Wharton Residential Center (Northeast Treatment Centers, Inc.)
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Description of Service
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
The Bridge Street, Spring Garden and Frankford Avenue Counseling Centers located in Philadelphia offer IOP programs designed to treat co-occurring substance dependency and psychiatric disorders with specific attention to consumers' unique needs. Forensic programs support Forensic Intensive Recovery (FIR) and other stipulated consumers in meeting their criminal justice requirements. The women's IOP track addresses the specific needs of women. In addition, Latino IOP services are designed and delivered by Latino staff for the Spanish-speaking community. Both centers offer convenient morning, afternoon and evening treatment sessions. Services include group psycho-education and psychotherapy as well as individual counseling. Co-occurring mental health issues are treated by clinical and medical professionals. Medical needs are monitored by staff physicians. Spring Garden Counseling Center is an approved Assessment Site for Community Behavioral Health (CBH)
Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment
These services are provided at the Bridge Street, Spring Garden and Frankford Avenue Counseling Centers in Philadelphia to consumers who do not require the additional structure provided by NET's IOP programs
Women's Trauma Recovery Program
The Women's Trauma Recovery Program offered in Philadelphia focuses on needs which are specific to women. A key to this treatment approach is the Trauma Recovery Empowerment Model or TREM, which recognizes the unique histories of trauma that lead women to abuse and to become dependent on substances. In the TREM treatment approach women are taught to view themselves in more positive ways and are guided in building self-esteem and self confidence in their ability to recover from the effects of past trauma and substance dependence. In addition to accepting a lack of control over addictive chemicals, women learn how to develop and use a personalized recovery plan.
The Co-Occurring Treatment and Intensive Outpatient Treatment program offered in Philadelphia provides a holistic and unique treatment approach to consumers who suffer both a diagnosed psychiatric illness and substance dependence. For many people, psychological problems and difficulties in daily living set the stage for the abuse of alcohol and/or drugs. Inadequate attention to issues that often accompany substance dependence can seriously disrupt long term recovery. Similarly, chemical abuse often triggers a decline in self-esteem, interferes with interpersonal relationships and may damage one's ability to cope with life's stresses in general. The Minkoff based treatment approach focuses on developing a drug and alcohol-free lifestyle while also treating the chronic effects of psychiatric illness. The Co-Occurring Treatment Program addresses the interaction between dependency and psychiatric illness and how to recognize this interaction.
Recovery Support Center
Located in Philadelphia, The Support Center provides a supervised, informal meeting place for men and women in recovery from substance abuse. The Support Center is open during the afternoon and early evenings, and operates with staff supervision at all times. The Support Center facilitates ongoing connection with recovery support. Under the supervision of NET staff, the Support Center offers an array of services to the participants including:
Peer mentoring and case management support
12 step group support
Emergency housing, flood, and clothing supports
Social and recreational programs
G.E.D. attainment assistance
English as a second language
Reading, parenting, and life skills education
Vocational training and career counseling
Job search support and programming
Financial literacy and planning
All participants in the Support Center must simultaneously be receiving treatment from NET for their substance use and/or their co-occurring disorders.
Co-Occurring Residential Treatment
Located at the Wharton Center in Philadelphia, the Residential Recovery Program for co-occurring males with or without a history of criminality provides for an integrated treatment approach through three distinctive phases of residential treatment: Assessment/Engagement, Stabilization, and Community Reintegration. Through the NET continuum of care, services can be provided continuously and without interruption. Each residential phase is characterized by unique interventions and outcomes directly tailored to the consumer's stage of change. Upon completion of a comprehensive assessment phase, the consumer enters a treatment program that matches his unique presenting etiology along with treatment planning correlated to his stage of change.
Outpatient Mental Health
Counties: Philadelphia; States: PA; Countries: USA
Contact Information. Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) (800) 860-0703, (215) 289-3350For more information or referral call (215) 451-7100. IOP services are also provided to consumers receiving medication assisted recovery services through the NET Ste