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Woodside Hall Addiction Day Programs

  • Belmont’s Woodside Hall Outpatient Addictions Treatment Program serves patients whose primary diagnosis is addiction or a substance abuse disorder.

    Woodside’s goal is to return patients to their home and work life routine as quickly as possible, while maintaining abstinence and recovery.


    Programs Designed to Fit Your Treatment Plan

    • Traditional outpatient - treatment for up to one year, depending on the patient and their commitment
    • Intensive outpatient (IOP) - designed to minimize a patient’s absence from work and family; treatment usually lasts between three to 12 weeks, four days per week

    Treatment

    An addiction outpatient’s treatment plan may utilize Belmont’s many therapies and services including:

    • Aftercare services
    • Alcohol/drug education
    • Addiction support groups
    • Close monitoring and re-evaluation of patient’s level of care throughout the course of treatment
    • Group psychotherapy
    • Individual counseling
    • Expressive arts therapy through music
    • Psychiatric evaluation
    • Psychological testing
    • Medication management
    • Drug screening
    • Nondenominational 12-step self-help groups
    • Family or couples psycho-educational groups
    • Relapse prevention groups
    • Anger management, life skills

    Location

    Belmont Center for Comprehensive Treatment
    4200 Monument Road
    Philadelphia, PA 1913
    1-800-220-HELP (4357) 
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  • Questions? Call Us:

    1.800.220.4357

    Accreditation & Partnerships



    Belmont Behavioral Health Seal

    Joint commission gold seal


    Licenses

    • Department of Health (DOH)
    • Department of Public Welfare (DPW)
    • Division of Drug and Alcohol Program Licensure (DDAPL)
    • Bureau of Drug and Alcohol (BDAP)

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