Top 4 Drug Rehab Centers Near Tyrone, Pennsylvania

Tyrone is a small town in central Pennsylvania and Blair County, which is part of the greater Altoona area. With about 5,400 people, the town has been seen in a number of films and television shows because of scenic filming opportunities offered by its historic main street and converging railroad main lines. However, there are limited resources for treating substance abuse and addiction.

Rehab Centers In Tyrone, Pennsylvania

Tyrone is approximately 17 miles northeast of Altoona. A clinical social worker provides counseling services in Tyrone, but the community has no other substance use disorder treatment services. Residents need to travel to Altoona or other nearby communities for outpatient or residential treatment.

Rehab Centers Near Tyrone, Pennsylvania

Tyrone is located on Pennsylvania highway 99 between State College and Altoona. Some services are available in Port Matilda and State College, with additional programs offered in Altoona and Williamsburg.

Saint Joseph Institute, Port Matilda, Pennsylvania

Saint Joseph Institute operates a substance use disorder treatment campus on Jacobs Way in Port Matilda. The Institute is an insurance-based provider which offers some scholarships to self-pay clients. The program is located on a 203-acre forested campus and offers residential treatment and a wide range of counseling and supportive services.

Home Nursing Agency Community Services Alternatives, Altoona, Pennsylvania

The Home Nursing Agency is a home health support organization which offers walk-in mental health and substance use disorder services at its center on E. Chestnut Ave. in Altoona. Adult partial hospitalization programs are available for co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders. Outpatient drug and alcohol recovery services are also offered.

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Cove Forge Behavioral Health Systems, Williamsburg, Pennsylvania

Cove Forge offers residential substance use disorder treatment services, a medical detox program, the H.O.P.E. program for individuals in early opioid recovery, outpatient programs, and dual diagnosis programs. Cove Forge offers specialized programs for prescription drug recovery and is a CARF-accredited insurance-based provider.

Pyramid Healthcare Inc., Altoona, Pennsylvania

Pyramid Healthcare is a regional provider with locations in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Georgia. Pyramid operates 12 locations in Central Pennsylvania, including detox and inpatient residential treatment services in Altoona. Also offered are transitional housing for men and women, and a methadone medication-assisted treatment (MAT) center.

Substance Abuse In Tyrone & Blair County

According to a 2017 report prepared by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and the University of Pittsburgh, Blair County was ranked 20th in Pennsylvania counties for drug overdose deaths in 2016. Here are more statistics from the county:

  • Fentanyl was the most common drug found in Blair County overdose deaths in 2016.
  • Both men and women suffered from overdose deaths in 2016, with the majority between the ages of 25 and 44.
  • Blair County had a shocking 95% increase in overdose deaths between 2015 and 2016.
  • 43 people died from drug-related overdoses in Blair County in 2016.

Traveling For The Best Program

For Tyrone residents, the nearest community with a number of substance use disorder treatment programs is Altoona. However, it can be beneficial to travel even further away from home for a rehab program that best meets the needs of the person with addiction. Contact to find out which program will be the right one to help support you in your journey to recovery.

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