Top 5 Drug Rehab Centers Near Williamsburg, Pennsylvania

Williamsburg, Pennsylvania is located in Blair County in central Pennsylvania near Altoona. The borough, with about 1,200 residents, has a long history which dates back to 1790. Williamsburg has been the birthplace and home of several notable citizens, including former Bethlehem Steel leader Charles M. Schwab. There are also resources in the borough to address substance abuse.

Rehab Centers In Williamsburg, Pennsylvania

Williamsburg is located approximately 10 miles east of Altoona and is considered part of the Altoona area. The community has one substance use disorder treatment facility located within borough limits.

Cove Forge

Cove Forge is an insurance-based substance use disorder treatment provider with a large campus in the Williamsburg countryside near the Juniata River. Cove Forge offers a medical detox unit and residential treatment programs for men and women. The program specializes in dual-diagnosis treatment and offers outpatient treatment, relapse prevention, and family support programs.

Rehab Centers Near Williamsburg, Pennsylvania

Altoona is the nearest community to Williamsburg with more than one substance use disorder treatment facility. Williamsburg residents will find additional resources in other communities in central Pennsylvania.

Pyramid Healthcare, Altoona, Pennsylvania

Pyramid Healthcare provides services in rural, suburban, and urban communities. In Altoona, Pyramid offers a residential detox and inpatient treatment center. Pyramid also provides medication assisted-treatment (MAT) with methadone and counseling. Their outpatient clinic offers walk-in assessments, regular outpatient treatment for adults and adolescents, and specialized services for working professionals and pregnant women.

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Home Nursing Agency Community Services Alternatives, Altoona, Pennsylvania

A home health support organization, Home Nursing Agency Community Services also provides walk-in crisis and mental health support. Home Nursing Agency provides an adult partial hospitalization program for co-occurring disorders, and regular outpatient drug and alcohol rehab programs for adults and adolescents.

Discovery House, Duncansville, Pennsylvania

Discovery House provides substance use disorder services in Maine, Rhode Island, Utah, and Pennsylvania. Discovery House is located on Route 764 in Duncansville, offering medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for maintenance and long-term detox, including methadone, buprenorphine, Suboxone, and Vivitrol. Also offered are drug-free counseling, medication management, medical exams, and HIV counseling.

Saint Joseph Institute, Port Matilda, Pennsylvania

Saint Joseph Institute is an insurance-based substance use disorder treatment provider located on a 208-acre wooded campus in Port Matilda. The program offers scholarship assistance for self-pay residents and provides residential treatment for alcohol, opioids, cocaine, prescription drugs, and marijuana.

Substance Abuse In Williamsburg & Blair County

The Centre Daily News reported that between 2002 and 2014, Blair County’s rate of death from opioid overdose doubled, rising from 10.1 per 100,000 to 20 per 100,000. By 2016, the rate was 33.83 per 100,000. Here are more statistics:

  • Pennsylvania’s School Survey of Youth Substance Abuse reported that more than 60% of Blair County 12th grade students had used alcohol in the prior month in 2015.
  • 12% of of Blair County 12th graders had used prescription drugs (including performance-enhancing drugs) in 2015.
  • Blair County had the highest rate of referrals for methadone treatment in 2016.
  • Overdoses from opiates in Blair County increased from 22 in 2015 to 43 in 2016.

Traveling For The Best Program

Williamsburg is located in a beautiful rural area in central Pennsylvania and the community has one substance use disorder treatment organization. Residents will need to travel to Altoona or other areas of Pennsylvania for additional treatment options. For more options, consider traveling out of state. Contact to discuss which options are best for your recovery.

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