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Pennsylvania Resources


Pennsylvania understands that there is an addiction epidemic that is currently ongoing throughout their state. They work to provide further help to those that are suffering from these addictions. They offer state-funding programs like Medicaid, medicare and medi-cal to those residents of Pennsylvania.

Bills have recently been passed to increase the amount of addiction recovery treatment programs are readily available to those in need throughout the state. Those that actually need treatment and seek it find themselves falling victim to the rehab trap. However, with an increase in the way that these individuals can ask and receive help, this should no longer be an issue. These rehabs are making money off of the relapses that people go through, without actually treating them for good.

There are resources provided below for those in the Medicaid, medicare and medi-cal programs, not private insurance that require further help. Find help for any addiction you’re suffering from in Pennsylvania.

Veterans Affairs Medical Center (Addiction Treatment Program)

325 New Castle Road, Domiciliary (55), Butler, PA 16001

Phone: (724) 477-5033 https://www.butler.va.gov/

Ce’Ja Counseling Service

35 North Third Street, Oxford, PA 19363

Phone: (610) 344-0554

  • Payment Methods: State Insurance (Other than Medicaid) and Access to Recovery (ATR) Voucher

UHS Keystone Center (Key Recovery Outpatient)

722 East Butler Pike, Ambler, PA 19002

Phone: (215) 842-4825 www.keystonecenter.net

Gaudenzia Erie Inc (Community House II) – 521 West 7th Street, Erie, PA 16502

Phone: (814) 459-5853 www.gaudenziaerie.org

Veterans Affairs Medical Center (Substance Abuse Trt Unit (SARRTP))

1700 South Lincoln Avenue, Lebanon, PA 17042

Phone: (717) 272-6621×4218 www.va.gov

PA Veterans Affairs Med Ctr (PVAMC) (Substance Abuse Treatment Center)

University and Woodland Avenues, Mail Stop 116, Philadelphia, PA 19104

3900 Woodland Ave,Philadelphia, PA , 19104 Phone: (215) 823-4300 / 215-823-5809 / (215) 823-5800

https://www.philadelphia.va.gov/ Health Care: 1-877-222-VETS (8387)

Veterans Crisis Line: 1-800-273-8255 Press 1

  • Offers suboxone tapering/maintanence/detox, naltrexone detoxification, methadone maintanence and detox, inpatient detox services, outpatient services
  • detox assistance for those who are hearing impaired
  • accepts medicare/Medicaid

U-Turn For Christ

20170 Patterson Ave., Perris, CA 92570 (main offc)

Phone: 951-943-7097 or 951-943-2233 Email: info(AT)uturnforchrist.com

Lebanon, Pennsylvania *(570)-259-3753 http://uturnforchrist.com

five hundred dollar per month donation, with a minimum two-month commitment, payable upon arrival

•Anyone can enroll as long as they are over the age of 18, not a registered sex offender, and sober for least 24 hours prior to enrolling

•Please note that if the Courts allow an individual to participate in our program in lieu of incarceration, we do require the enrollee to complete both phases, Phase-1 (2-months) and Phase-2 (6-months), making their total commitment to the program a minimum of 8-months.

•Accepts men and women

New Life For Girls

– 6743 N. Ashland, Chicago, Illinois 60626 773-764-3367

http://newlifeforgirls.org/ nlfgdoverpa(AT)aol.com

  • women ages 18 and up, as well as mothers and their children
  • residential program

6 Locations:

  1. New Life For Girls (Main Campus) :: Dover, PA – Box 170, 5925 Lewisberry Rd.Dover, Pa. 17315 717-266-5614 Rev. Jose Pacheco, Executive Director
  2. Mothers & Children’s Center :: Glen Rock, PA – P.O. Box 157, Glen Rock, Pa. 17327 717-235-6295 Bradley & Rachel Stull, Directors
  3. Southeast New Life For Girls, Westminster, MD – 806 Littlestown Pike, Westminster, Maryland 21157 410-848-1360 Rev. Susie Matos, Director
  4. New Life For Girls of Lancaster, PA – 342 Chestnut St, Lancaster, Pa. 17603 717-399-5435 Audrey Briscoe, Director
  5. North Central New Life For Girls, Chicago, IL – 6743 N. Ashland, Chicago, Illinois 60626 773-764-3367 Dianna Salem, Director
  6. New Life For Girls of Fresno, CA – 207 N. Broadway, Fresno, California 93701 559-486-2515 Rev. Robert & Rebecca Solorio

