Tackling Substance Use Disorder in the Workplace
We are a grant funded program that provides tools, resources and expertise to employers interested in making their businesses drug free at no cost.
Create a Policy
Our online policy builder is FREE and has been designed to be quick and easy to use.
Our policy builder’s question-answer format allows you to select the options that best match your company’s needs. The builder then compiles your answers and upon completion you will have a policy that you can access and download.
Schedule a Training
Drug Free Workplace PA offers FREE trainings, workshops and webinars to help Pennsylvania businesses implement drug free workplace programs and educate employers and employees on the dangers of drug abuse in the workplace.
Employees abusing drugs in the workplace cost employers about $15,000 annually per employee*
Help Us Stop Substance Use Disorder
Drug Free Workplace PA is a non-profit organization established to help Pennsylvania businesses create and implement drug free workplace programs and educate ALL Pennsylvanians on the dangers of drug abuse at no cost.
Provides a 12-Step Recovery Book
Your $10.00 donation today will afford an individual entering treatment a 12-step alcoholics anonymous big book or a narcotics anonymous recovery book!
Sponsors Drug & Alcohol Education
Your $50.00 donation today will sponsor an onsite Drug & Alcohol Education course at one business.
Provides Narcan to Save a Life
Your $150.00 donation today will provide Narcan to an individual who has overdosed, giving them a chance to get into recovery.
Provides Complete Services to 1 Business
Your $600.00 donation today will provide a COMPLETE package of our services to develop a complete Drug Free Workplace Policy.
Your support helps us continue to save lives!
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