Behavioral Health

Project Engage

Project Engage is an early intervention program designed to help substance using hospital patients connect with community-based treatment programs.

So what if you’re not a hospital patient? Who do you call to get help with your drinking or drug use?

Please take a few minutes to see if one of these programs is right for you or your loved one.

Community Based Substance Abuse Treatment Resources

QuickLinks

Detoxification

Inpatient Treatment

Outpatient Treatment

Support Groups/Self-Help

Youth and Adolescent Services

Pregnant Women

Mental Health/Dual Diagnosis

Residential Services

Medication-Assisted Treatment

Suboxone

Vivitrol

Related Links

DETOXIFICATION

Medically supervised detox is the preferred treatment method for managing the withdrawal symptoms associated with a physical dependence on alcohol and drugs. Some withdrawal symptoms, such as seizures, can be dangerous or even deadly, so getting the right help is vital.

MEADOW WOOD BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SYSTEM
575 S. DuPont Highway, New Castle, DE 19720 – 302-323-8000
Description: Offers a medically managed detox-only program. Must have primary mental health diagnosis and/or be experiencing current psychiatric crisis.
For more information: www.meadowwoodhospital.com

NET KIRKWOOD DETOX
3315 Kirkwood Hwy., Wilmington, DE 19808 – 302-691-0140 or 800-359-1367
Description: A 33-bed center providing medically monitored inpatient detoxification services. Must have DE identification to be admitted.
For more information: net-kdc.org

ROCKFORD CENTER
100 Rockford Drive, Newark, DE 19713 – 302-996-5480
Description: Private psychiatric hospital with services including inpatient opiate detox using Suboxone.
For more information: www.rockfordcenter.com

INPATIENT TREATMENT

Inpatient drug and alcohol services are provided at a residential facility where individuals learn, eat and bunk together. Inpatient stays can range from 5 to 28 days, and include medically supervised detoxification, drug education, individual and group counseling, mental health evaluations, medication management and more.

BOWLING GREEN
1375 Neward Road, Kennett Square, PA 19348 ? 800-662-2438
Description: Inpatient substance abuse treatment program providing short and long-term residential care, including detox services using Suboxone or methadone, relapse prevention and transition planning.
For more information: www.bowlinggreenbrandywine.com

HUDSON HEALTH SERVICES
1506 Harting Drive, Salisbury, MD 21802-1096 ? (888) 288-9086
Description: Provides short and long-term residential substance abuse treatment as well as a strong dual diagnosis program grounded in the 12 steps.
For more information: www.hudson-health.org

KEYSTONE CENTER
2001 Providence Ave., Chester, PA 19013
800-558-9600 or 610-876-9000
Description: Provides full continuum of addiction services including: Medically monitored detoxification, residential treatment, treatment for co-occurring disorders, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient treatment and outpatient treatment.
For more information: www.keystonecenter.net

MIRMONT TREATMENT CENTER
100 Yearsley Mill Rd., Media, PA 19063 ? (800) 846-4656
Description: Provides inpatient substance abuse and co-occurring services, including medically monitored detox, holistic pain management, stress reduction, yoga and fitness programs.
For more information: www.mirmont.org

NOTE: If hospital-based substance abuse treatment services are needed, visit: Eagleville Hospital or Valley Forge Medical Center.

OUTPATIENT TREATMENT

For many people, inpatient treatment is not a viable option due to insurance limitations, work/financial commitments or family issues. The alternative is outpatient care, which enables people to attend a less intensive level of treatment with a more convenient schedule.

ARGO INSTITUTE
1812 Newport Gap Pike, Wilmington, DE 19808
302-999-1106 | 302-999-1753 fax
Description: Provides intensive outpatient treatment designed specifically for substance abusing dually diagnosed young adults (ages 19 to 26) and their families.
For more information:www.aquilaofde.com/argo

BRANDYWINE COUNSELING & COMMUNITY SERVICES: ALPHA
2500 West 4th St., 2nd floor, Wilmington, DE 19805 – 302-472-0381
Description: Offers assessment, education and outpatient individual and group therapy for clients with substance abuse, co-occurring and behavioral health disorders.
For more information: www.brandywinecounseling.org

