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ARC Manor Addiction Recovery Center

Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization

ARC Manor is a non-profit agency committed to prevention, education, intervention and treatment of abuse and addiction to alcohol and other drugs. Our mission is to provide affordable, high quality, timely services that enhance the quality of life for individuals, families and the community.

Accreditations and Licenses

ARC Manor is licensed by the Department of Drug & Alcohol Programs, Division of Drug and Alcohol Licensing, and is funded by the Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs, Pennsylvania Department of Health, the Armstrong County United Way, the Armstrong County Commissioners through a grant from the Human Services Development Fund, private grants, fees, private insurances and community donations.

Legal Structure

Non-profit corporation

Contact Information

Key Leader(s)

Michael Watterson -  Executive Director

Contact Person(s)

Michael Watterson

Contact Number(s)


800.323.1333 - Toll-free

724.545.7999 - FAX

Contact Email(s) - e-mail update

Web Addresses

Primary Address

ARC Manor Addiction Recovery Center
200 Oak Avenue
Kittanning, PA, 16201

Additional Addresses

ARC Manor - Addiction Recover Center (Outpatient Services)
116 Main Street
Leechburg Primary Care Center
Leechburg, PA, 15656
ARC Manor - Addiction Recover Center (Outpatient Services)
102 South Street
New Bethlehem, PA, 16242

Service Information

Service Area

Armstrong, Indiana & Clarion Counties as well as Northern, Central & Western PA

Service Description

This service is a variable length inpatient program for adults with alcohol and other drug problems. The program consists of individual and group therapy, medical and nutritional services, life skills training, relapse prevention, and twelve step recovery meetings.

24 hour crisis intervention program by phone or drop-in

Variable length, up to 28 days, residential program for persons with a drug or alcohol problem

Outpatient Individual and Group Services for substance use treatment

Partial hospitalization program for drug and alcohol abusers

Intensive Outpatient program for substance abusers

Nurse Navigator and Certified Recovery Specialist Outreach Program, a collaboration between the Armstrong-Indiana-Clarion Drug & Alcohol Commission, ARC Manor, and the Armstrong County Memorial Hospital and is intended to enhance rural physical and behavioral health care service delivery. Objectives are to improve client's perception of their overall health & wellness; improve client's coping strategies and symptom management; improve communication with their physicians and treatment providers; and reduce the number of emergency room visits and hospitalization.

Available Hours

24 hour service availability

Fees/Cost for Services

All fees are on a sliding fee scale based on ability to pay

Eligibility Requirements

Residential - Anyone who is 18 years or older and has a drug or alcohol problem. Partial Hospitalization Program - Anyone who is 18 years or older and has a drug or alcohol problem. Intensive Outpatient Program - anyone 18 or older with a drug or alcohol problem. Out-patient Program - Anyone with a drug or alcohol problem and their family members. Anyone may use the crisis intervention program.

Required Documentation

Financial information Insurance Information

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments

Call the Admissions Department at 800-323-1333

Miscellaneous Information

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