Substance Use Disorder Intervention Programs

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    Programs that work with the families and friends and others who are concerned with the excessive use of alcohol and/or use of other drugs by someone they love with the objective of helping those individuals create a crisis in the life of the person as the first step in helping them to recognize that they have a substance use disorder and accept treatment. The program offers a guided process during which groups of concerned others express their feelings about the effects of the problem on their own lives; develop the strength and objectivity to confront the one they love; plan and rehearse an intervention strategy where the individual is confronted with his or her behavior and the consequences of refusing to seek treatment; confirm a treatment plan including financial arrangements and bed availability; establish a date and time for the intervention; and carry out the intervention with the hope that the person will accept treatment.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Adult Outpatient ServicesAdult Outpatient Program Consists of group and individual therapy sessions. Group sessions are offered to men and women who experience problems associated with their addictions. Each site provides specialty group services designed to address community need. Adult Intensive Outpatient Program Provides a highly structured intervention program for adults who are striving to maintain abstinence from chemicals while remaining in their community and participating in routine activities. Patients participate in three hours of therapeutic sessions, three to five days a week. North Philadelphia (Riverside Care, Inc.)Riverside Care
    Adult Outpatient ServicesAdult Outpatient Program Consists of group and individual therapy sessions. Group sessions are offered to men and women who experience problems associated with their addictions. Each site provides specialty group services designed to address community need. Adult Intensive Outpatient Program Provides a highly structured intervention program for adults who are striving to maintain abstinence from chemicals while remaining in their community and participating in routine activities. Patients participate in three hours of therapeutic sessions, three to five days a week. West Philadelphia (Riverside Care, Inc.)Riverside Care
    Center For Addictive Diseases - Substance Abuse InterventionThis provider is contracted with Chester County Department of Drug and Alcohol Services to conduct drug and alcohol assessment for individuals who do not have private insurance or who are covered under Chester County Community Cares Behavioral Health HealthChoices. Please note: this provider also accepts most insurances.ChesterCENTER FOR ADDICTIVE DISEASESCenter for Addictive Diseases
    Chester County Department of Drug and Alcohol Services - Education/ PreventionChester County Department of Drug and Alcohol Services plan, implement, and monitor local addictions prevention, intervention, and treatment services.Chester*Main Site (Chester County Department of Drug and Alcohol)Chester County Department of Drug and Alcohol Services
    Drug and Alcohol Assessment and Referral -Clinton CountyProvide: assessments for those dealing with drug, alcohol, and tobacco abuse problems; linkage with support services; and referrals for treatment. Contracted services include:
    • Outpatient Counseling (individual and group)
    • Intensive Outpatient Counseling (individual and group)
    • Partial Hospitalization
    • Halfway House
    • Inpatient, Non-Hospital Detoxification and Rehabilitation
    • Inpatient, Hospital-Based Detoxification and Rehabilitation
    • Methadone Maintenance
    ClintonCase Management Program - Clinton CountyWest Branch Drug and Alcohol Abuse Commission
    Family House NOW - Long-Term Residential Treatment - NorristownLong-Term Residential Treatment provides a treatment-oriented living experience for women and/or mothers experiencing mental illness and chemical dependence. Programs available address: - Drug/Alcohol Addiction - Mental Illness - Life Skills - Parenting Skills - Prevention and Intervention For ChildrenMontgomeryNorristown CenterFamily House NOW
    Family House NOW - Substance Abuse Treatment and Drug RehabSubstance Abuse Treatment and Drug Rehab helps individuals recover from drugs or alcohol. Individuals will learn the tools needed in order to live life without drugs or alcohol.MontgomeryNorristown CenterFamily House NOW
    Holcomb Behavioral Health Systems - Substance Abuse Education, Prevention and InterventionHolcomb Behavioral Health Systems is a leader in providing services and supports for people with mental health, substance abuse, and developmental disabilities. The Delaware County Holcomb Prevention department is located in Media, PA. Holcomb has been providing evidence-based prevention programs for youth and parents in Delaware County since 1997. Through a diverse range of activities, prevention efforts come alive as part of a planned strategy to prevent or reduce the use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. The department offers a wide range of programs designed to help people lead healthier lives and to build stronger communities. Our programs are for people of all ages, from all backgrounds. Please visit the website for additional information.DelawareHolcomb Prevention and Education Services - Delaware; MediaHolcomb Behavioral Health Systems
    Hope ShareThis campaign will let young people and families of teens and young adults who are struggling with drug and alcohol addiction know that they can share their story or show support from someone else's story. Sharing addiction and recovery stories to break through the stigmas that people with drug and alcohol addictions face.DauphinPartnership for a Drug Free AmericaPartnership for a Drug Free America
    Hosts Community OrganizationsHost several community groups including AA, CODA, Over Eaters Anonymous.DauphinSaint Mark's Evangelical Lutheran ChurchSaint Mark's Evangelical Lutheran Church - Harrisburg
    Just4Today Sober LivingJust4Today supplies supplementary housing for individuals age 18 and over for recovery from alcohol and drug addiction.YorkJust4Today Sober LivingJust4Today Sober Living
    Mobile Engagement ServiceMobile Engagement Program at Today, Inc. specializes in outreach and intervention services for individuals who are resistant to engaging in formal treatment services.*Main Site (Today, Inc.)Today, INC.
