Our Programs and Services


Facilities of Penn Presbyterian Medical Center

Our Programs and Services

The mission of Total Recovery is to provide current, evidenced-based care for adults facing substance use diagnoses (SUD) and their families. 

We strive to be at the forefront of new, unique, evidence-based approaches to substance use treatment and to assist and heal as many individuals as possible. We know that a singular approach does not work for everyone.

We partner with the Beck Community Initiative to ensure all of our clinicians are expertly trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to provide the highest quality, effective treatment to our patients. Our clinicians are all master-level, and/or certified in substance use treatment and/or licensed to provide behavioral health services. We also offer services through our Center for Opioid Recovery and Education (CORE) program where our Certified Recovery Specialists (CRS) provide services to individuals. These specialists complete outreach within the community and the emergency room, and are available through our 24/7 recovery assistance phone line. 

Every participant works with their team, which could include a psychiatrist, counselor, case manager, or peer to develop the individualized treatment plan.

With all levels of care participants engage in group and individual therapy as well as psychiatric and case management services to address individual needs. 

The Total Recovery team at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center provides extended hours for intake and assessment services for individuals experiencing problems with substance abuse. Our substance use counselors determine the level and type of care that best meets the needs of each individual patient, and refers them for follow-up treatment as appropriate.

Our substance use counselors are trained to conduct intakes and assessments for adults struggling with issues but not limited to:

  • Alcohol substance use

  • Cocaine substance use

  • Heroin and Opioid use

  • Methamphetamines

  • Amphetamines

  • Hallucinogens

  • Polysubstance (Multi-Substance) substance use

  • Co-Occurring diagnoses (mental health issues in conjunction with substance misuse issues)

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