Residential Treatment Centers in Pennsylvania

  • Cove Forge Behavioral Health

    For more than 30 years, Cove Forge Behavioral Health has helped adults who are struggling with substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health conditions.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00390 View Profile Williamsburg, PA 16693
  • Empower Life Coaching & Counseling Centers

    We are a small, registered nonprofit started in 2004 as "Lehigh Valley Adult Educational Services". We started out doing volunteer work teaching English to immigrants. (Ein # 383692341), and helping local homeless. Now, we are called "Empower Life Coaching & Counseling" and moved to Quakertown.

    View Profile Quakertown, PA 18951
  • New Insights II, Inc. Lemoyne

    We are comprised of two full-service facilities located in Cumberland and York counties. The comprehensive nature of our programs addresses a broad range of treatment needs and a continuum of care inclusive of partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, and traditional outpatient services.

    View Profile Lemoyne, PA 17043
  • Twin Lakes Center

    Twin Lakes Center has been providing drug and alcohol rehabilitation services since 1983. The main campus is located on over 30 acres of land in rural Somerset County, Pennsylvania. This remote, but easily accessible location, provides a quiet and relaxing, recovery environment. Services in this location include detoxification, short term residential treatment, partial hospitalization, outpatient and intensive outpatient treatment, Prevention services, and DUI services.

    View Profile Somerset, PA 15501
  • You may also want to try a center in another location:

  • Paradigm Malibu

    We are dedicated to identifying, understanding and properly treating the core issues that impact adolescents and their families. Rather than merely containing or shaping behaviors, our staff of Mental Health professionals is committed to addressing teens' deeper, more difficult issues.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00263 View Profile Malibu, CA 90265
  • Positive Reset Mental Health Clinic

    Positive Reset Mental Health Clinic’s goal is to offer high quality mental health care for a range of ages and issues. Our therapists offer current, comprehensive treatment rooted in their clinical education and community awareness.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00257 View Profile East Brunswick, NJ 08816
  • Lifeline PCS

    Welcome to Lifeline PCS. Lifeline is a full service mental health and addiction treatment center with multiple convenient locations. Each office has therapists that are competent in the field. We take pride in our work and look forward to helping you through what life has brought your way.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00271 View Profile Chandler, AZ 85224
  • The Refuge - A Healing Place

    Settled across 94 acres within the tranquil Ocala National Forest, The Refuge, a Healing Place provides all-encompassing residential and outpatient care in an environment that offers comfort and serenity as individuals work to achieve healing from any number of challenges that they may be facing.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00323 View Profile Ocklawaha, FL 32179
  • Wright Institute Los Angeles

    We provide affordable long-term individual & group psychodynamic psychotherapy for those without adequate health insurance benefits or the ability to pay for expensive private treatment. We remain one of the very few settings in LA where no limits are placed on treatment length or session frequency.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00217 View Profile Los Angeles, CA 90064
  • Black Bear Rehab

    Black Bear Lodge—nestled in the peaceful foothills of northern Georgia—provides a custom recovery experience for people with mental health and substance dependence issues.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00356 View Profile Sautee Nacoochee, GA 30571

Searching for Treatment at a Rehab Center in Pennsylvania?

Rehab centers, also known as residential treatment programs, address a wide variety of behavioral, mental health, and substance abuse issues. Some people seek out residential treatment when other forms of treatment have not provided lasting results, or when they need to immerse themselves in treatment to more effectively promote healing.

Often, rehab facilities are known for their addiction and substance abuse treatment programs. Substance abuse issues include the misuse of and dependency on prescription medication, illicit street drugs, and alcohol. People seeking addiction recovery are likely to undergo medically supervised drug detox programs and rehabilitation counseling at these facilities. There are many facilities that specialize in treating other issues though, ranging from depression to disordered eating.

These centers are staffed 24 hours per day, with trained medical and mental health care staff onsite. Sometimes outpatient treatment is also available from treatment facilities when a person needs to return home each evening and on weekends.

Mental Health Care in Pennsylvania

Based on the 2013 Gallup-Healthways report on the well-being of all the states in the country, Pennsylvania was ranked 36th for overall well-being. While the state was ranked 17th for basic access, it was also listed in the fourth quintile for healthy behaviors (31st), physical health (33rd), and life evaluation (40th), and in the fifth quintile for emotional health (41st) and work environment (46th). Within the state, Lancaster scored the highest rankings for community well-being.

The 2014 Mental Health America (MHA) survey gave Pennsylvania a rank of 14th after evaluating the state across 15 mental health care measures, and comparing the results to the remaining states and the District of Columbia. The state received consistently high scores in both the adult ranking (13th) and the youth ranking (11th. According to MHA data, Pennsylvania has the 7th best access to mental health care in the country.

Pennsylvania Census Information

Sometimes a person may move temporarily or permanently to access the best treatment. If this is your situation, try learning more about the area before you move so it reduces your stress and anxiety. In Pennsylvania, the population approached 13 million people by the end of 2013. Approximately 83% of the population identifies as white, 12% is black, and 3% is Asian. Minors (people under the age of 18) make up more than 21% of the population, and seniors (people 65 years of age or older) account for over 16% of all residents. Twenty-eight percent of people aged 25 or older have earned at least a bachelor's degree. Roughly 13% of all residents were living in poverty for the 2009–2013 period.

References:

  1. Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index. (2013). Pennsylvania. Retrieved from http://cdn2.hubspot.net/hub/162029/file-629796455-pdf/WBI2013/Pennsylvania_2013_State_Report.pdf?t=1419866055370
  2. Mental Health America. (2014). Parity or disparity: The state of mental health in America, 2015. Retrieved from http://www.mentalhealthamerica.net/sites/default/files/Parity%20or%20Disparity%202015%20Report.pdf
  3. Pennsylvania Department of Human Services. (2014). Mental health services. Retrieved from http://www.dhs.state.pa.us/foradults/mentalhealthservices/
  4. United States Census Bureau. (n.d.). State & county quickfacts: Pennsylvania. Retrieved from http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/states/42000.html