Mirmont Treatment Center, Lima, Pennsylvania

Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
100 Yearsley Mill Rd
Media, PA, 19063

Mirmont Treatment Center Overview

Established in 1985 with three separate facilities in the state of Pennsylvania, the Mirmont Treatment Center, located on a 33-acre property at Lima, has been catering to the needs of thousands of youths and adults battling substance abuse, and mental illness including psychiatric and emotional disorders, for decades. The treatment center operates under the Main Line Health network which consists of a number of non-profit treatment centers and hospitals employing over 2,000 doctors. The center offers full and long-lasting recovery to its patients by utilizing holistic approaches to treatment such as acupressure, yoga, reflexology, and Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT). The facility employs a one day at a time strategy for clients in need of recovery by helping them focus on healing their mind, body, and soul. At the Mirmont Treatment Center, a treatment plan is designed which is individualized to suit the patient’s needs. This teaches the patients effective coping skills to manage stress and maintain their sobriety. Psychiatric assessment and holistic/medical detoxification (which aims to reduce withdrawal symptoms and ease the detox process) is available on site after which clients may choose to join the inpatient, partial hospitalization or outpatient treatment program. The facility boasts of a trauma-informed nursing staff available 24/7, qualified doctors, and psychiatrists.

Accommodation, Schedules, and Meals

The center is spacious and located on a 33-acre property in Lima, Pennsylvania. It has a treatment area for patients receiving individual and group therapy, a massive meditation center, and a fitness center. The facility is capable of housing up to 111 residents and includes comfort recreational lounges, a fully-equipped gym, a meditation garden, an on-site bookstore, and vegetable garden which the residents at the facility help to tend to. The bedrooms are well furnished and usually accommodate up to three residents. Additionally, the rooms have private bathrooms, great natural lighting, and a beautiful view of the natural scenery. The length of the resident’s stay usually depends on their particular needs. A usual day at the facility often entails a 7:00 am early wake-up and breakfast at 7:30 am. Activities like yoga, meditation, and treatment can be observed during the day and at 11:00 pm residents are to return to their rooms.
Meals are prepared to be balanced and nutritious and are served in a facility dining hall. The facility provides free snacks and refreshments for residents throughout the day which may consist of juice, soft drinks, and other beverages. Laundry services are provided for the residents at the facility. Revealing clothing and electronic devices are prohibited at the facility but residents are allowed to bring alcohol-free, essential items, spiritual reading materials, and money for vending machines and payphones.

Treatment & Therapy

The facility offers various models of treatment for its patients. These include:

Inpatient Treatment

At this stage, the facility helps its residents get involved in treatments which address their specific needs. Body-centered, holistic forms of therapy which may include yoga and meditation are offered. Counseling and educational groups are also available and the emphasis is laid on mindfulness


This usually takes between 3-7 days and incorporates pain management techniques which aid to reduce withdrawal symptoms.

Intensive Outpatient Treatment

This is a great option for clients who need treatment but are too busy juggling work or school. Structured treatment and support are provided to clients while they live in their homes. The program takes place thrice a week.

The following are a list of issues that are treated at the hospital:

  • Alcohol Addiction
  • Stress
  • Drug Addiction (Opioids etc.)
  • Trauma
  • Co-occurring Disorder

Therapy Options

The hospital offers a list of therapy options for patients which include:

  • Individual Counseling
  • Group Counseling
  • Relapse Prevention
  • Family Counseling
  • Psychodrama Groups


Mirmont Treatment Center costs approximately $16,800 for a 28-day treatment. Insurance is accepted if that is the mode of payment chosen but any costs left will be billed to the client. Help is available if clients are experiencing a hard time trying to foot the bills; financial counselors are available to help such clients through the process, arranged payments can also be made. The hospital advises patients to check insurance plans before submitting for verification as some plans don’t cover the complete bill. Payments can be made to the hospital through major credit cards, check or cash. The treatment center accepts different insurance plans like Medicare and also Medicaid, some of the others include:

  • Cigna
  • Evolutions Healthcare
  • Humana
  • Aetna
  • Coventry
  • Intergroup
  • United Healthcare
  • Prime Health Services
  • ComPsych
  • Quest Behavioral Health
  • Highmark


The organization is approved and accredited by (NAATP) The National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers.

Why Mirmont Treatment Center

In entirety, the treatment center treats multiple times of addiction and mental health problems. Although the 12-step program is not seen as an important step in the hospital, the treatment is more focused on mind healing and meditation. The treatment center infuses Holistic Therapy methods into treatment programs as alternative pain therapy and for individuals being treated for opioid addiction. Some of these therapies include Reiki, Acupressure, Yoga, Reflexology, Therapeutic Touch and many more. No medications from home are allowed on admission into the facility, patients are allowed to leave such at home or give to a nurse for storage. Clients can only be admitted at the treatment center for 28 days after which the therapists and counselors will create an outpatient or inpatient discharge plan which is very specific to the clients as the healing process and time limit differs with each patient.

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