Livengrin alumni and volunteers support continued drug and alcohol recovery.


Life after treatment begins at our driveway. We seek to be a source of motivation and affirmation for patients long after they depart. Our alumni can take advantage of an essential link between the individual’s therapeutic process here and the future they create for themselves afterward.

Active alumni focus on helping people stay in touch, planning events and projects, and supporting volunteerism. They’re at the center of several major activities each year, such as Gratitude Day on Thanksgiving morning in November and Back to Livengrin Day, our annual reunion picnic.

To learn more about alumni affairs, call the coordinator at 215-638-5200, ext. 1154, or email your question or information request to:

Share your experience, strength, and hope.

Are you a former Livengrin patient?

 Do you have at least 90 days of continuous sobriety?

 Are you involved in a 12 Step Program, have a sponsor, and a working knowledge of the steps?

 Do you want to pass along the gift of sobriety?

Give back to Livengrin patients and the recovering community at our monthly 12 Step Meeting on the third Sunday of every month.

For more information, contact John Kronbar at 215-638-5200 x 1154 or

Download the flyer here: Livengrin Alumni Association Flyer

Join the Livengrin Alumni Association. Submit a form online.


Volunteers are always welcome, either alumni (with a minimum of 90 days’ sobriety) or from the community at large. They assist with office duties, some patient programs, and events. Alumni volunteers, in particular, can have a beneficial effect on patients by virtue of their post-treatment experience and accumulated wisdom about living sober.

To get involved, give back, and make a difference, fill out and submit an application. The volunteer coordinator will contact eligible applicants about coming in for an orientation.

Volunteer orientations are held monthly on Saturday afternoons. For the schedule, or to request a call-back from our Alumni & Volunteer office, call  215-638-5200, ext. 312.

If you want to know how to help a drug addict, submit a volunteer application online. Get started now.