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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.
Contact Gini Cormier at: (717) 652-0590
Addiction Center’s goal is to provide the most up-to-date information on addiction as well as reviews of top treatment centers across the country.
Addiction Center: 1-800-586-9670
424 E Central Blvd. | #636 | Orlando, FL 32801
Addicts Fighting Addiction
We are a family and support system for those who might not have it or are needing a little extra. Addiction carries with it an ugly stigma and we hope to help end that. We cater to everyone. We support people from all walks of life, in active addiction, or recovery and the family members of addicts.
Phone- (215) 817-2283
Familylinks’ Mission: Familylinks provides integrated, family-centered services focused on behavioral, social and developmental health needs.
401 N Highland Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
JFT Recovery and Veteran Support Services
JFT Recovery and Veterans Support Services is a 501(c) 3 non- profit community organization devoted to offering safe, structured, and compassionate housing to those seeking recovery. We also provide addiction education and advocacy for the recovery community in Central PA, and facilitate access to other support groups and community oragnizations through our recovery center in Lemoyne, PA.
Lancaster County Recovery Alliance
Mission: To foster a recovery lifestyle within the community at large for those affected by addiction through awareness, advocacy, and access.
Who we are: The Lancaster County Recovery Alliance is a group of community members whose purpose is to explore and develop solutions to issues caused by addiction. Members include people in recovery, friends and family members, treatment service providers, criminal justice professionals, church and faith based organizations, the business community, and all other allies. All are welcome!
My New Leaf, Inc
My New Leaf Inc. is a 501c3 nonprofit corporation in Pennsylvania made up of angry recent graduates and students who have lost friends to addiction and desperately want to save lives through the use of mobile technology. We hail from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Carnegie Mellon, Penn State University, SUNY, Christopher Newport University and Savannah College of Art and Design, and we represent completed degrees or majors in Information Sciences, Information Assurance, Theoretical Mathematics, Gaming, Sound Engineering, Communications Media, Graphic Arts, Animation, Journalism and Business Management. We believe our work represents a revolution in recovery technology!
We have racked up some honors with our app design that incorporates best practices and evidence-based research to encourage substance abuse recovery. Those honors include: First place and audience choice award at the 2014 “Sharktank” contest at IUP University where we were awarded office space and start up cash at the Indiana County Small Business Incubator facility; an invitation to the IndieTech Summit in Brighton, UK ; the $10,000 first place prize at the 2015 Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) Business Plan Contest; a fellowship to the 2015 Theil Foundation Technology Summit in San Francisco; the first place Audience Choice Award at the 2015 University of Pittsburgh’ s PITTchFest Contest; and grants from the Staunton Farm Foundation, the Donald Mateer Foundation and the Pittsburgh Foundation.
Awards aside, we will not be happy until our plans longitudinal efficacy research confirms that our app is making a difference in the lives of substance abusers. To that end we have a letter of intent to do back-end efficacy research from Indiana University’s Administration and Leaderships Studies Research and Training Center. Our app and its sister product V.A.L. (Virtual Assistant Liaison) for recovery coaches, therapists and clinicians will be in beta July, 2016.
If you are interested in learning more about our software, or partnering with us, we can be contacted at the address to the right or via email at email@example.com. We are currently actively soliciting private-label and advertising partners.
My New Leaf, Inc.
524 Front Salt Street
Saltsburg, PA 15681
Nar-Anon Harrisburg Family Group
The Nar-Anon Family Groups is primarily for those who know or have known a feeling of desperation concerning the addiction problem of someone very near to you. We have traveled that unhappy road too, and found the answer with serenity and peace of mind. When you come into the family group, you are no longer alone, but among true friends who understand your problem as few others could. We respect your confidence and anonymity as we know you will respect ours. We hope to give you the assurance that no situation is too difficult and no unhappiness is too great to be overcome.
Please contact Angel K. at 717 307-5413 she is part of the Nar Anon Harrisburg Area Family Group. AngelK0501@aol.com.
National Alliance on Mental Illness
NAMI is the largest non-profit grassroots, self-help mental health organization in the nation. Founded in 1979,NAMI is represented in all 50 states and has over 1100 local affiliates. Working on the national, state and local levels, NAMI provides education and support; combats stigma; promotes research into the causes and cures for mental illness; and advocates for adequate health insurance, housing, jobs, and services for people with mental illnesses.
To improve the quality of life of all those whose lives are affected by mental illness, recognizing that the key concepts of recovery, resiliency and support are essential in achieving success.
An Organization of caring people with knowledge of, and experience with, the challenge of coping with severe brain disorders.
Dedicated to creating a world in which persons with severe brain disorders are treated equally with other persons.
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.
