Substance Use Treatment 

Accessing drug and alcohol treatment in Bucks County:

The first step in accessing treatment is for the individual to get a professional assessment to determine the extent of the problem and the type of treatment and recovery plan needed. Adult and adolescent services are available throughout Bucks County. For more information, please call the Bucks County Approval of Care Department at 215-773- 9643.

To access treatment for those who have private health insurance, call the number on the back of the insurance card listed under Mental Health/Substance Abuse.

To access treatment for those with Medical Assistance, call Magellan Health Services at 877-769-9784 and they will give information as to the nearest treatment agency for an assessment or go to one of the listed assessment sites below.

To access information regarding Veteran’s Benefits, call 877-222-8387 to find out eligibility for services. Individuals who are Veterans are eligible for county funding.

For individuals with no insurance, there may be county funded treatment available as well as other supportive services. The individual must go to one of the assessment sites listed below, either as a walk in or calling for an appointment. The individual will need to bring certain documents to the assessment, including proof of Bucks County residency, and other documents to complete a Medical Assistance application. Individuals that are considered a priority population, such as pregnant injection substance users, pregnant substance users, injection substance users, overdose survivors, veterans and adolescents are exempt from any limitations. Preferential treatment is given to pregnant females.

 

 

For parents who have a child age 12-17 with an Alcohol or Drug Problem: 


The Bucks County Drug & Alcohol Commission can help, by providing information on community and family resources, support groups, school services, etc. If your child refuses treatment, there is another option.  The legal system can require your child to enter drug and alcohol treatment. To get the process started, call the Bucks County Drug & Alcohol Commission, Inc. (BCDAC) at 215-773-9643 and mention Act 53. 

Gaudenzia Lower Bucks

501 Bath Road
Bristol, PA 19007
(on the grounds of Lower Bucks Hospital)

 

267-405-6530

www.gaudenzia.org

 

24/7-Walk in and appointments available 

​Penn Foundation – The Recovery Center

807 Lawn Avenue

Sellersville, PA 18960

215-257-9999

1-800-245-7366

Walk-in hours M-F 8:30am-2:30pm

*Phone intake preferred prior to assessment 

http://www.pennfoundation.org

Pyramid Healthcare, Inc.

1230 Veteran’s Highway, Suite F-1

Bristol, PA 19007

215-244-7607

Walk in hours Monday 8:30-6:00pm Tues-F 8:30am-3:00pm 

www.pyramidhealthcarepa.com

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Assessment Sites 

Looking to safely dispose of prescription medication? 

Find out more about permanent collection sites in Bucks County here. 

Find more information on the signs and symptoms of drug abuse and Act 53 here.

DUI

For court ordered Driving Under the Influence (DUI) classes, assessment and treatment services: 

 

Council of Southeast Pennsylvania, Inc.  

http://www.councilsepa.org

215-345-6644

DUI Central & Upper Bucks County

 

 

Livengrin Foundation, Inc.

http://www.livengrin.org

215-946-4029

DUI Lower Bucks County

                      

Family Service Association of Bucks County

http://www.fsabc.org

215-494-9090

DUI Bucks County

Other Resources

Family Supports

Free Family Education Programs are available to help family members of individuals with an active addiction – call The Council of Southeast of Pennsylvania at 1-800-221-6333 Monday-Friday 9am-5pm for locations and times.

 

Recovery Centers and Intensive Case Management Services

For more information about The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania’s Community Recovery Centers, Intensive Case Management and Recovery Coaches, go to the following website: www.proact.org or call 1-800-221-6333 Monday-Friday 9am-5pm. They can also give you information about local mutual aid support groups including AA and NA, Alanon, etc.

 

Recovery Houses

Recovery Houses are available throughout Bucks County. Recovery Houses provide a safe living environment for individuals seeking recovery and support. For more information, go the following website: http://www.buckscountyrecoveryhouseassociation.com

BCARES- Bucks County Connect Assess Refer Engage Support- a Bucks County initiative that assists individuals who have survived an opioid overdose. We will connect individuals directly to treatment and recovery support services. BCARES assists and supports the families/significant others with education and resources.


This warm handoff initiative is a collaboration between the hospital’s emergency department (ED) and an assigned Certified Recovery Specialist (CRS). The CRS will have a face to face meeting with the individual experiencing the crisis and will connect them directly to treatment, resources, and recovery supports.

 

For more information about this program please contact:

 

Gaudenzia, Inc. Lower Bucks Campus

  501 Bath Rd. Bristol, PA 19007

215-405-6530

 

Council of Southeast PA, Inc.

 4459 W. Swamp Rd. Doylestown, PA 18901   

   1-800-221-6333      

 

Penn Foundation, Inc.   

Lawn Ave. Sellersville, PA 18960

215-257-6551

 

For more information about the full array of services available in Bucks County, go to the website: http://www.buckscounty.org/government/HumanServices

 

If you have a complaint about assessment or treatment services you receive, call BCDAC, Inc.

215-773-9643 or email dnacomplaints@buckscounty.org

This webpage was developed [in part] under grant number SM061250 from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).  The views, policies, and opinions expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of SAMHSA or HHS.

BUCKS COUNTY OFFICE OF MENTAL HEALTH

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215-444-2800
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