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The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania, Inc., is able to operate and provide services thanks to the support of generous individual and business donors such as you. 

If you have specific questions about donating to The Council, please contact Jennifer King, The Council's Executive Director, at 267-817-4861. 

Click here to donate online

There are approximately 20 million Americans living in recovery today, holding jobs, paying taxes, and living with respect in their communities. You may not recognize them as being in recovery—but they are among your neighbors, co-workers, family members, and community leaders.

We have helped many of them to access and sustain long-term recovery from otherwise lost lives. Every time you donate to The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania, Inc., you help us to provide resources and opportunities to reduce the impact of addiction and to improve related health issues for the entire area of Southeastern Pennsylvania. Even a small amount furthers our programs in prevention, consultation, education, advocacy, assessment, intervention and recovery support services in your community. 

The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania, Inc.  - Making a donation to this category will allow us to use it in the area of services where there is the greatest need

PRO-ACT - This program provides advocacy and peer-to-peer recovery support services through our various centers, including: 

  • Chester County Certified Recovery Specialist Services
  • Montgomery County Recovery Community Center
  • Philadelphia Recovery Community Center 
  • Philadelphia Recovery Training Center 
  • Southern Bucks Recovery Community Center
  • Women’s Recovery Community Center  

Prevention, Training and Education - We provide education and increase awareness of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs to youth and adults. This includes providing the Student Assistance Program in Bucks County Schools 

Information and Recovery Support Line - Our free and confidential Alcohol & Other Drug Information and Recovery Support Line is available Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm EST 

  • Information and Referral available by calling 1 (800) 221-6333
  • Also available via online Chat Room

Family Education and Intervention

  • This program gives participants tools to help them address substance use disorder in the family and begin their own process of healing and recovery.

Advocacy and Public Policy - Within this program, volunteers meet with legislators, attend rallies and policy meetings, educate about legislation, and hold focus groups to identify issues to be addressed

Your investment in The Council brings results for individuals, families, communities, and for the entire region we all live in and share.
The Council is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization and your donations are tax-deductible.*

Ways You Can Help 
We welcome your donations by check, made out to “The Council” and mailed to our address below; or made online with a credit card.  All donations are acknowledged and all requests respected, including those for anonymity. There also are other ways of contributing to The Council and PRO-ACT services that you might wish to consider:

In Honor of a Loved One
Honorary gifts can be made as an expression of respect for a family member or other person who has had a positive impact on your life (someone who helped in your recovery, or a special coach or teacher, for example). These gifts are often made at special times of the year, such as birthdays, holidays, or anniversaries.

Upon the Passing of a Loved One
Often, in the shock of losing a loved one, it’s difficult to think how to memorialize them. Some people request their family members and friends to donate to The Council in that person’s name so that their loved one will have a lasting effect on the lives of others. This is particularly meaningful to the family if the person passed due to the disease of addiction or, alternatively, died in recovery of other causes.

Matching Gifts Program
Many companies and organizations have matching gifts programs as a benefit to their employees and retirees who wish to donate to a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization (which The Council is*). The employer pledges to match your contribution, sometimes in a dollar for dollar match and others are by a percentage of the employee’s donation. Speak to your Human Resources manager to find out if your employer has such a program in effect.

Bequests and Special Gifts
Bequests are gifts you can make through a Will or Living Trust to provide support for The Council’s services without affecting your current income. The Council welcomes such bequests as well as gifts of stocks, bonds, or other assets you may wish to donate now.

The Council presents a variety of events throughout the year that bring awareness and support to our mission. We rely on local business, community leaders and individual sponsorships to help with these events, such as the annual PRO-ACT Recovery Walks in Philadelphia. By supporting us in this way, you gain exposure for your business while supporting the health of community.

If you have specific questions about donating to The Council, please contact Jennifer King, The Council’s Executive Director, at 267-817-4861.  

Please click here to donate now. 

*The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization–contributions to which are tax deductible to the fullest extent permitted by law. The official registration and financial information of The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania, Inc., may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll free within Pennsylvania, 1-800-732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.

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