National Drug-Free Workplace Alliance
A Division of Drug Free America Foundation, Inc.
5999 Central Ave, Ste 301
St. Petersburg, FL 33710
NDWA: 727-471-0009 ext. 109
DFAF: 727-828-0211 ext. 109
DFAF Fax: 727-828-0212
Not One More
Not Once More is a grassroots effort to provide awareness and support to those affected by drug abuse and addiction. Our primary mission is to educate families and the community about the hazards of heroin and other drug abuse, and to help those struggling with addiction to find recovery.
On The Wagon – National Organization of Students Against Substance Abuse
Please visit this website as a resource for commonly misused substances.
Operation Veteran’s Hope
The mission of O.V.H is to provide ongoing counseling, support and intervention services to Veterans and their families, who struggle with substance abuse.
Operation Veterans’ Hope is a non-profit focused on providing a range of services for Veterans and their families who struggle with substance abuse, and the tertiary issues; building a support network and being an advocate for Veterans in Central and Eastern Pennsylvania.
The overreaching goal of O.V.H. is to make Central and Eastern Pennsylvania an asset-based, where Veterans and their families have support services to reduce and prevent the substance abuse that is so prevalent with Veterans today. Additionally, it’s goal is to be a support, referral and collaborative partner with area organizations for the betterment of Veterans and the entire community.
I started this organization because I feel that Veterans are not truly getting all of the help they could be getting. Also as a Veteran, I see how hard it can be to get the help that you need and also sometimes that the help that is needed is not provided. I am asking for the help of everyone to lend a hand and contribute to helping my fellow veterans.
The U.S. is in the midst of an epidemic of opiate addiction and overdose. Overdose deaths from prescription painkillers have quadrupled since 1999. Deaths from heroin have tripled in the last five years. Pennsylvania has a higher overdose rate than most states. In Pennsylvania and around the country, opiate addiction affects men and women of all ages, races, and geographic locations. Anyone can become addicted. Anyone. PA Stop is designed to educate Pennsylvanians about the risks of prescription painkiller and heroin use, the relationship between painkiller and heroin use, and what to do when you need help. We are working to prevent non-medical use of prescription painkillers and, in so doing, to break the connection between heroin and prescription painkillers. Together, we can stop opiate addiction before it starts.
PCAR – Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape
Founded in 1975, PCAR works to end sexual violence and advocates for the rights and needs of sexual assault victims. PCAR partners with a network of rape crisis programs to bring help, hope and healing around issues of sexual violence to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
- Assures that communities have access to quality victim services and prevention education by providing funding, training, materials and assistance to a network of rape crisis centers that serve all of Pennsylvania’s 67 counties.
- Provides resources and training on sexual assault-related issues to professionals across the Commonwealth.
- Promotes public policies that provide protections and services to victims of sexual violence, hold offenders accountable, enhances community safety, and works with media to increase public awareness, access to accurate information and ethical reporting practices.
- Operates the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC), which identifies, develops and disseminates resources regarding all aspects of sexual violence prevention and intervention.
- Operated AEquitas: The Prosecutor’s Resource on Violence Against Women from 2009 until the organization became an independent 501(c)(3) on October 1, 2015. PCAR founded AEquitas and was responsible for financial management while AEquitas project staff implemented training, case consultation, technical assistance and the development of practical resources for prosecutors and justice professionals around the world. PCAR and AEquitas will continue to work closely together as collaborative partners to help identify emerging issues and strategies that could affect investigations and prosecutions of sexual violence and related cases.
Rape Crisis Line: 1-888-772-7227
Peaceful Mind Meditation, LLC
Peaceful Mind Meditation LLC’s mission is to be an inspiring, and professional source of meditation and mindfulness education, using techniques that can help anyone cultivate a practice that fits their personal lifestyle.
Peaceful Mind Meditation LLC is committed to cultivating kindness and compassion in all interactions. Peaceful Mind Meditation LLC welcomes and honors all lineages and wisdom traditions.
Deneen Guldner is a certified Meditation Teacher with McLean Meditation Institute. Deneen inspires and empowers her students to live with more awareness and to just be in the moment. She teaches her students to live a meaningful life and to cultivate an attitude of gratitude through workshops, classes, mentoring, and meditation gatherings.
Contact: Daneen Guldner for the hollistic approach!
Pennsylvania Family Support Alliance
Pennsylvania Family Support Alliance (PFSA) is a statewide child abuse prevention organization, providing training for mandated reporters of child abuse, resources for parents and programs that help parents, and education for communities on child abuse prevention (the Front Porch Project). PFSA produces a parenting curriculum for parents in recovery from addiction, “Recovering Families,” which can be used in group or individual settings. They also work with legislators and state departments on issues related to child abuse prevention and mandated reporting.
