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    A condition in which an individual experiences pain which persists beyond the expected time required for healing of an injury or after the expected course of an acute illness, usually with a duration of greater than six months. Chronic pain arises from a number of causes including invasion or compression syndromes due to cancer, neurological disorders such as neuralgia, phantom limb pain, nerve entrapment syndromes, spinal cord damage, muscular inflammation syndromes, and syndromes involving lesions in the thalamus.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Chronic Pain AnonymousTwelve step meeting for the recovery from suffering, uses 11th step through prayer/meditation to change focus from hardness of pain to the softness of thought centered on movement and change. Gives a connection to the community and there around.DauphinChronic Pain Anonymous Support GroupChronic Pain Anonymous Support Group
    Chronic Pain Phone Support - LuzernePhone support for individuals dealing with chroic pain. The goal of an ACPA group is to provide support, validation, and education in basic pain management and life skills.LuzerneAmerican Chronic Pain Association Support GroupsAmerican Chronic Pain Association
    Chronic Pain Support Group - HarrisburgSupport group for individuals living with chronic pain. The goal of an ACPA group is to provide support, validation, and education in basic pain management and life skills.DauphinAmerican Chronic Pain Association Support GroupsAmerican Chronic Pain Association
    Chronic Pain Support Group - PittsburghSupport group for individuals living with chronic pain. Meets twice monthly. The goal of an ACPA group is to provide support, validation, and education in basic pain management and life skills.AlleghenyAmerican Chronic Pain Association Support GroupsAmerican Chronic Pain Association
    Chronic Pain Support Group - YorkSupport group for individuals living with chronic pain. The goal of an ACPA group is to provide support, validation, and education in basic pain management and life skills.YorkAmerican Chronic Pain Association Support GroupsAmerican Chronic Pain Association
    Mirmont Treatment Center - Pain ManagementTo help individuals manage their pain and end their dependency on narcotic medication.DelawareMirmont Treatment CenterMain Line Health - Behavioral Health

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