We invite you to experience the difference at DayBreak.

We pride ourselves in providing an authentic path to addiction treatment and recovery. We believe hope is on the horizon. We see a potential future for every alcoholic and addict and want to help you blossom into the new you. Change is possible, families can heal, life can be worth living. Come experience the difference at DayBreak.

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Our Program Detox

Before patients enter our Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOP) or Partial Hospitalization Treatment (PHP), some may require an in-house drug or alcohol detox.

The detoxification process cleanses the body of drugs and alcohol and is the first step in recovering from substance and/or alcohol abuse disorder.

Our medically supervised detox helps patients wean themselves off a drug or alcohol. This process cleanses the bloodstream of the substances, assisting the patient in feeling normal again. We provide a full medical detox, which means patients undergo comprehensive medical and psychological care.

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Our Program Inpatient Rehab

Facing the challenges of addiction recovery on your own may not be an option. Mental health conditions and the initial detox can make the process dangerous. The stress you will face alone, or without proper guidance, can inflate other struggles that can cloud your mind and hinder recovery. Other outside influences can be detrimental to progress, as well. Even if addiction is beat, those who attempt to face substance abuse disorders alone will often relapse.

Our inpatient drug and alcohol rehab provides extensive care and support during this process. Therapy sessionsmedical detox, and a communal effort will all be implored to help you achieve total and real addiction recovery.

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Our Program Partial Hospitaliation (PHP)

  • Structured housing support
  • Comprehensive evaluation and treatment planning
  • Community Integration
  • Morning, afternoon and evening sessions six days a week
  • Master’s-level therapists & co-occurring support
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Our Program Intensive Outpatient (IOP)

  • Employment support
  • Nine hours of group therapy a week
  • Life skills education
  • Supportive alumni meetings (weekly) and events
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Preferred Housing Program

For clients that require out-patient housing we offer housing through our preferred network of local recovery houses

  • PHP – Structured and supervised living while attending our Partial Hospitalization program.
  • IOP – First step towards a fully integrated sober life with a semi structured living situation encouraging a work/ life balance with an emphasis on working a program of sobriety thru 12-step programs. Employment support. Random drug testing.
  • Sober Living Housing – Fully integrated back into the mainstream and sharing a home with sober roommates.

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Best Detox & Rehab Center for Addiction in Pennsylvania

The way to successfully manage your addiction to drugs or alcohol and achieve lasting recovery is to enroll in a high-quality rehab program. More than 22 million people in the U.S. are living with a serious addiction problem–many of them right here in Pennsylvania. As a disease that impacts a person’s physical and psychological health, addiction requires multifaceted treatment to end the dependence on alcohol or drugs. As a leading Pennsylvania drug and alcohol detox and treatment center, DayBreak provides clients with the addiction treatment and support they need to get better–and stay better. Unlike many rehabs in Pennsylvania, we offer customized addiction treatments that help clients manage their addiction and prevent relapse. 

Why Choose DayBreak for Rehab in Pennsylvania?

DayBreak offers substance abuse treatment programs for addiction to drugs and alcohol. If you are addicted to street drugs, prescription drugs, or alcohol, we can help. We are staffed by caring clinicians and addiction specialists who have devoted their careers to helping people effectively manage their addiction and repair the damage that drug or alcohol dependence has had on their lives. With differing levels of support, our treatment programs include detox, inpatient treatment, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient therapy, and more. Not all addiction treatment centers in Pennsylvania offer the range of inpatient and outpatient treatments that we’re able to provide. We offer medically sanctioned treatments as well as alternative and holistic therapies that support whole-person recovery. At DayBreak, clients the empathetic care they need to heal their mind, body, and spirit.

Alcohol Detox Program in Pennsylvania

Medical detox for alcohol use disorder is generally the first phase of an alcohol treatment program. Detox addresses the physical component of addiction. As the body is slowly weaned of alcohol dependence, clients do experience withdrawal symptoms. However, our doctors can treat these symptoms with medications that reduce their severity. Medically supervised detox is the safest way to overcome alcohol dependence. Once completed, clients can move on to the next stage of their alcohol abuse treatment program. 

