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  • National Prevention Week

    National Prevention Week

    National Prevention Week (NPW) is a public education platform that promotes prevention year-round through providing ideas, capacity building, tools, and resources to help individuals and communities make substance use prevention happen every day. NPW culminates in May recognizing the important work that has been done in communities throughout the year to inspire action and prevent substance use and mental disorders. SAMHSA’s next NPW is May 10 through 16, 2020. Each year around this observance, communities and organizations across the country come together to raise awareness about the importance of substance use prevention and positive mental health.

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  • Intervention Services

    Intervention Services

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  • Facilitators Needed for Training Program

    Facilitators Needed for Training Program

    We are looking for facilitators to join our training team and are now accepting applications!

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  • Supporting Youth Recovery Enhanced Certified Recovery Specialist Certificate Program

    Supporting Youth Recovery Enhanced Certified Recovery Specialist Certificate Program

    The Supporting Youth Recovery Enhanced CRS program prepares peer paraprofessionals to obtain the Certified Recovery Specialist (CRS) credential and to provide peer-based addiction recovery support services to children, adolescents, transition-age youth, young adults and their families.

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  • Family Education Program

    Family Education Program

    The Family Education Program can be attended in various locations throughout the Southeast region. Go to the link below to learn more about how the no cost Family Education Program can help. Registration can be done online or by calling 800-221-6333

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  • Raise Money for The Council While you Shop!

    Raise Money for The Council While you Shop!

    Donate to The Council while you shop at no cost to you! Learn about our Amazon Smile and Scrip programs here.

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  • Warm handoff programs

    People rushed to an emergency room after surviving an opioid overdose won't be released from a hospital without an effort to get them into treatment if a new initiative works as planned in Bucks and Montgomery counties. The warm handoff programs being developed by county agencies and health care organizations will match hospitals with nearby treatment centers, which will provide certified recovery specialists to respond when overdose patients arrive in emergency departments.

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Our COVID-19 Response 


As we all face the incredible changes in our lives due to the COVID-19 emergency, The Council of Southeast PA has worked to continue to provide critically needed services for our community. We know that the need for those services do not go away during a pandemic, instead, the need is far greater.
Our Programs and Services continue, in new ways, with the same commitment to our mission and dedication to those we serve. Staff have worked quickly to develop ways to deliver our programs and services online and over the phone, we’ve moved to delivering important training via webinars, we continue supporting the school communities where we provide Student Assistance Programs, we are providing telephonic recovery support to those recovering from overdose through the BCARES and ROSE programs, and serving individuals through the Police Assisted Diversion Program.

Our PRO-ACT Recovery Community Centers have developed online groups that build on the community that is the foundation of helping individuals achieve long-term recovery, and these Recovery Supports are especially important as people encounter the intense stress and deep challenges this emergency presents.

We have expanded hours on the Referral/Information Line, which is now staffed live from 9:00 am – 9:00 pm M-F (800) 221-6333
Please reach out, and learn more about how we can support your recovery or help those who may be struggling even as we all practice strong social distance.

Certified Recovery Specialists are available in Bucks, Montgomery, Chester and Philadelphia Counties to support people individually by telephone or video. You can call the Referral/Information Line to get connected to someone in your county.

Telehealth Services for assessment and treatment are provided via video technology such as with a laptop or smart phone. When video technology is not accessible services, we are able to provide services by phone. 



Click here for current drug information. 

For information, locations and registration for Family Education and Support Program, click here.

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