New Beginnings

8607 Route 414, Canton, PA 17724

Phone: (570) 364-8391 E-mail: Mark(AT)NewBeginningsRehab.org Mark Burlingame, Director

  • four-month residential faith based
  • monthly fee of $600.00 are all meals, lodging, transportation and all the instructional teaching materials the student will need

BETHESDA PROJECT

907 Hamilton St, Philadelphia ,PA 19123

phone: (215) 985-1600 / Fax: (215) 732-8214

E-Mail: info(AT)bethesdaproject.org Website: http://bethesdaproject.org

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE – 1630 South St, Philadelphia, PA, 19146 Ph (215) 985-1600

12 locations see website for location info. Men/women programs

SELF INC

– 1425 Arch St, 4rd Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19102

phone: (215) 496-9610 / Fax: (215) 496-9551

E-Mail: self(AT)selfincorp.org Website: http://www.selfincorp.org/

Various housing and recovery programs for men & women

FAMILY HOUSE NOW

– 1020 North 48th St, Philadelphia PA 19131

phone: (215) 878-8616 / Fax: (215) 878-8603

E-Mail: fhn-phila(AT)rhd.org Website: www.rhd.org

Various housing and recovery programs for men and women

PHILADELPHIA BROTHERHOOD MISSION

401 E. Girard Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19125

phone: (267) 581-2755 E-Mail: info(AT)pbrm.org Website: http://pbrm.org

edorsey48(AT)comcast.net

  • Recovery Through Faith Program an 18-month long-term addiction recovery program

LIGHT OF LIFE RESCUE MISSION

10 E. North Avenue (P.O. Box 6823), Pittsburgh, PA 15212

phone: (412) 258-6100 Website: http://www.lightoflife.org

913 Western Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15233

  • Men’s Life Recovery Program
  • Free program
  • Application on website

YORK RESCUE MISSION

363-373 West Market St, York, PA 17405-1968

phone: (717) 845-7662 / Fax: (717) 848-4831 Website: http://www.yorkrescuemission.org/

Pam Billet, Women’s Director Email: pbillet(AT)yorkrescuemission.org Phone: 717-845-5947

Matthew Carey (mens) Email: mcarey(AT)yorkrescuemission.org Phone: 717-845-7662

Men’s Shelter – 367 West Market Street, York, PA

  • Fresh Start Program: A 30 day program to help all women
  • New Creation Bridge Housing Program: A long-term transitional housing program designed to offer support services for single women and mothers. This will give them time to make the adjustment from supportive to interdependent living.
  • Women & Children’s Shelter: An emergency shelter for women and their children who are homeless for various reasons. The shelter provides: food, shelter, clothing, counseling and advice on case management.
  • Spiritual Life Recovery Program: A 46-bed program for men
  • Transient Care: A 28-bed emergency shelter for men. Supportive guidance, Chapel, meals and clothing are provided.
  • Temporary Senior Foster Care: A 11-bed program for men 55 and older, who are alone and in need of a support system.

