recover effectively. Such areas of specialization include: Drug Addiction and Alcohol Addiction.
Because it's understandable that seeking addiction rehab in Bensalem, Pennsylvania, especially if it's one's first time doing so, can feel like a pretty scary thing. This is why the addiction therapists and counselors at Livengrin do everything in their power to make their patients feel as comfortable as possible, as to ease this initial scary feeling.
Livengrin also takes accepted medical insurances, i.e. Most Insurances, and certain payment options upon qualification, such as: American Express, Cash or self-payment, Check, Mastercard, Visa. Livengrin may be contacted via their website at www.livengrin.org.
I went here in 2012 and it was a great facility. I learned a lot about my addiction alcoholism. The staff was very good and made me feel welcome. I'm forever grateful for this place. Very kind and friendly staff and made the difference. I would suggest this place to anyone that wants to get clean and sober.
They have given me the tools that have helped change my life! I would recommend them to anyone. The counselors were very helpful and always available. The Techs & nursing staff were great and always hands on, helpful, kind and courteous. When completing my program, I was prepared to leave but knew I'd miss the staff...and I do. It's good to have Facebook to keep in touch.
I wanted to take my time and look at all the reviews before writing my own. I am surprised at some of the comments I've seen. I was admitted to Livengrin on 3/26 and completed my stay on 4/25. I can honestly say that Livengrin gave me no reasons to complain. They saved me life. I've visited other sites before but my experience at Livengrin was amazing. Everyone from admissions, staff techs, patient care coordinators, nursing, counselors and even staff from the kitchen were all wonderful, caring, and kind. I came into this facility emotionally broken and if it weren't for the big hearts that each of them displayed while I was there, I don't know where I would be at right now, let alone, competent enough to even write this review. Truth be told, the people in the rehab community I saw that might have a complaint would be the ones that did not really want to be treated. I was able to get a general view of who truly wanted to recover and those that just were going through the motions. I pray for all of them. Recovery is something that you would have to do on your own and Livengrin provides the resources and the tools to GUIDE you back to that road. I am happy to say that I'm on that path thanks to them again and it's going to be up to me to stay on it. I am forever grateful to have been admitted to this facility and to have crossed paths with everyone in there. I look forward to now joining their Alumni Association and coming back one day to inspire hope for the next group that wants to recover.
I am the Executive Director of a local non profit that helps people with addiction problems seeking treatment. Yesterday we had a young opiate addict seeking treatment and we used Livengrin for the first time. I want to personally thank MiKe Berndt for going out of his way after hours to help us. Also Patrick in admissions went out of his way and stayed at work till 1:00 AM to insure our girl was safe. Very impressive organization and one that we will be using often in the future. Thanks for your help in saving a life
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Livengrin was amazing, their staff were kind, caring , and supportive. They have a great facility. Livengrin was able to change my life, in a way I did not think was possible. The supportive counselors, and PCC staff made my treatment well worth while. Thank you Livengrin!!
Very good in 2010. Its because of insurance if you're a UNION MEMBER its a revolving door most there was as if i was on the job fun good. Kids would say im out in 4 or 5 days detox and looking foward to HERION sad. I went there 4 times only once i stayed 28 days. What it did was lower my meds. I never did herion. Was in a accident that caused 3 shoulder Sergery neuropathy RSD Desice a pain deicese incurable. My fault for leaving. You just cannot take a vacation anytime. The thing is they don't take many insurance plans. It's a bandaid. Best to all who go. Very spiritual the 28 days and the people. I works for addiction. Not for pain. Peace and love
You people crack me up. The only reason you have to pay money is for the deductible of YOUR INSURANCE. Haha how can you be mad at a facility when u should be mad at your insurance. The only reason this place wouldn't work would be because said person doesn't want to help themselves. Grow up people seriously be
I went here 6 or 7 years ago for court ordered DUI stuff which worked great got the right treatment but a warning after reading toris review white deer run anywhere is Baby killers and nearly killed my fiance she went to rehab knowing that she was prego again they gave her the wrong meds full well knowing she was pregnant. She was siezuring and woke up by blood by day 3 and they refused to give her a pregnancy test because I'm sure they knew they killed the baby. They didn't do anything that night about her blood stained sheets or give her clean underwear. Its the worst rehab ever avoid white deer run.
January 6,1982 I entered Livengrin ! I was scared of the unknown as my loving wife and friend dropped me off!This was the warmest , most welcoming experience of my life ! In three weeks I grasped the 12 steps of AA under the loving "drill instructor" direction of Joe Barna ! Celebrated 35 years of sobriety this past January ! I owe it to God, AA, my wonderful spouse and the formative experience of LIVENGRIN ! Thanks !
I have to give this place alot of credit. My daughter was in rehab 4 times. 2 of them at livengrin. The place and staff were great. She has Been out since sept and completed her iop with livengrin and is now doing gop with them. She has been clean for over 5 months now. She is staying at a recovery house in Pa. And working on her 12 steps. I have to give alot of credit to livengrin and all the staff. Would definetely recommend this place.
Ok, so maybe i didn't love it from day one. I was not used to people telling me where i needed to go, and when. And i certainly wasn't used to LISTENING to them! But after a while, i realized that doing what i wanted was getting me nowhere but into a downward spiral. And when I finally stopped fighting, and started following directions, i realized that the staff there ALL wanted me to get well, and really cared about me. In my experience, the patients who thought that this was their private country club and wanted to run their own show, were the ones who got pissed off and bolted treatment. Frankly, that just helped those of us who really wanted to be there and get well. It's been four months since i got out of Livengrin, and 2 months since i finished my outpatient treatment. Yeah, going to meetings 3 or 4 times a week is a drag sometimes, but it is what keeps me clean today--almost 5 months without a drug or a drink and happier than i have been since i can remember!
It worked for me. I recommend Livengrin to all that listen. The ONLY time in my life I've ever enjoyed being 100% clean and sober. The staff techs are, mostly, ex-addicts in recovery. Compassionate, not easily bullshitted, and always have your well-being at the forefront. Their stories moved me deeply. The food was fresh, inventive, healthy, and on time. The food staff were awesome and sweet people, always. The maintenance crew were positive and always busy. The counselors were upbeat, capable and readily willing to get at the heart of your situation and stay there. All of them showed me the way. It's the safest I've ever felt in my life. My family and I are forever grateful. That's my story. - a 45 y/o crystal meth/heroin junkie with 14 mos. of 100% sobriety.