Pennsylvania (PA) Drug and Alcohol Abuse Rehab Center

    Drug and alcohol abuse can take an immense toll on a person’s life—affecting their ability to perform in nearly all areas of life. But addiction is an actual brain disease, and quitting isn’t always as easy as some people may think. The qualified and dedicated staff at Pennsylvania’s rehab treatment centers understand what you’re going through and are ready to help you overcome your personal barriers to recovery.

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    Pinnacle Treatment Services of Aliquippa
    400 Woodland Road Aliquippa, PA 15001
    Gage House Dual Diagnosis
    1813 Holland Street Erie, PA 16504
    White Deer Run
    115 Farley Cir # 303 Lewisburg, PA 17837
    Behavioral Wellness & Recovery
    1301 Wrights Lane E West Chester, PA 19382
    The Gate House For Men
    649 East Main Street Lititz, PA 17543
    Steps to Recovery
    1400 Veterans Highway Levittown, PA 19056
    New Directions Treatment Services
    2442 Brodhead Road Bethlehem, PA 18020
    Self Help Movement Inc
    2600 Southampton Road Philadelphia, PA 19116
    Greenbriar Treatment Center New Kensington
    701 4th Avenue New Kensington, PA 15068
    Mirmont Treatment Center
    100 Yearsley Mill Road Media, PA 19063
    Alpine Springs Rehabilitation and Recovery
    226 West Erie Street Linesville, PA 16424
    White Deer Run of Blue Mountain
    8284 Leaser Road Kempton, PA 19529
    Gaudenzia Erie
    414 West 5th Street Erie, PA 16507
    Malvern Institute - Willow Grove
    240 Fitzwatertown Road Willow Grove, PA 19090
    Malvern Institute, Malvern
    940 West King Road Malvern, PA 19355
    Kirkbride Center
    111 North 49th Street Philadelphia, PA 19139
    Greenbriar Treatment Center - Washington
    800 Manor Drive Washington, PA 15301
    Gateway Rehab - Squirrel Hill
    5818 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15217
    Livengrin
    4833 Hulmeville Rd. Bensalem, PA 19020
    Gateway Rehab
    100 Moffett Run Road Aliquippa, PA 15001
    ARC Manor
    200 Oak Avenue Kittanning, PA 16201
    Cove Forge Behavioral Health
    202 Cove Forge Road Williamsburg, PA 16693
    White Deer Run of York
    106 Davies Drive York, PA 17402
    Gateway Rehab - Moffett House
    1215 7th Avenue Beaver Falls, PA 15010
    Greenbriar Treatment Center - Squirrel Hill
    1928 1/2 Murray Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15217
    White Deer Run
    53 North West End Avenue Lancaster, PA 17603
    NET-STEPS (North East Treatment)
    2205 Bridge Street Philadelphia, PA 19137
    Greenbriar Treatment Center North Strabane
    1840 Washington Road (Route 19) Washington, PA 15301
    Bowling Green Brandywine Treatment Center
    1375 Newark Road Kennett Square, PA 19348
    Penn Foundation, Inc.
    807 Lawn Avenue Sellersville, PA 18960
    New Insights II, Inc. - Lemoyne
    716 State Street Lemoyne, PA 17043
    Turning Point
    4849 US 322 Franklin, PA 16323
    New Perspective at White Deer Run
    3030 Chestnut Street Lebanon, PA 17042
    The Ranch Pennsylvania
    1166 Hilts Road Wrightsville, PA 17368
    Cove Forge of Erie
    1921 W. 8th Street Erie, PA 16505
    Glenbeigh Outpatient Center of Erie
    4906 Richmond Street Erie, PA 16509
    New Insights
    517 Carlisle Ave York, PA 17404
    Sojourner House
    5460 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15206
    Gate House For Women
    465 West Main Street Mountville, PA 17554
    Northwestern Human Services
    11082 Knights Road Philadelphia, PA 19154
    Mountain Laurel Recovery Center
    355 Church Street Westfield, PA 16950
    Tom Rutter House
    100 Moffett Run Road Aliquippa, PA 15001
    Roxbury Treatment Center
    25 Penncraft Ave # 312 Chambersburg, PA 17201
    Community House Inc
    521 West 7th Street Erie, PA 16502
    Interim House West Inc
    4108 Parkside Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19104
    HSA Counseling Inc
    321 North Market Lancaster, PA 17603
    Family Links Family Treatment Center
    843 Climax Way Pittsburgh, PA 15210
    Parkside Recovery
    5000 Parkside Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19131
    Treatment Trends Inc Confront Program
    1130 Walnut Street Allentown, PA 18102
    Esper Treatment Center
    25 West 18th Street Erie, PA 16501
    Greenbriar Treatment Center Wexford
    6200 Brooktree Rd Wexford, PA 15090
    Treatment Trends Inc
    24 South 5th Street Allentown, PA 18101
    Berks Counseling Center
    645 Penn St, 2nd Floor Reading, PA 19601
    Gaudenzia Lancaster
    208 East King Street Lancaster, PA 17602
    A Better Today Inc
    1339 North Main Avenue Scranton, PA 18508
    Mission New Life
    39 West Vine Street Lancaster, PA 17603
    Casa de Consejeria Inc
    213 West Allegheny Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19133
    Alternatives Regional Chemical Abuse Program
    70 South 22nd Street Pittsburgh, PA 15203
    Wedge Medical Center
    3609 North Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19140
    Abstinent Living at the Turning Point
    199 North Main Street Washington, PA 15301
    Daniel Snow Recovery
    361 West 5th Street Erie, PA 16507
    Teen Challenge Philadelphia Womens Home
    329 East Wister Street Philadelphia, PA 19144
    Greenbriar Treatment Center Lighthouse for Men
    1820 Washington Road Washington, PA 15301
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      PA Substance Abuse Facts

