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The only dedicated addiction recovery program for seniors in the region.
Belmont's Geriatric Community Intensive Outpatient Program, also called the Senior Recovery Track, is designed for older adults with alcohol or chemical dependency problems in addition to psychiatric illness. Up to 17 percent of older adult patients have substance abuse problems, according to research.
Patients have several options depending on their level of acuity, including outpatient treatment.
As part of Belmont’s Community Outpatient Program for the Elderly (COPE), all Senior Recovery Track participants join in therapeutic groups.
A combination of medication management and counseling is used to address both “chemical imbalances” and crucial life events that may have triggered the behavioral health issue. Treatment typically takes six months to complete.
Treatment issues are evaluated on a case-by-case basis, after which a determination is made about the type and appropriate level of care. Each patient’s level of care is reassessed throughout the course of treatment, which may include:
Senior Recovery Track utilizes many treatment modalities to help patients recover, including:
A clinician with expertise in treating older adults with co-occurring diagnoses provides treatment in collaboration with staff at Belmont’s Woodside Hall Addictions Program, a full-service inpatient and outpatient drug and alcohol program.
Belmont Center for Comprehensive Treatment4200 Monument RoadPhiladelphia, PA 19131215-581-3941
Germantown Community Health ServicesSuite 136One Penn BoulevardPhiladelphia, PA 19144215-951-8121
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