More Info About Rehabs in Pennsylvania
If you or a loved on are looking into addiction treatment in Pennsylvania, there are a variety of facilities to meet different needs. Do your research about what each rehab offers and call us if you’d like some help in the process: 1-866-317-7050.
- In Pennsylvania, over 1 million people are dependent on or abusing alcohol and/or drugs each year.
- About 6% of people who need treatment for alcohol abuse receive it, and over 17% of people who need treatment for drug abuse receive it.
- Among 2014 treatment admissions, heroin was reported most often as the primary drug of abuse, followed by alcohol.
- On average, 7 people die from drug related causes in Pennsylvania. Many more overdose but survive.
- Most overdoses involve heroin, oxycodone, fentanyl, cocaine, or some combination of these substances.
Every treatment facility has different specializations and philosophies—and there are over 500 rehabs in Pennsylvania. Before you make a decision, sure to look into the services each has to offer.
Most facilities treat people with both alcohol and drug abuse problems. Some rehabs provide substance abuse treatment treatment alongside mental health services—known as dual diagnosis rehabs.
There are mostly outpatient treatment facilities in Pennsylvania, but there are also options for inpatient or residential treatment. Every facility accepts different payment options, like different private or government-funded insurance plans, as well as cash payment. For clients who cannot afford treatment services, around 40% of rehabs in Pennsylvania will offer treatment at no charge.
Many will also offer mental health screenings, urine testing for drugs or alcohol, intervention services, and anger management sessions. The Pennsylvania Department of Health has a treatment facility locator page to aid you in your search.
The Pennsylvania Alliance of Recovery Residences (PARR) is a nonprofit organization, which oversees the standards and quality of recovery residences across the state. The group ensures that there are safe and supportive housing options for people leaving treatment in Pennsylvania.
There’s a lot to consider when choosing a treatment facility, so don’t go at it alone. Call us and we can help find a quality rehab that meets your needs: 1-866-317-7050
- Substance abuse assessments and diagnoses
- Individual, group, and family counseling sessions
- Relapse-prevention training and cognitive-behavioral therapy
- 12-step work and connection with local support groups
- Discharge planning and aftercare—like sober living or case management services
- Pennsylvania’s Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs (DDAP) coordinates the state’s efforts to prevent addiction, improve treatment services, and promote recovery in local communities. The department is responsible for licensing all treatment providers statewide.
- The Pennsylvania Department of Human Services provides community substance abuse programs through Single County Authorities (SCAs), based on a person’s eligibility for funding and their need for treatment.
- The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania, Inc. is a private non-profit organization, dedicated to prevention, education, advocacy, and recovery support. Their aim is to reduce or eliminate stigmas that prevent people from seeking treatment.
- POWER, or the Pennsylvania Organization for Women in Early Recovery, helps women reclaim their lives from addiction. They have several licensed treatment programs geared towards women and provide recovery support within Pennsylvania communities.
- The Pennsylvania Certification Board (PCB) is a private, non-profit corporation that implements certifications for addictions professionals and offers voluntary credentialing.
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Alternatives to finding addiction treatment or learning about substance:
- SAMHSA Treatment Finder at SAMHSA.gov
- National Institute On Drug Abuse at DrugAbuse.gov
- Mental Health & Substance Abuse at USA.gov
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