“Please Live is an education and awareness nonprofit dedicated to teaching youth about depression, anxiety, and suicide prevention. Students learn what a mental illness is, how to identify signs and symptoms in themselves or in their friends, and how to get help.“
PRO-A is the only statewide non-profit, 501(c)(3) grassroots advocacy organization dedicated to supporting individuals in recovery and educating the public on addiction and recovery. PRO-A provides no direct client services, which uniquely qualifies PRO-A to carry out our mission, free from real or perceived role conflicts. The mission of PRO-A is to mobilize, educate and advocate in order to eliminate the stigma and discrimination toward those affected by alcoholism and other drug addiction to ensure hope, health and justice for individuals, families and those in recovery.
Stephanie Hastings – Recovery Services Community Coordinator – Manages the Recovery Community Service Provider State Network Federal Grant, Builds and Strengthens Recovery Community Organizations across the state and strengthens state network for recovery services, responsible for and is contact person for the Our Lives Matter Memorial Quilt Project, Provides Outreach, provides trainings and technical assistance to recovery organizations in the communities, provides resource information pertaining to recovery services, manages press releases, manages social media, develops and maintains partnerships.
Marianna Horowitz – Program Coordinator – Manages and schedules training, is contact for membership, manages the website and any issues with the website, having events posted to the website, responsible for editing and having Quarterly Report/Newsletter published, provides outreach, works tables at recovery/addiction events.
William Stauffer – Executive Director – Manages the political aspects, upper management, business development, Outreach, Workforce Development, and advocacy.
The RASE Project is a 501 (c) 3, non-profit, charitable organization. RASE is a Recovery Community Organization, which means that it is comprised entirely of staff and volunteers from the Recovery Community and it exists to serve the Recovery Community. Recovery Community is defined as: any person in, or seeking recovery, their families, close friends and other loved ones. The RASE Project serves Central Pennsylvania by providing advocacy services for individuals in or seeking recovery from the disease of addiction; safe and secure therapeutic recovery housing for women in early recovery; peer to peer recovery services like Buprenorphine Care Coordination, Recovery Specialist services, Life Skills classes, Recovery 101 groups.
Reach Out Foundation Services
At Reach Out Foundation our mission is to provide a safe and accepting environment for anyone with a mental illness and/or addiction disorder. Reach Out fully embraces the principles of self-help and provides opportunities that empower individuals in recovery by offering support in group settings. Our caring and professional staff help consumers navigate the system of community support and connect them to resources that help them live better lives.
152 Monroe Avenue
Penndel, PA 19047
Reach Out Recovery
Reach Out Recovery is a non-profit organization whose mission is addiction education, prevention for children and teens, and recovery help and support for the 120 million people impacted by addiction.
Reach Out Recovery provides daily addiction and recovery news from 41 news sources. Contributors of exclusive content includes addiction professionals, recovery and healthy lifestyle coaches, authors, people in recovery and family members who have experienced addiction and the recovery journey.
Reach Out Recovery offers addiction and substance information about heroin, meth, opiates, marijuana legalization, fentanyl, nicotine, alcohol, sugar, vaping, chemical dependency, food disorders, and more.
Resources for help and articles about relationships 12 step programs and other programs that promote and give daily support for recovery. We are constantly reporting on relevant issues related to sex addiction, food disorders, gambling addiction, and digital device addiction. Recovery includes what are the stages of grief, what is rehab, how to help an alcoholic, how to avoid relapse, warning signs and symptoms. These questions only scratch the surface of the subjects crucial to understanding what is drug addiction, how it affects everyone, and how to cope.
Reiki by Rickie
PEACE ~ It doesn’t mean to be in a place where there is no noise, trouble or hard work. It means to be in the midst of those things, and still be CALM in your HEART ~
Mission Statement – Reiki by Rickie ~ ReikiSpace & Learning Place provides Heart Centered Professional Energy based Healing Services, Workshops, Classes and Events
Our Specialty is the Gentle Touch and Deep Healing of Reiki. Reiki is a very Gentle and Deeply Relaxing Healing session for Stress Management, Balance and Inner Peace. It will help Support Positive changes as you are ready. It is done fully clothed and feels very safe and comfortable.
Reiki by Rickie ~ ReikiSpace & Learning Place
2793 Old Post Rd., STE 10
Harrisburg PA 17110
Sara’s House of Hope
Sara’s House of Hope was formed after the death of our 25 year old daughter from a Fentynl laced heroin over dose. Our mission is to save the lives of persons suffering an addiction(s) in her memory. Once our 501C3 is finished we will be getting donations and hopefully grant money to be able to help people to get into long term rehabs through scholarship money. Our ultimate goal is to open transitions homes, which will be different then the normal halfway houses. This is where a person can come out of a long term rehab (at least 6 months) and live in this home and have help finding a decent job and or education and live in a family atmosphere for up to 18 months and hopefully will have establish good life skills to make it in a drug free life. If my daughter would have had something like this she might still be alive today.
