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Addiction Services Addiction Services Overview

If you are using opioids, alcohol, nicotine or any other substances
and would like to stop, we are here to help you. 

For help 24/7, please call (800) 932-0359.

Dial 911 for medical emergencies

For life-threatening emergencies, including possible drug overdose, dial 911.

Addiction Services

  • Speak with a Recovery Specialist Monday–Friday from 8:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.
  • We are accepting new patients. 

Addiction is a life-threatening disease. It changes the way you think and act, which can impact your ability to hold a job, keep good relationships and be healthy. 

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.

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

You’re not alone in this.

Call us now to start your journey toward recovery.

Treatment and Care

Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) is available for the treatment of substance use disorders, including opioid use disorder. MAT for opioid use disorder, such as prescribing buprenorphine as part of the treatment plan, has been proven to be an effective option that is considered the "gold standard" in care.

Primary care providers are at the center of your care team at WellSpan. If you do not have a primary care provider, we can help you find one.

Read more about MAT

Many people who have a substance use disorder could also benefit from treatment for their emotional health, too. Specialists can help you uncover what led to your addiction and what elements should be added to your treatment plan to best support your recovery. WellSpan Philhaven offers behavioral health services throughout the WellSpan Health service area. We work with your addiction recovery team and your primary care provider to offer care for the whole person.

Recovery Support
From help with legal needs to transportation, getting a job and fixing relationships, we connect you with the help you need.

Rehabilitation & Medically Supervised Withdrawal Management
For those seeking medically supervised withdrawal management, inpatient or residential rehabilitation, we can offer referrals to a facility near you.

Questions about substance use treatment programs


Now open at the Loretta Claiborne building in York, PA

START, or Specialized Treatment and Recovery Team, can help you get on the road to recovery and wholeness if you are experiencing urgent mental health and addiction needs. 

Learn more about the services at START

A Community Center for Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC)

WellSpan Addiction Recovery & Mentoring

  • Free and available 24/7,
  • You can choose to remain anonymous.
  • Confidential mentoring and support for you to help your loved one who’s struggling with addiction.

Learn more about the WARM Line.

Foundations Pregnancy Support Services Team

Helping moms build strong foundations during opioid recovery

FPSS will provide you and your baby with gentle support throughout your recovery journey from opioid use disorder (OUD). We are here for you during your pregnancy and after your baby is born. Get the support you need to create a better future for you and your baby.

Services include: 

Medicated Assisted Treatment (MAT)
You don't have to quit cold turkey, and you can prevent withdrawal during your pregnancy and breastfeed your baby safely. 

Ongoing support for you and your baby for up to 18 months
Get visits that fit your schedule and needs, with follow-up phone calls and texting support. 

Collaboration with local resources
Take advantage of Early Intervention Programs, community-based medical and social support programs, community recover programs and more.

A dedicated team working with you
Your team will include a Registered Nurse Coordinator, Community Health Worker, Mental Health Professional and Social Work Team

Call (717) 812-MOMS (6667)

or ask your doctor or nurse for a referral.