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    Programs that provide information about alcohol use disorders (including the symptoms, screening and diagnostic procedures and methods of treatment) and/or which offer any of a variety of services that focus on excessive alcohol use prevention for people of all ages who are at risk. Included may be printed materials or videos that address the subject; psycho-educational and skill building activities; structured groups which focus on family dynamics, problem solving, self-esteem and similar issues; and presentations in schools and agencies and to family groups regarding the dangers of excessive alcohol use, the signs of related disorders, the potential legal consequences of excessive alcohol use and how to get help.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Adolescent Drug Education ProgramCommunity outreach service providing educational programs to interested groups.LackawannaAdolescent Services-DATSDrug and Alcohol Treatment Service (DATS)
    Adult Inpatient Rehabilitation Treatment ProgramThe rehabilitation program helps participants recovering from alcohol or substance abuse commit themselves to a lifestyle of abstinence, emotional and physical health, and well-being. Rehabilitation counselors and clinical staff members are supervised by a psychiatrist certified in addiction medicine. The inpatient rehab program's primary method of treatment is group therapy. Accepts patients who are dually diagnosed with mental illness and substance abuse issues.19 Prospect St, Summit NJ (Adult Inpatient Rehabilitation Treatment Program)Summit Oaks Hospital
    CADEkids - Helping Children Make Smart Decisions - Classroom ProgramsProviding life-skills instruction and guidance to children who live with harsh realities including drug abuse and violence in their communities. Our classroom-based specialists help children develop and maintain skills for problem solving, decision-making, communication, refusing substance abuse, and resolving conflict without violence. During the current school year, CADEkids' Specialists are working at approximately 30 Philadelphia public schools (K-8). CADEkids' evidence-based services are delivered in whole classroom with the teacher present, and occasionally in small group settings (as requested by school personnel).PhiladelphiaCADEkids - Philadelphia; CitywideCADEkids
    Community Alliance for a Safer Tomorrow - Youth Substance Abuse and Violence Prevention ProgramsCurrent programs sponsored by Upper Merion Area CAST include: - Brief Strategic Family Therapy - A family counseling program that helps families unite to reach their goals. - DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) - Highly acclaimed program that gives 5th grade through 8th grade students the skills they need to avoid involvement in drugs, gangs, and violence through programs led by local police officers. - Guiding Good Choices - Provides parents with the tools they need to guide their children through their formative years. - Project ALERT - Nationally recognized substance abuse program that gives students insight, understanding and skills for resisting substance abuse of the drugs they are most like to use, such as tobacco, alcohol, marijuana, and inhalants. - Staying Connected With Your Teen - Improves communication and builds stronger bonds between parents and teens. - UMAAT (Upper Merion Area Assistance Team) - Provides a system of referral, intervention and after-care for middle and high school students who are experiencing barriers to academic and/or personal success, including those with interpersonal issues, drug and alcohol abuse, suicide, and mental health concerns.MontgomeryCommunity Alliance for a Safer Tomorrow - Montgomery; King of PrussiaCommunity Alliance for a Safer Tomorrow
    Crawford County Drug and Alcohol Executive Commission - Prevention UnitOffering a variety of topics, flexible scheduling, and adaptations to age, ability and other considerations for services including Classroom/Small Group Education, speaking engagements, information dissemination, alternative activities and student assistance program.CrawfordCrawford County Drug and Alcohol Executive CommissionCrawford County Drug and Alcohol Executive Commission
    Drug and Alcohol Parent HelplineDrug and Alcohol Parent Helpline is a nationwide bilingual support service offering assistance to parents and other primary caregivers who want to talk to someone about their child's drug use and drinking. Parent specialists are licensed social workers with years of experience helping individuals and their families prevent and overcome substance abuse problems.*Main Site (Parents Toll-Free Helpline)Parents Toll-Free Helpline
    Education and Prevention-Pathway to RecoveryThe Prevention Department provides educational services to schools and the community to increase awareness of issues involving Alcohol, Tobacco & Other Drugs. School-Based Programs Classroom education sessions beginning in Preschool through High School (Lessons include alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs, self-esteem, healthy decision making, peer pressure, refusal skills, etc). Primary and Secondary Intervention Groups (Anger Management, Children of Substance Abuse). S.A.D.D. (Students Against Destructive Decisions). S.A.P. (Student Assistance Program). Community Programs Various presentations and resources provided to groups and organizations throughout the community. LuzernePathway To RecoveryPathway To Recovery
    Gateway Rehab Center - Student ServicesProvides peacemaking/conflict resolution, drug and alcohol awareness, education support groups, smoking prevention.WashingtonGateway Genesis VISIONGateway Rehabilitation Center
