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Ashbury Residential Treatment Facility

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - USA (Philadelphia County)

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Ashbury Residential Treatment Facility Offers In-Patient Short and Long Term Treatment Options

Located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the Ashbury Residential Treatment Facility is an ideal destination if you are dealing with alcoholism or serious drug dependence. The Ashbury Residential Treatment Facility can be found at 1712 South Felton Street Suite 1 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19143. Both of these problems are things that you simply cannot overcome on your own, warranting an attempt to get help from the professionals, and that is where this treatment facility is going to come in.

Providing both options in inpatient care and outpatient care options means that the Ashbury Residential Treatment Facility can treat any alcoholism or drug addiction problem that you present with completely and fully. It is up to you to decide what type of rehabilitation is best going to address your needs, a short term process or a longer term process. By offering both inpatient care and outpatient care, this facility is allowing you to essentially decide how much care you need, and this kind of control will be good for you in your recovery. You need to feel strong enough about your recovery that you can make your own informed decisions regarding your options and the solutions that are available to you.

Short term care offered by the Ashbury Residential Treatment Facility in Philadelphia, PA is going to be ideal for physical dependency issues that have not reached the serious or chronic level. If you are using a drug recreationally or have begun using alcohol in a manner that does not feel healthy, then a short term rehabilitation program can often be the best course of action. If on the other hand you are using a drug or turning to alcohol for more than just occasional recreational use, you might be seriously addicted, in which case the long term care provided by Ashbury Residential Treatment Facility is going to be more ideal.

The Ashbury Residential Treatment Facility in Philadelphia has a hotline that you can call when you are ready to explore what your options are. With so many different types of treatment programs for you to consider, it is important to talk to a specialist who can help you make these truly essential decisions. You can call the Ashbury Residential Treatment Facility at 1-888-565-6401, and this intake hotline number will connect you with someone that understands your situation and wants to help make sure that you make the right recovery decisions sooner rather than later.

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