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Harmony House Recovery House

12 Ring Lane , Levittown, Pennsylvania, 19055
Harmony House is a recovery house that provides men with a supportive, clean and sober living environment. Through taking responsibility and learning to live in harmony with self and others, a lasting recovery is possible. Harmony House is primarily a setting for high functioning individuals age 25 and over. We view addiction as a chronic illness requiring long-term support and management. We assist men in learning to manage their disease and in building a foundation for lasting recovery. We believe in utilizing state of the art approaches in addressing addictions, including a supportive, success based approach and a weekly relapse prevention group. The use of Suboxone and anti-craving medications are supported where appropriate, with secure storage and monitoring of medication compliance. Most psychiatric medications are accepted. In our experience, relapse is often associated with untreated co-occurring mental illness, such as depression or anxiety. Trauma, grief, and medical issues are also common issues contributing to relapse. Due to the seriousness and complexity addictions, participation in outpatient treatment is required. At Harmony House, we work in cooperation with treatment and medical professionals to help residents prevent relapse and develop a lifestyle that supports physical, emotional, social and spiritual health. We do not provide treatment services.

Facility Highlights

  • Weekly relapse prevention group
  • Men age 25 and over
  • Clean, spacious, well maintained house


  • Client & Family Support Groups

    Group therapy is a vital component of addiction recovery treatment, considered as important and effective (sometimes even more so) than individual therapy. Benefits include reducing isolation and loneliness and providing the opportunity to learn from others in recovery. In the addiction setting, group therapy is run by trained professionals who guide participants toward a shared goal of recovery.
  • 12-Step

    The term “12 Step Program” describes a way to recover from addiction that is based on the model developed by Alcoholics Anonymous. Many drug and alcohol treatment centers base their treatment on 12 steps – the first three of which are situational, the next four addressing the practical issues created by the addiction, followed by two steps focused on making amends for hurting others. Steps 10 and 11 involve a deeper examination of the previous steps and the final step is focused on helping others avoid and recover from addiction.

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Patient Reviews

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My loved one has been there a month and getting high the whole time, they just did and it’s ok to as long as your rent is paid, they won’t test you.
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When I arrived my room was filthy, the sheets hadn't been cleaned, the entire house was filthy, dilapidated, and ridden with bed bugs. The upstairs toilet leaks dirty toilet water into the downstairs bathroom, all over the sink and toilet. The backyard is filled with old broken furniture thrown about and trash piled on the one side of the house. The owner lives in Mexico and makes no mention of this fact in the interview process. I'm very upset with how I was welcomed and the living conditions. There was not one mention of the bed bugs until all of my belongings were already inside, very upsetting!
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Harmony house has been the best choice I have made as a housing solution so I can further my sobriety. The house is in a great neighborhood where there are no drugs that I have seen making the environment choice of being sober a good one. The house itself is in great shape, actually the nicest house I have lived in and if there are any problems it is fixed as soon as it is mentioned. The house owner is involved more than any owner I have met and she genuinely cares and is there for your best interest and willing to go the whole way for you if you are willing to put the work in to be sober. The house counselor is the same where she is there for you if you have any problems or issues and will help you work through them. The house manager is also very fair and helps to provide a stable, safe environment inside the house. The house is there to be connected through a sober community and it is made sure that it is and I feel is a great place to start. It is in walking distance to meetings and has stores all around to try to find employment. Most important is the community inside the house willing to help each other where I have found it a safe place to talk to people about anything I was going through and they were there to help me. All in all I would recommend harmony house for anyone serious about getting sober as I didn't picture myself living here but I am glad I made the choice to.
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My son lived in this home for 6 months and it was the most clean time he had. The owner, although not always on site, always stayed on top of the clients. Communicating and keeping control over the home. The home was clean and neat every time I went to visit. The other residents were always concerned about each other and kept each other accountable. One of the few homes, not in Philly, where suboxone is permitted. Many of our addict children need medication and this house understood that. My son gained responsibility and respect at the home through caring intervention. I highly recommend it for men that are serious about recovery.
    You\'ll find absouletly NO HARMONY in this place. Dilapidated, filthy, bug infested house. Owner does NOTHING to upkeep this house. She lives in Mexico and interviews potential recovering addicts on the phone. She has no control over her recovery house and no one to oversee what is going on in the house resulting in tremendous turnover. DON\'T EVER even consider this house for recovery!!!!!!!!!
    Official Facility Response:

    I'm very sorry that your stay at Harmony House did not work out. The house is well maintained and of course there are no bedbugs. If in doubt, please contact me the owner to see for yourself. Sometimes residents are upset about their personal circumstances and feel the need to lash out. This is unfortunate but understandable.