Mercy House

Mercy House


Located in Meadville, Penn., Mercy House is a private nonprofit facility, which make up about 58 percent of all treatment facilities in Pennsylvania; it is one of the 402 (76 percent) of Pennsylvania facilities that offers outpatient treatment. The treatment center offers services to individuals and families who are struggling with mental health disorders and substance use.


According to Mercy House’s website, the treatment center’s goal is to help client uncover their potential and lead a life worth celebrating. The treatment team applies complementary therapy approaches and techniques to individuals and their families.

The treatment team can help with a range of things including depression, anxiety, PTSD, relationship issues, eating disorders, self-harm, and grief. Programming may also include substance abuse services such as intake assessments for drug and alcohol treatment and substance use counseling.

Suboxone Groups are available first and third Wednesday every month, and it addresses issues surrounding suboxone and provides support.

RecoverUse is a drug and alcohol treatment group that meets in the evenings, and clients also participate in individual counseling. Programming includes learning about relapse prevention, identifying triggers and cravings, learning healthy thinking strategies, and 12-step education.

Aftercare groups and anger management groups are also available.


Mercy House’s website notes the treatment team includes therapists, case managers, a pastor, and social workers. The loved one polled by at the time of this writing gave one out of five stars for the staff’s level of experience.

REVIEWS has yet to receive any reviews from this facility’s former clients or staffers. However, the one loved one surveyed by to date provided mixed feedback. They mentioned the strengths of the center is structure, but they did notice many clients dropped out of the center.

To date, the 19 people who gave reviews on Mercy House of Meadville’s Facebook page, which they have the ability to manage, provided an average of 4.7 out of five stars.[1] Most individuals praised the center and its staff. “The staff is very professional, yet they show the kind of concern for an individual you do not always find in other intensive treatment programs.
The team will go above, and beyond in teaching you the tools you will need to have the best chance at staying clean and sober,” a reviewer wrote in a representative review.


According to Mercy House’s website, it accepts insurance plans. and self-pay for individuals without coverage.


Mercy House Reviews

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  • Outpatient. Christian based. No live in option.