Souldust believes in curiosity – in turning over rocks to see what’s beneath. We believe in approaching life as equal parts seeker and listener, asking bold questions and tuning into the answers.
We believe in fearless creativity. There is power in trying new things and bravery in not worrying if the results are perfect. We have faith in the creative, spiritual power of fresh, bright air and towering trees that have kept watch over our ancestors.
We believe in connections forged around kitchen tables and campfires. We believe that heart-filling art, authentic kind connections, and a little tree-hugging can get you back to the true-est you.
Who were you before the spreadsheets and long job title? Who were you before the compromises that polished down your magnificent, sparkling, rough edges? We can help you find her.
We believe in community and a willingness to truly engage. We believe in connection – the kind that emerges from shared paint brushes, campfire smoke, & paddling canoes through a mid-afternoon downpour together. That comes from seeing & being seen.
We believe that the soul of the world lives in all of us and that we each have access to unlimited energy. We believe that magic happens when we combine the great outdoors and joyful humans.
Susquehanna Recovery Initiative
To be an instrument of restoration to individuals who are striving to recover from addictive illness while providing a safe, secure, drug-free home and environment for them to achieve their recovery goals.
The Nikki Perlow Foundation
The Nikki Perlow Foundation was established to celebrate the life of a beautiful young woman, Nikki Perlow, the 21 year old daughter of Cliff and Amy and sister to Josh. Nikki grew up in a loving family, loved animals-especially horses, had a passion for all things fashion related and enjoyed sailing, lacrosse, basketball and softball. She started experimenting with drugs as a teen and it soon turned into a battle to save her life. With support from her family, Nikki struggled to maintain sobriety-entering 4 thirty-day programs and a 12-month program. She was sober for 15 months and her family thought she had won the battle with this insidious disease.
On July 9, 2007, one month shy of her 22nd birthday, Nikki died of an accidental overdose.Her parents, brother, family and friends have joined forces to honor her memory by forming this foundation that aids young adults and their families struggling with the disease of addiction. The foundation offers financial, logistical and emotional support to those young adults, like Nikki.Our mission is to help young adults conquer the disease of drug and alcohol addiction and succeed in long-term recovery. We do this by providing financial, emotional and logistical support throughout their journey. We also provide education tied to awareness and prevention of substance abuse while striving to eliminate the stigma associated with the disease of addiction
Nikki Perlow Foundation
801 Key Highway Unit 232
Baltimore, MD 21230
The PA Heroin Overdose Prevention Technical Assistance Center
The PA Heroin Overdose Prevention Technical Assistance Center (TAC) is located at the University of Pittsburgh, School of Pharmacy, Program Evaluation and Research Unit (PERU). Formed in partnership with the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency (PCCD), the TAC is designed to support communities across the Commonwealth as they mobilize to fight the increasing issue of opioid overdose deaths.
A valuable resource the TAC provides is the nationally recognized OverdoseFreePA.pitt.edu website, which contains a wealth of information regarding overdose prevention strategies, interventions, data, and resources targeted to various audiences. A key feature of the website is a repository of overdose death information which allows insight into the specific causes of deaths and the populations affected by overdose. TAC staff work with coroners or medical examiners to screen toxicology data and identify what substances contributed to an overdose death. Understanding the specific profile of overdose deaths in a particular community is critical to the development of an effective response strategy.
The Peggie & Paul Shevlin Family Foundation
The Peggie & Paul Shevlin Family Foundation is a non-profit foundation created by Delaware County residents, Peggie & Paul Shevlin. After being faced with addiction in their own family, Peggie and Paul and grateful that they now have loved ones in long-term recovery. Knowing firsthand the devastation that addiction can cause families, Peggie and Paul wanted to help other loved ones in similar situations and show them that people can and do Recover from addiction. In doing this, Peggie and Paul are committed to providing an outlet that allows Loved ones and the general public to learn more about Recovery in order to break the negative stigma and allow the Recovering community to participate in Sobery Fun!
In January of 2016, the Peggie & Paul Shevlin Family Foundation was established. Our non-profit Foundation has quickly evolved into a community resource center that Celebrates Recovery and Promotes Hope to all those affected by addiction. Through professional staff, sober support, and volunteers the Foundation is committed to providing our community with resources that can assist others faced with addiction and show them that Recovery is possible.
PJ Shevlin- Director of Development (215) 880-9970
Brian Corson- Executive Director (484) 343-1323
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