Substance Use Support Services

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What is substance use disorder?

If you cannot live without opioids, painkillers, cocaine, meth, heroin or any other similar substance, you have a substance use disorder. And while it’s hard to beat addiction, it can be done.

We use Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) for opioid dependency, which is considered the "gold standard" in care.

For other addictions, we can refer you to a nearby facility for medically supervised withdrawal management, in-patient or residential rehabilitation.

Who is a candidate for substance use support services?

To be a candidate for WellSpan Health Addiction Services, you must be suffering from a substance use disorder, such as opioid use disorder.

What to expect with substance use support services

Before treatment

  • Speak with a recovery specialist over the phone or in person.
  • If needed, we can help you find a primary care physician to be the center of your care team.

During treatment

  • Receive treatment for your substance use disorder, potentially including medication-assisted treatment (MAT) with buprenorphine.
  • Get counseling to uncover the root of your addiction and develop a personalized treatment plan.
  • Connect with recovery support services to help with legal needs, transportation, employment, relationship repair and more.
  • If necessary, receive medically supervised withdrawal management, in-patient or residential rehabilitation, or a referral to a nearby facility.

After treatment

  • Continue to receive support from your recovery team, including follow-up phone calls and text messages.
  • Access community-based medical and social support programs, community recovery programs and other resources.
  • Work with a dedicated team of professionals, including a registered nurse coordinator, community health worker, mental health professional and social work team.

Benefits of substance use support services

If substance use disorder is holding you back from living your life to the fullest, treatment can help you get back on your feet. Results will vary depending on your unique situation, but generally, benefits of treatment include:

  • Recovery. Our addiction specialists will work with you to find the right treatment path that will help you overcome addiction.
  • Connection. We see you as a whole person, not just your addiction, to help you improve both your physical and mental health for the long run.
  • Support. We connect you with the resources and support you need to rebuild your life, including housing, employment and legal assistance.

You're not alone in this. We're accepting new patients.

Like any other ailment, addiction needs professional treatment. No treatment is one-size-fits-all. We take a customized, whole-person approach to support you on your path to recovery.

Call us now to start your journey toward recovery. Speak with a Recovery Specialist Monday–Friday from 8:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.

1-844-WARM-LINE

WellSpan Health Addiction Services are offered in Lancaster, Lebanon, York, Adams and Franklin counties. Treatment is also available by phone or video calls.

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Specialized programs

We offer programs tailored to specific populations, including:

  • START (Specialized Treatment and Recovery Team) — if you are experiencing urgent mental health and addiction needs, get on the road to recovery and wholeness. Now open at the Loretta Claiborne building in York, PA.
  • Foundations Pregnancy Support Services Team — We provide you and your baby with gentle support throughout your opioid recovery journey. Call (717) 812-MOMS (6667).

Opioid addiction expertise

We offer medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for opioid use disorder, including buprenorphine. MAT has been proven to be an effective treatment for opioid use disorder and can help people achieve long-term recovery.

Local support groups

We offer a variety of counseling and support services, including:

  • individual therapy
  • group therapy
  • family therapy
  • case management
  • peer support