The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper

Receive personalized addiction treatment in New Jersey or the Tri-State area.

100% confidential. Most insurance accepted.

Our Facility

Our modern, 55,000-square-foot, 90-bed facility is designed for comfort as you recover. Removed from the triggers of daily life, clients receive the latest in evidence-based treatment, upscale accommodations, therapeutic recreation and fitness activities for holistic health. The facility will offer a full continuum of care, including medical detox, residential services and outpatient programs.

Excellence You Can Trust

The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper’s treatment guidelines were built in partnership with Cooper University Health Care, the leading academic tertiary care health system in South New Jersey. Cooper has extensive experience treating patients with addiction, including its Addiction Medicine Program led by addiction medicine fellowship-trained and board-certified physicians. Our multidisciplinary team is made up of board-certified physicians, therapists, and nurses with postgraduate degrees or specialized certifications in addiction. As industry leaders, their combined experience helps guide you through the recovery process to long-term recovery.

The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper

761 Cuthbert Blvd Cherry Hill, NJ 08002 (856) 890-9449

Amenities and Activities

The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper promotes a balanced, healthy lifestyle in recovery with therapeutic and fitness activities onsite including:
  • Fully-equipped fitness facility
  • Indoor basketball half-court
  • Outdoor volleyball court
  • Yoga therapy
  • Game room
  • Entertainment lounges
  • Bocce ball & shuffleboard

Why Choose The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper?

Our approach to addiction treatment looks at the whole person, not just their addiction. Treating the mental and emotional symptoms that contribute to substance abuse addresses the root cause of addiction and supports long-term healing for our clients.

Levels of Care

The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper’s integrated team of medical professionals, clinicians and staff use an intake assessment to design a treatment plan around each client’s needs. Treatment often begins with medical detox, then transition to different step-down programs as the client progresses through stages of recovery. Below is a list of our planned levels of care to be offered when our doors open in the summer of 2020…

Medical Detox

Patients entering recovery generally start with medical detox, in which drugs or alcohol safely leave the body under 24-hour supervision. The type of substance used and duration will affect how long medical detox lasts. The medical staff works diligently to make this process as comfortable as possible, including medication when appropriate.

Inpatient Treatment

Sometimes referred to as residential treatment, patients in an inpatient treatment program stay at the facility for around-the-clock medical care, counseling, therapy and an array of therapeutic activities. Patients work on the underlying causes of their addiction with therapists and peers to prepare for life in recovery.

Partial Care Services

A partial care programs (PC) offer a little more freedom and flexibility than a full residential treatment program. Clients in partial care normally meet for treatment and therapy sessions during the day and return home at night. Before acceptance into a PC, patients have typically finished the detox process.

Intensive Outpatient

Intensive outpatient programming requires fewer hours of recovery programming per day and gives patients the chance to practice coping outside the facility. Medication, support groups and counseling remain part of the treatment plan as the patient begins to transition to normal life.

Outpatient Programming

When ready, individuals may transition into outpatient programming. Access to counseling and support continues, but with fewer hours and more privacy. For individuals who would prefer a more structured environment while transitioning from rehab back to daily life, sober living communities are a supportive environment where they can apply their new recovery skills.

Aftercare Planning

Lifelong recovery continues with an aftercare plan. Before completing treatment, addiction specialists equip clients with detailed plans and tools to address barriers and prevent relapse. They may also help you find local providers, support groups or sober housing.   The Weekly Recovery Compass program is part of the customized treatment plan created for each patient at our facility. The program helps identify and address potential setbacks in real-time by monitoring symptoms like depression, anxiety levels, sleep quality and substance cravings.

