Treatment for Addiction: Resources and Help
Silver Linings Recovery Center in Langhorne, PA partners with many community resources that provide treatment for addiction and substance abuse disorders. Silver Linings Recovery Center is proud to partner with the following organizations and support groups throughout the Bucks County, PA area. These resources are available to both recovering addicts and their families. Our partnered support groups offer extended encouragement, guidance and advice through the ever-changing recovery process. Resources are not only for substance addicts, but also available for gambling addicts, food addicts and many other addictions. Read below to see how each specific partner of Silver Linings Recovery Center can help you or your loved ones move through a new clean and sober life.
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PARR: The NARR Standard promotes the delivery of quality recovery support services. PARR Certified providers to the NARR standard ensures availability or recovery housing to those in need.
JUSTOP: Raise awareness and provide all tools necessary to help those addicted in need of support.
Narcotics Anonymous (NA): Recovery from a variety of drug addictions through a 12-step program and regular attendance at scheduled group meetings.
Cocaine Anonymous (CA): Recovery from cocaine addiction through a 12-step program and regular attendance at scheduled group meetings.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA): Recovery from alcohol addiction through a 12-step program and regular attendance at scheduled group meetings.
Gamblers Anonymous (GA): Fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other to recover from their gambling problems.
Overeaters Anonymous (OA): Help for those suffering with many food-related addictions through weekly support meetings.
Al-Anon: Support group to help family and friends recover from the effects of someone else’s alcohol abuse through a 12-step program and attendance at scheduled group meetings.
Nar-Anon: Support group to help family and friends recover from the effects of someone else’s drug abuse through a 12-step program and attendance at scheduled group meetings.
ATAP: Non-profit organization created by Philadelphia Trade Unions to contain costs and promote improved service delivery for substance use disorder and mental health concerns to union members, retirees and dependents.
BCDAC: Local agency with a mission to reduce the use of tobacco and eliminate the use of illegal drugs and the abuse, misuse of and addiction to alcohol and other drugs.
SMART (Self-Management and Recovery Training): Global community of people and families working together to overcome the suffering caused by addiction. Mutual support meetings are free and open to anyone seeking science-based, self-empowered addiction recovery.