CONNECTIONS COMMUNITY SUPPORT PROGRAMS, INC.
Polly Drummond Office Plaza, 1423 Capitol Trail, Building 3 Suites 3302-3304
Newark, DE 197111 – 866-477-5345
Description: Provides outpatient substance abuse treatment and mental health/co-occurring services. Psychiatric evaluations available by Nurse Practitioner.
For more information: www.connectionscsp.org

FRESH START OF DELAWARE OUTPATIENT PROGRAM (GAUDENZIA)
604 W. 10th St., Wilmington, DE 19801 – 302-737-4100
Description: Provides weekly individual and group counseling, including relapse prevention planning, chemical dependency education, psychiatric evaluation and follow-up. Tues 9am-10:30am or Thurs 5:30pm-7pm.
For more information: Gaudenzia

HORIZON HOUSE ECHO CENTER
261 Chapman Rd., Suite 102, Newark, DE 19702 – 302-266-3246
Description: Provides outpatient services, case management, and 12-step programming for adults with co-occurring disorders. Doctor and nurse weekly access. Bring photo ID, insurance card & proof of income.
For more information: Horizon House Continuum of Care

KENT SUSSEX COUNSELING SERVICES
Locations in Georgetown, Dover and Laurel, Delaware
Description: Services including detoxification are provided on an outpatient basis where persons can remain in their homes without interruption to their jobs. We offer individual and group counseling as well as medication assisted treatment that is evidence based and proven by extensive research to be effective.
For more information: www.kscs.org

KEYSTONE CENTER
2001 Providence Ave., Chester, PA 19013
800-558-9600 or 610-876-9000
Description: Provides full continuum of addiction services including: Medically monitored detoxification, residential treatment, treatment for co-occurring disorders, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient treatment and outpatient treatment.
For more information: www.keystonecenter.net

PACE, INC.
5171 West Woodmill Dr., Suite 9, Woodmill Corporate Center, Wilmington, DE 19808
302-999-9812
Description: Offers intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization programs, which include individual and group counseling, family assessments and continuing care.
For more information: www.paceinconline.com

SODAT-DELAWARE, COUNSELING AND EVALUATION CENTER
625 Orange Street, 2nd Floor, Wilmington, DE 19801 – 302-656-4044
Description: Provides weekly group and individual drug and alcohol treatment services, co-occurring services, family counseling, crisis intervention, prevention education and therapeutic case management services.

DELAWARE DIVISION OF SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND MENTAL HEALTH, TREATMENT ACCESS CENTER, WILMINGTON
801 South Harrison Street, Wilmington, DE 19805 – 302-577-2711

DELAWARE DIVISION OF SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND MENTAL HEALTH, TREATMENT ACCESS CENTER, DOVER
805 River Road, Dover, DE 19901 – 302-857-5000

DELAWARE DIVISION OF SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND MENTAL HEALTH, TREATMENT ACCESS CENTER, GEORGETOWN
21309 Berlin Road, Suite 7, Georgetown, DE 19947 – 302-856-5487

SUPPORT GROUPS/SELF-HELP

FOR THOSE WHO ARE OR THINK THEY MAY BE ADDICTED TO DRUGS OR ALCOHOL:

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS (AA)
Northern Delaware Intergroup
302-655-5113
For more information:www.ndiaa.org

Southern Delaware Intergroup
302-856-6452
For more information:www.sussexcountyaa.org

Description: Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem. It is nonprofessional, self-supporting, multiracial, apolitical, and available almost everywhere. There are no age or education requirements. Membership is open to anyone who wants to do something about his or her drinking problem. —Alcoholics Anonymous World Service

NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS (NA)
Northern Delaware
800-317-3222
For more information:www.smallwonderarea.org

Free State Region
410-566-4022
For more information:www.fsrna.org

Description: NA is a nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. This is a program of complete abstinence from all drugs. —Narcotics Anonymous World Services, Inc.

