WBK Healthcare Services
We now provide the most affordable treatment options in western PA. If you feel like you’re paying too much for treatment give us a call to hear about our more affordable options.
A better life starts with receiving the treatment you need
Committed to excellence
Since we’ve opened our doors in 2014, we have dedicated ourselves to providing the best patient centered care possible. We understand that overcoming addiction is a challenge that many people need help with. Throughout the years we have constantly remodeled our approach to be able to provide patients with many different options that would have the best chance of our desired outcomes.
Highly trained medical team
Our physicians have seen thousands of patients and have years of experience.
We treat every patient as an individual. You will receive a treatment plan that's strictly designed for you.
Our approach has been proven to help thousands of individuals struggling with addiction.
We use up to date practices to provide the very best care!
We are here for you
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Helping people become productive members of society again!
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