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  • National Recovery Night at the Baseball Game

    National Recovery Night at the Baseball Game

    There is still time! Tickets will be available until Friday at 3:00pm. September 3, 2016 7:05pm Watch the Phillies vs Atlanta Braves with 500 other fans in a section designated alcohol-free! A highlight of this year’s Recovery game will be having the game’s first pitch thrown out by Donna Jacobson. Ms. Jacobson is the captain of the Caron 12-Steppers team, which raised the most money for last year’s Recovery Walks at Philadelphia’s Penn’s Landing, which has regularly been the largest Recovery Month event in the country.

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  • "Generation Found"

    From the creators of "Anonymous People" comes "Generation Found." Three viewings will be held in our region. Find the one nearest you!

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  • David's New Day 3rd Annual 5k Run/ 1 Mile Fun Walk at Warminster Community Park Saturday, 10/8/2016  Race starts at 9AM and Registration at 7:45AM

    David's New Day 3rd Annual 5k Run/ 1 Mile Fun Walk at Warminster Community Park Saturday, 10/8/2016 Race starts at 9AM and Registration at 7:45AM

    David's New Day is a tax exempt approved 501 (c) (3) non profit organization dedicated to spreading awareness and hope in the face of addiction. Formed in early 2014 by David's family and friends, our goal is to not have others face the despair we have. We can help provide you with resources in the local community that can guide you or your loved one to the path of recovery. And ultimately, through fund raising events and your kind donations, to subsidize the cost of addiction treatment and services for those who need it but can't afford it. We have recently established the David's New Day Grant through Pro-Act to assist individuals with removing barriers to access and sustain long-term recovery. The grant assists individuals with things such as covering copays for treatment and medication, rent to gain access into recovery residences, public transportation costs so individuals can get to meetings, etc. We are making a difference!

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  • Council Programs Will Continue On Schedule

    This past weekend we experienced the devastating loss of one of our buildings due to fire. Unit 33 in Doylestown, which was the home to our Criminal Justice, SBIRT, SAP and Prevention programs. We are very thankful no one was hurt and are working together to continue to provide services. Phones and services have been rerouted to our main office at Unit 12 in Bailiwick. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

  • Bill McDonald Shares His Thriving Story

    Bill McDonald Shares His Thriving Story

    Bill McDonald was honored with Thriving in Recovery Award at our 40th Anniversary Gala on May 5, 2016. This video is Bill's story of Thriving in his own words. His legacy continues to serve as a beacon of hope to thosein our community. As a person in continuous, long-term recovery for 28 years, Bill supported members of our local community for over 25 years while living a balanced life committed to his faith, family, and community.

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  • Thriving in Recovery

    Thriving in Recovery

    The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania, Inc. is grateful for 40 years of providing the families and communities in this region with evidence–based programming in prevention, intervention and addiction recovery services that have annually impacted over 15,000 individuals. Our cutting-edge, integrated programs have received national recognition for the great strides they have made. As we implement our strategic plan for expansion of services throughout Bucks, Montgomery, Chester, Delaware, and Philadelphia Counties, we want to recognize and celebrate those thriving in recovery today.

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  • Heroin Use Consequences Highlighted at Super Bowl

    Heroin Use Consequences Highlighted at Super Bowl

    Our sister organization in St. Louis, premiered their second anti-heroin PSA during Super Bowl 50. We are sharing this video to bring awareness of the realities and catastrophic consequences of opioid and heroin use in our community. You can view the PSA by clicking the link below

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  • Save the Date!

    Save the Date! "Thriving in Recovery" Gala

    May 5, 2016 at 5:00pm At Normandy Farm in Bluebell, PA

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  • 25,000 Celebrate Recovery

    25,000 Celebrate Recovery

    The Council would like to thank the record breaking 25,000 people who walked in support of recovery. Individuals, families, elected officials, organizations, businesses and schools came to Penn's Landing for the 14th Annual Recovery Walks! 2015. You demonstrated that the Recovery Community is a constituency of consequence, that is willing to stand up to end stigma and be a voice for the 20 million still needing to access services to sustain long-term recovery.

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  • Certificate in Supporting Youth Recovery Program!

    Certificate in Supporting Youth Recovery Program!

    This new and exciting program goes beyond the current requirements for the CRS credential by providing students with enhanced and specialized training to work with youth, young adults and their families.

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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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Taking the first step isn't easy when you're concerned about your own, or someone else's use of drugs and alcohol.  The Council is here to help. 

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