LANCASTER, PA — The Gate House, a non-profit addiction treatment and recovery organization serving Lancaster County and surrounding areas, opened its newest transitional living last week.
With the grand opening on Monday, Feb. 12, 2018, The Gate House now runs six transitional living locations accommodating men and women separately throughout Lancaster County in addition to its Behavioral Health Services center on North Cherry Street in Lancaster city. The newest transitional residence includes 10 beds for women and also offers case management services.
“We value the privacy of our occupants, so we keep the addresses of all of our facilities completely confidential,” said James Marshall, Facilities Manager at The Gate House. “We hope this new center gives residents the peace of mind they need away from distractions to concentrate on their recovery and re-enter their communities healthy and productive.”
As a requirement of residency, those staying at the transitional living centers owned by The Gate House must be in active recovery and receiving drug and alcohol counseling services provided by the non-profit organization.
“We are proud to continue assisting Lancaster County residents who struggle with potentially fatal addictions,” said Jodi Holland, Executive Director of The Gate House. “This new location allows us to continue expanding our mission to help people establish lives in recovery.”
For more information about The Gate House, its facilities and its services, please visit gatehouse.org or call 717-393-3215.