BHS Regional Recovery Center

– Butler First Step –

724-284-4357 / 1-800-831-2468 http://www.butlerfirststep.org/

  • offers outpatient services that include partial hospitalization treatment group and morning and evening intensive outpatient groups as well as relapse prevention group and traditional one-on-one counseling.
  • Medicaid accepted

Southwest Behavioral Care Inc

Torrance State Hospital 208 Grove Road 1st Floor

Torrance, Pennsylvania 15779

Dr Warren E Smith Health Centers

1315 Windrim Ave, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19141

GPASS Safe

Greater Philadelphia Asian Social Service Center

4943 North 5th Street , Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19120 Ph (215) 456-1662/ Fax: 215-456-1664

Mr. Robert Stringer, Jr. MS, Executive Director 215-456-1662 Ext. 118 rstringer(AT)gpasspa.org

Mr. Jordan Bowser, BA, Clinical Director 215-456-1662 Ext. 120, jbowser(AT)gpasspa.org

Valesca Breval, MA, Financial Specialist 215-456-1662 Ext. 125, valescab(AT)gpasspa.org

http://www.gpasspa.org/

  • Outpatient / MAT – Suboxone
  • Adult Unit for Males and Females ages 18 and up / Adolescent Unit for Males and Females 14 to 20

Kensington Hospital

136 West Diamond St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19122

Ph (215) 426-8100 & (215) 291-6005 / fax 267-861-6416 Lespinosa(AT)kensingtonhospital.org

  • Conventional HIV Blood Test / Rapid HIV Blood Test / Hepatitis C Test
  • Accepts Medicaid insurance for detox
  • Offers methadone maintanence and detox
  • Offers inpatient detox services
  • Offers detox assistance for those who are hearing impaired / detox programs for young adults
  • Hospital Inpatient Treatment
  • Providing substance abuse treatment, detoxification, methadone maintenance, and methadone detox with outpatient care and hospitalization or inpatient care. Adolescents or teens, dual diagnosis or persons with co-occuring disorders, persons with HIV or AIDS, women, and men are supported for drug treatment. Medicaid, medicare, private health insurance, and self payment is accepted with payment assistance. Includes spanish language services.

North Philadelphia Health System / Girard Med Ctr

1600 West Girard Ave, Philadelphia, PA , 19122 Ph 215-787-2407 / (215) 787-9000 http://www.nphs.com/ Girard Medical Center 215-787-2000 (formerly St Joseph Hospital) Girard Medical Center (GMC), located on 801 West Girard Ave

  • Dual Diagnosis Detox & Substance Abuse Rehab Center
  • Offers naltrexone detoxification
  • Offers methadone maintanence and detox
  • Offers inpatient detox services
  • Accepts Medicaid / Medicare insurance for detox
  • detox assistance for those who are hearing impaired
  • Health Plans Accepted : Aetna US Healthcare Hospital, Aetna US Healthcare Physician, Americhoice of PA Hospital, Americhoice of PA Physician, Health Partners Hospital, Health Partners Physician, Keystone Health Plan East Hospital, Keystone Health Plan East Physician, Keystone Mercy Physician, Oaktree Hospital
  • 35 bed Drug&Alcohol Detoxification & Rehabilitation

Penn Presbyterian Medical Center

PH 215-662-8000 / 800-789-7366 https://www.pennmedicine.org

51 North 39 Street Wright Saunders First Floor Building, Philadelphia, PA , 19104

  • Offers naltrexone detoxification / inpatient detox services
  • Accepts Medicaid/medicare
  • Offers detox programs for young adults

PARKSIDE RECOVERY

5429 Germantown Ave 2nd Floor, Philadelphia, PA , 19144

Ph 215-754-0240 / 888-647-0020 | 888-NHS-0020

NHS Corporate Headquarters 620 E. Germantown Pike, Lafayette Hill, PA 19444

http://www.nhsonline.org contact(AT)nhsonline.org

  • Offers methadone / suboxone maintanence and detox, outpatient services
  • Offers detox assistance for Spanish speaking indvidiuals
  • Accepts medicare/Medicaid
  • Narcotic outpatient detoxification program
  • Medication management, including Methadone and SUBOXONE
  • HIV counseling/testing and drug screening
  • Annual TB testing, as well as Hepatitis B & C screening upon request

