Bucks County Halfway House

The RHD Bucks County Halfway House provides residential treatment to adult men with substance use and associated social and psychological disorders. Our mission is to empower people as they achieve the highest level of independence possible, building better lives for themselves, their families, and their communities. In our substance use treatment programs, we support individuals in recovery, by ensuring that participants have access to services that support overall health and wellness, including medication-assisted treatment. Priority admission consideration is provided to individuals who inject drugs, overdose survivors, and veterans.

Participants’ growth and continued recovery while here will depend on their commitment and willingness to participate and engage in the program activities and recommendations. We strive to provide a structured safe and supportive environment for participants to develop and practice a recovery program while transitioning to community independence. Our therapists will help them develop an individualized treatment plan of identified, important goals. The therapeutic system and privileges are in place to assist all residents with obtaining their goals.

The Bucks County Halfway House treatment community includes both participants and staff. Community meetings, counseling sessions, life skills training, peer supports, and other activities afford participants the opportunity to view themselves in a holistic manner, combining mind, body, and spirit to affect healing and change that supports the best possible chance for continued recovery.

Our goal is to provide an environment where participants maintain recovery and positive physical and mental health, learn a sense of pride and self-worth, develop healthy decision-making skills, renew family and social contacts, and prepare for re-entry to the larger community.

Program Start Year

  • 2023

Service Areas


  • Kathleen Curtin, Program Director

Contact Information