Addiction Treatment For Physicians

Providence Treatment’s Healthcare Professionals Programs for Physicians Providence Treatment has many years of experience in working with Pennsylvania Physicians’ Health Programs (PA-PHP) and their healthcare professionals (participants) including physicians. When we receive a request from PHP, we perform an independent assessment with the participant. This assessment may take from one (1) to two (2) days, depending…

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Outpatient Treatment for Professionals with Sober Living Supports

Outpatient Treatment with Sober Living Supports Providence Treatment provides outpatient treatments for professionals such as physicians, doctors, attorneys, dentists, pilots and business executives with sober living supports. Often when an individual completes the residential treatment, there remains unresolved issues, especially with their spouse, children and other family members. We know an alcoholic and addict in early…

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Addiction Treatment for Healthcare Professionals (HCPs)

Addiction treatment for healthcare professionals (HCPs) Providence Treatment specializes in addiction treatment for those healthcare professionals (HCPs) who struggle with substance abuse disorders.  They work closely with Federation of State Physicians Health Programs (FSPHP) and multi-state Physicians Health Programs (PHPs) from mid-atlantic region of Washington D.C. to northeast region, including New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland,…

Addiction Treatment For Healthcare Professionals

Healthcare Professionals (HCPs), such as physicians, make a significant commitment to their training and subsequently to their profession in caring for others. There is tremendous self-sacrifice in the service of building knowledge and experience to handle serious medical dilemmas for their patients. As such, it is probably not surprising that a physician can have difficulty…