Drug Detox Program

Drug addiction treatment also begins with medical detox. During the detox process, clients are weaned from the drug they’re addicted to. Again, clinicians can treat any unpleasant withdrawal symptoms like headache or nausea to reduce the discomfort they cause. It is never a good idea to detox alone because withdrawal symptoms can quickly become so severe that they trigger a medical emergency. At DayBreak’s detox center, our medically supervised detox means that staff is available to treat those symptoms before they can become so intense that they cause an unsafe situation. 

Alcohol Rehab in Pennsylvania

DayBreak provides treatment for alcohol and drug addiction that is tailored to each individual’s needs. Our rehab programs encompass a wide range of treatments that support recovery and relapse prevention. During alcohol rehab treatment, clients spend time identifying the triggers that led them to abuse alcohol. They also meet in individual and group settings to develop strategies for managing those unhealthy triggers. Relapse prevention also plays a major role in our inpatient and outpatient programs. While enrolled in our alcohol treatment program, clients can expect empathetic care and a safe, positive environment where they can focus on healing. 

Drug Rehab in Pennsylvania

DayBreak features drug addiction treatment for adult women and men that’s customized for their unique needs. Each person brings a different set of circumstances with them to our Pennsylvania rehab. We help them to manage their addiction in the context of those circumstances, helping them identify and manage triggers to abuse drugs and showing them how to prevent relapse. Our addiction treatment provides a foundation for building lasting recovery. We’ve helped thousands of people who are addicted to prescription narcotics, heroin, cocaine, and other drugs to manage their addiction successfully and rebuild their lives. Our treatment facility is welcoming, comfortable, and safe. Our caring team of addiction specialists want to support you as you begin your healing journey. 

How Much Does Rehab Cost?

The cost of rehab in Pennsylvania varies depending on the level of care that a client needs and the length of time they spend rehab. Residential treatment programs that involve around-the-clock support are more costly than outpatient treatment programs. Understandably, clients do worry about cost. Once you visit DayBreak and your condition is evaluated, clinicians can recommend the ideal course of addiction treatment for you based on your specific needs. At that point, staff can discuss the costs of treatment as well as what your insurance plan will cover. 

How Long Does Detox Last?

The detox process can be dynamic, which is to say that the time frame varies from person to person. Even so, many clients complete the process in about a week. Some people may detox more quickly, while others may need more than a week to overcome their dependence. The detox time frame depends on the addictive substance, how long the person has been addicted to that substance (or substances), and their own unique chemistry. While we can’t pinpoint precisely how long your detox may take, we do know that most people experience withdrawal symptoms that peak between 24 and 72 hours after their last use of alcohol or drugs. After that point, they gradually begin to feel better until they’re well enough to begin the next phase of their residential inpatient or outpatient program.

30 Day (Short Term Rehab)

Most drug and alcohol rehab centers in Pennsylvania feature 30 day treatment programs. A 30 day addiction treatment program is generally the minimum time needed to spur a strong recovery start. Some clients may spend a shorter amount of time–15 days, for instance–enrolled in inpatient rehab but then transition to partial hospitalization programs or an  intensive outpatient program. Keep in mind that addiction recovery is a process. It doesn’t actually stop when a person leaves formal rehab treatment. People continue to grow in stability as they put the strategies they learned in rehab into action in their everyday lives. Studies have shown that the longer a person spends in formal treatment for substance abuse disorders, the less likely they are to suffer relapse. Consequently, a 30 day treatment program in an addiction treatment facility may not be enough time for many. 

Long Term Rehab (60-90 Days)

Long-term residential addiction treatment provides a strong recovery foundation that many clients need in order to successfully manage their addiction. Often, individuals with a long history of alcohol or drug abuse, a dual diagnosis, or unsupportive home environment can benefit from a longer inpatient treatment program. Again, some clients begin their recovery process with a partial hospitalization program only to transition to an outpatient program when they feel stable enough to do so. With a gradual decrease of support, clients can slowly regain their independence as they become empowered to manage their addiction. 

