Addiction Treatment Programs for the Modern Age
Summit Hill Wellness offers both online and in-person addiction treatment programs for substance abuse, alcoholism, gambling addiction, and other behavioral health disorders.
For those without access to treatment in their area, physical disability, familial or job responsibilities, etc. having a remote treatment option is invaluable. That’s why Summit Hill was among the first treatment centers to offer online outpatient services in addition to our in-person options.
Don’t have access to great care where you live?
Worried about unnecessary exposure to illness?
Tied up during the day with work or family responsibilities?
Summit Hill has the solution for you.
We began developing smartIOP in 2013 with a vision to aid people in remote areas or who could not make time to treat their addiction. Since then, the company has developed multiple treatment programs and now has multiple online programs for substance and alcohol abuse, and we continue to offer specialized programs for gambling addiction, adolescent behavioral health, and a host of other treatment protocols. We pioneered the notion of a smartSponsor, a patient-selected coach to help ensure patient success along the way. Learn more about smartIOP
Once we launched smartIOP and found that patients loved the flexibility and great results, Summit Hill developed two other online programs, Remote IOP and Remote PHP. These protocols give patients more rigorous treatment options, adding more group therapy sessions, educational material and, in the case of Remote PHP, a weekly psychiatric assessment – all from wherever a patient might be.
Summit Hill History
Summit Hill sprouted from its sister company, Williamsville Wellness in 2019. Williamsville is a residential treatment center focused on helping patients with alcohol and substance abuse and other compulsive behavior disorders. Robert W. Cabaniss Jr. (“Bob”) founded Williamsville in 2007, and continues to lead the companies today. Bob opened the now twenty-six-bed facility in his family’s historic home outside Richmond, Virginia with a mission to help those struggling with addiction. In 2011, the Fire Lane house opened to expand care for more people, adding 8 additional beds. Since its inception, hundreds of people have sought out treatment at Williamsville Wellness to break the bonds of addiction.