Addiction Rehab in Reading, PA

Authored by Nicole Colwell, | Medically Reviewed by Dr. Elizabeth Drew, MD
Last Updated: August 9, 2022

Peace Valley Recovery is an addiction treatment center that serves Reading and the surrounding area.

You or a loved one may be struggling with a drug and/or alcohol addiction. If you are in the Reading, PA area, we have the best treatment programs to help you with that addiction.

Our programs are personalized for your needs, and we want to walk you through your recovery journey.

We aim to help people who are in or near Reading who want to recover from substance addiction. This is a process that takes time, and we have addiction recovery models that are effective, compassionate, and caring.

Most addiction treatment will be covered by insurance. You can find out if your health insurance plan covers rehab treatment with us by verifying your insurance or by calling us.

Start Your Recovery at Peace Valley Recovery

  • Therapy: group & individual therapy
  • Aftercare Plan: comprehensive individualized program
  • Insurance: most major insurances accepted
  • Housing: safe sober living environment

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(215) 780-1953

Free Rehab Resources Near Me

12-Step programs and other support groups are there to offer assistance to people in Reading who need it. There are groups for both addicts/alcoholics and their families.

Our Closest Therapy Center

Peace Valley Recovery

5230 York Rd, Doylestown, PA 18902

Find a Local Meeting
Alcoholics Anonymous is an organization that has been around for several decades. They have helped millions of people be successful in recovery. They offer several meetings in Reading each week.

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
11:00 AM
Sunday Morning Speakers Group
Muhlenberg Recreation Center
3025 River Rd
Reading, PA 19605
7:00 PM
YASNY Group
Faith Lutheran Church
210 N 25th St
Reading, PA 19606
5:30 PM
Boyertown Group
Boyertown Inn
1 S. Reading Ave.
Reading, PA
Boyertown
5:15 PM
Happy Hour Group
Calvary Baptist Church
510 Park Ave
Reading, PA 19611
8:00 PM
Walnut Street Recovery Group
Former EDI Clubhouse
647 Walnut St
Reading, PA 19601
8:00 PM
New Life Speakers Group
Atonement Lutheran Church
5 Wyomissing Blvd
Wyomissing, PA 19610
8:00 PM
Alpha Group
St. James Church
644 Penn Ave
West Reading, PA 19611
Narcotics Anonymous is similar to AA, but they primarily work with people who have drug addictions. They offer many support groups in Reading every week.

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
4:00 PM
Christ Church Episcopal
435 Court St
Reading, PA 19601
5:30 PM
St. Luke’s Lutheran Church
449 N. 9th St.
Reading, PA
5:30 PM
Clubhouse Inc
647 Walnut Street
Berks, PA 19601
7:00 PM
Christ Church Episcopal
435 Court St
Reading, PA 19601
7:00 PM
Saint John’s United Church of Christ
57 Saint John Rd
Birdsboro, PA 19508
7:30 PM
St. Andrew’s United Church of Christ
1320 Spruce St.
Reading, PA
6:30 PM
One United Church of Christ
1730 New Holland Rd.
Reading, PA
7:00 PM
Christ Church Episcopal
435 Court St
Reading, PA 19601
7:00 PM
Saint John’s United Church of Christ
57 Saint John Rd
Birdsboro, PA 19508
Al-Anon is an organization that can provide support to hurting families who are struggling because of a loved one’s addiction. Alateen is an extension of that, and they offer meetings for young people. There are many in the Reading area.

Reading Al-Anon Meetings
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
7:00 PM
Fourth and Windsor AFG
Holy Spirit Lutheran Church
421 Windsor St
Reading, PA 19601
5:15 PM
515 Monday AFG
Calvary Baptist Church
510 Park Ave
Reading, PA 19611
6:00 PM
Warriors In Recovery AFG
Calvary Reformed Church of Christ
640 Center Ave.
Reading, PA 19605
7:30 PM
Birdsboro Wednesday Night AFG
St Mark’s Evangelical Lutheran Church
5 Brooke Manor
Birdsboro, PA 19508
5:45 PM
AFG Spoken Here
Faith Lutheran Church
210 N 25th St
Reading, PA 19606
7:00 PM
Friday Night AFG Works Study Group
Physical Medicine & Rehab – Tower Health Medical Group
2802 Papermill Rd
Reading, PA 19610
5:00 PM
Wilshire AFG
St Peters United Church Of Christ
2901 Curtis Rd
Reading, PA 19609
7:00 PM
Robesonia AFG
St. Paul’s UCC Church
301 W. Penn Ave.
Robesonia, PA 19551
SMART Recovery is an organization that offers a non-12-Step approach to addiction recovery. They have meetings scheduled in the Reading area every week.

TUESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
11:00 am
RISE Center – Big Mill Apartments
702 N. 8th St.
Reading, PA
1st Floor
11:00 am
RISE Center – Big Mill Apartments
702 N. 8th St.
Reading, PA
1st Floor
10:15 am
Coatesville VA
1400 Blackhorsehill Rd.
Building 57, Room 261
Coatesville, PA
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Drug and Alcohol Treatment Around You

Before attending an outpatient support group or 12-Step meeting, most people need to begin with professional treatment. There are several options available for people in Reading who are looking for drug and alcohol rehab. They include:

People should be careful to choose the method of treatment that will meet their needs best. It may be wise to get a professional recommendation.

How Many Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities are Near You

The SAMHSA treatment locator tool indicates that there are a total of 8 drug and alcohol treatment centers around you in the Reading, PA area. They include:

  • 2 facilities that offer detox.
  • 2 sober living homes.
  • 7 outpatient programs.
  • 1 inpatient facility.
  • 3 intensive outpatient programs.

Detox Facilities Near You

Detox is often a vital step in your recovery process. This is the process of clearing the toxic substances from your body. Whether detox is part of an inpatient program or is done on an outpatient basis, it is important to get your body back to its natural working condition, not dependent on the drug.

If you or a loved one needs detox services, we have places nearby that can help with that. We can help you through the process.

Sober Living Homes Nearby

When you are finished with an inpatient program, you may not feel ready to conquer the world on your own yet. That’s what sober living homes are for.

These homes are set up for recovering addicts to live with others who know the struggle. They are just like living in your own place because you have to pay rent, do household chores and you have the freedom to come and go.

However, you must remain sober and there are random drug tests in these homes. If you are looking for a sober living home, there are 2 near you.

Outpatient Programs

Outpatient programs are often a continuation of an inpatient program. When you are done with inpatient rehab, remaining in treatment will help you maintain your sobriety.

Outpatient treatment programs allow you the freedom to work, go to school, raise your family, or do any other daily activity while working counseling sessions into your schedule. This can help you have accountability and support throughout your sobriety.

Intensive Outpatient In Your Area

Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOPs) are similar to regular outpatient programs because you can live at home and live your daily life. However, the therapy is more involved and the sessions occur more times throughout the week. These programs are helpful, and they add another level of support.

Is There an Inpatient Facility Near Me?

Inpatient rehab is what many people need. It is spending a length of time, usually around 28 days, living in the facility and being focused solely on rehab. This can include detox, different types of counseling, and learning to change your habits. There is one inpatient facility in your area.

Talk with Someone Today About Your Options for Addiction Recovery Resources in Reading, PA

At Peace Valley Recovery, we want as many people as possible to get the help they need to recover from drug and alcohol addiction. We know how hard it can be to stop using, but there are many quality resources available in Reading, Pennsylvania to help.

Recovering from addiction is not impossible. But it is much easier with the right level of support. Would you like to get more information about going to rehab or about the addiction recovery resources that are available in Reading? We can help. Please contact us today.

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