Types of Therapy Provided

Evidence-based treatment relies on extensive medical research and experience treating substance use disorders. Patients will receive one-on-one sessions with their therapist and group therapy sessions where they work on recovery skills with their peers. Each client’s treatment plan is personalized to their needs and may include one or more of the following therapies.
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: CBT has been used for decades to effectively treat substance use disorders. Clients are taught how to recognize high-risk situations, identify triggers and change their perceptions and behaviors about substance abuse to lead a healthier life.
  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy: Dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) modifies CBT to teach people to accept stressing thoughts and feelings rather than avoiding them. Accepting these feelings, managing them and changing behavior around them helps clients overcome their addiction.
  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy, often referred to as EMDR, helps clients resolve reprocess trauma to overcome it. EMDR helps clients cope with trauma and separate painful emotions from memories.
  • Holistic Therapies: As a mental health disorder, addiction requires treatment for the whole self, not just the addiction. Patients will have access to additional therapies that benefit their health, such as yoga therapy and art therapy. When medically appropriate, clients may benefit from family therapy, where loved ones participate in group therapy over the phone or in person.

Where We’re Located


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Meet the Team

Matt Mantone, Executive Director (MSW | LSW | LCADC)

Matt Mantone has joined Advanced Recovery Systems as our new Executive Director of The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper. Matt brings 15 years of leadership experience in both residential and outpatient substance abuse services. Matt holds a bachelor’s in social work from Rutgers University and a master’s in social work from Fordham University. Matt’s professional experience includes leadership positions with New Hope Integrated Behavioral Healthcare in Marlboro, NJ (142 beds) and Pyramid Healthcare in Hammonton, NJ (100 beds). Matt was tasked with the operational oversight of multi-site locations including the development of new facilities throughout New Jersey. Matt has served as a member of the New Jersey Opiate Task Force that helped develop initiatives to improve access and availability of treatment beds as well as an extensive expansion of MAT services throughout the state. Matt believes in a servant leadership style which entails inspiring stakeholders, empowering employees, establishing foundational changes and motivating people throughout an organization to serve others. He prides himself in creating a conducive recovery environment that promotes empathy and compassion for both our staff and consumers.

Larena Davis, Clinical Director (PhD | LPC | LCADC | CCS)

Dr. Larena Davis joins Advanced Recovery Systems as the Clinical Director for The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper. With 10+ years of clinical experience in addiction and co-occurring disorders, Larena provides contagious passion and energy to supervise the facility’s programming and daily clinical operations. Larena earned both her PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision and Master’s in Mental Health Counseling from Capella University in Minneapolis. Before joining our highly-qualified staff, she spent time in multiple leadership positions overseeing clinical operations for an 146-bed residential program and six outpatient sites. Larena has dedicated her career to being of service to others, creating a therapeutic environment where every person experiences compassionate care and can access the most effective and cutting-edge treatment options available. She enjoys empowering her teammates and helping them achieve a rewarding work experience where they can introduce positive change in people’s lives.

Kaitlan Baston, Medical Director (MD | MSc | DFASAM)

Dr. Kaitlan Baston is the Medical Director for The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper. She is an addiction medicine specialist, Assistant Professor of Medicine at Cooper Medical School of Rowan University, and holds multiple leadership positions at Cooper University Health Care. She graduated with honors from Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University, and received a Master’s degree in Neuroscience from Kings College in London. Improving access to high-quality, addiction treatment and resources is a driving force in her work at the facility and beyond. Kaitlan has helped secure more than $4 million in grants on a state and national level to improve and expand services for people with substance use disorders, including a program that cares for pregnant and parenting women with substance use disorders. Her work has landed her on SJ Magazine’s “Top Doctors” list three times from 2017 to 2019. She has also been recognized as a “Healthcare Hero” by NJBiz.

Joan Nicole Alloway, Director of Nursing (BSN, RN)

J. Nicole Alloway is the Director of Nursing at The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper. Originally from Greenville, SC, J. Nicole is a registered nurse and Drexel University graduate. Over the course of her career, she has worked for major organizations and hospitals, including University Health Services, Quest Diagnostics and the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. She brings extensive experience as a nursing assistant, lab assistant, phlebotomy supervisor and nurse to her current role.

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