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Substance Abuse

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Access to Social Services (COMPASS)
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Allows users to learn more about, screen for, apply for, and renew various Social Services offered by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

DrugFree Workplace Pennsylvania
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Provides businesses with cost-effective drug-free workplace programs such as drug testing, training and policies and delivers innovative anti-drug media campaigns to raise awareness, change behaviors, and inspire action to prevent substance abuse.

Help in PA
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The Pennsylvania Health & Human Services Web portal that provides an online guide to services, programs, agencies, help lines and organizations for children, families, adults and seniors.

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Promotes awareness and seeks to eliminate the stigma of drug and alcohol abuse through education, prevention, and treatment.

Pennsylvania Al-Anon and Alateen
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Offers help for younger members seeking guidance while walking through life with an alcoholic parent, other close relative or friend. Teens meet to share their experience, strength and hope, gaining a better understanding of the disease of alcoholism and themselves. The support found in Alateen helps with personal development and the troubled thinking that is often associated with growing up in an alcoholic home.

Pennsylvania Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs
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Works to develop and implement programs designed to reduce substance abuse and dependency through quality prevention, intervention, rehabilitation and treatment programs.

Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
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Provides services for low-income Pennsylvanians, services for Pennsylvanians with disabilities, health care information, and general information.

PRO-ACT, Pennsylvania Recovery Organization - Achieving Community Together
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A grassroots advocacy initiative founded to promote the rights of, and ensure opportunities for, those still suffering from the disease of addiction, members of the recovery community, and their family members who wish to advocate in southeastern Pennsylvania.


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