White Deer Run

901 Westminster Dr, Williamsport, Pennsylvania 17701

Drug and Alcohol Services Crossroad

414 West 5th St, Erie, Pennsylvania 16507

Clear Concepts Counseling

24 North Main St, Lewistown, Pennsylvania 17044

Wyoming Valley

49 South Main St Pittston, Pennsylvania 18640

Holcomb Behavioral Health Systems

225 South 69th St, Upper Darby, Pennsylvania 19082

Center for Mental Health

6th and Spruce Street Building K, West Reading, Pennsylvania 19611

Deerfield Centers for Addictions Trt

514 West 3rd Street, Warren, Pennsylvania 16365

Care Center Inc

75 East Maiden Street Suite 100, Washington, Pennsylvania 15301

Butler Regional Recovery Program

216 North Washington St, Butler, Pennsylvania 16001

People Acting To Help Inc (PATH)

8220 Castor Ave, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19152

Cove Forge Renewal Center at Johnstown

624 Broad St, Johnstown, Pennsylvania 15906

Wedge Medical Center

2009 South Broad St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19148

Cove Forge Behavorial Health System

202 Cove Forge Road, Williamsburg, Pennsylvania 16693

Medical Technical Rehab Servs LLC

1037 Compass Circle, Greensburg, Pennsylvania 15601

Clem Mar House Inc

540-542 Main St, Edwardsville, Pennsylvania 18704

Wellspan Behavioral Health

1101 South Edgar Street Suite A, York, Pennsylvania 17403

Libertae Inc

5245 Bensalem Boulevard, Bensalem, Pennsylvania 19020

Parkside Recovery

11082 Knights Road, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19154

Southwest NU Stop

1609 Popular Street,Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103

Step By Step Inc

375 Linden Street Lower Level, Allentown, Pennsylvania 18102

Pyramid Healthcare Inc

830 6th Ave, Altoona, Pennsylvania 16602

Manito Inc

7564 Browns Mill Road , Chambersburg, Pennsylvania 17202

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services Inc

118 Chestnut Street, Port Allegany, Pennsylvania 16743

Recovery Concepts

9528 Lincoln Highway Suite 6, Bedford, Pennsylvania 15522

Twin Lakes Center for

130 West Penn Street, Bedford, Pennsylvania 15522

SPHS Behavioral Health

408 8th Street Suite 1, New Kensington, Pennsylvania 15068

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services Inc.

9 Field Street, Kane, Pennsylvania 16735

Lebanon Treatment Center

3030 Chestnut St, Lebanon, Pennsylvania 17042

Greenbriar Treatment Center

1840 Washington Road, Washington, Pennsylvania 15301

Alliance Medical Services Inc

739 Ensign Ave, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15226

Kirkbride Center

111 North 49th St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19139

Addiction Specialists

1023 Pittsburgh Street Suites 101-105, Uniontown, Pennsylvania 15401

Greenbriar Treatment Center

800 Manor Dr, Washington, Pennsylvania 15301

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services Inc

2 Main Street Seneca Bldg Ste 600, Bradford, Penn 16701

A Better Today Inc

21 North Church Street, Hazleton, Pennsylvania 18201

Catholic Charities

331 South Main St, Washington, Pennsylvania 15301

Pennsylvania Counseling Services

128 North George St, York, Pennsylvania 17401

Valley Forge Medical Center

1033 West Germantown Pike, Norristown, Pennsylvania 19403

Gateway Rehabilitation Center

Main Campus – 100 Moffett Run Rd, Center Township, PA 15001

1-800-472-1177

  • provides detox, inpatient, outpatient and halfway house services services for adults,
  • locations in Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, Erie, Washington and Westmoreland counties.
  • Medicaid accepted

Turning Point Chemical Dependency Treatment Center

4849 U.S. 322, Franklin, PA 16323

admissions 814-437-1750 or 888-272-8922 https://turningpointtreatment.com/

  • Detox / Inpatient
  • For the uninsured, we offer competitive self-pay rates to provide affordable treatment.

White Deer Run/Cove Forge/Bowling Green

866-769-6822 www.whitedeerrun.com www.bowlinggreenbrandywine.com

http://www.bowlinggreenbrandywine.com/ – Medicaid accepted

Women For Sobriety, Inc.