      When you suffer from a drug or alcohol addiction, every day can feel like a struggle, and you may feel like you’re all alone. But many people face the same challenges you do—and you don’t have to look far to find them.

      Recent surveys reveal that among Pennsylvania (PA) residents, substance abuse reaches into every corner of the state:1-3

      • Of all PA residents older than 12, 0.55% of them had used in heroin in 2014-15.
      • Approximately 6.4% of the state’s population (699,000 people) suffered from an alcohol addiction that year.
      • Among Pennsylvania teens during the survey period, 11.4% of them used alcohol for the first time, 4.6% first tried marijuana, and 3.8% began smoking cigarettes.
      • Of all of the state’s residents older than 12, more than 1.3 million reported using marijuana between 2014 and 2015.
      • In Pennsylvania, drug overdoses took the lives of 700 residents in 2015—more than twice as many as those who died from a homicide the same year.

      Getting Addiction Treatment Help in PA

      Clearly, if you suffer from an addiction to drugs or alcohol, you are not alone. You also have many ways to find treatment for your substance use disorder. A good place to start is right here. Either search our directory of providers—both in Pennsylvania (PA) and elsewhere, if you prefer somewhere away from the distractions and potential triggers of everyday life—or call our experienced treatment consultants who can walk you through your options at 1-888-744-0069 .

      You can also ask your family doctor, counselor, or church leader for a trusted referral to a treatment professional or organization. The benefits department of your health insurance company is an excellent resource for local treatment providers, too, and you can discuss any options your plan includes for out of state programs, if you so desire.

      Where Else Can I Find Help in PA?

      In addition to the above options, you can also explore Pennsylvania’s state and regional programs for those with no insurance or for those whose plans provide extremely limited coverage. Federal plans like Medicaid provide additional options if you have a limited income, and representatives can direct you to participating treatment programs.

      Individual treatment centers are often willing to work with you on various payment options too. Sometimes, they offer a sliding scale based on your income and other factors, and many will work out a payment plan that allows you to get the treatment you need now while giving you time to pay it off.

      In some cases, treatment centers or local charitable organizations offer partial or full scholarships specifically for substance abuse treatment. Usually, it’s simply a matter of asking what’s available and taking the steps to apply.

      Resources in Pennsylvania

      No matter which option you choose, reaching out today to get the help you need may be the best decision you ever make.

      Sources

      1. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2017). Behavioral Health Barometer: Pennsylvania.
      2. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2016). National Survey on Drug Use and Health: State Findings, Pennsylvania.
      3. Philadelphia Department of Public Health. (2016). The Epidemic of Overdoses from Opioids in Philadelphia.
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