Maintain Sobriety while Grieving

Losing a friend or family is distressing. The pain can be severe and seemingly unbearable. When you’re in recovery, that pain may appear to be more traumatic. It can leave you in despair, shock, or anger. For this reason, you may have a hard time trying to figure out how to react while in recovery.  It’s advisable and helpful to deal with grief appropriately to avoid relapse.

Tobacco Free Campus

Valley Forge Medical Center, INC. is Proud to Announce Effective December 31, 2018 we will be a Tobacco-Free Campus.

On December 31, 2018 Valley Forge Medical Center will be a tobacco-free campus in order to provide the best environment for our patients to recover. To ensure quality care, the use of tobacco products will not be permitted anywhere on campus grounds.

Support Groups

DayMeetingLocationTime
MONDAYAA (Open Discussion)
AL-ANON
WOLFFE CONFERENCE ROOM
SPIRITUALITY ROOM
8:00 P.M.
8:00 P.M.
TUESDAYCHRONIC PAIN ANONYMOUSCAFETERIA7:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAYGAWOLFFE CONFERENCE ROOM7:15 P.M.
THURSDAYAA (Open Big Book)COMMUNITY ROOM8:00 P.M
SATURDAYAA (Open Discussion)WOLFFE CONFERENCE ROOM8:00 P.M.
SATURDAYAlumni MeetingCommunity Room8:30 P.M.
SUNDAYCHRONIC PAIN ANONYMOUSCAFETERIA7:00 P.M.
There is a 90-day (3-month) wait from the time of discharge, for any former VFMC patient interested in attending any of the meetings, except for the Chronic Pain Anonymous meeting.

Patients involved in the Chronic Pain And Addiction program are allowed to return for the CPA meeting immediately, unless informed otherwise.

Parking: Please use the lower level parking lot, near the outpatient entrance. Visitors will enter and exit the building through the outpatient entrance.

Anyone interested in returning to speak at a meeting please contact us at [email protected] with subject line “Guest speaker”.

Anyone interested in becoming part of the alumni group please contact us at i[email protected] with subject line “Alumni”.