Residential Treatment Services
Clergy and Religious receive holistic, individualized care for addictions and behavioral health in a safe, comfortable, residential setting with the benefits of community living, spiritual life, and 24-hr supervision, for return to effective ministry.
Vocational assessments are provided for seminarians, religious life, the permanent diaconate, incardination, return to ministry, ministry difficulties, and aging concerns. We also provide therapy, counseling, and spiritual direction.
Leadership support is readily available. We listen, help navigate, mediate, and resolve difficult situations that may arise in dioceses and religious communities.
Education and Wellness Programs
Our programs are tailored to meet the needs of diocesan and religious leadership, presbyterates, communities, national assemblies, chapters, and healthy parish life.
The Saint John Vianney Center has been accredited by The Joint Commission as a behavioral health provider since 1989. The Joint Commission accreditation and certification is recognized nationwide as a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to meeting certain performance standards. The Saint John Vianney Center is proud to be affiliated with The Joint Commission and its mission to “continuously improve health care for the public, in collaboration with other stakeholders, by evaluating health care organizations and inspiring them to excel in providing safe and effective care of the highest quality”. It is our honor to have earned, and continue to maintain, The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval®, after an on-site survey by a Joint Commission survey team at least every three years.
To report a patient safety event or concern, please use this online form which goes directly to The Joint Commission.
The Saint John Vianney Center is licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health as an inpatient behavioral healthcare facility providing addictive disease and co-occurring treatment services.
The Pennsylvania Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs is a cabinet-level agency in the Government of Pennsylvania under Governor Tom Wolf. The objective of this department is to manage and distribute state and federal funds used to oversee alcohol and drug prevention, intervention and treatment services.
Saint John Vianney Center is licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare as a licensed private psychiatric hospital.