    Montgomery County Offices - Drug and Alcohol Treatment - NorristownThe Office of Drug and Alcohol Programs is committed to the prevention and treatment of substance abuse problems in Montgomery County. Services are delivered in partnership with qualified providers, and are guided by a philosophy that embraces hope, respect, and support for recovery. The Montgomery County Drug and Alcohol Program provides a wide range of drug and alcohol services to county residents. These services fit into three main categories: Prevention, intervention, and treatment. Each year approximately 6,000 county residents receive drug and alcohol awareness counseling (prevention). In addition, 3,500 residents receive short term counseling (intervention), and 1,500 residents receive ongoing outpatient and inpatient care (treatment), with the primary focus being on attaining and maintaining a drug and alcohol free life. Prevention and intervention services are provided to the community at large regardless of personal income. Treatment services require a comprehensive clinical and financial assessment. Trained Case Managers perform these assessments in order to determine the most appropriate funding resource and level of care, and to find the provider best suited to meet an individual’s treatment needs.MontgomeryMontgomery County Offices - Montgomery County Mental and Behavioral Health Offices - AbingtonMontgomery County Offices
    Penn Foundation - Mobile Engagement ServicesA community based addiction intervention service for individuals and families who fail to access or respond to traditional drug and alcohol treatmentBucksPenn Foundation - Bucks; SellersvillePenn Foundation
    Philadelphia Mental Health Corporation - Behavioral Health Special Initiative (BHSI)Provide assessments, referrals and funding support for persons with substance abuse problems and who access licensed treatment programs.PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia Mental Health Corporation - Philadelphia; Center CityPhiladelphia Mental Health Corporation
    Prevention / Intervention Services- Clinton CountyPresent various drug, alcohol, and tobacco abuse prevention programs throught Lycoming and Clinton Counties.ClintonPrevention / Intervention Program - Clinton CountyWest Branch Drug and Alcohol Abuse Commission
    RASE Project - Administrative OfficeHelping persons who suffer from substance abuse access quality treatment for their disease; to advocate that "Recovery Works". Administration of RASE House,recovery houses for women who are re-entering the community after treatment for substance abuse or other related disorders. Provide technical assistance to new or struggling agencies - 501(c)3's with similar missions. Offer satellite offices in Lancaster, Lebanon and Cumberland Counties. Also provide positive social outlets for the "Recovery Community" like Tree of Hope, Recovery Fest, dances, Recovery Rocks, etc. Most recently opened the Carlisle Recovery Mobilization Effort,CRME, serving the greater Carlise Area. Provide Lifeskills Classes, Recovery 101, professional intervention services, Buprenorphine/Suboxone Coordination of Care, Bridges for Recovery and Recovery Specialist Services.DauphinRASE Project - HarrisburgThe Rase Project
    Somerset Single County Authority for Drug & Alcohol Substance Abuse Intervention ProgramsIntervention programs for substance abuse.SomersetSomerset SCASomerset Single County Authority for Drug & Alcohol
    TrueNorth Wellness Services, Student Assistance Program (SAP)Student Assistance Program (SAP) The Student Assistance Program (SAP) was developed in Pennsylvania to serve students who are having difficulty in school due to alcohol/drug use, depression, or other mental health problems. The SAP seeks to assist and refer these students to appropriate in-school and community resources. Once a referral has been received, TrueNorth Wellness Services works together with area school districts, students, and their families to develop a plan of action to offer support and resolve identified problems. Services provided by the SAP include: •Professional consultation services to school districts •Participation in school SAP core teams •Assessment and referral services •Mental heath counseling •Drug and alcohol counseling •Family counseling •Group counseling •Crisis intervention services •Postvention services •In-service trainings •Educational workshops for students and parents For more information about the SAP and School-Based Services, please contact Stefanie Griffith at (717) 632-4900, ext. 1176.YorkTrueNorth Wellness Services, Hanover Office - West Elm Ave. OfficeTrueNorth Wellness Services
    Turtle Creek Valley Community Services - SAP/Prevention/Intervention ProgramsHelps individuals to make responsible choices about the use of drugs and alcohol. Manages the development of skills which enhance problem solving, stress management and conflict resolution.AlleghenyTurtle Creek Valley Community ServicesTurtle Creek Valley Community Services

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