Saturday, February 11, 2012

Recovery Resources in Bucks County From Pro A Southern Bucks Community Center

Recovery Resources

Alcohol & Other Drug Information and Recovery Support Line

Does someone you love have an alcohol or other drug problem?
Where can I get help for my alcohol or drug problem?
The Alcohol and Other Drug Information and Recovery Support Line is a free, confidential service operating 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. You will speak to a live person!
The Alcohol and Other Drug Information and Recovery Support Line is an excellent source of information for anyone looking for help for an alcohol or drug problem/addiction in Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia (Southeastern Pennsylvania) and beyond.
An Information Specialist will guide you to accurate, up to date treatment resources, funding/insurance information and recovery support services within your community.

Support Groups for You

Alcoholics Anonymous
phone: (215) 923-7900
Narcotics Anonymous
phone: (215) 483-5154

Support Groups for Family

phone: (215) 222-5244
phone: (215) 218-2231


Homeless Hotline
phone: 1-800-810-4434
Suicide Hotline
phone: 1-800-273-8255

Recovery Advocacy and Information Online

Contact your Legislators

Find your elected state officials at

Voter Registration & Information

An Important Notice from the Pennsylvania Department of Health

In Pennsylvania pregnant women and those who use drugs intravenously are given priority for access to treatment for substance use, abuse, and dependence.
People who use alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs are at higher risk for HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases.
If you are pregnant please seek regular medical check-ups. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle will help both you and your baby stay well.

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