At CIM, we are proud to provide a variety of services, some of which is helping to connect you to resources and agencies that may further your recovery. This page highlights some of the many programs that we have worked with to create a personalized recovery experience for each person in our program.
IF YOU ARE STRUGGLING
Delaware County Crisis
Suicide Hotline (Open 24 hours/day)
OTHER ACG PROGRAMS
One pill once a day for HIV Prevention.
Hepatitis C Treatment
One to three pills per day to CURE HepC in 8-12 weeks
CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE
Delaware County has one other opioid use disorder center of excellence, at Crozer-Keystone, to which we refer patients
when our program is full https://www.crozerkeystone.org/services/behavioral-health/opioid-coe/
COLLABORATIVE SERVICE PROVIDERS
Action Wellness – Medical Case Management Services
1216 Arch St. – 6th floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Key Recovery – Intensive Outpatient (IOP] and Outpatient Services
5000 Hilltop Drive
Brookhaven, PA 19015
DAP- Domestic Abuse Project of Delaware County
610-565-4590 (24 hour hotline)
The Foundation for Delaware County
Provides multiple programs including Healthy Start, the WIC nutrition
program, Nurse-Family Partnership and Drug Free Communities.
COMMUNITY SUPPORT FOR YOU AND YOUR LOVED ONES
Unity in the Community
A support group for those grieving loved ones who struggled with addiction that meets Wednesdays at 8pm Linwood Heights UMC Parsonage. All ages and faiths welcomed.
1625 Chichester Ave, Linwood, PA
Grief Recovery After Substance Passing (GRASP)
A support group for those grieving loved ones who struggles with addiction that meets First Friday of Every Month at 6:30pm
3720 Foulk Road
Boothwyn, PA, 19060
Parent Partnership of Delco
A support group for parents of a child suffering with a drug or alcohol addiction that meets
Mirmont Outpatient Treatment Center;
600 Abbot Road, Broomall, PA
Angels in Motion (AIM)
A non-profit, volunteer organization to assist those suffering addiction who want treatment. AIM assists those in need of State IDs for detox/ treatment. They can also try to help expediting detox/ treatment. They give care packages to those who enter treatment without sufficient clothes and toiletries.
follow on Facebook: AIMAnglesinMotion
UNDERSTANDING & FINDING
12 STEP FELLOWSHIPS
12 step fellowships, like Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA), are a place to be among others going through the same problems, share experiences, and gain support. Based in the twelve steps, these groups are self-run and meet regularly, offering an alternative to using. There are different types of meetings, and they meet all times of day, so you may have to try out different ones to find the atmosphere you are looking for. There are sometimes social events and safe spaces for people to attend on holidays and other triggering times of the year.
Despite their founder’s own enthusiasm about medication-assisted treatment for addiction, some people in 12-step fellowships believe that using MAT or medications prescribed by doctors prevents a person from being clean; this is not true, and people navigate this barrier by finding MAT-friendly meetings or not revealing their medications in meetings.
Local NA meetings may be found at: nadelco.org
Local AA meetings may be found at: http://www.aasepia.org/meetings
AL-NON AND NAR-NON?
Aimed at supporting the families and loved ones of people dealing with addiction, these are supportive meetings to meet with other people in the same situation and to learn more about how to cope with and/or deal with the addiction of someone you love.
Al-Anon (for family of people who use alcohol): https://pa-al-anon.org/
Nar-Anon (for family of people who use any drugs): http://www.nar-anon.org/find-a-meeting/
The Center for Integrative Medicine does not specifically endorse 12-step meetings. We want to build positive recovery supports and encourage our patients to attend meetings if helpful to them.