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Pennsylvania Addiction Helplines: Drug And Alcohol Abuse Hotlines

Pennsylvania addiction and rehab hotlines

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Drug addiction support goes beyond treatment to literally walk on a one-on-one with a victim. In this way the person feels appreciated, encouraged and uplifted. In Pennsylvania, abuse hotlines are staffed with professional counselors and psychiatrists who listed and offer support to people struggling with substance abuse.

Delphi Health Group Drug Recovery Hotline

People living in Pennsylvania and in need of substance counseling support and treatment can call into Delphi Health Group drug recovery hotline for help in Pennsylvania. The Delphi Health Group has enough human resource capacity to handle drug addiction and recovery cases through this 24/7 abuse hotline number. All calls to (888)-459-5511 are treated as confidential, and any treatment including detox is covered by insurance in most cases.

PA Get Help Now

This helpline gives residents of Pennsylvania intervention help for free in drug addiction and substance abuse. It is managed by the Department of Drug and Alcohol Program (DDAP). Anyone looking for help with addiction treatment of a treatment provider, the 24/7 toll-free 1-800-662-HELP hotline can be a great resource.

PA Free Quitline

Quitting tobacco is not an easy process. It involves interventions and deep counseling programs. Fortunately, the Pennsylvania Free Quitline, 1-800-QUIT-NOW (784-8669), is an invaluable help hotline number to assist people who are struggling to be smoke-free. All calls are directed to expert substance addiction professionals to a one on one help.

Substance Abuse Hotline

This is a national abuse hotline that serves victims of substance abuse in Pennsylvania. Through the 24/7/365 toll-free helpline 1-800-662-HELP (4357) and 1-800-487-4889 (TTY), SAMHSA professionals assist victims of substance and mental abuse both in English and Spanish languages. All assistance is treated with the privacy it deserves.

Drug-related overdose deaths in Pennsylvania almost always exceeds the national average. However, with the initiative the state has taken in establishing drug helpline numbers, victims can get support as and when they need it in Pennsylvania substance addiction treatment centers.

Sharon Levy

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Sharon Levy, MD, MPH

After successful graduation from Boston University, MA, Sharon gained a Master’s degree in Public Health. Since then, Sharon devoted herself entirely to the medical niche. Sharon Levy is also a certified addiction recovery coach.


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  • Jonna
    My husband is addicted to a drug called meth , lately he uses every week like two days , we were trying to find some rehab , but unfortunately the doctors are so busy and didnt really get some real help , please give us some advice, as he says his issues mainly is mental problem