Interim House is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit agency that provides a continuum of comprehensive services to women with substance abuse and mental health issues.
Interim House serves approximately 150 clients each year through its 60 licensed outpatient service slots and 25-bed residential and halfway house program.
Services offered include:
- alcoholics anonymous and narcotics anonymous meetings
- addiction education
- alumnae meetings
- anger management groups
- art and dance therapy
- case management services
- dialectical behavioral therapy skills training group
- ged preparation
- hiv/aids education and support
- individual and group therapy
- job readiness preparation
- life skills & work readiness program
- medication assisted treatment (mat)
- meditation and mindfulness group
- nursing and health education services
- psychiatric services
- recreational and social activities
- relapse prevention services
- spirituality groups
- safety, affect management, grieving, emancipation (sage) trauma group
- therapeutic knitting and crocheting
- tobacco recovery group
- yoga, biking and fitness class
Services: Residential and Outpatient substance abuse service
Fees: Sliding Fee Scale
Insurances: Self pay, private insurance
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What is your current addiction that you are seeking help for? How long have you been addicted to it?
Fentanyl 4 years
Crack cocaine I had 18 years clean and just 2 weeks ago I relapsed and I been getting high everyday
Have you ever been to a rehab facility before? How was it? What did you pay for treatment? (Let us also know the name of the treatment center)
Yes, I've been to keystone, gaudenzia, one day at a time. Keystone helped me get insurance while I was there and one day was free but helped me get state help. It was ok but I relapsed from each place. This time I'm ready to get help , the other times my family insisted and I wasn't ready
Yes, it was awesome I learned alot and met alot of great people just like me, it was free I was incarcerated and it was my second part of my sentence to follow uo with a rehab, it was Keystone in Chester Pa.
Girard Medical Center
I completed an 18 month program at the Phoenix Rescue Mission. I loved the program and it was free.
Do you have health insurance? Do you have a high deductible?
I have insurance through the State
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I'm just seeking some help like perhaps a 15 or 28 day inpatient rehab to get brushed up on my skills to learn why I relapsed and to get help I'm scared after having all that time clean as to what happened to me that made me pick uo and use. I just don't want to loose everything I have accomplished in my life this far.. Imseeking help
I have relocated to the Philadelphia area to get a fresh start. I have been clean and sober for a month. I am struggling.
Have you ever had free rehab before? How did you get in to the program?
Yes my family member heard about it and took me there and they accepted me right away
Yes I did. It was part of my court order
Do they accept ex felons?
Yes I'm sure they do
Yes they did