Alcohol Treatment Resources

Some courts may require participation in a substance abuse program or counseling as part of your sentencing, whether it’s for a DUI offense, underage drinking, or driving under the influence of drugs. If you or someone you know have an alcohol abuse problem, you should seek professional help as soon as possible.

The following are a list of alcohol treatment resources that offer rehabilitation for alcohol and drug abuse:

Alcoholics Anonymous
A group of men and women who share experiences and support to recover from alcoholism.Lancaster A.A. Central Office, Inc.
Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Phone: (717) 394-3238

The Lancaster Freedom Center
Outpatient treatment services for chemical addictions and mental health problems.436 North Lime Street
Lancaster, PA
Phone: (717) 397-9118

Lancaster Clinical Counseling Associates
Substance abuse services.131 East Orange Street
Lancaster, PA 17602
Phone: (717) 299-0131

White Deer Run/Cove Forge Behavioral Health System
A broad range of rehabilitation services and guidance for alcoholism and drug addiction.53-55 West End Avenue
Lancaster, PA
Phone: (877) 907-6237

Rehab After Work
Outpatient programs, individual and family counseling, DUI education programs, and psychiatric evaluations and monitoring.1725 Oregon Pike #205b
Lancaster, PA
Phone: (610) 644-6464

Manos House Drug and Alcohol Services
Drug and alcohol treatment program that consists of supervised independent living arrangements, as well as residential treatment and a licensed private academic high school.1290 Prospect Road
Columbia, PA 17512
Phone: (717) 285-0435

Compass Mark
Committed to guiding individuals and families on a journey toward lives free from substance abuse and full of promise.630 Janet Avenue
Lancaster, PA 17601
Phone: (717) 299-2831

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