Sunday, February 5, 2012


Our Mission Statement
Our mission is to provide comprehensive behavioral health services (Prevention, Intervention, Treatment, Continuing Care) for youth, young adults, families, and communities.
Our Vision Statement
TODAY, Inc. will:
  • Be known for its ability to provide cost-effective, individualized, innovative and comprehensive continuum of care to those affected by the disease of chemical dependency.
  • Have a reputation for responding to the ever-changing needs of its consumers.
  • Be known for its caring and nurturing environment in which those affected by chemical dependency may see recovery and adopt a new way of life.
Our Value Statements
  • We believe that chemical dependency is a treatable disease
  • We believe that chemical dependency is a systemic disease and we are committed to treating all those affected
  • We believe in offering a complete continuum of care in order to provide effective and individualized treatment
  • We are committed to providing a credentialed, skilled and effective staff
  • We are committed to continually improving the quality and integrity of our services
  • We believe in ongoing, personalized, agency-wide staff development
  • We believe that the well-being of the people that we treat is our primary concern
  • We are committed to providing an environment that is conducive to growth, dignity and recovery
  • We are committed to providing care which is based on the 12-Step approach to recovery
Our History
In 1970, a small group of concerned Bucks County community leaders explored the possibility of establishing a comprehensive, residential rehabilitation program for adolescent substance abusers. Their backgrounds in the fields of law enforcement, drug enforcement, legal counsel, corrections and special education made these individuals (John D. Case, William H. Eastburn, William D. Ford, John L. Hopson and Earl W. McWilliams, PhD.) aware of the need for such a program. The initial funding of $5,000 was made available through a grant from the Bucks County Bar Association.
After months of planning, research and discussion, TODAY, Inc. was  born. Intended to be an alternative to incarceration, the organization would be a private, free-standing, non-profit agency. One which would be accessible to all, regardless of economic, ethnic or religious backgrounds.
Since its opening on March 1, 1971, TODAY, Inc. has provided a highly successful, comprehensive, continuum of behavioral health services. Our formal treatment services have helped over 20,000 young people and their families.
Under the TODAY, Inc. umbrella, a broad array of evidence-based prevention services have also been implemented in the treatment of substance use and co-occuring disorders. With their focus on identifying risk and protective factors, these programs have helped to educate and support communities throughout the greater Delaware Valley region.

*** If you are interested in reviewing our most recent Annual Report, please feel to contact our administration at 215-968-4713 or you may visit our site and request to speak with some on

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