P.O. Box 618, Quakertown, PA – 18951 (215) 536-8026

Fax: (215) 538-9026 contact(AT)womenforsobriety.org

http://womenforsobriety.org/beta2/ https://www.facebook.com/WomenForSobriety/

  • self-help recovery program for women alcoholics.
  • a thirteen statement program of positivity that encourages emotional and a spiritual growt
  • faith based

New Image Gaudenzia, Inc

– 1300 E, Philadelphia, PA – 19138 PH: 215-924-6322

Gaudenzia Erie Inc – 521 West 7th Street, Erie, Pennsylvania 16502

Gaudenzia Erie Inc – 141 West 11th Street, Erie, Pennsylvania 16501

Gaudenzia Inc – 1030 South Concord Road, West Chester, Pennsylvania 19382

Gaudeniza – 1301 Derry Street Suite 202, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17104

Gaudenzia Inc – 5401 Wayne Avenue , Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19144

Gaudenzia Inc – 1306 Spring Garden Street 1st Floor, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19123

Gaudenzia Inc – 2039 North 2nd Street , Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17102

Gaudenzia Erie Inc – 414 West 5th Street, Erie, Pennsylvania 16507

  • Gaudenzia’s New Image program is a residential substance abuse treatment for women and their children at the Stenton Center in the city of Philadelphia. It is intended for homeless women with dependent children. New Image will accommodate 18 women and children.
  • SERVICES OFFERED:
  • Individual Counseling – at least 1 hour per week
  • Group Therapy – three times per week
  • Family Therapy – once per week or as indicated
  • Life Skills Training – daily responsibility and interaction in progressive roles within the therapeutic community
  • Educational Classes – twice per week at level determined through initial evaluation
  • Vocational Planning, Training and Referral – as indicated in individual treatment plan
  • Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, and other support groups, scheduled at least twice a week in the facility and recommended two to three times per week during intensive phase of treatment
  • Parenting/Child Development Workshops – 2 times per week.
  • Counseling staff work closely with each client to provide for access to services which may be needed from other agencies.
  • residential treatment lasting typically six months. There is also a day care and prevention component for the children in the program. The project is housed in one wing of a large shelter facility, the Stenton Center in the East Mount Airy section of the city.
  • The program serves substance-abusing homeless women with up to two dependent children under the age of 10.
  • Chemical dependency may be categorized as either drug or alcohol (or cross-addiction), but should be the primary dysfunctional diagnosis.
  • Pregnant women will be admitted regardless of whether they have a dependent child. Applicants must be physically capable of participating in the therapeutic process and personal and child caretaking.
  • It is not possible to accept candidates with severely limiting physical or mental handicaps, nor is the program suitable for those with a chronic and/or active psychosis.
  • Clients must be able to communicate orally in English. Eligibility is based on an initial interview with program staff.
  • Individuals with a history of violent crime, arson or child abuse are considered on an individual basis.
  • Clients must be detoxified, if necessary, before admission to the program.

Iterim House

333 W Upsal St, Philadelphia, PA – 19119 PH: 215-849-4606

http://www.interimhouse.org/

admissions coordinator, Karen Higgins at karenh(AT)phmc.org

Iterim House West For Women – 1020 N. 48th Street, Philadelphia, PA – 19131 PH 215-878-8616

women and their children, 4108 East Parkside Avenue, provides substance abuse treatment for 20 women and cares for up to 45 of their children

  • not not guaranteed to be free but all listing are either free sliding scale. Interim House accepts clients funded under the Community Behavioral Health program of Philadelphia’s Department of Behavioral Health and Mental Retardation Service and coordinates financial support for uninsured patients.
  • faith based
  • 3 – 6 month residential treatment center for women.
  • 60 licensed outpatient service slots and 25-bed residential program
  • provides a range of structured activities 12 hours per day in its residential program
  • facilities also include a separate art studio
  • Staff members are available by phone at all times, day or night, 7 days per week

THE BRIDGE

1100 Adams Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19124

Michael Ogden, Program Director -PH 215.342.5000/fax 215.592.4174

www.thebridgephiladelphia.org bridgereferrals(AT)phmc.org

  • offers long- and short-term residential programs for up to 38 adolescent males between the ages of 14 and 18
  • approximately three to nine months depending upon how he progresses in treatment.
  • The Bridge operates a licensed private school on its grounds. The credits your loved one achieves while at The Bridge will be transferred to his high school when he leaves.

