Substance Abuse Resources in Langhorne
Drug Rehab, Alcohol Rehab & Detox

Langhorne Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

Langhorne is a historic borough in the Middletown Township of Pennsylvania, running south along the Neshaminy Creek. Among the many outdoor recreation spots are Core Creek Park (and its accompanying water activities on Lake Luxembourg), Tyler State Park and nearby smaller parks such as Chickenfoot and Queen Anne. Families with young children flock to the area during the warm seasons to visit Sesame Place, as well as to attend the events along the nearby Delaware River.

Unfortunately, Langhorne has another form of recreation: alcohol and substance abuse. State and local leaders are working with medical, mental health and addiction experts to reduce the number of illicit drugs on the streets and educate the public about the dangers of prescription painkiller and alcohol misuse. Despite those efforts, the borough is feeling the same effects as the rest of the country. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), 183,000 people died in the U.S. from prescription opioid overdoses between 1999 and 2015 alone.

There is good news, though. If you are struggling with misuse, help is available. Langhorne is host to numerous recovery options, each of which has a staff of professionals who are ready to help you recover

Our Closest Facility:

The Recovery Village Columbus3964 Hamilton Square Boulevard Groveport OH 43125 (614) 916-6571

The IAFF Center of Excellence does not operate in the state of Pennsylvania. Our closest facility is in Upper Marlboro, MD and can be seen in the map above.

You’re not alone in this struggle.

Fatal Pennsylvania overdoses
in 2016

Pennsylvania isn’t faring well in the fight against substance abuse. A report from the independent Pennsylvania Health Care Cost Containment Council shows that there were 1,524 emergency room visits for heroin overdoses in 2016. Approximately 3 percent of the admissions had a minimum of one prior heroin overdose already that year.

Finding Help & Recovery in Langhorne, PA

Alcohol & Drug Rehab Centers in Langhorne, Pennsylvania

Langhorne is another American city feeling the fallout from the substance misuse crisis overtaking the country. Bucks County saw a 44 percent increase in fatal overdoses from 2015 to 2016, and the report by the Pennsylvania Health Care Cost Containment Council sheds more light on the problem. Overall, the state had a 66 percent increase in hospital admissions for overdoses from 2014 to 2016.

Drug and alcohol dependence is a complex disease that affects both the body and mind. It corrupts several areas of the brain including the sections that control reward and motivation, behavior, learning and memory. Rehabilitation facilities need to treat the whole person to help patients return to their communities and lead happy and active lives. While experts in drug and alcohol dependence are discovering new ways to battle substance misuse, a few specific treatment strategies work for many patients struggling with addiction.

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    Langhorne Residential Treatment Programs

    An effective program choice is inpatient hospitalization of three to six weeks. Often, the program for inpatient drug rehab in Langhorne, PA starts with detoxification. After the drugs are out of your system, you move to a community setting at the Langhorne drug rehab center where you can interact with other patients and work on the rest of your rehabilitation. These highly restricted, intense programs use a combination of recovery meetings, individual therapy sessions and skills building groups. Although not standard, longer residential programs are available. Less restrictive, community-based programs concentrate on behavior change in a safe, structured environment.

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    Langhorne Partial Hospitalization Programs

    Also called day treatment programs, partial hospitalization programs offer a slower way to re-enter your home community. Patients enjoy the structure and support of a residential program but get go home each night. You will spend between four and eight hours per day at the drug rehab center in Langhorne, PA, four to six days per week. As your recovery progresses, your plan may change to require less time in treatment each day. From there, you will graduate down to an outpatient program, or perhaps receive instruction to attend aftercare meetings such as Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous.

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    Langhorne Outpatient Treatment Programs

    In outpatient drug rehab in Langhorne, PA, patients set up a schedule of weekly sobriety meetings and individual therapy appointments. This is obviously the most flexible treatment plan and, as patient needs change, so does the treatment plan. Some patients with only minor forms of addiction start their treatment in an outpatient setting, but it’s not advisable until you at least go through a detox program.

