Resources for Human Development recognizes that there isn't a one-size-fits-all approach to addiction recovery. RHD offers a variety of innovative person-centered and person-directed recovery plans that take into account where our clients are in their unique stages of readiness to begin their recovery process, and we've long been at the forefront of dual diagnosis programs that treat addiction and mental illness.
Programs like Project Advantage, which is a permanent residential housing for homeless women with co-occurring mental illness and substance abuse issues, and New Start, a program designed formerly incarcerated males identified as having a substance abuse problem, illustrate RHD's commitment to individualized care in a wide variety of areas.
RHD is dedicated to helping our clients learn life skills as a part of their addiction recovery, empowering them to lead fulfilling lives long after they've left our programs. All the programs listed below assist individuals in addiction recovery. Please clink on those links for more information.
'We build families here'
At Family House Norristown, mothers battle addiction and reunite with their children. The residential treatment facility for chemically dependent women and their children is one of only a handful of programs in the country that work with mothers and children together. Read about Sheila's recovery, and how she's helping other moms along the same path.
Our willingness to take on complex cases of clients struggling with dual diagnosis, and our expertise in supporting them, makes RHD a strong partner for state and local governments. RHD's Access Team, our group of nationally-recognized clinical experts and occupational therapists, supports our programs whenever and wherever necessary.
At RHD, we encourage growth and development within a safe and empowering environment.
Fore more information, please contact Randee Gallo 215-951-0300 ext.3560
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You can find a program to fit your needs from our list at the bottom of this page. Any questions?
Contact us at AddictionRecovery@rhd.org