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Outpatient Care Facility
Specializing in Substance Abuse
and Mental Health Therapy

What do we treat at Sobriety Now?


No two people's struggles are the same. From drug addictions to mental health, our experienced staff is trained to help you through our Intensive Outpatient Care program (IOP) where we create individually constructed treatment programs built for the addictions and/or problems at hand. Below are some of the addictions that we service.

  • Alcohol

  • Opiates

  • Prescriptions

  • Benzodiazepine

  • Cocaine

  • Methamphetamines

  • Suboxone Treatment

  • ...and more!


Alcohol can be an addictive substance. Not everyone who consumes alcohol will become addicted. However, certain people may be more susceptible to addiction. It's important to understand the signs and symptoms of alcoholism.

Opiates cover a huge variety of drugs, ranging from legal drugs such as fentanyl, codeine, and morphine to illegal drugs such as opium. Opiate addiction is a major issue in the U.S., with prescription opiate addiction being one of the biggest drug problems today. 

Cocaine is a type of drug that functions to increase the availability of the neurotransmitter dopamine in the brain. Cocaine is attractive as a recreational substance due to the perceived positive effects on mood, motivation, and energy. Someone abusing cocaine may smoke, snort, or take it via injection.


Benzodiazepines, or “benzos,” are a type of sedative drugs used for the relief of symptoms associated with anxiety and panic disorders, seizures, muscle spasms, and alcohol withdrawal and commonly include drugs such as Xanax and Valium.


Like Suboxone, Methadone is one of a handful of drugs approved for use in the pharmaceutical treatment of opioid addiction and dependency. Problems can arise when people abuse methadone without a prescription or in combination with other opioids, benzodiazepines or even alcohol.


Methamphetamine is a psycho-stimulant that produces effects similar to cocaine and prescription stimulants like Ritalin. The drug is most commonly used illicitly and is sold as a pill, powder, or crystal. It can subsequently be swallowed, snorted, injected, or smoked.


Misuse of prescription drugs means taking a medication in a manner or dose other than prescribed; taking someone else’s prescription, even if for a legitimate medical complaint such as pain; or taking a medication to feel euphoria.


Suboxone is generally used in the management of opioid abuse and withdrawal. It is a beneficial medicine that aids in treatment; however, addiction can occur when individuals buy, sell, or trade their Suboxone, take Suboxone that is not prescribed to them, or take inappropriate doses of Suboxone.

...and more!

The list of illicit drugs and materials that can be misused and abused is seemingly endless. Furthermore, many people suffering from addiction have a form of polysubstance dependency where they are addicted to intoxication more than any singular substance. It is important that treatment and recovery being customized for your particular addiction. Call today to schedule your consultation: 267-704-9669 

You also may find yourself suffering from poly-substance abuse, meaning that you’re addicted to more than one substance simultaneously. At Sobriety Now, we understand that everyone’s addiction is different,  which is why we create individual treatment plans.

Get Help Now


If you or someone you know and love is struggling with addiction, please contact us at Sobriety Now. We are conveniently located in Center City Philadelphia, PA, in the historic Land Title building with access to every major form of public transportation. Allow us to partner with you today on your road to recovery! Contact us with the available form below or call us at 267- 704 - 9669

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