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CHANCES is an outpatient and intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment program for up to 100 women with children. CHANCES provides comprehensive therapeutic, educational, and support services, including parenting, adult education and family literacy. CHANCES also offers on-site services for children, including structured parent-child play, educational activities, and an on-site day care program.

The CHANCES FY2016 Annual Program Report is available for review upon request. To obtain a copy of the CHANCES FY2016 Annual Program Report please contact Angie Alomar-Gilbert, Managing Director for Behavioral Health Services, Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC), LM 500, Lower Mezzanine, West Tower, 1500 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102. angie@phmc.org or 215-985-2500.


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Interim House West

Interim House West is a residential treatment program for women with substance abuse and mental health disorders and their children. The program serves up to 20 pregnant and parenting women, and up to 45 children under the age of 12. Participants are offered a range of comprehensive services. Services for children include an on-site clinical pre-school and after-school program.

4108 Parkside Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Program Director: Angelita Alomar-Gilbert

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Pathways to Recovery

Pathways to Recovery is Philadelphia’s short-term co-occurring disorder treatment partial hospitalization program. The program is funded by Community Behavioral Health (CBH) and Behavioral Health Special Initiative (BHSI) for Philadelphia residents with co-occurring substance use and mental health challenges. Our program works with participants 20 hours per week, for up to nine weeks. We provide a menu of treatment services available each day including individual, group, and family therapy; medication assisted treatment and medication management with our psychiatrist; health care coordination and full-time nursing support; full-time case management; and full-time peer recovery specialist support.

Pathways to Recovery also provides robust medication assisted treatment options for participants suffering from opioid dependence, including: Suboxone/buprenorphine, Vivitrol, Topomax, and Chantix/Nicotine Replacement Therapies. The program’s goal is to provide integration of behavioral and physical health care and works with health clinics, doctors’ offices and other programs and specialists. Pathways to Recovery partners with local Methadone treatment providers for those that suffer from opioid addiction and need both Methadone and partial hospitalization. The program works with the Office of Addiction Services to help place individuals into funded/licensed Recovery Houses and will assist with other housing and social service needs.

For more information about Pathways to Recovery or to fax information to our program:
Phone: 215.731.2402
Fax: 267.592.4123

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