FOR THOSE WITH LOVED ONES WHO ARE ADDICTED TO DRUGS OR ALCOHOL:

AL-ANON FAMILY GROUPS
800-460-4070
For more information: www.marydelalanon.org

ALATEEN
For more information: www.marydelalanon.org/alateen

NARANON FAMILY GROUPS
For more information: www.nar-anon.org

YOUTH AND ADOLESCENT SERVICES

AQUILA OF DELAWARE
Locations in Wilmington and Georgetown:
1812 Newport Gap Pike Wilmington, DE 19808
302-999-1106 | 302-999-1753 fax
10 N. Railroad Ave. Georgetown, DE 19947
302-856-9746 | 302-856-9766 fax
Description: Provides day, partial day and intensive outpatient treatment services for substance abusing dually diagnosed adolescents ages 13-18 and their families.
For more information: www.aquilaofde.com

CROSSROADS OF DELAWARE
2 Forrest Street, Dover DE 19901 – 302-744-9999; 109 West 7th Street, Wilmington, DE 19801, 302-652-1405
Description: Crossroads provides substance abuse treatments for adolescents at two locations. We provide Day program, Part Day, Intensive Outpatient, Outpatient, and Evaluation services. All programs are available for those with co-occurring disorders and offer psychiatric services.

PREGNANT WOMEN

The resources listed here offer special programs for women who are pregnant or who have recently given birth.

BRANDYWINE COUNSELING & COMMUNITY SERVICES: LIGHTHOUSE
13726 South Old State Rd., Ellendale, DE 19941 – 302-424-8080
Description: Residential substance abuse and mental health treatment for pregnant women and women with up to two children under eight years old. Assists with job placement and housing upon completion.
For more information: www.brandywinecounseling.org

BOWLING GREEN
1375 Neward Road, Kennett Square, PA 19348 – 800-662-2438
Description: Inpatient substance abuse treatment program providing short and long-term residential care, including detox services using Suboxone or methadone, relapse prevention and transition planning.
For more information: www.bowlinggreenbrandywine.com

MENTAL HEALTH/DUAL DIAGNOSIS

Substance abuse and mental health disorders often go hand-in-hand. Because of this, many treatment facilities offer co-occurring services that address both issues using individual and group counseling, mental health assessments, psychiatric care and medication management.

CATHOLIC CHARITIES, INC. OF THE DIOCESE OF WILMINGTON
Addiction and Substance Abuse Counseling Program
2601 West Fourth Street, Wilmington, DE 19805 – 302-655-9624
Description: Provides outpatient co-occurring treatment services with an emphasis on mental health. Clients meet once weekly with counselor and have access to an on-site psychiatrist.
For more information: www.cdow.org

MEADOW WOOD BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SYSTEM
575 S. DuPont Highway, New Castle, DE 19720 – 302-323-8000
Description: Provides inpatient and outpatient psychiatric health and addiction treatment services, including individualized programs for adolescents, adults and seniors
For more information: www.meadowwoodhospital.com

MID-ATLANTIC BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
910 S. Chapel Street, Ste 102, Newark, DE 19713 – 302-224-1400
Description: Offers one-on-one outpatient therapy, counseling & psychiatric services focusing on a broad range of issues, including substance abuse, depression/anxiety, adjustment issues, grief, relationships and more.
For more information: www.midatlanticbh.com

ROCKFORD CENTER
100 Rockford Drive, Newark, DE 19713 – 302-996-5480
Description: Provides inpatient and outpatient services for individuals requiring comprehensive psychiatric care, including substance abuse treatment.
For more information: www.rockfordcenter.com

RESIDENTIAL SERVICES

Lack of housing is often a result of addiction and its accompanying behaviors. There are a number of programs that provide a place to live while attending treatment, either within the facility itself, or on an outpatient basis. Each has its own application process and may or may not charge rent.

LIMEN HOUSE
Men’s House: 600 W. Tenth Street, Wilmington, DE 19899 – 302-652-7969
Women’s House: 624 N. Broom Street, Wilmington, DE 19899 – 302-571-1216
Description: Not-for-profit halfway house based on the 12-step model for recovering alcoholics and addicts. Counseling, education, job training & placement services provided. 12-month commitment required.
Fees: Sliding scale

OXFORD HOUSE
Men’s Housing: 302-607-4473 or 302-887-0748
Women’s Housing: 302-607-1170
Description: Drug- and alcohol-free houses for individuals who want a safe living environment for their recovery. Residents pay rent, purchase their own food, pay their own bills and make all decisions for the house.
Cost: Varies by house, typically $100/wk rent; intake fee requires security deposit plus one weeks’ rent.
For more information: www.oxfordhouse.org

