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Interim House

333 West Upsal Street
Philadelphia, PA - 19119
(215) 849-4606
Sliding Scale Service

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 Educatio 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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2019-01-26 17:12:09alcohol


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2019-01-26 17:12:09I completed an 18 month program at the Phoenix Rescue Mission. I loved the program and it was free.


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2019-01-26 17:12:09I have relocated to the Philadelphia area to get a fresh start. I have been clean and sober for a month. I am struggling.


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