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Oxford Valley

195 Bristol Oxford Valley Rd., Langhorne, PA 19047

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Welcome to the Livengrin Oxford Valley office! We are happy that you are joining us today. Let us know how we can help you.

Contact Us

Helen Weigand, CADC
Director of DUI Services and Lower Bucks County DUI Coordinator
215.946.4029 x1140
hweigand@livengrin.org

Matthew Lomberg
DUI Court Administrator (Philadelphia & Bucks County)
215.946.4029 x1214
mlomberg@livengrin.org

Mona Lisa Valentino
Administrative Assistant, DUI Services
215.946.4029 x1137
mvalentino@livengrin.org

Daniella Gigante
Administrative Assistant, DUI Services
215.946.4029 x1052
dgigante@livengrin.org

Elizabeth Leasure
DUI Transfers (out of county and state)
215.946.4029 x1069
eleasure@livengrin.org

Michael Banach, MS, CAADC,
Assistant Program Manager
215.946.4029 x1004
mbanach@livengrin.org

Pamela Wilson
Office Manager, Counseling Services
215.946.4029 x1202
pwilson@livengrin.org

Thomas DeVitis, MA
Therapist
215.946.4029 x1033
tdevitis@livengrin.org

Grace Stone, MA
Therapist
215.946.4029 x1034
gstone@livengrin.org

Carrie Stachowicz, LSW
Assessor
215.946.4029 x1045
cstachowicz@livengrin.org

Oxford Valley Services

DUI Services:

Court Reporting Network (CRN)
The CRN evaluation is required for all DUI offenders in the State of Pennsylvania. The CRN evaluation is a pre-screening tool used to determine if you will be referred for a more comprehensive drug and alcohol assessment. It is also used as a statistical tool for Pennsylvania. Evaluators are certified through the PA DUI Association under the auspices of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.

Drug and Alcohol Assessment
A Drug and Alcohol Assessment is required for DUI offenders if the CRN recommends it or it is court ordered. The assessment is a diagnostic tool that is used to determine the appropriate treatment that is required by law.

Alcohol Highway Safety School (AHSS)
AHSS is a 12.5 hour course that is required by law that focuses on how alcohol and controlled substances metabolize and effect decision making, including driving skills. Instructors are certified through the PA DUI Association under the auspices of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.

Outpatient Education/Treatment
These educational sessions are designed to help the DUI offender gain insight into their behavior while improving decision making.

 

Outpatient Services:

Intensive Outpatient
IOP allows the individual to maintain necessary activities, such as employment while attending treatment. IOP is highly structured with psycho-educational lectures, group psychotherapy, and skills building sessions.

General Outpatient
GOP combines group therapy and individual therapy sessions to help individuals maintain recovery.

Moral Reconation Therapy
MRT is an evidenced-based cognitive behavioral treatment approach for those involved with the criminal justice system.

Family Services
Family involvement is encouraged throughout the treatment process, and family sessions are offered throughout the treatment process.

Psychiatric Services
Individuals with co-occurring disorders can be referred for a psychiatric consult as long as they are actively engaged in treatment services.

Drug and Alcohol Assessments
The level of care assessments are conducted to determine the treatment program best appropriate for the individual. Day & evening hours are available.

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800.245.4746

Livengrin Building Recovery Together
4833 Hulmeville Rd., Bensalem, PA 19020 . 215.638.5200 . 800.245.4746 . livengrin.org

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