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A message from the Executive Director - I want to state clearly and unequivocally that Black lives matter, and that this statement underlines critically important work that The Council will undertake in the coming weeks and months and thereafter.Read The Full Story >
The Council offers a wide variety of training programs, please visit our Professional Training page for current offerings.Read The Full Story >
Click here to pay for Intervention Services (Click the picture or read full story to get to payment page).Read The Full Story >
This program is designed for youth and young adults (12—25 y.o.) whom have been identified with substance use and in some cases, mental health concerns. The core concept of this program is to create a safe space where these challenges are addressed, with an emphasis on family engagement.Read The Full Story >
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.Read The Full Story >
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 800-221-6333Read The Full Story >
Donate to The Council while you shop at no cost to you! Learn about our Amazon Smile and Scrip programs here.Read The Full Story >
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.Read The Full Story >
The “Tree of Hope” is also a unique opportunity to acknowledge individuals who have made a positive impact in your life or the life of others as they struggle against this often misunderstood disease. Please join us in honoring family members who have successfully achieved recovery, and commemorating survivors, mentors, and/or loved ones who have been lost to addiction.
We know that the holiday season can often be a difficult time for those impacted by substance use disorder and their families, and those grieving loved ones lost to this disease. This year, we know that the pandemic we face has brought increased isolation and stress, and we have worked tirelessly to respond to community need creatively and compassionately. We’ve applied that same creativity to planning this year’s version of this beloved community tradition.
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