Withdrawal Management

Withdrawl Management, also known as detoxification or detox, is the process of eliminating an addictive substance from the body. Its purpose is to safely manage withdrawal symptoms when someone stops taking drugs or alcohol. Treatment includes supportive care as well as medications to address physical symptoms and reduce or prevent complications. Withdrawal Management is often the first step toward recovery and should be followed by a program of addiction treatment.

This level of care is for individuals whose withdrawal problems are severe enough to require 24-hour observation, monitoring and possible medication.

Withdrawal Management Providers

For withdrawal management services contact:

24/7 Drug & Alcohol Hotline  –  (484) 628-4673


Treatment Access and Services Center (TASC)
19 N 6th Street
Suite 300
Reading, PA 19601
(610) 375-4426
Help is available 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Monday – Friday

There is help available

If you or a loved one are experiencing withdrawal symptoms, it is important to receive medical attention.

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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 a complete list of treatment facilities, please the DDAP website.

Outside of Berks County, PA? Call 1-800-662-HELP (4357) or visit this website.