Family Service Association of Bucks County is a network of behavioral health and community service facilities founded in 1953 in Langhorne, Pennsylvania. The organization offers outpatient treatment for substance abuse and addiction for adult men and women residents of Bucks County. Services are available at three locations: Langhorne, Doylestown and Quakertown.
Treatment and Staff
Clients interested in enrolling for treatment at Family Service Association initially undergo a phone assessment with one of the organization’s intake coordinators. Clients then meet in-person with a counselor to determine their level of need and to chart out a potential treatment plan. Clients who are unstable or in need of a higher level of care are referred to outside residential or detox programs.
Clients who enroll in the outpatient program commit to varying lengths and intensities of treatment based on their unique needs. The treatment consists of both group and individual counseling. Counselors use a variety of treatment techniques including CBT, DBT, education, sharing and relapse prevention. The group sizes are generally small and usually have fewer than 10 clients per meeting. Individual sessions are also available for scheduling and at least one session a week is recommended. Although Family Service Association is not 12-step based, counselors do encourage clients attend local AA/NA meetings.
The organization is dual diagnosis and clients with potential co-occurring disorders are referred to its mental health counselors and on-staff psychiatrist. Counseling staff consists of a mixture of LPCs and CADCs.
Although Family Service Association does not have an official family program, clients can request individual meetings with their counselor and their family members. Family members are also recommended to attend outside Alanon meetings while their loved one is enrolled in the program.
Family Service Association of Bucks County offers flexible outpatient treatment to adult men and women in the Bucks County area. The flexible length of the program allows clients to receive as much treatment as they need. Also, the small group sizes encourages clients to develop relationships with their counselors and helps address their individual needs while developing a supportive peer network. Additionally, the staff psychiatrist provides the necessary medical component for clients with potential co-occurring disorders.
Family Service Association of Bucks County
4 Cornerstone Dr
Langhorne, PA 19047
Georgetown Commons, Ste 1
708 North Shady Retreat Rd
Doylestown, PA 18901
200 Apple St, Ste 1
Quakertown, PA 18951
Family Service Association of Bucks County Cost: Dependent on Insurance. Reach Family Service Association of Bucks County by phone at (215) 757-6916 or by email. Find Family Service Association of Bucks County on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn
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