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Our Langhorne Residential program provides gender-specific, individualized recovery services for adult men and women in Bucks County and surrounding areas.

Women’s Trauma-Focused Residential Care

We offer trauma-focused addiction treatment for women in a safe and therapeutic environment. This specialty treatment program is built around evidence-based modalities administered by caring and professional experts. We focus on using a system of comprehensive care to address the unique experiences and treatment needs of adult women, such as severe, untreated childhood trauma, low self-worth connected to intimate relationships and co-occurring disorders.

Our program also teaches women how to safely cope with physical, psychological and emotional trauma without the use of substances, empowering them to overcome feelings of victimization and move toward a life of wellness and personal growth.

Specialty treatment services for adult women at Langhorne include:

  • Trauma Recovery and Empowerment Model (TREM)
  • Living in balance groups (evidence-based treatment model)
  • Medication management
  • Meditation
  • Music and art therapy
  • Life skills groups
  • Yoga
  • Team building groups
  • Recreational activities

These and other programs are designed to provide women with a safe, non-judgmental space to recover.

Men’s Residential Care

Men in our treatment program at Langhorne live on-site in a structured setting where they receive education, therapy and medical care to assist them in working through personal issues and ultimately overcoming their addiction. We focus on educating clients on the disease of addiction and giving them the tools and skills needed to be successful in recovery outside of residential treatment.

Specialty treatment services for adult men include:

  • Music and art therapy
  • Weekly grief and loss groups
  • Daily refuge recovery meetings
  • Spirituality/wellness groups
  • Medication management
  • Withdrawal management
  • Yoga
  • Anger management
  • Life skills groups
  • Team building groups
  • Relapse prevention

These and other services help men distance themselves from self-destructive behaviors and embrace recovery.

Have questions about our women’s or men’s programming? Call (215) 968-4713, x220. There is no obligation to enter treatment when you call.

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