Serenity at Summit New England

Massachusetts (MA) > Rehab Centers in Haverhill, MA
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4.8
(3 Reviews)
Excellent
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61 Brown Street
Haverhill, Massachusetts 01830

Financial & Insurance Details

  • Insurance
  • Medicare
  • Medicaid
  • Financing

Treatment Center Settings

  • Hospital
  • Luxury
  • Residential Neighborhood

Facility Highlights

All Summit locations are out of network. In terms of acceptance, it's based on their vob or self pay.

41-bed facility

5:1 Staff to Client Ratio

Personalized Meals to Dietary/Nutrition Preferences

Chef-Prepared Meals, Integrative Wellness Program, Fitness Room, Recreational Room, Laundry Room, Private Accommodations Available and Handicap Accessible.

Clinical & Holistic Care includes Reiki, Acupuncture/Acupressure, Yoga & Massage.

We offer Group Therapy, Individualized Counseling, Continuum of Care and Luxury Transportation Services - Day or Night.

Treatment Center Philosophy

We partner with the individual to begin a transformational journey from hope to healing and beyond.

Testimonials

Serenity at Summit was absolutely amazing! I went into detox this time completely broken and battered from a year long IV heroin run. I had finally had enough and needed help (again). From the moment I arrived, I was met with loving staff and a beautiful facility. Withdrawal from heroin (fentanyl) is so excruciating and horrible, however the staff of nurses, doctors, therapists, and techs made it as comfortable as possible. When I finally felt better, I began to attend the groups - which were ran beautifully and thoughtfully... basic and light, not trying to overload the patients with too much information, and allowing questions to be asked for those who were in a recovery situation for the first time. The nightly commitments were incredible, sharing the message of NA or AA and giving experience, strength, and hope to patients who were at their lowest of lows. After a week at Serenity, I went on to further treatment for 30 days, followed by attending an IOP living at home. I have a sponsor, a home group, and am working the steps of NA. I will have 6 months clean/sober in November and life is REALLY good today! It all started with Serenity at Summit and I will be forever grateful for their program. Again— I have been to countless detoxes around the country and Serenity by far is the best. I recommend it to anyone I know who is struggling to get help from active addiction.

Facility Center Details

  • Residential Treatment
  • Detox Services
  • Behavioral Disorder Treatment
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Outpatient Services
  • Intensive Outpatient Services
  • Sober Living Home
  • Day School
  • Private Rooms
  • Pet Friendly
  • Exceptionally LGBT Friendly
  • Men Only
  • Women Only

Accreditation/License

  • CARF
  • JCAHO
  • ADP
  • NAATP

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Meet The Staff

Diane Mankus
Executive Director

Diane joined Serenity New England in 2017 with over 35 years of integrated managerial and clinical experience as a clinical and nursing director, RN, LCPC and pastoral counselor working with patients of all age groups struggling with mental illness, addiction, and oncology. She holds a bachelor of science degree in nursing from Northeastern University and a master of science degree in pastoral counseling from Loyola University. Her clinical, nursing and leadership experiences include acute inpatient hospitalization, partial hospitalization, detox, residential, outpatient and home care settings throughout the United States and Europe. She strives to promote a high standard of care by focusing on clinical excellence, patient and employee satisfaction, quality measures, in a safe and supportive environment. She works to develop an autonomous and innovative team of staff members, leads by example, manages programs, and promotes a collaborative team environment. She takes a holistic approach with attention to the integration of the medical, behavioral, mental health and pastoral aspects of the patient and their families while treating addiction and mental illness. “My passion in life is to help others who struggle with physical, emotional, and relational pain by providing holistic, safe, and peaceful care.”

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Tiffany Leyne
Detox Manager

Tiffany Leyne has been a professional in the healthcare industry for over 7 years working for a national toxicology lab supporting pain management and substance abuse facilities in New England and across the country. Over the course of seven years, she has worked in many facets of the business such as customer service representative, field service manager, corporate trainer, and national substance abuse manager, where she traveled around the country to work with various types of substance abuse programs. This opportunity gave her exposure to many different types of treatment options for all levels of care. After a short hiatus from the field, Tiffany realized her intense drive and desire to make a difference was her true passion, and that is what brought her to Serenity at Summit New England.

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Mary O'Neil
Treatment Consultant

Mary O’Neil is a marketing, public relations, and communications professional with over 20 years of experience. Prior to joining Summit Behavioral Health, O’Neil was a member of the senior leadership team at Merrimack Valley Hospital in Haverhill where she served as the director of marketing and public relations. She was later promoted to the northeast regional marketing director for Steward Health Care, the hospital’s parent company. In addition to a successful career in marketing and communications, O’Neil has held adjunct faculty positions at Northern Essex Community College and, most recently, at the Summerfuel Pre-College Program at Harvard where she teaches public speaking and debate. O’Neil is actively involved in her community and currently serves as the president of the board of directors for the Haverhill YMCA and as a member of the YMCAs of the North Shore corporate board of directors. In 2011, O’Neil was selected as a YWCA’s Woman of the Year and received the 2013 Book of Golden Deeds Award from the Exchange Club of Haverhill. O’Neil holds a master’s degree in visual and media arts from Emerson College in Boston.

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JC
5.0
Excellent
Amazing facility and amazing staff. I’ve unfortunately visited many and Serenity is by far the best. Great aftercare coordination. You can trust them to find a good path for you. Thank you!
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Thomas
4.7
Excellent
Very professional... motivating. After 45 years of drinking and drugging, I'm totally sober for well over a year so far.
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Lee.
No Rating
DO NOT GO!! DO. NOT LET ANYONE YOU CARE ABOUT GO!!!!!! They are a total scam, they promised me that their program included yoga, meditation, massage, acupuncture, individual counseling and family could be included as well. After the five day detox I had a plan to go to a different place for my residential treatment. The "consolers" then for the first time approached me and told me id get more individual counseling if I stayed at their two week program.. I made the mistake of trusting them. it was all a LIE!!!! after three weeks spent at Serenity I had one individual appointment the day before I left for 15 mins to talk about what my plans were.. when I wanted to leave to go to a different program they refused to let me use the phone to make plans to be transferred. When I finally refused to take the long list of pills they sedated me with until I was able to use the phone, the "counsler " told me that I couldn't call my family therapist to try and make aftercare plans.
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