Where Can I Find Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers in Pennsylvania?

If you are struggling with alcoholism or are close to somebody who is, it’s important to seek help. The good news is that if you are looking for help in Pennsylvania, there are 502 facilities in the state for substance addiction and abuse.1 Among them are 390 centers specifically for alcohol abuse.1

Philadelphia374 of the facilities are outpatient, 143 are residential, and 22 are hospital inpatient facilities.1

The closest American Addiction Centers facility is Sunrise House Treatment Center. It is located in Lafayette in the beautiful countryside. It offers an individualized approach to rehab and treats co-occurring disorders as well. Following thorough psychological and medical assessment, Sunrise House develops a custom treatment plan for its patients to offer a more personal experience.

Sunrise House provides various levels of care ranging from medical detox to residential treatment, outpatient treatment, and aftercare programs. The facility also offers family luncheons every Tuesday and has half-day family programming every Saturday to give family members the opportunity to learn about addiction and recovery.

You can find other programs in the state by searching the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). A full list of Pennsylvania rehabilitation facilities can be found here.

Where Can I Find Medical Detox Centers in Pennsylvania?

In Pennsylvania, there are 284 private non-profit, 211 private for-profit, and 7 government facilities for treating substance abuse.1 Alcohol dependence causes withdrawals when you stop drinking. The symptoms range from mild to life-threatening depending on your level of dependence. Symptoms can include irritability, anxiety, agitation, high blood pressure, raised heart rate, seizures, delirium tremens, and death.2

Avoid going through withdrawals alone. Medical supervision in a detox center treats discomfort as well as medical issues that can become life-threatening. Removing alcohol from your system and managing the acute symptoms of withdrawal is a process called detox.3 Detox programs have physicians on-site who offer around the clock care to help you manage your symptoms.3

Find detox facilities in Pennsylvania by searching the SAMHSA directory here.

Does My Insurance Cover Treatment in Pennsylvania?

Many insurance plans treat addiction, but not all. You will need to check with your insurance provider to see if they cover any given treatment facility and if they will cover it out of state. The most popular providers are:

You can use the free, confidential form below to check if your insurance plan covers treatment at an AAC facility.

Why Choose American Addiction Centers?

A nationwide network of substance abuse facilities, American Addiction Centers (AAC) offers quality care, an alumni support system, and a 90-day promise. The promise guarantees you an additional 30 days of free treatment if you have a relapse within 90 days of completing your initial treatment.

Our AAC alumni host fun gatherings and events, and coordinators will regularly check-in with you to make sure that you are supported in your long term recovery.

State-Funded Insurance (i.e. Medicaid)

Medicaid is a federal healthcare program used by roughly 72 million people.4 Various people qualify, including adults who meet the low-income requirements, children with low-income caretakers, people with certain kinds of disabilities, and the elderly. While Medicaid is funded by the government, each individual state runs a separate Medicaid program.4

Even if you have been turned down for Medicaid in Pennsylvania before, you may be eligible now, particularly if you applied before the Affordable Care Act was passed. The Affordable Care Act raised the maximum income requirements as well as the number of assets you could own and still qualify.

While not all facilities accept Medicaid, 410 of the substance abuse facilities in Pennsylvania, 81.7 percent, do accept money from Medicaid.1

Check your eligibility here.

 Pennsylvania Alcohol Use Statistics

Sources
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[1]. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2017). National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services.

[2]. MedlinePlus. (2019). Alcohol Withdrawal.

[3]. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2006). Detoxification and Substance Abuse Treatment.

[4]. Medicaid. (n.d.). Eligibility.

[5]. NHTSA’s National Center for Statistics and Analysis. (2018). Alcohol-Impaired Driving.

[6]. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2017). 2016-2017 NSDUH Estimated Totals by State.