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Recovery Scholarships are available for qualified individuals seeking support in their recovery. Typically, qualified recipients are from Delaware County (or Philadelphia's surrounding counties) who are currently in treatment, are financially vulnerable and demonstrate a willingness to work a solid recovery program (e.g. AA/NA). We provide qualified recipients with support including, but not limited to food, housing, transportation, clothing, advocacy etc. How can we assist you? See our scholarship application on the HOW WE HELP tab. Recovery homes are meant to provide a structured, secure residence for those who can't /shouldn't go home after treatment is completed.
We are not a treatment center; however, we have worked with and recommended a variety of treatment centers and options for those we serve. After all - It's not a one-size -fits -all system. The Foundation supports families and individuals with finding treatment resources in the community even if you have no insurance. See some of the treatment centers we recommended here.
Looking for Treatment Centers in Philadelphia area? Consider:
Mirmont Treatment Center - Media, PA
Recovery Centers of America -- Devon, PA and Multiple Locations
If you or a family member are at risk for an opioid overdose, please see email us at email@example.com to request Narcan, a life saving medicine.
Go here to learn how to administer Narcan.
Delaware County has thousands of self-help groups that meet everyday throughout the day. Contact the numbers below or visit the URL's to locate a meeting near you.
Alcoholics Anonymous - (215) 923-7900 www.aasepia.org
Narcotics Anonymous - 215-629- 6757 nadelco.org
Cocaine Anonymous - 610-876-6666 caphilly.org
Family members are also affected by addiction and need support and guidance on how to deal with addiction in the family. These specific support groups are available in the Delaware county area.
Al-Anon for Families & Friends of Alcoholics website: al-anon.org
GRASP- Grief Recovery After a Substance Passing
National Association for Children of Alcoholics: nacoa.org
Nar-Anon Family Groups: nar-anon.org
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