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In-Patient Treatment

What is Inpatient Treatment?

Inpatient treatment may consist of detoxification, short-term residential, moderated and long term residential.  The treatment level that is needed is based upon the information that is gathered at the assessment for treatment services.


Detoxification is the process whereby a drug or alcohol intoxicated or dependent client is assisted through the period of time required to eliminate the presence of the intoxicating substance (by metabolic or other means) and any other dependency factors while keeping the physiological and psychological risk to the client at a minimum.  This process also includes efforts to motivate and support the client to seek formal treatment after the detoxification process.


Short-term residential treatment is a type of service that includes 24-hour professionally directed evaluation, care, and treatment for addicted client in acute distress.  These clients’ addiction symptomatology is demonstrated by moderate impairment of social, occupational or school functioning.  Rehabilitation is a key treatment goal.


Moderate and Long-term residential treatment is a type of service that includes 24-hour professionally directed evaluation, care and treatment for addicted clients in chronic distress, whose addiction symptomatology is demonstrated by severe impairment of social, occupational or school functioning.  Habilitation is the treatment goal.

Partial hospitalization treatment consists of psychiatric, psychological and other types of therapy on a planned and regularly scheduled basis in which the client resides within the facility.  This service is designed for those clients who do not require 24-hour residential care, but who would benefit for more intensive treatments than offered in Outpatient treatment options.  Partial hospitalization services consist of regularly schedule individual and group treatment sessions of at least 3 days per week, with a minimum of 10 hours of treatment per week.


A list of local Inpatient Providers:

TTI Allentown Residential - provides variable length of stay residential treatment services for individuals with substance abuse.  The program is clinically driven and part of a continuum of care to adults with a specialized track of psychiatric services. Services include addiction awareness education, GED instruction, sexuality and addiction, assertiveness skills, refusal skills, relapse prevention techniques, nutrition, HIV/AIDS education and counseling, parenting, life skills, social skills, anger management, criminality, men's and women's groups, vocational, educational and aftercare linkage.  Keenan House is a division of Treatment Trends, Inc.

18 South Sixth Street 
Allentown, PA 18101
Phone: (610) 439-8479 

Lehigh County Center for Recovery - provides detoxification and residential treatment services with a focus on the dually diagnosed client.  The LCCR program is based upon the time-tested principles of the 12-Step Model, and is supported by a range of therapeutic groups and activities.  LCCR features individual, group, and family counseling sessions; recreational therapy; 12-Step meetings; education (such as relapse-prevention classes), and specialized groups (for example, we offer a women’s group and men’s group) as needed.

1620 Riverside Drive
Bethlehem, PA 18016
Phone: (610) 814-7750

A list of Residential Partial Hospitalization Providers:

Pyramid Healthcare - offers treatment and care to people who are dealing with alcohol and/or other drug addiction, mental health disorders and adolescent behavioral problems. Our residential and outpatient programs help the individual learn and practice recovery and coping skills. 



2705 North Old Bethlehem Pike

3893 West Main Street

Quakertown, PA 18951

Belleview, PA 17004

Phone: (215) 536-9070

Phone: (717) 935-5400

White Deer Run - Williamsport - offers partial hospitalization programs designed for clients who do not require 24-hour care but do need more intensive treatment that is available in outpatient services.  Patients participate from 8:00am to 4:30pm, Monday through Saturday, and 9:00am to 1:00pm on Sunday.

520 West Fourth Street
Williamsport, PA 17701
Phone: (570) 321-6127