    Genesis House Recovery Residence- Genesis House is a private family style recovery center. Our philosophy is based on the theory that addiction to alcohol and other substances is a three fold disease: spiritual, physical, and mental. We believe in the 12-step program of recovery. The Genesis House works closely with local and out of state courts, contact program for admission criteria. * Addiction treatment program is a 30 - 60 day substance abuse facility for adults 18 years of age or older. * Dual Diagnosis treatment * Medical Services: All new residents have a complete psychiatric evaluation within 72 hours of placement. * Recreational therapy: All residents participate in outside recreational activities weekly under the supervision of the staff. Some of the activities are bowling, AA dances, basketball, softball, private gym, swimming, yoga. * Discharge and aftercare plan will be developed for the resident; this plan may include individual and family out patient counseling sessions. 12 - step meeting attendance, sponsorship, academic goal setting, social redevelopment, continuing medication therapy.4865 40th Way S, Lake Worth FL (Genesis House Recovery Residence)Genesis House Recovery Residence
    Grands As Parent's (G.A.P.'s) - Very Important People ProgramThe VIP program offers these teens individual counseling, group counseling, mentorship conflict resolution/anger management, life skills, and sexual and drug abuse prevention. We also offer teens cultural activities through Art Sanctuary performances. We sponsor a modern dance troupe, in which teens choreograph their own dance steps. They also express themselves through Hip Hop, poetry, rap and drawing. There is leadership training, job readiness training, and workshops in health. Philadelphia*Main Site (Grands As Parent's)Grands As Parent's (G.A.P.'s)
    Hope ShareThis campaign will let young people and families of teens and young adults who are struggling with drug and alcohol addiction know that they can share their story or show support from someone else's story. Sharing addiction and recovery stories to break through the stigmas that people with drug and alcohol addictions face.DauphinPartnership for a Drug Free AmericaPartnership for a Drug Free America
    JEVS Human Services - Achievement through Counseling and Treatment - ACT IIntensive Outpatient Methadone Maintenance Program, a structured daily treatment program for opiate-dependent individuals with at least a one-year history of opiate abuse. Services include: -individual, group, and family counseling and education -physical, medication, and psychiatric evaluations -free and confidential HIV/AIDS testing, counseling, and education -hepatitis testing and inoculation -case management services -peer support servicesPhiladelphiaJEVS Human Services - Achievement through Counseling and Treatment IJEVS Human Services
    JEVS Human Services - Achievement through Counseling and Treatment - ACT IIIntensive Outpatient Methadone Maintenance Program, a structured daily treatment program for opiate-dependent individuals with at least a one-year history of opiate abuse. Services include: -individual, group, and family counseling and education -physical, medication, and psychiatric evaluations -free and confidential HIV/AIDS testing, counseling, and education -hepatitis testing and inoculation -case management services -peer support services.PhiladelphiaJEVS Human Services - Achievement through Counseling and Treatment IIJEVS Human Services
    Montgomery County Offices - Drug and Alcohol Treatment - NorristownThe Office of Drug and Alcohol Programs is committed to the prevention and treatment of substance abuse problems in Montgomery County. Services are delivered in partnership with qualified providers, and are guided by a philosophy that embraces hope, respect, and support for recovery. The Montgomery County Drug and Alcohol Program provides a wide range of drug and alcohol services to county residents. These services fit into three main categories: Prevention, intervention, and treatment. Each year approximately 6,000 county residents receive drug and alcohol awareness counseling (prevention). In addition, 3,500 residents receive short term counseling (intervention), and 1,500 residents receive ongoing outpatient and inpatient care (treatment), with the primary focus being on attaining and maintaining a drug and alcohol free life. Prevention and intervention services are provided to the community at large regardless of personal income. Treatment services require a comprehensive clinical and financial assessment. Trained Case Managers perform these assessments in order to determine the most appropriate funding resource and level of care, and to find the provider best suited to meet an individual’s treatment needs.MontgomeryMontgomery County Offices - Montgomery County Mental and Behavioral Health Offices - AbingtonMontgomery County Offices
    Mothers Against Drunk Driving - Protect You Protecting Me (PYPM)Protecting You Protecting Me (PYPM) is a classroom-based alcohol and safety prevention curriculum for grades 1-5 that teaches students about the risks of underage alcohol use, adolescent brain development, and vehicle safety skills. It has been designated a Model Program by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.MontgomeryMothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) - Pennsylvania State Office - Montgomery; BridgeportMothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) - Southeastern Pennsylvania Affiliate
    National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug InformationNation's one-stop resource for information about the prevention and treatment of drug and alcohol addiction and treatment of mental health disorders.National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug InformationUnited States Department of Health and Human Services
    Philadelphia Mental Health Corporation - Behavioral Health Special Initiative (BHSI)Provide assessments, referrals and funding support for persons with substance abuse problems and who access licensed treatment programs.PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia Mental Health Corporation - Philadelphia; Center CityPhiladelphia Mental Health Corporation
