Treatment Centers in 19702

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Allied Behavioral Health
Treatment Center
Verified
Newark, DE 19702
Allied Behavioral Health is an established practice serving the Bear, Newark, Glasgow, Middletown and Wilmington areas. We have been in operation since 1996 which means that we have helped many people with a broad range of problems and issues. We are solid, safe, ethical practitioners, and our therapists focus on staying well trained. We put our clients first, make the therapy process as easy as possible for you, and provide results that you can understand and recognize. We work with a full range of behavioral health concerns including depression, anxiety, relationship concerns, grief and loss, adjustment issues, ADHD, chronic pain, stress management, trauma recovery, substance abuse, and general life concerns. Our clinical staff is comprised of psychologists, clinical social workers, and professional mental health counselors. We serve a broad age range from childhood to senior adult. We provide individual, couples, and family therapy.
Allied Behavioral Health is an established practice serving the Bear, Newark, Glasgow, Middletown and Wilmington areas. We have been in operation since 1996 which means that we have helped many people with a broad range of problems and issues. We are solid, safe, ethical practitioners, and our therapists focus on staying well trained. We put our clients first, make the therapy process as easy as possible for you, and provide results that you can understand and recognize. We work with a full range of behavioral health concerns including depression, anxiety, relationship concerns, grief and loss, adjustment issues, ADHD, chronic pain, stress management, trauma recovery, substance abuse, and general life concerns. Our clinical staff is comprised of psychologists, clinical social workers, and professional mental health counselors. We serve a broad age range from childhood to senior adult. We provide individual, couples, and family therapy.
(302) 273-0105 x200 View (302) 273-0105 x200
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Elkton Comprehensive Treatment Center
Treatment Center
Newark, DE 19702
At Elkton Comprehensive Treatment Center (CTC), we offer medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for adults age 18 and older who are suffering from addictions to heroin, fentanyl, prescription painkillers, and other opioids. While some methadone clinics just provide medication to help people stop opioid use, our CTC offers methadone and counseling services to promote lasting recovery. Methadone is an FDA-approved prescription medication that can alleviate the painful withdrawal symptoms people may experience when they quit using opioids. The therapy component of MAT can give patients the chance to address the emotional aspects of recovery. By receiving medication and therapy as part of MAT, patients can improve their functioning, avoid relapse, and achieve lasting recovery from opioid addictions. We offer MAT as a flexible outpatient service, so people can receive treatment while continuing with their daily schedules.
At Elkton Comprehensive Treatment Center (CTC), we offer medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for adults age 18 and older who are suffering from addictions to heroin, fentanyl, prescription painkillers, and other opioids. While some methadone clinics just provide medication to help people stop opioid use, our CTC offers methadone and counseling services to promote lasting recovery. Methadone is an FDA-approved prescription medication that can alleviate the painful withdrawal symptoms people may experience when they quit using opioids. The therapy component of MAT can give patients the chance to address the emotional aspects of recovery. By receiving medication and therapy as part of MAT, patients can improve their functioning, avoid relapse, and achieve lasting recovery from opioid addictions. We offer MAT as a flexible outpatient service, so people can receive treatment while continuing with their daily schedules.
(855) 530-2092 View (855) 530-2092
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MeadowWood Behavioral Health - Inpatient Program
Treatment Center
Newark, DE 19702
MeadowWood Behavioral Health Hospital, located in New Castle, Delaware, is an inpatient treatment center serving individuals who are struggling with addictions and mental health disorders. Our adult inpatient treatment programs are designed to provide a full continuum of care for adults who have emotional, behavioral, and substance use concerns. We offer inpatient treatment for adults age 18 and older, seniors age 55 and older, and individuals who need to detox from addictive substances. We help people who have addictions to substances such as alcohol, benzodiazepines, methamphetamines, prescription drugs, and opioids. We also treat adults who need acute treatment for depression, bipolar disorder, schizoaffective disorder, and schizophrenia. Patients who take part in one of our adult inpatient programs can benefit from a range of therapeutic activities and work with a highly qualified team.
MeadowWood Behavioral Health Hospital, located in New Castle, Delaware, is an inpatient treatment center serving individuals who are struggling with addictions and mental health disorders. Our adult inpatient treatment programs are designed to provide a full continuum of care for adults who have emotional, behavioral, and substance use concerns. We offer inpatient treatment for adults age 18 and older, seniors age 55 and older, and individuals who need to detox from addictive substances. We help people who have addictions to substances such as alcohol, benzodiazepines, methamphetamines, prescription drugs, and opioids. We also treat adults who need acute treatment for depression, bipolar disorder, schizoaffective disorder, and schizophrenia. Patients who take part in one of our adult inpatient programs can benefit from a range of therapeutic activities and work with a highly qualified team.
(855) 671-3199 View (855) 671-3199
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MeadowWood Behavioral Health - Outpatient Program
Treatment Center
Newark, DE 19702
MeadowWood Behavioral Health Hospital in New Castle, Delaware, is a leading provider of partial hospitalization programming (PHP) for adolescents, adults, and seniors. We serve individuals who need comprehensive treatment for a range of behavioral health concerns, including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and schizophrenia. Our PHP is designed to help people who could benefit from structured psychiatric care but do not necessarily require round-the-clock inpatient treatment. Patients who take part in this programming option meet five days a week for six hours each day. Group therapy is the primary method of care in our PHP. Group sessions offer a safe space where patients can receive encouragement from their peers, practice healthy coping strategies, and learn tools for continued well-being. Our compassionate treatment team, which includes licensed master social workers (LMSWs) and certified alcohol and drug counselors (CADCs), facilitates therapy sessions and strives to help patients establish a foundation for lasting healing.
MeadowWood Behavioral Health Hospital in New Castle, Delaware, is a leading provider of partial hospitalization programming (PHP) for adolescents, adults, and seniors. We serve individuals who need comprehensive treatment for a range of behavioral health concerns, including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and schizophrenia. Our PHP is designed to help people who could benefit from structured psychiatric care but do not necessarily require round-the-clock inpatient treatment. Patients who take part in this programming option meet five days a week for six hours each day. Group therapy is the primary method of care in our PHP. Group sessions offer a safe space where patients can receive encouragement from their peers, practice healthy coping strategies, and learn tools for continued well-being. Our compassionate treatment team, which includes licensed master social workers (LMSWs) and certified alcohol and drug counselors (CADCs), facilitates therapy sessions and strives to help patients establish a foundation for lasting healing.
(302) 449-7157 View (302) 449-7157

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