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Pennsylvania is located in the Northeast region and is one of the original 13 founding states. Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Allentown and Erie are the four popular metro areas in the state.  

Ranked seventh nationally for illicit drug use, the abuse of prescription drugs, heroin, cocaine, and marijuana plague the state of Pennsylvania. However, if you’re a resident of Pennsylvania who is struggling with drugs or alcohol, you can receive evidenced-based treatment at our top-rated drug and alcohol rehab 

Get help today for you or your loved one and call us immediately at (215) 298-9732. Our admissions counselors are ready to answer your questions 24/7. 

Drug Rehab for Pennsylvanians

As an accredited facility by the Joint Commission, The Treatment Center is a top-rated drug and alcohol rehab. Our board-certified medical staff and licensed therapists have decades of experience treating patients with the highest level of care. 

We restore hope by providing 24-hour support, medical attention, and the proper treatment needed to help our patients transition into recovery. With a variety of evidence-based therapies, we get to the root of drug and alcohol addiction.  

Our tailored treatment plans address each patient’s specific needs. Some of the comprehensive programs and services we provide include:  

• A medically monitored drug and alcohol detox

• Individual counseling

• Group therapy

• Dual diagnosis treatment

• Faith-based treatment

• 12-step programs

• Compliance with court-ordered treatment

• Relapse prevention

• Holistic therapies

• Family therapy

• Inpatient treatment

• Outpatient programs

• 24-hour alumni support  

We work hard to treat any underlying psychological, emotional, and physical issues that may be contributing to a patient’s substance abuse.   

If you or a loved one is seeking effective treatment for drug and alcohol addiction, please call us at (215) 298-9732. Our admissions counselors are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 

Substance Abuse in Pennsylvania 

For the first time in 2011, drug-related deaths in Pennsylvania topped 2,000 and have risen since. With close proximity to other metro areas such as Washington D.C., Baltimore, Boston and New York City, drug trafficking into the state remains at a high level.  

Locally produced marijuana, secret methamphetamine laboratories and thefts of prescription pain medications continue to plague the state and pose a challenge to law enforcement and medical professionals. 

Prescription Drug Abuse

Prescription drug abuse in Pennsylvania is an epidemic. According to the latest report, Pennsylvania has the 14th highest drug overdose mortality rate in the United States with about 15.3 per 100,000 people suffering from drug overdose fatalities.   

Approximately two-thirds of the overdoses are from prescription drugs, with illicit drugs accounting for about a third of the overdose mortality rate. Prescription painkillers (opiates) and anxiety pills (benzos) are the most commonly abused prescription drugs including:  


• Vicodin

• Fentanyl

• Valium

• Xanax

• Percocet  

With the increase in prescription drug addiction, illegal sales of prescription drugs, doctor shopping, and robberies have risen. Although there is a prescription drug-monitoring program, law enforcement and medical professionals are finding it a challenge to prevent pill shopping and theft. 

Skyrocketing Heroin Use

 Heroin-related deaths have skyrocketed in Pennsylvania in recent years. Since heroin is a cheaper alternative to more expensive prescription drugs, it is easily accessible and more commonly used. Between 2009 and 2013, there were about 3,000 heroin-related deaths in the state.    

As drug trafficking surges, Mexican black tar heroin and synthetic heroin continues to be distributed all across the state. In 2013, police seized 55 million dollars worth in illegal drugs in Pennsylvania. So far, in the second quarter of 2014 alone, police seized nearly 20 million dollars worth of heroin.    

As more and more people abuse heroin, treatment admissions for heroin are steadily rising in drug rehabs in Pennsylvania. If you are seeking treatment for prescription drug abuse or heroin abuse, please don’t hesitate to reach out to admissions counselors by calling (215) 298-9732. We’re available 24/7.  

Other Commonly Used Drugs

Crystal meth. Methamphetamine is popular because of its longer lasting high and low price. The “one pot” homemade method of producing meth is catching on and thus causing frequent meth lab explosions.  

Cocaine. Cocaine use has not decreased in Pennsylvania, despite the higher price and decreased potency of the product. The cocaine market is big business in Pennsylvania. In the inner cities, the use of crack cocaine often goes hand in hand with alcohol addiction and heroin abuse. 

Club Drugs. The popularity of club drugs is on the rise in Pennsylvania. The most abused club drug is MDMA (ecstasy), but GHB, LSD, PCP and ketamine are also used, especially by teenagers and college students. The drugs are cheap which means that they are accessible to young people. Much of the supply of MDMA (ecstasy) comes into Pennsylvania from Canada.

Restore Hope Today

At The Treatment Center, we will treat all aspects of your addiction through mind, body and spirit. When you become a patient here, your hope and health will be restored.  

Our dedicated staff wants to see you move on and begin the next chapter in your life free from drug and alcohol addiction. With a strong alumni community and several aftercare services, you will have the resources to begin your road to recovery.  

To find out how you or your loved one can begin a new journey in recovery, call us immediately at (215) 298-9732. Our admissions counselors are available to help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, even on holidays.


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