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Transitional/Recovery Housing allows individuals to establish a program of sustained recovery, obtain employment, seek permanent housing and attend treatment on an outpatient basis, as needed. This type of housing is a safe and supportive environment where residents in the early stages of recovery from an addiction live together as a community. These homes connect individuals with necessary community services and serve as a bridge for individuals to long-term recovery.
Berks Counseling Center
645 Penn Street, 2nd Floor, Reading, PA 19601
(610) 373-4281, Contact: email@example.com
COCA-Approved Services: Outpatient Treatment (Adult & Adolescent); Outpatient Treatment (Adult Dual Diagnosis); Outpatient Treatment for Pregnant Women/Women with Children (child care provided); Transitional Housing for Women with Children; Medication-Assisted Treatment (Buprenorphine/Suboxone)
Easy Does It, Inc.
1300 Hilltop Road, Leesport, PA
COCA-Approved Services: Transitional Housing (Adult)
YMCA of Reading & Berks County
Reed and Washington Sts., Reading, PA 19601
COCA-Approved Services: Transitional Housing (Adult Homeless), Transitional Housing (Adult Dually Diagnosed Male), Transitional Housing (Adult Criminal Justice), Transitional Housing (Speciality Court House), Transitional Housing (Spanish Speaking)
This year 347 individuals were funded for transitional/recovery housing and 1,549 attended COCA funded post-treatment support groups.
In accordance with Federal regulation, pregnant women are afforded preference with regard to access to treatment services funded by the Council on Chemical Abuse.
Please note: This is a list of local treatment providers in Berks County that are contracted with COCA. For more treatment facilities, please visit this website.
Outside of Berks County, PA? Call 1-800-662-HELP (4357) or visit this website.