As members of Pinnacle Treatment Center network, the Northeast Family Healthcare and Suboxone Services of Bucks County have both been operating in Quakertown, Pennsylvania since 2006. The two facilities offer substance abuse treatment programs that combine individual and group therapy with Medically-Assisted Treatment (MAT). The programs work in tandem with each other, one offering MAT using methadone, the other providing a Suboxone-based alternative.
Founded in 2006, Pinnacle Treatment Centers began with just two chemical dependency treatment facilities in Pennsylvania. Over time, the network has expanded to include inpatient and outpatient substance abuse treatment programs in Indiana, New Jersey, Kentucky, Virginia, Minnesota, Michigan and Ohio.
Treatment and Staff
Outpatient treatment at Northeast Family Healthcare begins with clients undergoing daily dosing and attending group sessions, with individual sessions scheduled as needed. Upon admission, clients are matched with a primary counselor who helps to devise an individualized treatment plan. Groups are held daily and include substance abuse educational classes as well as intensive group therapy and life skills development. Treatment runs daily and clients are expected to attend a minimum of two and a half hours of therapeutic treatment per month in order to remain enrolled in the program.
Dual diagnosis support is available as necessary, and clients can attend community 12-step meetings to help develop a peer-support network. Treatment runs Monday through Friday from 6 am to 2:30 pm, and Saturday and Sunday mornings from 7 to 9:30 am. Notably, Northeast Family Healthcare requires clients to have struggled for at least one year with heroin or another opiate dependence before admission.
Like its sister program, Suboxone Services of Bucks County provides MAT and therapy, though clients are not required to attend. Clients are also matched with a primary counselor and receive individualized treatment plans; they are also encouraged to attend classes and to work on life skills development. Suboxone-specific treatment is offered only on Wednesdays.
All therapeutic services employ evidence-based methods of treatment, including CBT. Northeast Family Healthcare and Suboxone Services of Bucks County both have a medical doctor on staff as well as a number of Licensed Substance Abuse Counselors (LSACs).
In an effort to help clients develop a healthy, sober support system, family counseling sessions are available at both Northeast Family Healthcare and Suboxone Services of Bucks County programs. Additionally, referrals are available to other Pinnacle network treatment facilities for those requiring more intensive treatment.
Northeast Family Healthcare and Suboxone Services of Bucks County have been supporting the Quakertown, Pennsylvania community for a decade. For individuals struggling with opiate dependence, the two facilities provide MAT using either methadone and Suboxone combined with proven therapeutic methods to support emotional and mental recovery. As members of the broader Pinnacle Treatment Centers network, those who require more intensive treatment options are given referrals to other facilities, ensuring their best chances at recovery.
Northeast Family Healthcare and Suboxone Services of Bucks County
1040 South West End Blvd
Quakertown, PA 18951
Northeast Family Healthcare and Suboxone Services of Bucks County Cost: $100 (intake fee); $450-$900 (30 days). Reach Northeast Family Healthcare and Suboxone Services of Bucks County by phone at (267) 347-4560 (Methadone program); (267) 373-8722 (Suboxone program).
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