Top 27 Alcohol & Drug Rehab Centers in Pennsylvania & Free Treatment Resources

Pennsylvania is one of the original thirteen colonies and birthplace of the Declaration of Independence. Despite its rich history, Pennsylvania is struggling with an opioid epidemic. In 2020, there were 5,162 drug overdose deaths in the Keystone State.1 Over 85% of those fatalities were related to opioids, and 75% of those deaths involved fentanyl.1 According to data, 538 accredited inpatient treatment facilities currently offer drug and alcohol rehab in Pennsylvania.16

Find A Pennsylvania Center By City

Find Pennsylvania drug rehabs in cities near you or sort by letter.

Philadelphia Pittsburgh Allentown Reading Erie Upper Darby Scranton Bethlehem
View More (A)
CTA banner
Help is available 24/7. Speak with a specialist today.
Phone icon800-926-9037
Info iconWho Answers?

Find Pennsylvania Detox, Inpatient & Outpatient Rehab

Find Centers
Treatment Types
View All
View All
Payment Options
View All
View All
Thumbnail Name Address Phone Treatment Insurance

Pennsylvania Alcohol and Drug Use Statistics

In 2019, roughly 316,000 people in Pennsylvania were known to have a drug use disorder.1

Expert Insights

In 2019, Pennsylvania launched a program called the Opioid Hospital Quality Improvement Program. It offers state funding incentives to hospitals willing to have emergency room doctors incorporate medication-assisted treatment with buprenorphine when high-risk patients face the possibility of overdosing after discharge. I wasn’t sure how I felt about a state paying ER doctors to prescribe Suboxone to at-risk patients, but the results are undeniable.

Turns out the monetary incentives were associated with a 50% increase in prescriptions for buprenorphine (sold under the brand name Suboxone) state-wide for patients within 30 days of being discharged from ER’s across Pennsylvania. As a result of this program, the state’s monetary incentive program for Medicaid patients struggling with opioid addiction could actually be a great model for other states to follow if they want to save lives.

~ Olivia Pennelle

Top 6 Drug Rehabs in Pennsylvania

Below are the top six addiction treatment centers in Pennsylvania based on the following criteria:

Recovery Centers of America

Located in Devon, Pennsylvania, Recovery Centers of America at Devon is a 100-bed residential and outpatient rehab center providing treatment for addiction and mental health disorders. Evidence-based treatments include dialectical and cognitive behavior therapy, couples therapy, creative arts therapy, experiential therapy, and life skills training.

Recovery Centers of America specializes in:

Treatment programs are supported by:

Location and contact information:
235 West Lancaster Avenue
Devon, PA 19301

White Deer Run Allenwood

Allenwood, Pennsylvania is home to one of seven White Deer Run treatment facilities located throughout the state. The rehab offers a continuum of care for adult men and women in need of addiction and mental health treatment.

White Deer Run specializes in:

Treatment programs are supported by:

Location and contact information:
360 White Deer Run Road
Allenwood, PA 17810

Clearbrook Treatment Centers

Clearbrook Treatment Centers is located in the beautiful mountains of Laurel Run, Pennsylvania. They provide residential treatment programs, supervised medical detox, medication-assisted treatment, and substance-specific treatment programs.

Clearbrook Treatment Centers specializes in:

Treatment programs are supported by:

Location and contact information:
1100 E Northampton St,
Laurel Run, PA 18706

The Ranch Pennsylvania

The Ranch Pennsylvania is a luxury addiction and mental health treatment facility in Wrightsville, PA overlooking the beautiful Susquehanna River. Using specialized treatments to address alcohol and drug addiction, as well as co-occurring mental health disorders, clients are able to address emotional wounds and embrace recovery.

The Ranch Pennsylvania specializes in:

Treatment programs are supported by:

Location and contact information:
1166 Hilt Road
Wrightsville, PA 17368

St. Joseph Institute for Addiction

St. Joseph Institute is a luxury, non-denominational Christian rehab facility located in the mountains of central Pennsylvania. They specialize in treating alcohol and drug addiction, PTSD, trauma and abuse, and pain management.

St. Joseph Institute for Addiction specializes in:

Treatment programs are supported by:

Location and contact information:
134 Jacobs Way
Port Matilda, PA 16870

Banyan – Philadelphia

Banyan – Philadelphia uses a multi-faceted approach in order to treat various forms of addiction, alcoholism, mental health disorders, eating disorders, and more. Located in Langhorne, Pennsylvania, Banyan offers unique programs and therapies for adult men and women.

Banyan – Philadelphia specializes in:

Treatment programs are supported by:

Location and contact information:
100 N Bucks Town Dr Suite 100E,
Langhorne, PA 19047


  1. Pennsylvania Office of Drug Surveillance and Misuse Prevention. (2022). Pennsylvania ODSMP – Drug Overdose Surveillance Interactive Data Report.
  2. Pennsylvania Department of Health. (2020). Alcohol Consumption, Pennsylvania Adults.
  3. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2020). Behavioral Health Barometer: Pennsylvania, Volume 6: Indicators as measured through the 2019 National Survey on Drug Use and Health and the National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services. U. S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Publication No. SMA–20–Baro–19–PA. Rockville, MD.
  4. National Institute on Drug Abuse. (2018). Comorbidity: Substance Use and Other Mental Disorders. National Institutes of Health. U. S. Department of Health and Human Services.
  5. Mohamed, I. I., Ahmad, H. E. K., Hassaan, S. H., & Hassan, S. M. (2020). Assessment of anxiety and depression among substance use disorder patients: a case-control study. Middle East Current Psychiatry, 27(22).
  6. Vahratian, A., Blumberg, S. J., Terlizzi, E. P., & Schiller, J. S. (2021). Symptoms of Anxiety or Depressive Disorder and Use of Mental Health Care Among Adults During the COVID-19 Pandemic — United States, August 2020–February 2021. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, 70(13), 490–494.
  7. Smith, J. P., & Book, S. W. (2008). Anxiety and Substance Use Disorders: A Review. The Psychiatric Times, 25(10), 19–23.
  8. National Center for PTSD. (2022). PTSD: National Center for PTSD, Substance Abuse. U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
  9. National Center for PTSD. (2022). PTSD and Substance Abuse in Veterans. U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
  10. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2016). An Introduction to Bipolar Disorder and Co-Occurring Substance Use Disorders. Advisory, 15(2).
  11. Parmar, A., & Kaloiya, G. (2018). Comorbidity of Personality Disorder among Substance Use Disorder Patients: A Narrative Review. Indian Journal of Psychological Medicine, 40(6), 517–527.
  12. Center for Substance Abuse Treatment. (2020). Substance Use Disorder Treatment and Family Therapy. Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) Series, No. 39. Rockville (MD): Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (US).
  13. Ten Thousand Beds, Inc. (2021). How to Apply for a Scholarship.
  14. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2021). Fiscal Year 2022 Grant Announcements and Awards.
  15. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2022). Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant.
Medical users iconMedical Reviewer
Jillian F, MD is a board-certified Family Physician who enjoys full scope Family Medicine including obstetrics, and women’s health, as well as caring for children and adults of all ages. She manages a number of health conditions including mental health and patients with a history of substance abuse.
Pen iconAuthor
Located in Portland, OR, Olivia Pennelle (Liv) is an author, journalist & content strategist. She's the founder of Liv’s Recovery Kitchen, a popular site dedicated to providing the ingredients for a fulfilling life in recovery. Liv also co-founded the podcast Breaking Free: Your Recovery, Your Way. She found recovery in 2012 & her pathway is a fluid patchwork of what works for her.