ABOUT VICTORY BAY RECOVERY CENTER
Located in a quiet, primarily residential neighborhood in New Jersey, about 20 miles southeast of Philadelphia, Victory Bay offers outpatient treatment at several intensities for individuals seeking treatment for substance abuse and co-occurring disorders. Detox is not available.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
All programs are based on the medical model combined with the 12 Steps. Modalities in use include individual, group, and family therapy, as well as psychoeducational groups. All of the treatment options operate on a trauma-informed model with group therapy being the primary method of treatment.
The facility uses holistic treatment options as well. These include life skills groups, classes on nutrition and healthy living, art and music therapy. The facility uses evidence-based counseling methods including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT).
Clients can participate in gender-specific groups. These groups use trauma-informed methods to address the specific needs of men and women respectively. In New Jersey, 213 (61.9 percent) of the treatment facilities have programs specifically for women while 195 (56.7 percent) have programs just for men.
Treatment options include partial care (PC), an intensive outpatient program (IOP), and general outpatient care. The PC involves at least 20 hours per week of programming per week, and lasts six to eight weeks, while the IOP involves at least nine hours per week, focuses primarily on relapse prevention, and lasts six to 12 weeks. The general outpatient care lasts a minimum of four weeks and involves four to six hours of treatment per week.
Victory Bay maintains contact with clients “on an intermittent basis” after treatment, to ensure continued sobriety, and recommends that clients continue to participate in 12-step programs as part of an extended care program.
Psychiatric assessments are provided by a psychiatrist employed on a consulting basis. Otherwise, the staff consists of master's level licensed and certified clinicians. Victory Bay is one of New Jersey’s 66 (19.2 percent) facilities that are accredited by the Joint Commission.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
At the time of this writing, 28 alumni provided feedback to Rehabs.com about the Victory Bay Recovery Center, with six alumni submitting surveys about their experience. Nearly all of the alumni feedback was positive, with a strong focus on the beautiful surroundings one alum went as far as to call a “sanctuary” to the highly effective staff members.
Family Participation: 5/5
Counseling Options: 5/5
On Facebook, where the facility can manage its page, Victory Bay Recovery Center has an average rating of 4.8 out of five stars from 61 reviews to date. Alumni provided positive feedback about the “amazing” staff, the “12-step involvement”, and its effectiveness. On Google, Victory Bay Recovery Center has a maximum five-star rating from 41 reviews. On Yelp, two reviewers gave the facility perfect five-star ratings.
WHAT FRIENDS AND FAMILY SAY
To date, one loved one gave very positive feedback to Rehabs.com about Victory Bay, including five out of five stars for professionalism, counseling options, staff availability, and facility maintenance. The loved one described the treatment program as a “solid foundation” for those in recovery.
WHAT STAFF SAY
The single staff member of Victory Bay polled to date gave a fairly positive review of his experience. John noted how the facility had “an overall passion for creating the best experience for their clients” and how staff had access to “continued trainings.”
Victory Bay accepts private pay and private insurance plans. The center also offers a sliding fee scale for uninsured clients, which only 253 (73.5 percent) facilities in the state accept.
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