The Best Drug and Alcohol Rehab Resources Near Bensalem, Pennsylvania

Authored by Nicole Colwell, | Medically Reviewed by Peace Valley Recovery Editorial Staff,
Last Updated: August 9, 2022

We are one of the best drug and alcohol rehab centers available in the Bensalem, Pennsylvania area. When drinking or drug use becomes unmanageable, it is time to seek help. We offer personalized treatment options near you.

Our addiction recovery programs help families in your area start their healing process. We provide a safe and peaceful environment with effective addiction treatment. We can do the same for you or your family member.

Accreditations show our commitment to providing the best care around you. Our accreditations include:

  • The National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP)
  • The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF)
  • The Pennsylvania Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs (DDAP)

Drug and alcohol treatment is covered by most insurance companies. We can check your coverage when you contact us for more information.

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AA Meetings in the Bensalem, PA Area

There are many Bensalem area AA meetings taking place weekly.

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
Why Me?
10:00 am
Bensalem Senior Center
1850 Byberry Rd.
Bensalem, PA
Map
Online
Penndel Serenity
12:00 pm
Our Lady of Grace Church
225 Bellevue Ave.
Penndel, PA
Map
Online
Facebook
Friends of Vietnam Veterans Men’s Meeting
6:30 pm
King’s Library
1065 Bristol Pike
Bensalem, PA
Map
Online
Alcoholics Only
6:00 pm
Bensalem Senior Center
1850 Byberry Rd.
Bensalem, PA
Map
Alcoholics Only
6:00 pm
Bensalem Senior Center
1850 Byberry Rd.
Bensalem, PA
Map
Penndel Serenity
12:00 pm
Our Lady of Grace Church
225 Bellevue Ave.
Penndel, NJ
Map
We Got Your Six
7:30 pm
Livengrin Counseling Center
4833 Hulmeville Rd.
Bensalem, PA
Map
Bensalem Sunday Nighters
7:00 pm
Bensalem Presbyterian Church
2826 Bristol Rd.
Bensalem, PA
Map
Online
Alcoholics Only
6:00 pm
Bensalem Senior Center
1850 Byberry Rd.
Bensalem, PA
Map
Sanctuary
7:30 pm
Bensalem Presbyterian Church
2826 Bristol Rd.
Bensalem, PA
Map
TBD Group
9:00 pm
Bensalem Baptist Church
3351 Richlieu Rd.
Bensalem, PA
Map
Online
Facebook
Coming Back
6:30 pm
Livengrin Counseling Center
4833 Hulmeville Rd.
Bensalem, PA
Map
Friday Night Early Birds (Parking Lot)
6:45 pm
Livengrin Counseling Center
4833 Hulmeville Rd.
Bensalem, PA
Map
TBD Group
9:00 pm
Bensalem Baptist Church
3351 Richlieu Rd.
Bensalem, PA
Map
Bensalem Area NA Meetings List

Every week, there are many NA meetings scheduled in the Bensalem area.

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
Somerton United Methodist Church
7:00 pm
13073 Bustleton Ave.
Philadelphia, PA
Map
Online
The Sisterhood
12:00 pm
136 E. Broad St.
Burlington, NJ
Map
Fitzpatrick Recreation Center
7:30 pm
12501 Torrey Rd.
Philadelphia, PA
Map
Harriman United Methodist Church
6:30 pm
1700 Wilson Ave.
Bristol, PA
Map
Online
Facebook
Emmaus Road Lutheran Church
7:00 pm
2185 Bristol Oxford Valley Rd.
Levittown, PA
Map
Online
Facebook
Scottsville United Methodist Church
7:00 pm
2400 Brownsville Rd.
Trevose, PA
Map
Online
Facebook
United Methodist Church
9:00 am
36 E. Broad St.
Burlington, NJ
Map
Online
Facebook
St. Mary’s Hall
7:00 pm
145 W. Broad St.
Burlington, NJ
Map
Online
Bristol County Office Center
1:00 pm
1286 New Rodgers Rd.
Bristol, PA
Map
Neshamony United Methodist Church
8:00 pm
325 Main St.
Hulmeville, PA
Map
Online
Bethel Church Franklin Mills Mall
7:00 pm
903 Franklin Mills Circle
Philadelphia, PA
Map
Online
Facebook
Riverside Moravian Church
7:00 pm
228 E. Washington St.
Riverside, NJ
Map
Online
Wilkinson Memorial United Methodist Church
8:45 pm
1601 State Rd.
Croydon, PA
Map
Hope House Inc.
2:30 pm
260 Wood St.
Bristol, PA
Map

There are many Bensalem area Al-Anon meetings taking place every week.

