Our Northeast Philadelphia location is open and accepting new clients. Due to COVID-19 regulations, we are currently offering online telehealth services.
Our counselors work primarily with adults at our Northeast Philadelphia location. With intensive outpatient groups and a partial hospitalization program, we can provide the right level of support for different mental health concerns. Get in touch with our admissions team to schedule an intake appointment.
Hours of Operation
Our treatment center operates Monday through Friday from 7:30 am to 9:00 pm. Morning and evening groups are available to help you fit treatment into your schedule.
About Our Northeast Philadelphia Location
This outpatient treatment center is one of two locations in Philadelphia. While our Center City location serves the downtown area, our Northeast location serves clients living in the suburbs and surrounding counties like Bucks. We accept most commercial insurance providers and self-pay clients.
From day one, our staff works with each client to create a treatment plan for their needs and goals. This can include individual therapy, group counseling, or a partial day program. We also offer sessions with our staff psychiatrist for IOP and PHP levels of care. Our clients have access to flexible scheduling to fit our programs into their daily life, whether it be during the daytime or evening.
Intensive Outpatient Groups
Intensive outpatient therapy (also known as IOP) is a form of group therapy that runs for 4 sessions each week. Each session lasts 2 hours and 15 minutes, making this a more in-depth form of therapy that can help with severe mental health symptoms.
Our partial hospitalization lasts for 6 hours each day and is offered Monday through Friday. This program offers more structured support for clients who are having trouble controlling their mental health symptoms.
About The Light Program
The Light Program is an outpatient mental health treatment provider serving southeastern Pennsylvania. We treat a wide variety of mental health conditions, including anxiety, OCD, depression, and trauma disorders. Our counselors can also help individuals who are struggling with their mental health in general. Call our admissions line at (610) 644-6464 or submit a form on our website: