Remember your Angel in the Angels of the Valley Memorial Banner Project - contact us!
Survivors of Suicide Loss Support Groups:
Lehigh Valley Health Network
2545 Schoenersville Rd.
Bethlehem, PA 18017
Contact Person: Marie Bartos
Meets first Tuesday of each month 7:00-8:00pm
First Presbyterian Church of Allentown - Room118
3231 West Tilghman St.
Allentown, PA 18101
Contact Person: Mary Youtz
Meets third Thursday of the month 7:00-8:30pm
DDAP Licensed Recovery Housing Locator:
What are Fentapills?
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention - Drug-Free Communities
Get Smart About Drugs - Drugs and Your Family
Hazeldon Betty Ford Foundation Teen Intervene (program for Parents)
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism:
National Institute on Drug Abuse:
Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration - Parent Resources
U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency - Drugs of Abuse
By attending Alanon, NarAnon, Families Anonymous, CoDA, ACA, Celebrate Recovery and other 12 step meetings on a regular basis, families affected by addiction learn to change their attitudes and old patterns and habits to find serenity and even happiness. Here are a few highlights of family recovery:
According to the National Association for Children of Alcoholics, the 7 C’s of addiction can serve as a useful framework for helping children understand a parent’s substance abuse problem and how it affects their own lives:
I didn’t cause it.
I can’t cure it.
I can’t control it.
I can care for myself
By communicating my feelings,
Making healthy choices, and
By celebrating myself.
Pennsylvania Get Help Now Hotline is a confidential hotline available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year to all Pennsylvanians in both English and Spanish. It is staffed by trained professionals who can connect you directly to local treatment and resources. If you prefer, there is a chat option on the DDAP website as well as a texting option at 717-216-0905.
If you, or someone you care about is having a problem with drugs or alcohol and lives in Northampton County, PA there are several basic ways to get help:
No cost drug and alcohol assessments and Case Management services are available to any resident in need. Please ccall 610-829-HELP and you will be connected with an assessor.
Northampton County Information, Referral and Emergency Services Department is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for mental health crises.
For Mental Health Crisis Call: 610-252-9060
If you, or someone you care about is having a problem with drugs or alcohol and lives in Lehigh County, PA there are several basic ways to get help: No cost drug and alcohol assessments and Case Management services are available to any resident in need.
Please contact Lehigh County Drug and Alcohol Division at (610) 782-3200 to schedule an assessment, or contact any of the providers listed for an assessment:
State-wide mental health support line that is available toll-free, 24/7. Set up as part of Pennsylvania's COVID-19 response.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) - available 24/7 - free and confidential.
Find a Drug Take-Back Location: Help keep your community and loved ones safe by discarding old, unwanted, or unused prescription medication.
Receive free drug-disposal kits from staff at OASIS Community Center
Northampton County and Lehigh County residents can receive free Narcan by contacting staff at OASIS