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
Far Northeast AFG
7:00 pm
Our Lady of Calvary Church
11024 Knights Rd.
Philadelphia, PA
Map
Online
Easy Does It AFG
7:00 pm
St. Anslem Church
12670 Dunks Ferry Rd.
Philadelphia, PA
Map
Online
One Day at a Time AFG
7:30 pm
Good Shepherd United Methodist church
10910 Calera Rd.
Philadelphia, PA
Map
Online
Facebook
Solutions Through the Steps AFG
12:30 pm
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
877 Street Rd.
Southampton, PA
Map
Online
Facebook
First Step Beginners AFG
7:30 pm
Community Building
4833 Hulmeville Rd.
Bensalem, PA
Map
Online
Facebook
Friday Morning Hope and Serenity AFG
10:00 am
Davisville Church
325 Street Rd.
Southampton, PA
Map
Online
Facebook
North East Women’s AFG
9:30 am
Gloria Dei Lutheran Church
570 Welsh Rd.
Huntingdon Valley, PA
Map
Bristol Sunday Night AFG
7:00 pm
Harriman United Methodist Church
1700 Wilson Ave.
Bristol, PA
Map
Online
Facebook
Bensalem Men’s AFG
8:00 pm
Livengrin Foundation
4833 Hulmeville Rd.
Bensalem, PA
Map
Bethayres Hope and Serenity AFG
7:30 pm
Gloria Dei Lutheran Church
570 Welsh Rd.
Huntingdon Valley, PA
Map
Online
Mayfair Holmesburg AFG
7:30 pm
Jefferson Torresdale Campus
10800 Knights Rd.
Philadelphia, PA
Map
Online
Levittown Speaker Discussion AFG
7:30 pm
United Christian Church
8525 New Falls Rd.
Levittown, PA
Map
Online
Facebook
Rockledge AFG
7:30 pm
Memorial Church of the Holy Nativity
205 Hungtingdon Pk.
Rockledge, PA
Map
Online
Facebook
Good Orderly Direction AFG
7:00 pm
All Saints Episcopal Church
9601 Frankford Ave.
Philadelphia, PA
Map
Online
Bensalem Area Alateen Meetings

There are many Alateen meetings taking place in the Bensalem area every week.

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
Serenity Seekers Alateen
8:15 pm
Christ Our Light
402 Kings Hwy N.
Cherry Hill, NJ
Map
Online
Easy Does it Alateen
7:30 pm
St. Andrew’s Church Rectory
47 W. Afton Ave.
Yardley, PA
Map
Riverside Alateen
7:30 pm
Good Shepherd United Methodist Church
10901 Calera Rd.
Philadelphia, PA
Map
Online
Facebook
Northeast Alateen
7:00 pm
Wissinoming United Methodist Church
4419 Comly St.
Philadelphia, PA
Map
You are Never Alone Alateen
7:30 pm
St. John’s Lutheran Church
505 N. York Rd.
Hatboro, PA
Map
Online
Flourtown Alateen
1:00 pm
First Presbyterian Church
1710 Bethlehem Pike
Flourtown, PA
Map
Online
Facebook
SMART Recovery Meetings in the Bensalem Community
TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY
Neshaminy Plaza
7:00 pm
3070 Bristol Pike
Rt. 13
Bensalem, PA
Map
United Progress, Inc.
6:15 pm
56 Escher St.
Trenton, NJ
Map
The College of New Jersey Clinic
7:00 pm
2000 Pennington Rd.
Ewing, NJ
Map
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What Types of Addiction Treatment Programs are Nearby?

There are several different levels of addiction treatment. There are many things to consider when deciding what level of care someone needs. Each person’s addiction is different, needing different treatment. It is best to talk to a professional to help with this decision.

