Substance Use Treatment
CORA Services provides a therapeutic environment where individuals can explore and address their substance use patterns. Those seeking services are provided with individualized treatment in a compassionate, nonjudgmental setting.
- Medicaid (CBH)
- Independence Blue Cross Plans
- Anthem BC/BS
- BC/BS Personal Choice
- Highmark BC/BS
- Keystone HMO and POS
- Penncare PPO
- CHIP Insurances
- AETNA Better Health Kids
- Keystone CHIP
- GHP Kids
- Kidzpartners (Health Partners)
Cora does not accept any Medicare plans or Cigna.
Alternative Peer Group Services – CORA Services facilitates an Alternative Peer Group program for adolescents. APGs are community-based recovery services that tie together substance-free social and skill-building activities and family services with clinical supports as necessary. An APG is a recovery model that combines supportive community of peers in recovery with clinical and family support. In essence, the APG model utilizes the understanding of adolescent development and the power of the peer group to promote lasting success in recovery.
Program elements include needs/strengths assessment to determine eligibility and commitment, family supports, linkage to counseling, life skills training and academic supports, case management services, career exploration and resource access assistance. Social activities, weekdays and on weekends, are incorporated to model the potential and benefits of substance free living.
APG is programming is held at The Bridge Way School and incorporates weekly trips to various locations in the community. All programming is provided at no cost to you or your family. Eligible to individuals aged 14-19.
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Peer Recovery Support & Case Management Services – Available to adolescents and adults in CORA’s Substance Use Treatment Program. Support services include:
- Benefits Assistance
- Linkages to recovery oriented activities
- Assistance with job applications/employment readiness
- Legal and educational advocacy
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- Initial assessment
- Service planning
- Individual, group and family therapy
- Case management (adolescents only)
- Service and resource referrals
Eligible clients are those adults and adolescents presenting with problems related to substance use and who reside in Philadelphia County.
Contact CORA’s Clinical Services Division to discuss your needs and set an appointment. Call 215-342-7660.
Most costs are covered for clients whose benefits are provided through Medical Assistance Programs managed by Community Behavioral Health (CBH).