PHP in Pennsylvania

Partial hospitalization (PHP) programs in Pennsylvania offer a robust level of recovery support. Though not a residential inpatient program, a PHP program involves day-long treatments that immerse clients in their recovery process. Partial hospitalization programs are highly structured to include individual therapy, group counseling sessions, breaks, and even special activities designed to relieve stress or promote some aspect of addiction management. DayBreak features alcohol and drug partial hospitalization programming designed to offer a high degree of support. 

IOP in Pennsylvania

Intensive outpatient treatment at DayBreak is less intensive than PHP but more intensive than regular outpatient programming for addiction treatment. While a PHP involves daily treatment that lasts most of the day, intensive outpatient therapy may involve three to four visits to rehab per week. Regular outpatient therapy may involve two to three sessions per week. Many clients transition to IOP after residential treatment or detox programs. IOP is ideal for clients who feel stable enough to return to their homes and life after their treatment sessions. People who still feel unstable and unable to ward off relapse may require a more robust level of treatment support that a PHP or long-term residential treatment can supply. 

Does My Insurance Have Coverage for Rehab?

Today, most medical insurance plans offer coverage for behavioral health, which includes substance abuse treatment. However, that coverage can vary. Some insurance plans cover 15 days of inpatient treatment, while others cover a month or more. When you contact DayBreak, our insurance specialists can help you determine what your medical coverage affords in terms of both inpatient and outpatient treatment. We’ll help you find out what rehab treatments are covered by your insurance carrier.

Additional Therapies & Addiction Treatments Available

Daybreak offers a wide range of therapies and treatments for drug and alcohol use disorders. We feature medically sanctioned treatments as well as alternative and holistic therapies. Collectively, these treatments support whole-person recovery. We offer treatments that address every aspect of a person’s life that addiction impacts. Many addiction rehab centers in Pennsylvania do not offer the number of therapies that DayBreak does. We know that some people respond better to some treatments than others. We’re happy to be able to offer a range of effective treatments to ensure that each client gets the individualized support they need to reach their recovery goals.

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)

Medication assisted treatment, known less formally as MAT, relies on medications to help people end their dependence on substances like opioids or alcohol. These substances are powerfully addictive. Dependence on them is associated with powerful cravings that may even go well beyond the medical detox process. Medications like Suboxone can reduce the cravings for opioids without causing the individual to feel high or experience withdrawal symptoms. When a person’s cravings and withdrawal symptoms are effectively managed, they can focus more fully on their addiction therapies, which is why our rehab resources include MAT for clients who need it.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive behavioral therapy is an evidence-based (medically approved) addiction treatment that helps clients understand how their thoughts, emotions, and behaviors impact their recovery. A core therapy featured in many addiction treatment centers in Pennsylvania, CBT is also helpful in treatment dual diagnosis. During CBT sessions, clients learn to identify their unhealthy patterns of thinking and feeling and then develop ways to manage them before they can trigger unhealthy behaviors that could pave the road to relapse. 

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)

Also a medically sanctioned treatment for substance use disorders, DBT also addresses an individual’s unhealthy thoughts like CBT in order to create positive change. DBT therapies employ storytelling strategies, modeling, practice, and feedback to help clients build their skills for more effectively regulating their emotions, developing mindfulness, and tolerating distress with improved coping skills. The skills that clients develop during DBT sessions will help them maintain their commitment to sober living.

Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT)

Though similar to CBT, rational emotive behavioral therapy specifically targets an individual’s thoughts–more precisely, their irrational beliefs. Often, REBT therapists will focus on a key event that may have shaped the individual’s beliefs. Clients will learn to recognize how events impacted their thoughts and beliefs to distort them, causing unhealthy behaviors. Like CBT, clients learn to identify and then begin to change these ways of thinking and believing in order to arrive at a healthier mindset. 

