Esper Treatment Center


Top Rated Rehab Facility

Erie, PA Addiction Treatment

Rehab Facility Address Mailing Address
25 West 18th Street
Erie PA Pennsylvania, 16501-2101
25 West 18th Street
Erie PA Pennsylvania, 16501-2101

Languages: English, ASL or other assistance for hearing impaired

In Earie, Pennsylvania residents suffering from addiction can obtain the help and support they need to effectively overcome their problems with substance abuse at Esper Treatment Center. In a safe and supportive outpatient setting, Esper Treatment Center provides the highest level of confidential treatment for all types of chemical dependency and specializes in opioid addiction treatment and recovery.

Opioid pain pills and heroin are common drugs of abuse and as a result millions of people are suffering from opiate addiction which is very difficult to overcome without professional treatment. Esper Treatment Center offers methadone and suboxone for opiate addiction and provides clients with the individual level of care and support needed to attain lasting recovery.

Even though it takes time and isn't easy, people can overcome an addiction to opioids, alcohol and other drugs of abuse. Esper Treatment Center helps people make positive and healthy changes in their life so they can effectively overcome opioid addiction and other types of chemical dependency for the long term.

Treatment & Rehab Services Offered
  • Partial hospitalization/day treatment
  • Medicaid
  • ASL or other assistance for hearing impaired
  • Substance abuse treatment services
  • Outpatient
  • Self payment
  • Pregnant/postpartum women
  • State financed insurance
  • Sliding fee scale
  • Substance abuse treatment
  • Methadone maintenance
  • Medicare

Free 24 Hour Support and Placement Assistance - 800-839-1663

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