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Montgomery County, Pennsylvania

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Get Drug Addiction or Alcoholism Treatment in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania

Montgomery County, also known as Montco, is the third most populated county in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania with a 2017 census estimated population of 826,075. Montco is adjacent and directly northwest of Philadelphia. The county seat of Montgomery County is Norristown. The county includes a range of open land and rural areas in the north and densely populated suburban areas near Philadelphia. Montgomery County is a wealthy area as well, home to a booming economy with major employers including Pfizer, Prudential, Quest Diagnostics, and Aetna. Many residents commute to and work in Philadelphia.

Like many other areas in the country, Montgomery County has experienced a rise in drug-related deaths. The use of heroin, opioids, cocaine, alcohol, and prescription pills has reached dangerous levels.

Overdose rates in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania

The increase in overdose rates are to be highlighted. In 2002, there were just a total of 39 drug-related deaths. Now this is shocking, in 2015, there were a total of 177 drug-related deaths. A 351% increase! Many of these overdoses were found to be fatal opiod overdoses. The contributing factor to this, is the increase in heroin and painkiller use, and well as the recent and worrisome surge of fentanyl-cut heroin.

Montgomery 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 Montgomery County before or after treatment we want to make sure that you have support in a recovery community.

Montgomery County, Pennsylvania Drug and Alcohol Meetings


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

Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
Eastern PA Region of Narcotics Anonymous
844-624-3575

Montgomery County Health Department

www.montcopa.org/513/health-department

Department of Health and Human Services
1430 DeKalb Street
Norristown, PA 19404
montcohhs@montcopa.org

Office of Drug & Alcohol
P.O. Box 311
Norristown, PA 19404
610-278-3630
https://www.montcopa.org/1339/Drug-Alcohol

Drug Addiction Resource Alliance (DARA)

darasaveslives@gmail.com
www.darasaveslives.com

Caron Parent & Family Support Groups

Hatboro, PA Parent & Family Support Group
Meets every Thursday, 7pm-8:30pm
Hatboro Federal Administration Building
212 S. York Road
Hatboro, PA 19040

Group Contact:
Kim R.
215-416-5604
kim@conversation.zone

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

Limerick, PA Caron Parent & Family Support Group
Meets every Tuesday & Wednesday, 7pm-8:30pm
Crossroads Presbyterian Church
10 West Cherry Lane
Limerick, PA 19468

Group Contacts:
Joyce W.
474-995-2556
joycebwilliams@verizon.net

Lisa S.
610-324-7004

Cindy S.
484-332-4952

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

Plymouth Meeting, PA Caron Parent & Family Support Group
Meets every Monday and Thursday, 7pm-8:30pm
Caron Philadelphia Regional Recovery Center
401 Plymouth Road, Suite 325
Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462

Group Contact:
Maryjayne M.
610-608-8528
teamwenk@aol.com

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

Rosemont, PA Parent & Family Support Group
Meets every Wednesday, 7pm-8:30pm
St. Thomas Rosemont Chapel
1229 East Lancaster Ave.
Rosemont, PA 19010

Group Contacts:
Lone S.
484-320-8347
theloneh@aol.com

Lori Q.
215-242-1716

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

Find us today!

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