SALVATION ARMY
Adult Rehabilitation Center
107 S. Market St., Wilmington, DE 19801 – 302-654-8808, ext 139
Description: Provides alcohol/drug treatment for individuals who have completed detox. Program includes physical fitness, work therapy, individual & group counseling, and spiritual guidance.
For more information: www.salvationarmydelaware.org

SEES-THE-DAY, INC.
1200 East Market Street, York, PA 17403 – 877-602-5211
Description: Democratically run recovery houses in which residents must work or perform at least 25 hours of community service weekly and must attend 90 AA or NA meetings in the first 90 days.
Cost: $135/wk rent and food; intake fee requires security and key deposit plus two weeks’ rent.
For more information: www.sees-the-day.com

SOJOURNERS’ PLACE
2901 Northeast Blvd., Wilmington 19802 – 302-764-4713
Description: Provides free case management, transitional housing, meals, substance abuse education & mental health counseling to homeless adults in Delaware. Also offers access to job training and placement.
For more information: www.sojournersplace.org

MEDICATION-ASSISTED TREATMENT

Medications such as Methadone, Naltrexone and Buprenorphine are readily available through clinics and some doctors to help people stop abusing opiates or alcohol. Used properly, these medications will reduce cravings, withdrawal symptoms, and the obsession to use – giving individuals a chance to pursue healthy lifestyles.

ARS NEW CASTLE LLC (ADDICTION RECOVERY SYSTEMS)
263 Quigley Boulevard New Castle, DE 19720 – 302-323-9400
Description: Provides outpatient medication assisted treatment, including methadone and Suboxone maintenance, and long-term methadone/suboxone detoxification. Bring photo ID.
For more information: www.medicationassisted.com

BRANDYWINE COUNSELING & COMMUNITY SERVICES: LANCASTER
2713 Lancaster Ave., Wilmington, DE 19805 – 302-656-2348
Description: Offers outpatient medication maintenance using methadone, Suboxone, Vivitrol, Buprenorphine and Naltrexone. Outpatient treatment required. Bring picture ID, proof of residence & insurance card.
For more information: www.brandywinecounseling.org/treatment

CLAYMONT CLINIC – CRC HEALTH GROUP
2999 Philadelphia Pike, Claymont, DE 19703 – 855-244-7803
Description: Provides assessments and outpatient counseling for clients receiving methadone maintenance, Buprenorphine maintenance or other medically assisted treatment. No pain management.
For more information: www.claymontclinic.com

CONNECTIONS COMMUNITY SUPPORT PROGRAMS, INC.
Polly Drummond Office Plaza, 1423 Capitol Trail, Building 3 Suites 3302-3304
Newark, DE 197111 – 866-477-5345
Description: Provides methadone maintenance, Vivitrol, Suboxone, etc., along with outpatient treatment and mental health services to support medication management.
For more information: www.connectionscsp.org

MID-ATLANTIC BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
910 S. Chapel Street, Ste 102, Newark, DE 19713 – 302-224-1400
Description: Provides Suboxone induction and maintenance services supported by one-on-one outpatient substance abuse treatment and psychiatric care.
For more information: www.midatlanticbh.com

SUBOXONE

Description: SUBOXONE Film is a narcotic medication indicated for the maintenance treatment of opioid dependence, available only by prescription, and must be taken under a doctor’s care as prescribed.
Find a doctor in your area who offers SUBOXONE as part of treatment.

VIVITROL

Description: VIVITROL is a prescription injectable medication used to prevent relapse to opioid dependence after detox and to treat alcohol dependence. To be effective, Vivitrol must be used with recovery programs such as counseling.
Find a doctor in your area who offers VIVITROL as part of treatment.

RELATED LINKS

DELAWARE AREA SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT SERVICES
Description: The Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health (DSAMH) provides public drug and alcohol treatment services for adults, primarily through contracts with private agencies. Services include: screening and evaluation; outpatient counseling; opioid treatment, including methadone maintenance; continuous treatment team programs for individuals with long-term, disabling alcohol and drug dependence disorders; less intensive case management services offered through the outpatient counseling agencies; detoxification; and residential services.

U.S. DEPT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES ADMINISTRATION
Description: substance abuse treatment facility locator.