Addiction Treatment in Pennsylvania
Addiction is not discerning. It infiltrates the lives of individuals and their families, workplaces, and communities, that challenges the brain’s chemistry and cannot be overcome by an act of willpower. In nearly every case, sustained substance abuse recovery requires the help of credentialed professionals—and a rigorous, evidence-based approach to mind, body, and spirit transformation.
At Providence Treatment, we support our clients on integrated journey toward recovery and healing. Holding you accountable to your recovery goals, we combine traditional and alternative treatments that include psychiatric evaluation, medication management, holistic therapies, volunteer service, and spiritual guidance. Providence offers a personalized recovery experience with customized strategies for sustained sobriety based on the unique needs of the individual.
Our program is developed to assist professionals and our PA addiction facility utilizes the latest clinical practices and state-of-the-art techniques to treat addiction use disorders such as:
- Opiates narcotics
- Cocaine heroin
- Vicodin oxycodone
- ADHD stimulants
- Sleep medications
- Prescription drugs
Providence’s whole-person approach to substance abuse also includes the simultaneous treatment of dual-diagnoses. Studies show that treatment is far more successful when clients manage these common co-occurring mental health conditions alongside their substance use disorders:
- Bipolar disorder
- Clinical depression anxiety
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Disordered eating
- Sleep disorders
- Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
- Trauma, grief loss
- Sexual compulsion
- Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
Pharmaceutical intervention is often required to manage co-occurring disorders and help clients get the most out of their Philadelphia substance abuse recovery program. Providence Treatment is staffed by addiction specialists who help clients manage mental health issues with counseling and supervised medication regimens.