PLEASE NOTE: DFWPAs last day of operation is September 30, 2022.

DFWPA recognize the efforts of organizations that are partners in the mission to support workplaces and communities in Pennsylvania by providing substance use disorder education and empowering those impacted by the disease of addiction. Thank you to the following organizations that share our commitment and offer unique resources that are valuable to workplaces and communities in Pennsylvania.  


Access EAP

ACCESS Employee Assistance Program services are designed to address work organization productivity issues and assist employees in identifying and resolving personal problems or issues affecting their job performance. In addition, through our EAP services, we are uniquely poised to positively impact families and improve family relationships through the workplace.


Partnership to End Addiction

Partnership to End Addiction is a national nonprofit uniquely positioned to reach, engage and help families impacted by addiction. With decades of experience in research, direct service, communications and partnership-building, we provide families with personalized support and resources — while mobilizing policymakers, researchers and health care professionals to better address addiction systemically on a national scale.


Commonwealth Prevention Alliance

CPA is a member-driven, grassroots organization whose mission is to support prevention professionals in eliminating substance abuse. We are a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization.  Since 1976, CPA has kept the needs and concerns of the prevention professional and the field of substance abuse prevention as its key focus, and today it continues to be the foremost voice for prevention in Pennsylvania.


Labor & Industry PATHS

Pennsylvania Training for Health and Safety, or "PATHS", a no-fee, statewide service established by the Department of Labor & Industry, Bureau of Workers' Compensation's Health and Safety Division to provide employers and employees with easy access to cost-effective health and safety resources. 

PATHS is an important resource for employers and workers throughout the state. DFWPA partners with PATHS to present up to 8 training webinars per month.

Learn more and register for PATHS Trainings, including DFWPA offerings, here.


Life Unites Us

Life Unites Us is fighting to end the stigma surrounding opioid use disorder in Pennsylvania. A crucial step in reducing opioid addiction and overdose rates is to confront and correct harmful perceptions and societal stereotypes by sharing the real stories of those living with addiction across our state. Together, we know our voices have the power to inform, the power to uplift, and the power to save lives.


National Drug-Free Workplace Alliance

The National Drug-Free Workplace Alliance (NDWA) is a division of Drug Free America Foundation, Inc. (DFAF), an international drug prevention and policy organization dedicated to prevention of substance abuse around the world.  NDWA has a two-fold mission to directly assist small businesses in the state of Florida in establishing comprehensive drug free workplace programs and to support a national coalition of drug free workplace service providers.



The Pennsylvania Recovery Organizations Alliance (PRO•A) is the statewide non-profit, grassroots advocacy organization dedicated to supporting individuals in recovery and educating the public on addiction and recovery.  Its mission is to mobilize, educate and advocate to eliminate the stigma and discrimination toward those affected by alcohol and other substance use conditions; to ensure hope, health and justice for individuals, families and those in recovery.



Shatterproof is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to reversing the addiction crisis in the United States. We believe that together we have the capacity to reduce the devastating impact of addiction on families across America. Together we can help parents prevent their children from developing an addiction to alcohol and other drugs and ensure that those afflicted with this disease gain access to proven and effective treatments and long-term recovery programs.