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Residential Long-Term Rehab (More Than 30 Days) - Warminster

Going to and completing a residential long-term treatment (more than 30 days) program in Warminster is generally the cornerstone in an addict's successful recovery from their individual struggles with drug and alcohol addiction. This form of drug rehab is far more intensive than others since the client lives at the facility full-time throughout the treatment process. While many addicts are initially hesitant about going to a long-term program lasting longer than 30 days they soon comprehend the fantastic benefit. A residential long-term treatment (more than 30 days) program provides the recovering man or woman the time to completely withdrawal from drugs and concentrate on themselves. Shorter programs are not capable of this due to their brief duration.

  • Self Help Movement Inc
    8.2 miles from Warminster, Pennsylvania
    Self Help Movement Inc is a Drug Rehab that is located at:

    2600 South Hampton Road
    Philadelphia, PA. 19143

    If you would like to contact Self Help Movement Inc, you can reach them at 215-677-7778.

    Self Help Movement Inc offers the following treatment services: Substance Abuse Treatment Services, Halfway House, Residential Short-Term Treatment (30 Days Or Less), Residential Long-Term Treatment (More Than 30 Days), Men
    Payment forms accepted: Self Payment, Medicaid