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ABOUT SAMARITAN DAYTOP VILLAGE – FOX RUN RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT PROGRAM
The Fox Run Residential Treatment Program, located in the charming, artsy town of Rhinebeck, N.Y., is one of 40 facilities operated by the New York City-based Samaritan Village. In addition to residential treatment for children and adolescents. Fox Run is one of the 76 (nine percent) of New York’s treatment facilities that offer detox services on-site. It is also one of the 214 (25.4 percent) of statewide facilities that offers treatment for adolescents.
In October 2015, this nonprofit merged with Daytop Village, a substance abuse treatment organization founded in 1963; this facility in Rhinebeck was formerly a Daytop center called Daytop Manor.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
The treatment process at Fox Run Residential Treatment Program begins with an initial assessment with trained admissions specialists. Assessments can be completed in person or over the phone. Admissions specialists are also available on the weekend. Clients seeking residential treatment are referred to specific facilities based on the results of the assessment.
The Fox Run Residential Treatment Program uses evidence-based practices combined with individualized services to address addiction problems. Clients work with clinical staff to develop a treatment plan using a variety of holistic treatments. Educational courses, counseling, and family management are all included in the recovery process.
The center offers specialized programs are available for women, children, and seniors. It is one of 146 (17.3 percent) of New York facilities with specialized veterans programs. The programs designed for male and female veterans focus on gender-specific issues common to veterans returning from active duty.
Family services are an important part of the treatment process. Fox Run Residential Treatment Program offers support to family members during the recovery process. Services such as educational support, family counseling are available. It is also part of the 44 (5.2 percent) of New York’s facilities that offer child care services.
Samaritan Daytop is staffed by case managers, licensed social workers, community outreach specialists, transporters, vocational training specialists, and childcare specialists. Additional staff members may include physicians, licensed nurses, and specialized coaching and counseling staff. The facility and its programs are accredited by the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS).
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
Accommodations vary based on the facilities, but most of the residential bedrooms in Samaritan Village facilities follow the dormitory model, with a bed, closet, and dresser. Select electronic devices are allowed during designated times. Family members may visit if they schedule an appointment. Most of the facilities are located within urban areas.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
The five alumni polled by Rehabs.com to date submitted mixed reviews of Fox Run Residential Treatment Program. The alumni did not agree on the positives or negatives of the facility. Some wrote how they “Would definitely recommend.” Some reviewers identified a lack of aftercare options, insufficient alternative therapies, and limited activities. One anonymous reviewer gave two out of five stars for nearly every category including staff support, visitor policies, and cleanliness, and referred to the facility as a “bad summer camp.”
WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY
Three loved ones provided mixed feedback for Daytop Rhinebeck to date.
Two loved ones were impressed with the facility and specifically mentioned the family engagement, reporting that they attended group therapy, family dinners, and “get togethers.” One of the loved ones provided very little feedback except for negative reviews about the facility’s treatment effectiveness. They reported that the client died.
WHAT STAFF SAY
At the time of this writing, Rehabs.com has not received any feedback from staff. On Glassdoor, Daytop Village earned an average rating of 2.3 out of five stars from 20 reviews.  There are many criticisms about the treatment of staff and having too few staff members to complete tasks. In a representative review, one current employee wrote: “level of care not often appropriate for clientele being referred to program, high psychiatric needs at the wrong level of care.”
Fox Run Residential Treatment Program accepts private insurance. Residential services are covered by donations, third-parties, and government funding. Medicaid is also accepted, as is self-pay on a sliding fee scale.
Published on August 2019
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