Alcohol and Drug Rehab in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania

Authored by Nicole Colwell, | Medically Reviewed by Peace Valley Recovery Editorial Staff,
Last Updated: October 22, 2022

Peace Valley Recovery is one of Pennsylvania’s best alcohol and drug addiction treatment centers. The center is located conveniently in Doylestown, Pennsylvania.

If you are seeking a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center near you, consider Peace Valley Recovery. We offer outpatient programs for anyone who struggles with substance addiction.

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

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About Peace Valley Recovery

Peace Valley Recovery is an excellent option for patients seeking treatment in or nearby Wilkes-Barre, PA.

Peace Valley recovery provides individualized, patient-centered treatment focused on recovery. Both partial hospitalization programs and intensive outpatient programs are available.

All treatment is evidence-based and uniquely tailored to the individual. Some of the treatment methods used are cognitive-behavioral therapy, EMDR, and family therapy, to name a few.

Peace Valley Recovery offers clean, state-of-the-art facilities and a tranquil setting. The perfect atmosphere to pursue hope, healing, and recovery.

We are located about two hours from the Wilkes-Barre area.

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5230 York Rd, Doylestown, PA 18902

Free Rehab Resources Near Me

There are free addiction resources available in the Wilkes-Barre, PA area. The organizations listed below are always available and meet in nearby community centers.

  • Alcoholics Anonymous: A 12-Step Program for recovering alcoholics.
  • Narcotics Anonymous: A 12-Step Program for recovering addicts, especially drug addicts.
  • SMART Recovery: A non-12-Step program that offers support groups focused on a self-help approach to healing.
  • Al-Anon: An organization that provides support to families with loved ones struggling with substance abuse.
  • Alateen: An extension of Al-Anon targeted toward teenagers and young adults. At this time the meetings are conducted virtually.

These organizations host free weekly meetings that meet in various community centers in your area.

Free support groups can be extremely beneficial for the recovering addict. Not every group is the same, and it may take some time to find the one that is the right fit.

Remember, meeting times and locations can change frequently so it is a good idea to check often.

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