Dual Diagnosis Treatment

Dual diagnosis involves a substance addiction as well as a mental health disorder such as post traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, or depression. Also known as co-occurring disorders, these conditions require different but simultaneous  behavioral health treatments. Unless both conditions are managed, either one can negatively impact the other. DayBreak offers dual diagnosis treatment. While recovery takes time, both conditions can be successfully managed with therapy and, often, with medication. 

Relapse Prevention 

Relapse prevention can take many forms. At DayBreak, our alcohol and drug programs address relapse with a strong educational component. We teach clients how to recognize the early stages of relapse so they can manage the risk successfully. Relapse prevention is something that clients must focus on long after they leave any alcohol and drug rehabs in Pennsylvania because there isn’t a cure for addiction. Clients must guard against relapse with the addiction management skills they learned in rehab. Many clients will attend aftercare programs such as AA meetings or Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meetings. Some people may elect to live in sober living communities for a period of time until they feel less vulnerable to relapse and are better able to manage their condition.

Alternative Treatments

While DayBreak features many medically sanctioned addiction treatments, we also offer alternative treatments and holistic therapies that are widely known to support recovery. Many clients respond extremely well to these treatments. Together with more conventional therapies like CBT, our alternative treatments provide clients with a broad range of support for managing their addiction and preventing relapse. While not every addiction program in Pennsylvania is equipped to offer alternative therapies like yoga or family therapy, DayBreak features an expansive menu of treatment offerings. 

Acupuncture

Acupuncture is increasing in popularity as an effective addiction treatment. Specifically, it is used during drug and alcohol detox to reduce discomfort from withdrawal symptoms as well as during residential treatment programs or even outpatient treatment programs. How acupuncture causes people to feel calmer or more comfortable is not entirely understood, but practitioners believe that the use of needles placed in trigger points on the body causes the body to release its natural feel-good endorphins. As these endorphins are released, people tend to feel better. Clients report feeling relief from cravings to use as well as withdrawal symptoms. Not all clients are interested in trying acupuncture, but it may be the ideal addiction recovery therapy for you. If you are interested in acupuncture therapy, DayBreak can include it in your treatment plan.

Yoga

Yoga is a healthful activity that can be extremely beneficial to people recovering from alcoholism or drug addiction. An ancient practice, yoga involves precise movement, stretching, and breathing techniques. Its focus on mindfulness is helpful for clients who need to find healthy ways to manage their stress and negative emotions. Yoga is a calming activity that supports clients’ recovery goals. Addiction management takes time and practice. Yoga is just one strategy that many people in recovery report to work well. Because yoga benefits both physical and mental health, it’s become a popular alternative addiction therapy in alcohol and drug rehab centers in Pennsylvania and elsewhere. Also, if you find yoga helps you keep your recovery on track, you may want to practice it on an ongoing basis after you complete your residential treatment or outpatient program.

Meditation

Meditation is a practice that helps people in recovery manage their stress, negative emotions, and other triggers to use alcohol or drugs. During meditation sessions, clients strive to clear their minds of all thoughts and feelings. Their goal is simply to become mindful of their present calm state of being. They will practice slowed breathing techniques and may focus on a single object in their room to help them empty their mind of thoughts. DayBreak offers meditation therapy because it’s been shown to reduce stress, improve mood, increase focus and concentration, improve emotional stability, alleviate mental health symptoms, and help ward off relapse. Having learned meditation techniques at our rehab center in Pennsylvania, clients can practice this method of stress relief whenever they choose. 

Group Therapy

Group therapy often plays a core role in rehab centers in Pennsylvania. Recovery meetings that involve groups of people recovering from an addiction have long been popular, especially with groups like Alcoholics Anonymous. At DayBreak, group therapy sessions are therapist-led and designed to encourage participants to support one another as they discuss topics associated with addiction and its management. Group therapy has a way of reminding people that they aren’t alone in their recovery journey. An addiction can feel like an isolating and lonely experience. Plus, many people in recovery are tasked to leave many friends and unhealthy relationships behind because of their negative impact. Group therapy is a way for clients to meet other people who are also trying to change their lives for the better. 