Family House N.O.W. (New Options for Women)

1020 N. 48th St, Philadelphia, PA – 19131 Ph 215-878-8616

fhn-phila(AT)rhd.org vernetta.simmons(AT)rhd.org

  • Residential treatment program for homeless/pregnant/parent with co-occurring mental illness and drug abuse.
  • Services include psychiatric care, life skills training, and parenting training.
  • Residential Short-Term Treatment and Residential Long-Term Treatment
  • Accepts military insurance
  • two locations in Pennsylvania; the Family House Now facility in Philadelphia and Family House in Norristown and an additional facility in Terrytown, Louisiana
  • Residents typically stay in the program for six months
  • never more than nine clients in residence at a time
  • All clients are required to be on public assistance, Supplemental Security Income (SSI) or food stamps, though these benefits are set up for them during their initial evaluation if they are not already receiving them. Each month, half of each woman’s benefits go into a house fund which is used for weekly grocery shopping trips. It is worth noting that this collective fund is also how clients pay for treatment at Family House Now, though each person receives their remaining stipend at the end of their stay. This fund also helps pay for occasional group outings.
  • dual diagnosis support
  • Family House Now Cost: Covered through public assistance funds (30 days)

GENESIS II – Caton Village Substance Abuse Treatment For Women

1239 Spring Garden St, Philadelphia, PA 19123

Ph 215-978-8010 Fax (215) 978-7089

  • Long term residential treatment center for substance abusing women and their children.
  • Average length of stay is 6 months.
  • Service capacity is 21.
  • Maximum number of children per mother is four, between the ages of birth and 12 years
  • Forms of Payment Accepted: Forms of Payment Accepted: Medicaid State financed insurance (other than Medicaid) Payment Assistance: Payment Assistance: Payment assistance (Check with facility for details)

New Jerusalem Laura Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center

– 2101 W Norris St, Philadelphia, PA – 19121

Ph 215-763-8806/ (215) 787-9988 http://newjerusalemnow.org/

  • Men and Women
  • Holistic care
  • Free

St Elizabeth’s Recovery House

1850 North Croskey St, Philadelphia, PA – 19121

Ph (215) 763-1820 https://projecthome.org/locations/st-elizabeths-recovery-residence

Project HOME, 1515 Fairmount Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19130

Phone: 215-232-7272 • Fax: 215-232-7277 • Healthcare Fax: 215-236-2308

Email: info(AT)projecthome.org

  • 26 single room occupancy units for men who are homeless and have a substance use disorder
  • with or without a co-occurring mental illness.
  • Residents pay 30% of their income for rent and $20 per week for food.
  • housing programs offer permanent, subsidized housing for individuals and families who had been homeless. Most residents come to Project HOME from a safe haven, a shelter or from the streets
  • Veterans must be eligible for VA medical services in order to occupy a VA unit

Redirection Center, Inc.

PO Box 23072, Philadelphia, PA – 19124

Ph 215-535-8581 / 215-288-5799 1839 Harrison St, Philadelphia, PA 19124

  • Contact for any fees involved.
  • Transitional apartments, men’s discipleship home 10 beds housing, substance abuse counseling and job readiness training and referrals and daily meals.

