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They can call their nearest outpatient program. A counselor from the program will meet with them to do an assessment and set up a treatment plan. This could be treatment as an outpatient or a referral to a different service that would best meet their need,s such as a residential rehab program. If they have insurance, they should start by calling the insurance company to find out how to proceed.
See our list outpatient programs or call the COAD Group at 610-363-6164 for the telephone number of the nearest program.
The COAD Group at 1-800-917-1117 is funded by the Department of Drug and Alcohol Services to provide drug and alcohol information and referral to citizens. They can provide you with information about the signs and symptoms of substance use and can provide you with resources.
Funding assistance is available for drug and alcohol treatment. The first step is to contact the closest drug & alcohol treatment program. The outpatient program will complete an assessment, make necessary referrals, and arrange for funding assistance from the Department of Drug and Alcohol Services.
Contact the Chester County DUI Program at 610-344-6800.
Yes. There are strict state and federal laws covering the confidentiality of drug and alcohol treatment records. No one may be given information about your participation in drug and alcohol treatment without your specific written consent.
The COAD (Counsel on Addictive Diseases) Group is funded by the Department of Drug and Alcohol Services to provide drug and alcohol prevention services to the community. Call 1-800-917-1117 to get information on speakers. Also, if you have a drug and alcohol treatment program in your area they will often provide speakers for local community groups.
The COAD (Counsel on Addictive Diseases) Group is funded by the Department of Drug and Alcohol Services to provide information to the community. They can be contacted to obtain pamphlets, brochures, etc. at 1-800-917-1117.