Inpatient Treatment

Inpatient treatment is the most intense level of addiction rehab. Patients in this level of care live at the facility while they are in the program. This program lasts for 28 days. Many people will go from inpatient treatment to a slightly lower level of care. This could be a partial hospitalization program or intensive outpatient program.

Peace Valley Recovery does not offer inpatient treatment. The SAMHSA treatment locator tool online shows 5 inpatient programs. They are within 25 miles of Bensalem, Pennsylvania.

Partial Hospitalization Programs

This level of addiction treatment is also known as a day treatment program. It is the most involved type of outpatient treatment. It is an excellent choice for someone who wants a high level of therapy but wants to live at home.

Our Partial Hospitalization program meets five days each week. Each day is six hours of personalized treatment options to fit your recovery needs.

Intensive Outpatient Programs

An Intensive Outpatient Program is a flexible program. Patients can live at home while attending therapy sessions. This level of care is good for those who do not have a co-occurring disorder to work on. These programs meet several days a week, for several hours each time.

Our Intensive Outpatient Program meets 3 or 5 days each week. Program times are three hours long, available during the day or evening.

Sober Living Homes

Sober living homes are another option for some people. These are residential homes for people who are working on an addiction. This group of people is not ready to go back to their regular homes yet. They must still attend their therapy sessions while staying at the sober living home.

People are expected to help with household chores while staying there. They may be asked to help with expenses, or pay rent.

Drugs and alcohol are not allowed in the home. Each home may have additional rules that everyone must follow. This is to keep the home a safe place for continued recovery.

Are There Free Resources Near Me?

There are several peer support groups for people with drug and alcohol addictions. These support groups are not professional. There is no charge to join the group. They may take donations to cover expenses.

Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) began in 1935. It was started by two men who decided they drank too much. Now there are meetings worldwide. Including some near you in Bensalem, Pennsylvania, each week.

Alcoholics Anonymous is the original twelve-step group. The twelve steps are the guidelines members follow to stay sober. The only requirement to be a member is to want to stop drinking.

There is a spiritual part to the steps. Members do not need to be part of a specific religion to be part of the group. Many people who do not take part in religion have found help in Alcoholics Anonymous.

Narcotics Anonymous

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is another twelve-step peer support group. This group was started in Los Angeles during the 1950s. They also now have support groups across the globe.

NA members consider themselves a group of men and women who have battled drug addictions. Someone with an alcohol problem can also be part of this group. They consider alcohol to be a drug.

Again, Narcotics Anonymous is a peer-based group. There are no professional addiction counselors in charge of the meetings. There are many meetings nearby.

Al-Anon and Alateen

These support groups are a bit different. They are for the family members of the person who has an alcohol addiction. They do follow the twelve-step process.

Al-Anon meetings do not include the person who has a drinking problem. Members share coping strategies with each other. This is also a peer-based group. There are no professional leaders.

Alateen is specifically for teenagers affected by another person’s alcohol addiction. There are adult group leaders for Alateen meetings. This is for safety.

The adult group leaders must be part of Al-Anon. They go through a training course before leading a group. But, they are not professional counselors. If the adult group leader is not available, teens can join the Al-Anon meeting.

There are some Al-Anon and Alateen meetings near you.

SMART Recovery

SMART Recovery began in the United States in 1994. It is not a twelve-step group. SMART is an acronym that stands for Self-Management And Recovery Training.

SMART Recovery uses science-based tools to teach people how to change their behavior. They do not use the term addict. This group focuses on changing any kind of addictive behavior. It could be substance use or something like gambling.

There are a few SMART Recovery meetings in your area.

Getting Addiction Treatment at Peace Valley Recovery

Peace Valley Recovery offers targeted treatment plans and outpatient addiction recovery services for our clients. We are located in Doylestown, PA, which is just a 40-minute drive away from Bensalem.

Learn More About the Addiction Recovery Resources in the Bensalem Area

At Peace Valley Recovery, we want people to know that there is help available for them to recover. It can be so hard to struggle with a substance abuse problem, and quite often, people end up feeling all alone. Fortunately, there are many different types of assistance available in the local area.

Some people need the professional help that can only be found at a drug and alcohol rehab program. Others may do well with a peer support group or even other types of assistance. But people need to know what their options are.

Do you have questions about the drug and alcohol addiction recovery resources in the Bensalem area? Please contact us today.

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