Be Wise, dial 215-297-3555 and Get Clean from Substance Addiction.
PA Drug Rehab Philadelphia is a place where patients and family can come together. There is no place that is safer, no facility that is more professional, than our offices. We encourage Philadelphia residents who struggle with addiction to call us now and get their life back on track. Our offerings include detoxification, physical rehabilitation, and emotional therapies. These treat many aspects of addiction and the first step to a cleaner life is admitting you have a problem and facing it – head on.
Constant use of damaging drugs will harm the body, and the pain that it endures creates a powerful physical, emotional and mental obsession with the person abusing. It now becomes a matter of physical need that the patient must use to avoid sickness and pain. When the body first tries to break away from the cravings, the lack of that substance will usually send the body into shock and cause painful withdrawal symptoms. By being in a medical clinic with professional, caring doctors and nurses, you can rest assure your withdrawal procedure will be safe and dependable.
Can we save you?
It doesn’t matter the degree of your addiction or the years endured while struggling with drug and alcohol dependency. Every person that comes through our doors can recover with our services. Of course, there is no magic wand that can cure addiction. But there is a pathway to a respectable and sober life waiting just around the corner. You’ll not only beat your addiction, you’ll regain self-respect and self-esteem, and you’ll do this with the help of our staff and your family and friends. Most addicted patients don’t know where to go for help, but PA Drug Rehab Philadelphia can take them on the road needed for recovery, bringing hope to a perceived hopeless situation.
All about Philadelphia
As the largest city in Pennsylvania, and located in the Delaware Valley, Philadelphia was founded by William Penn in 1682 and served as the capital of the United States during the American Revolution. Well known for its arts, culture, filmmaking and diverse ethnic blend, there is also gorgeous architecture that dates all the way back to the Colonia times, and during the 18th century. Known for its historical feel, some of the most famous landmarks in America are right in town. Independence Hall is here, where the Declaration of Independence was signed. So is the Liberty Bell, which is the most famous attraction in the city. For you movie buffs, The Philadelphia Museum of Art became famous when Sylvester Stallone’s character used its steps as part of his workout routine in the Oscar winning film Rocky. Tom Hanks won an Academy Award in 1993 for Best Actor in the film Philadelphia, which focuses on the beautiful town and the AIDS epidemic. Bruce Springsteen’s epic song “Streets of Philadelphia”, from the same movie, won the Oscar for best song and the Grammy award for Song of the Year. Millions of tourists visit yearly.