Our Paoli location is open and accepting new clients. Due to COVID-19, we are following a hybrid treatment model which consists of both in-person and online telehealth services.

Our Paoli outpatient center treats teens and adults ages 18-35 in Chester County. We can customize a treatment plan for you or your loved one. Contact our admissions team at (610) 644-6464 or fill out a contact form on our website.

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Treatment Center Hours

Our Paoli treatment center is open Monday through Friday, 7:30 am to 9:00 pm. Intensive outpatient groups run in the morning and evening to provide more flexibility in your treatment. Partial hospitalization runs on one set schedule.

About Our Paoli Location

We are located on Russell Road, close to Paoli Hospital and right off Route 30. Our clinicians use a variety of evidence-based techniques to treat a range of mental health disorders, including panic attacks, OCD, trauma disorders, and depression. This location accepts most commercial insurance providers and self-pay clients.

Intensive Outpatient Therapy for Adults and Adolescents

Intensive outpatient, or IOP, is a form of group therapy that runs longer than normal outpatient sessions. IOP groups meet four days each week for 2 hours and 15 minutes each day. This provides the time to fully explore different topics and coping skills for a range of mental health concerns. Learn more about IOP for adults or IOP for teens.

Teen Partial Hospitalization

Our Paoli location offers an all-day program for teens with a history of substance abuse and mental health concerns. Teen PHP runs Monday through Friday for 6 hours each day. The program uses a variety of therapies to address underlying mental health symptoms that may be driving the substance use.

Is The Light Program a Good Fit for You?

If you’ve tried other treatments and you’re looking for the next step, The Light Program could be the right fit. Our programs may prevent the need for inpatient care by addressing symptoms early on, before a client’s condition becomes worse. Reach out to our team to start treatment.

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