ARC Manor has been providing high quality treatment services for over thirty years. Services offered to help people overcome problems with drug and alcohol are listed below.
Referrals are accepted from family, friends, physicians, psychologists, clergy, schools, mental health professionals, case managers, social and health care agencies, employers and the judicial system. In addition, people in need of help are encouraged to refer themselves to ARC Manor and may do so by calling our 24 hour hotline: 1-800-323-1333.
Anyone having a problem with alcohol or other drugs, or who is affected by substance abuse, is eligible for ARC Manor's programs. For more information or to make a referral, contact our Admissions Department at 724-548-7607
Outpatient, Legal Offenders Group, and Individual Counseling are also available at our Leechburg Satellite office.
Our clinical staff is trained to address issues specific to the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transsexual population.
This service is a variable length inpatient program for adults with alcohol and other drug problems. The program consists of individual and group therapy, medical and nutritional services, life skills training, relapse prevention, and twelve step recovery meetings.
Partial Hospital Program
This program is five mornings per week and consists of individual and group therapy, psycho educational groups and relapse prevention.
Intensive Outpatient Program
This program consists of group counseling and education and meets either three morning or evenings each week.
Co-Occurring Disorders Programs
All of our programs provide specialized services to people with both addiction and mental health concerns. Services include psychiatric evaluations, medication management, individual and group therapy, drug/alcohol and mental health education and skills groups.
Buprenorphine Medication Program
Buprenorphine is a medication treatment option for clients who are opiate dependent. This medication can be used to treat withdrawal and post-acute withdrawal physical symptoms and it also helps minimize cravings. Clients can receive this medication on or off site by our contracted physicians.
Relapse Prevention Group is an open group for adult males and females with an alcohol or other drug problem who have a history of relapse and need to focus on relapse prevention issues. The groups meets one time per week for 90 minutes, is facilitated by one therapist, and the number of people is 10-12. Topics discussed in this group include identification of high-risk triggers for relapse and building concrete and specific plans for preventing relapse. The workbook by Dennis C. Daley entitled, “Relapse Prevention Workbook for Recovering Alcoholics and Drug Dependent Persons” is used as a guide and for self-study by the clients between groups. The recommended length of treatment is 8 to 24 weeks.
Adolescent Group is provided for individuals under 19 with a drug and/or alcohol problem. A therapist meets with at least four adolescents twice a week for one hour. The maximum number of people is 12. Topics discussed in this group include coping with peer pressure, self-esteem, rebuilding family relationships, developing new friendships, school adjustment, and living without alcohol and other drugs. This group is open-ended. The recommended length of treatment is 12 to 18 hours.
Adelphoi Adolescent Treatment Group is a specialized drug and alcohol treatment group for adolescents participating in the Adelphoi Day Treatment Program. The group meets on e time per week for one hour and is facilitated by one therapist. This group is conducted when there are at least four adolescents in need of the service. Topics include admitting to a drug/alcohol problem, learning to live without alcohol and other drugs, coping with peer pressure, self-esteem, rebuilding family relationships, developing new friendships, school/program adjustment. This group is done in collaboration with the Children and Youth Services and Adelphoi Village. This group is open-ended. The length of treatment varies depending upon the length of stay in Adelphoi, with 12 weeks being the recommended length.
Outpatient group counseling for criminal justice clients occurs on a weekly basis is facilitated by one therapist, and lasts 1.5 hours. Two to four groups run concurrently and the number of people is 10-12. The focus of this group is to get participants to honestly examine their alcohol and other drug usage, to break down denial, to identify and change criminal thinking, and to change the behavior that led to their involvement with the criminal justice system. Participation in this group is supplemented by periodic drug testing. There are both open-ended and closed Legal Offenders Groups. The recommended length of treatment ranges from 12 to 24 hours.
Individuals targeted for Repeat Offenders Group are adult males and females with an alcohol or other drug problem who have a history of repeated criminal offenses. The group meets one time per week for 1.5 hours, is facilitated by one therapist, and the length of the group is 15 weeks. The maximum number of people per group is 10-12 . The purpose of the group is to break the cycle of repeated offenses and alcohol and other drug abuse. Topics covered in this group include alcohol and drub use/abuse, denial, criminal thinking and attitudes and preparation for a crime-free lifestyle. This group is open-ended. The recommended length of treatment is 24 hours.
Individuals targeted for Women’s Group are adult women with an alcohol or other drug problem. The group meets one time per week for 1.5 hours, is facilitated by one therapist and the recommended length of treatment ranges from 12 to 24 hours. This group is designed to address the special needs of female alcoholics/addicts. Topics covered in this group include codependency, denial, stigma, stress management, and self-esteem. The group is open ended and the maximum number is 10-12. Availability of this group is determined by a sufficient roster of at least six females.