Belmont Behavioral Health Hospital

4200 Monument Rd, Philadelphia, PA 19131

Ph (215) 515-7641 http://www.belmontbehavioral.com/ crisis situation for detox/treatment

Mercy Hospital of Philadelphia

501 South 54th St, Philadelphia, PA , 19143

Ph 215-748-9188 / 215.748.9000 http://www.mercyhealth.org/locations/mercy-philadelphia/

  • Dual Diagnosis Detox & Substance Abuse Rehab Center
  • Offers methadone maintanence and detox
  • Offers inpatient detox services
  • Medicare/Medicaid accepted

Kirkbride Center

111 North 49th St, Philadelphia, PA , 19139 Ph 215-471-2600

http://www.kirkbridecenter.com/Addiction_Services/ admissions: 215.471.2488

  • Offers suboxone tapering/maintanence/detox, naltrexone detoxification, inpatient detox services
  • Offers methadone maintanence and detox
  • Accepts Medicaid
  • Offers detox assistance for Spanish speaking indvidiuals / assistance for those who are hearing impaired
  • offers non-hospital, medically monitored detoxification and residential rehabilitation services. As the area’s largest non-hospital inpatient program, we have 157 beds to serve those facing drug or alcohol addiction, including 14 detoxification beds and both long- and short-term residential treatment

Teen Challenge Training Center Inc

33 Teen Challenge Road, Rehrersburg, PA 19550

Phone: (717) 933-4181×205 / fax 717-754-0472 www.teenchallenge.com/

Admissions Dept 844-888-8085 paatc.info(AT)paatc.org http://www.teenchallengetc.com/

PO Box 98, Rehrersburg, PA 19550 Adult & Teen Challenge

  • Detox, medically monitored medication taper to detox our patients in comfort.
  • Short & long term treatment

Philadelphia Adult & Teen Challenge, Men’s Campus

156 West Schoolhouse Ln., PO Box 4196, Philadelphia, PA, 19144

Phone 215-849-2054 / Fax 215-843-6430

https://www.paatc.org/our-campuses/philadelphia-adult-teen-challenge/

www.teenchallenge.com/ paatc.info(AT)paatc.org

• Detox, medically monitored medication taper to detox our patients in comfort.

• Short & long term treatment

Western PA Adult & Teen Challenge

220 Challenge Lane, PO Box 55, Rural Ridge, PA, 15024

Phone 724-265-4100 / Fax 724-265-4105

https://www.paatc.org/our-campuses/philadelphia-adult-teen-challenge/

www.teenchallenge.com/ paatc.info(AT)paatc.org

• Detox, medically monitored medication taper to detox our patients in comfort.

• Short & long term treatment

Sandhills Adult & Teen Challenge

PO Box 1701, Southern Pines, NC, 28388

Phone 910-947-2944 / Fax 910-947-2001

https://www.paatc.org/our-campuses/philadelphia-adult-teen-challenge/

www.teenchallenge.com/ paatc.info(AT)paatc.org

• Detox, medically monitored medication taper to detox our patients in comfort.

• Short & long term treatment

Sandhills Adult & Teen Challenge of Raleigh

3700 Western Blvd., Raleigh, NC 27606

Phone: 919-803-3661

https://www.paatc.org/our-campuses/philadelphia-adult-teen-challenge/

www.teenchallenge.com/ paatc.info(AT)paatc.org

• Detox, medically monitored medication taper to detox our patients in comfort.

• Short & long term treatment

Sandhills Adult & Teen Challenge of Kannopolis

807 Lakeview St., Kannapolis, NC 28083

Phone: 704-925-1532

https://www.paatc.org/our-campuses/philadelphia-adult-teen-challenge/

www.teenchallenge.com/ paatc.info(AT)paatc.org

• Detox, medically monitored medication taper to detox our patients in comfort.

• Short & long term treatment

Philadelphia Adult & Teen Challenge Women’s Campus

329 Wister Street, PO Box 4196, Philadelphia, PA, 19144

Phone 215-843-2887 / Fax 215-843-3595

https://www.paatc.org/our-campuses/philadelphia-adult-teen-challenge/

www.teenchallenge.com/ paatc.info(AT)paatc.org

• Detox, medically monitored medication taper to detox our patients in comfort.

• Short & long term treatment