Co-Occurring Programs

Montgomery County offers services for co-occurring mental health and drug & alcohol issues. Participants who have a primary mental health diagnosis and are also dealing with drug and/or alcohol issues should contact their local case management office (community behavioral health center).

Co-Occurring Residential Programs
Individuals with more intensive needs may be eligible for one of several residential programs for co-occurring diagnoses.

PA Institute for Community Living (PICL)
Willow Grove, PA 19090
(215) 706-4330

Renaissance (RHD)
Bryn Mawr, PA
(610) 527-3411

Drug & Alcohol Case Management Offices
If you are seeking help with a drug or alcohol program, your local D&A case management office may be able to help.

Abington Memorial Hospital—Pennwood Center
2500 Maryland Road
Willow Grove, PA 19090
(215) 830-8966

Creative Health Services
11 Robinson St
Pottstown PA 19464
(610) 327-1503

55 E. Marshall St
Norristown, PA 19401
(610) 279-4262

Advocacy and Peer Support for Addiction Recovery
PRO-ACT (PA Recovery Organization—Achieving Community Together)
(215) 345-6644, or toll free: (800) 221-6333
A regional grassroots recovery support initiative that works to reduce the stigma of addiction and influence public opinion and policy regarding the value of recovery. Peer support and education programs are offered at each PRO-ACT location.

PRO-ACT Families Program
A program offered to families who have members suffering from addiction. Call (800) 221-6333 for more information.

Dual Recovery Anonymous (DRA)
DRA is a 12-step program for people with co-occurring challenges. Call Penn Foundation at (215) 257-6551 for more information.

For more information about drug & alcohol recovery, please see the website of the Office of Drug & Alcohol programs.