St. Joseph Institute for Addiction

Treatment Center
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Facility Details


134 Jacobs Way
Port Matilda
Centre County
16870, United States

St. Joseph Institute offers a comprehensive drug and alcohol addiction treatment program for adults. Inpatient and outpatient addiction treatment with personalized, holistic therapies.

Program Overview

  • 24 Beds
  • Clinical Detox Available
  • Age Group 18 - 99 years
  • Patient Population

    • Adults

Payment Options

  • Private Insurance
  • Self-Pay

Treatments Offered

  • Addiction Counseling
  • Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment
  • Faith-Based Recovery
  • Holistic Treatment
  • Individual Counseling
  • Relapse Prevention



Facility Description

About the Program

Our program treats the whole person – body, mind, emotions and spirit. Located between Altoona and State College in central Pennsylvania, we are an easy drive from Pittsburgh and Harrisburg, less than 3 hours from Washington and Baltimore, and under 4 hours from Philadelphia, Cleveland and Buffalo.

Treatment and Philosophy

Our professional staff is experienced with a wide range of co-occurring conditions, including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder and chronic pain.

The Wellness team offers a personalized program for each resident that may include bodywork, nutritional balancing to promote wellness and reduce cravings, therapies for pain, private counseling, fitness programming and spiritual direction.

Above all, we treat every person with dignity and compassion, as we work together to achieve wellness and freedom from addiction.

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