Top 48 Alcohol & Drug Rehab Centers in Pennsylvania & Free Treatment Resources

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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

How Much Does Drug Rehab Cost in Pennsylvania?

Pennsylvania is ranked 26th nationwide in terms of addiction treatment affordability, with an average cost of drug and alcohol rehab of $56,708 (without insurance).

  • Medical detox is the most expensive, with an average cost of $139,806
  • Long-term inpatient drug rehab in Pennsylvania costs an average of $50,041
  • Outpatient addiction treatment in Pennsylvania costs an average of $8,315
  • Outpatient methadone treatment is the most affordable, with an average cost of $7,388

How to Pay for Drug Rehab in Pennsylvania

As of 2024, there were over 640 drug rehab facilities across the state of Pennsylvania. These facilities accept several payment methods. Of those treatment facilities, the following numbers reflect how many accept their respective payment methods:

Pennsylvania Alcohol and Drug Use Statistics

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


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  10. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2016). An Introduction to Bipolar Disorder and Co-Occurring Substance Use Disorders. Advisory, 15(2).
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Jillian Foglesong Stabile, MD
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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.
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Olivia Pennelle
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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.