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Palmerton, PA Drug & Alcohol Treatment Centers

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NameAddress / PlatformTreatment ProgramsInsuranceRegion
Palmerton Hospital 135 Lafayette Avenue Inpatient Medicaid / Private Palmerton
Carbon Monroe Pike Drug and Alcohol Commission 428 South 7th Street Suite 1 Detox / Outpatient Medicaid / Private Lehighton
PA Treatment and Healing PATH 335 North 4Th Street Outpatient Medicaid / Private Lehighton
Redco Group 777 Blakeslee Boulevard Drive East Outpatient Medicaid / Private Lehighton
Clem Mar House Inc for Women 2860 SR 309 Highway Inpatient Medicaid / Private Dallas
Pyramid Healthcare Outpatient Treatment Center Allentown 1605 North Cedar Crest Boulevard Suite 602 Detox / Outpatient Medicaid / Private Allentown
Chimes Holcomb Behavioral Health Systems Allentown 1405 North Cedar Crest Boulevard Suite 105 Inpatient / Outpatient Medicaid / Private Allentown
Livengrin Foundation Lehigh Valley 961 Marcon Boulevard Suite 304 Outpatient Medicaid / Private Allentown
White Deer Run of Blue Mountain 8284 Leaser Road Inpatient Medicaid / Private Kempton
Treatment Trends Inc Richard S Csandl Recovery House 633 North 4th Street Inpatient N/A Allentown
Phoenix Training Institute 1147 West Liberty Street Outpatient Private Allentown
Lehigh Valley Health Network Inpatient Psychiatry 2545 Schoenersville Road Inpatient / Outpatient Medicaid / Private Bethlehem
Lehigh Valley Health Network Mental Health 2604 Schoenersville Road Outpatient Medicaid / Private Bethlehem
Sacred Heart Hospital Behavioral Health Allentown 421 West Chew Street Inpatient Medicaid / Private Allentown
KidsPeace Allentown 801 East Green Street Outpatient Medicaid / Private Allentown

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A borough in Carbon County, Pennsylvania, Palmerton is located on the outskirts of the Poconos. The opioid epidemic has hit the state of Pennsylvania especially hard, and cities in coal country, such as Palmerton, are no exception. Carbon County has the highest rate of opioid misuse diagnoses in the state. If you or someone you love is suffering from addiction to opioids or other substances, help is available. Many different types of drug rehab Pennsylvania programs are available, and you should understand your treatment options before deciding on a program. For treatment to be effective, it must address all of the patient’s needs, including any psychological, social, or medical issues. Many people with a substance use disorder also experience mental health conditions such as depression or anxiety; if this sounds like you, you may want to seek a Palmerton drug rehab program with counselors skilled in dual diagnosis treatment. For most people with serious substance use disorders, inpatient treatment is recommended. Depending on your unique circumstances, inpatient treatment could last from one month to one year. In addition to detoxification services and individual counseling, inpatient treatment may include group support sessions, 12-step meetings, family therapy, and additional services such as life skills training and nutritional counseling. Let us help you choose the best Palmerton drug rehab program for you. Our addiction treatment specialists are waiting to hear from you.

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