First Responder Addiction Treatment

The Continuum of Care

Coming to an addiction treatment center, or bringing in a loved one, is a lot like going to the hospital. You know something needs to be done to help, but exactly what will be done, how is it accomplished, what will that feel like? Be assured that Livengrin is a safe, secure, professional organization – we help people attain better health, not judge them.

You'll find a knowledgeable initial FRAT contact staff and a highly-trained therapeutic team. Our campus is a good place to get away from the outside influences that bring on a person's craving for drinking or drugs.

The "continuum of care" at Livengrin Foundation allows us to provide help to a patient regardless of the point at which they enter treatment.  Also, the patient's transition to other phases of treatment is made smoother, without the person's having to change treatment providers.

The initial FRAT "intake" starts with a phone call. A FRAT coordinator will speak with and, as necessary, "bring in" the patient and handle introductions to counselors and medical staff.

Each person's path to recovery starts with a comprehensive clinical assessment. Evaluation ensures that our highly-trained staff can direct the patient to the best type and length of treatment.

Together we can determine that Livengrin is the appropriate facility for you – with an individualized therapeutic plan that is a crucial tool for success.

We may recommend you initially stay in our residential program at the main campus in Bensalem.
We may advise you to go into an outpatient program, for people who are able to carry on with their daily home and work life, while receiving treatment across several months.

Recovery from addiction is a difficult goal to accomplish, and is a life-long process. A person isn't "fixed" when they leave FRAT and Livengrin. Rather, they're given a healthier body & the tools for living, a new outlook on who they are as human beings, so that they can begin a renewed life free of chemical dependency.

We know that by reaching out (and being receptive) to FRAT, by making the choice for treatment and recovery, you're on the right path to physical, spiritual and emotional renewal.