    Prevention NetworkOffers prevention programs that span a lifetime. Provides services in a variety of settings including schools, churches, low income housing sites, jails and to the general community. Provides over 40 days of prevention service collectively each week to the public school districts of Beaver County. Program offer Family Group Decision Making and Family Finding Services throughout Beaver County. SAP (Student Assistance Program) is also offered through the agency as well to all local school districts. Cessation courses are also available through Tobacco prevention programming.BeaverPrevention NetworkPrevention Network
    Prevention ProgramAldersgate's Prevention Program works with schools and the community to empower teens and adults, improve parenting skills, enhance self-esteem and to reduce and prevent substance abuse. Community and School- based presentations to children and their parents and adolescent outreach groups are key components of this service.Aldersgate - Montgomery; Willow GroveAldersgate
    Prevention ServicesDrug, Alcohol, Tobacco, and problem gambling prevention. Including: *Information Dissemination about drugs and alcohol, a resource center, information booths at activities, educational presentations and programs. *Alternative Activities and events for youth and the community *Problem Identification and Referral: Student Assistance Program (SAP)- liaison in every school district attending core team meetings, providing assessment and referrals and prevention activities. Provide interrupted program educational intervention for at-risk youth. *Community Based: Attending community meetings, coalition building and agency collaboration. *Environmental: Providing strategies that affect the policies, norms, beliefs and practices of our county as it pertains to drugs, alcohol, tobacco, and problem gambling prevention. *Education: Providing educational services for reduction of substance use/abuse, using evidence based programs.DauphinDauphin County Department of Drug & Alcohol ServicesDauphin County Department of Drug & Alcohol Services
    Saint Vincent College Prevention ProjectsCreates, promotes, and strengthens wellness in people and systems to prevent alcohol, tobacco, and other drug abuse, violence and other socially destructive behaviors using education, early intervention, and community development.WestmorelandSaint Vincent College Prevention ProjectsSaint Vincent College Prevention Projects
    SCAN ProgramsSCAN Programs: - Academic Behavioral Connections (ABC's): After-school program - In-Home Protective Services for Medically Fragile Children (IHPS-Medically Fragile): Provides services to reduce safety threats and increase protective capacities of families with medically fragile children - SCAN-Care, Advocacy and Nurturance (SCAN-CAN): Utilizes a multidisciplinary Infant and Child Advocacy Team to provide intensive advocacy and health related services to at-risk families with children who are medically fragile/technology dependent - SCAN-Comprehensive Assessment Preservation Program (SCAN-CAPP): Home based social work program to avoid children being placed outside their homes - SCAN-Parenting and Developmental Disabilities (SCAN-PaDD): Prevention program providing skill support, education and counseling to parents with developmental disabilities - SCAN Treatment and Prevention (SCANTAP): Confidential support service available to families challenged by the impact of substance abuse - Services to Children in Their Own Homes (SCOH): Practical and action-oriented services ensuring the safety and well-being of children while preserving the family unit - Rapid Service Response Initiative (RSRI): Provides expeditious services within 24 hours to families when the initial risk to the child is deemed as moderate to highPhiladelphia*Main Site (SCAN, Inc.)SCAN
    Southwest Nu-Stop - Outpatient Drug and Alcohol ProgramProvides therapeutic intervention services that include individual and group session, psycho-educational lectures and behavior management techniques as part of therapeutic process.PhiladelphiaSouthwest Nu-Stop, Inc. - Philadelphia; Southwest PhiladelphiaSouthwest Nu-Stop
    Southwest Nu-Stop - Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Program - Poplar StreetProvides therapeutic intervention services that include individual and group session, psycho-educational lectures and behavior management techniques as part of therapeutic process.PhiladelphiaPoplar Street (Southwest Nu-Stop, Inc.)Southwest Nu-Stop
    Spring-Ford Counseling Services - Employee Assistance ProgramSFCS partners with local employers to offer individual counseling to their employees.MontgomerySpring-Ford Counseling Services - Montgomery; RoyersfordSpring-Ford Counseling Services
    Substance Abuse Alternatives ProgramAldersgate's unique Substance Abuse Alternatives Program, SAA, offers teens cited for underage drinking an opportunity to discuss and evaluate the impact of personal choices on their lives. This is a 6 hour psychoeducational class program that is accepted by most area District Justices, School Districts and Youth Aid Panels as part of an alternative sentencing diversion program. In a peer supported environment teens learn about the physical and legal risks of underage drinking and drug use as well as other at risk behaviors.The group program is designed to encourage youth to explore such topics as decision-making, values, responsibility and trust. The SAA format incorporates interactive group exercises, lecture and discussion. This program has over a 20 year history of success. District justices, police officers,youth aid panel case workers, parents and school officials all refer to this program.Aldersgate - Montgomery; Willow GroveAldersgate
    Washington Drug and Alcohol Commission, Inc.Washington Drug & Alcohol Commission provides: ~ screening, assessment and referral to treatment to those who have no insurance coverage for drug and alcohol. ~ free prevention programs in the school and community. ~ free drug, alcohol and tobacco information.WashingtonWashington Drug and Alcohol Commission, Inc.Washington Drug and Alcohol Commission

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