It’s vital to choose a program that uses proven therapies. Consider programs that address behavioral issues and use individual and group discussions to promote healing. After reviewing all the available information about drug treatment in Langhorne, take your time to decide which program may work for your situation and level of misuse.

Langhorne Drug & Alcohol Detox Centers

After you’ve made the decision to enter one of Langhorne’s drug treatment facilities, the first step is often to rid your body of any traces of drugs and alcohol through detoxification. As scary as this process may seem, it’s still miles ahead of what waits down the road if you don’t free yourself from the binds of misuse. Most Langhorne drug detox facilities use medically assisted withdrawal to help ease the often-painful side effects, often administering medication when necessary.

Recovery Meetings Near You in Langhorne

Congratulations: you completed your Langhorne drug rehab program. To continue your sobriety and reduce the chances of a relapse, it’s important to continue with aftercare. This occurs through attending regular Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous or SMART Recovery meetings. These groups sponsor free, open gatherings, often in public places. When you review the list of different meetings, check the associated legend to see if it has any special designations such as “closed,” meaning it’s only for people in recovery. Also of note are meetings for just newcomers to sobriety.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

For nearly 80 years, this community-based organization has been supporting men and women with the desire to stop drinking. It uses the guidance of a 12-Step Program that asks members to put their faith in a higher power to help them overcome their alcohol dependence. As a non-denominational fellowship, AA welcomes all religions. Here are some local meetings relating to alcohol rehab in Langhorne, Pennsylvania.

  • St. James Episcopal Church
    330 S. Bellevue Ave.
    Langhorne, PA 19047
  • Redeemer Lutheran Church
    246 Hulmeville Ave.
    Langhorne, PA 19047
  • 8744 Club
    8744 New Falls Rd.
    Levittown, PA 19054

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

Using the same guiding principles of AA, Narcotics Anonymous began offering support to men and women who’ve found that drug dependence is controlling their lives. Members pledge to stop using drugs and follow the 12-Step Program as a guide for their recovery. Meetings promote sharing, show members they aren’t alone and help strengthen their commitment to sobriety. Here are some local meetings relating to drug rehab in Langhorne, Pennsylvania and the surrounding areas.

  • Middletown Township Recreation
    2140 Trenton Rd.
    Levittown, PA 19056
  • Scottsville United Methodist Church
    2400 Brownsville Rd.
    Langhorne, PA 19053
  • Trinity United Church of Christ
    1400 Buck Rd.
    Holland, PA 18966

SMART Recovery Meetings

Self-Management and Recovery Training is not a spiritual organization. It doesn’t support the long, 12-Step program; instead, it uses a 4-Point Program. This approach teaches members to use self-empowerment to build and maintain their own motivation to beat addictive behaviors. Members attend meetings that use education to support the treatment philosophy, while learning new techniques for coping with urges and living a balanced life. If you are unable to make face-to-face meetings or you need more support, the group also hosts an online message board and group chats on Skype.

  • St. David’s Evangelical Lutheran Church
    9169 Academy Rd.
    Philadelphia, PA 19114
  • Our Lady of Fatima Church
    2913 Street Rd.
    Bensalem, PA 19020
  • The College of New Jersey Clinic
    2000 Pennington Rd.
    Ewing Township, NJ 08628

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

Alcohol and drug misuse are family diseases that affect everyone around the person struggling with addiction. Children of substance abusers often grow up confused and angry, and are more likely to face similar addictions as they grow up. In fact, one in four children in the U.S. under the age of 18 suffers the effects of a parent’s substance misuse. Al-Anon and Nar-Anon are free, open organizations that want you to know you aren’t alone. Here, you can attend face-to-face meetings, listen to other members’ stories, ask questions and find hope for a happy future.

  • Al-Anon
    United Christian Church
    8525 New Falls Rd.
    Levittown, PA 19054
  • Nar-Anon
    Scottsville United Methodist Church
    2400 Brownsville Rd.
    Langhorne, PA 19053

You’ve made a courageous step to seek help for your drug or alcohol dependence. When reviewing treatment locations to find the right fit, consider if you want to get some distance from your current city and get away to a facility that’s part of a national network of rehabilitation centers.

Local Communities Near Langhorne, PA Served

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