One on One Therapy

One on one therapy is a core treatment offered at most Northeast treatment centers and elsewhere in the country. During individual therapy sessions, clients discuss many aspects of their addiction. Their therapist will help them identify what led them to abuse alcohol or drugs. Knowing that triggers them to use is essential for managing the addiction. In essence, they have to manage those triggers successfully in order to refrain from turning to drugs or alcohol in the future. During one-on-one counseling sessions, clients may work to change their unhealthy patterns of thinking. They might discuss problems they’re having at work or at home. Their therapist can help them find strategies for problem solving so that they can keep their recovery on track. 

Family Therapy

Family therapy is another important treatment option that is advantageous for many clients. As many clients know, relationships can suffer because of addiction’s impact. DayBreak offers family therapy in order to help clients repair their relationships and to help family members cope with their loved one’s addiction and past behaviors that may have caused a rift in the family. During therapy sessions, therapists will help family members understand how to provide healthy ways of supporting their loved one and to avoid unhealthy or enabling behaviors that can hinder addiction recovery. Because each family is unique, therapists take a customized approach to helping each one address their issues to heal relationships and support the client’s recovery journey. 

Trauma Informed Therapy 

About a third of people suffering from addiction also have a dual diagnosis. Among these, post traumatic stress disorder is not a rare occurrence. Many people suffering from mental illnesses like PTSD turned to drugs or alcohol in order to self-medicate away their symptoms. Trauma informed therapy is designed to help clients manage their addiction with their past trauma in mind. That trauma should ideally be taken into account in order to provide the level of support that clients need to manage all of their symptoms–addiction symptoms and mental health symptoms. The truth is–addiction doesn’t come out of nowhere. It often has its genesis in past trauma or multiple traumatic experiences. Addressing that trauma is important to the successful treatment of drug and alcohol addiction. 

EMDR

Short for eye movement desensitization and reprocessing, EMDR is a treatment based on visual stimulation. It is specifically used to help people suffering from post traumatic stress disorder or having experienced traumatic events in the past that impacted their alcohol or drug use. The treatments are designed to help clients improve the way they cope with the negative emotions associated with their traumatic experiences. Not all treatment centers in Pennsylvania offer EMDR as an addiction treatment. At DayBreak, it is among our alternative treatment options. 

Physical Fitness

During recovery programs at DayBreak, clients developed effective strategies for managing their addiction and its triggers. Physical fitness is one of those strategies that supports whole-person wellness. One does not have to be a talented athlete to benefit from physical fitness activities. As an addiction therapy, physical fitness at any level can be beneficial for helping clients manage common triggers to use such as negative emotions or stress. When a person exercises, the body releases feel-good endorphins that flood both the brain and body. These endorphins go to work reducing the muscle aches and soreness associated with exercise and also wind up having a positive effect on the brain–specifically on a person’s mood and mental energy levels. Working out can support a healthy lifestyle, which is part of a sound sober living plan. 

Off Site Activities

Off site activities provide opportunities for clients to connect with other people in recovery, to alleviate stress, and to reintegrate back into the world in healthy ways. Again, not all Pennsylvania addiction treatment centers offer recreational off site activities, but we have found that it is a positive aspect of our recovery programs. It also gives clients a mental break from their intensive therapy sessions. Our addiction specialists plan many different off site activities throughout the year in order to enhance our treatment programs. 

 

Why Choose DayBreak

If you live in Pennsylvania and are addicted to drugs or alcohol, it’s important to take the first steps to recovery. Our addiction center and treatment resources in Pennsylvania provide a strong foundation to build recovery. With high-quality drug and alcohol treatment, you can end your dependence on dangerous substances that threaten to rob you of your physical and mental health. Whether you enroll in outpatient treatment or inpatient treatment, you can expect the clinicians and staff at DayBreak to provide you with the support you need to reach lasting recovery. 

Don’t wait any longer to tackle your alcohol or drug abuse problem. It won’t get better until you do–and there’s a strong likelihood that it will get worse. Addiction is a chronic condition that’s usually progressive without treatment. With help from DayBreak and a customized rehab program tailored to your needs, you can manage your addiction for good. Visit us or call to learn more.

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