Caron Philadelphia Outpatient Treatment Center
Our evidence-based approach supports you on your way to Recovery For Life.
At a Glance
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Specialized outpatient programs provide
targeted treatment for first responders and older adults.
Outpatient groups support
professionals and executives and those in early recovery.
Services include assessments,
individual counseling, family education and support, and recovery support.
Prevention services and healthy living programs
offer education and support to elementary and high school students.
Providing Critical Resources for the Greater Philadelphia Region.
Comprehensive Drug and Alcohol Assessments
A licensed therapist trained in substance use disorders conducts a thorough assessment, which includes physical and mental health as well as medical history. The therapist meets with the patient (and family members, if appropriate) to discuss a treatment plan based on the results of the assessment.
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Outpatient Treatment and Support for First Responders
Caron’s First Responders program is group and Individual care while offering flexibility, privacy, and peer support. It is an evidence-based approach to treatment. The outpatient team includes an Executive Director, Clinicians and our Medical Director consulting on your treatment.
Our team will work with you to plan treatment to fit your work schedule, which we know can be challenging. In both programs, you will find an atmosphere that is designed to build cohesion and camaraderie. Those bonds will facilitate your treatment and recovery and build a foundation of support you can rely on beyond your time in treatment.
Outpatient Program for Adults
Caron’s outpatient programs treat adults (18 years +) dealing with a substance use disorder. Early Recovery Groups meet weekly for 90 minutes along with an Individual session every 30 days. We offer family and more Individual work if that is deemed necessary. As with all our programs, it is rooted in Caron’s evidence-based approach to treatment. All programs are geared to your needs and the program incorporates experiential elements and peer support.
Individual and Family Counseling
With the undivided attention that one-on-one sessions with an addiction counselor provide, patients receive support and guidance tailored to their needs. The counselor guides the patient as they work through issues related to substance use disorder and any co-occurring disorders that they may be dealing with. The focus and depth that individual counseling offers can help patients build a stronger foundation for lasting recovery.
Family members can also meet with a counselor to identify, discuss, and address issues related to how they have been impacted by the client’s alcohol or drug use.
Early Recovery Outpatient Group
Caron’s group for people in early recovery meets weekly for 90 minutes. As with all our programs, it is rooted in Caron’s evidence-based approach to treatment. Geared to your needs as someone just beginning Recovery for Life, the group incorporates experiential elements and peer support.
The Professionals Group provides professionals and executives with practical strategies, group support, and clinical guidance during the transition back into their work environments. We understand that professionals are faced with returning to a world of stressful deadlines, long hours, and high expectations. The pressure to achieve or maintain professional success can create unique challenges to an individual’s recovery. This group utilizes best practices and lived experiences to help individuals understand how to manage early recovery, while also re-engaging with their professional lives.
Family Education and Support
Parent and family support groups provide a confidential, safe place for family members to find resources, support, networking opportunities, encouragement, and hope.
Peer-led parent and family support groups: In a confidential, safe space, parents and families impacted by alcohol and drug abuse and related behaviors find resources, support, networking opportunities, encouragement, and hope. The purpose of these groups is to form strong bonds and ties with other families of addicted loved ones by giving all family members a place to find support and encouragement.
It’s a group for parents, significant others, spouses, and extended family who is loved one is struggling with the disease of addiction offers a forum to discuss codependency, enabling vs. support, healthy communication, and other topics.
Recovery Support Services
Caron’s Recovery Support Services assist you as you make transitions during your recovery process, particularly those that may be more challenging, like transitioning from residential treatment to home. Even if you did not have treatment at Caron, you can still take advantage of these services. Services include screenings, stabilization, reconnection, case management, family meetings and recovery coaching.
Giving young people straightforward information and healthy ways to cope is the basis of our prevention education programs. We work with elementary and high school teachers as well as children and youth organizations and parents to educate young people on the dangers of substance use abuse:
- The Student Assistance Program provides comprehensive, customized drug, alcohol, and nicotine prevention services and healthy living programs for elementary and high school students as well as parents, caregivers, and youth-serving professionals.