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Chester County, Pennsylvania

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Get Drug Addiction or Alcoholism Treatment in Chester County, Pennsylvania

Chester County is in the southeastern portion of Pennsylvania and is home to about 450,000 residents. Chester County has a storied past and was actually one of the three original Pennsylvania counties created by William Penn. It is also home to numerous historic Quaker buildings including Bradord, Caln, and Old Kennett. The county seat of Chester County also known as Chesco is West Chester, and their largest city is Coatesville. Chester County is not unlike the rest of the nation, the area has seen an unprecedented increase in drug overdoses.

Overdose rates in Chester County, Pennsylvania

In 2014, Chesco had a total of 62 drug overdose deaths. 22 of the accidental overdoses had heroin in their system. By 2017, the rate of accidental drug overdoses more than doubled. Chester County had 144 drug overdoses in the year of 2017. 30-39 year old males were the group most affected by these figures. The increase of drug overdose deaths in Chesco has been alarming. We have gathered a list of treatment resources to hopefully help you or a loved one find help in Chester County.

Chester County, Pennsylvania Addiction Treatment Resources

At Maryland Addiction Recovery Center, we understand that recovery is about utilizing your network in whatever location you may be. After the continuum of care a lot of clients may be going back home or making a move and we want to make sure to enable and support the changes while reintegrating. If you are in Chester County before or after treatment we want to make sure that you have support in a recovery community.

 

Chester County, Pennsylvania Drug and Alcohol Meetings


Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)Southeastern Pennsylvania Intergroup
215-923-7900

Narcotics Anonymous (NA)Eastern PA Region of Narcotics Anonymous
844-624-3575Clean Acres Area of Narcotics Anonymous
215-629-6757
844-624-3575

Chester County Drug and Alcohol Services601 Westtown Road, Suite 325
West Chester, PA 19380
610-344-6620

Caron Parent & Family Support Groups

Exton, PA Caron Parent & Family Support Group
Meets every Wednesday, 7pm-8:30pm
Exton Baptist Church
114 East Swedesford Road
Exton, PA 19341

Group Contact:
Larry W.
484-574-2019
Lhward999@gmail.com

Caron Contact:
Keith Rogers
610-505-7756
krogers@caron.org

Exton, PA Sibling Support Group

Meets on second Wednesday of every month
7:00pm-8:30pm (Must be 18 years and older to attend)
Exton Baptist Church
114 East Swedesford Road
Exton, PA 19341

Group Contact:
Kevin K.
484-888-2711
Kevin1kelly@msn.com

Caron Contact:
Keith Rogers
610-505-7756
krogers@caron.org

Kennett Square, PA Caron Parent & Family Support Group

Meets every Thursday, 7pm-9pm
First Baptist Church
415 West State Street
Kennett Square, PA 19348

Group Contact:
Luis
484-888-9682
Luis.kaciescause@gmail.com

Caron Contact:
Keith Rogers
610-505-7756

West Chester, PA Caron Parent & Family Support Group

Meets every Tuesday, 7pm-9pm
Westminster Presbyterian Church
10 West Pleasant Grove Road
West Chester, PA 19382

Group Contacts:
Lyle and Deidre F.
610-793-3446 (Home)
302-668-8118 (Cell)

Caron Contact:
Keith Rogers
610-505-7756
krogers@caron.org

West Chester, PA Caron Newcomers Group

Meets every Monday 7pm-8:30pm
Westminster Presbyterian Church
10 West Pleasant Grove Road
West Chester, PA 19382

Group Contact:
Dave P.
610-420-8427

Caron Contact:
Keith Rogers
610-505-7756
krogers@caron.org

Find us

We offer several levels of care and access points to treatment for addiction and dual diagnosis. Patient’s receive evidence-based, individualized, patient-centered services based on clinical needs and treat addiction as a chronic condition. All treatment programs include:

  • – Weekly individual counseling
  • – Group therapy
  • – Family therapy, coaching, support and guidance
  • – Biopsychosocial assessments
  • – Psychiatric care and medication management
  • – Medical assessments and ongoing monitoring
  • – Life skills training, development and support
  • – Academic/Workforce Vocational training and reentry
  • – Community-based personal recovery support
  • – Substance Use Disorder education