The easiest-to-find addiction resources are often the most overwhelmed, leading to long wait times or a reliance on 911, which can turn people away from recovery.
We started the process by asking readers for recommendations — looking for organizations that answer patient questions, follow up after treatment, and go the extra mile to make care accessible. We received dozens of submissions, from nontraditional recovery high schools to city-run bereavement support groups, and everything in between.
The result: Philly’s largest community-driven recovery hub.
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