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PRO•A was established in 1998 to give a voice and focal point to the statewide recovery community in Pennsylvania.


PRO窶「A’s Latest Quarterly Report Newsletter is now available.ツ

Read our latest Quarterly Report Newsletter here.ツThis issue includes:

  • An update on the Pathways to Pardons initiative
  • RCO Updates
  • PRO窶「A Year in Review
  • And more…
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We would like to announce a new PRO窶「A training calendar.

Please view our calendar below for upcoming scheduled trainings. For more information, click on the training title to view the training address, trainer, and contact information for registration.



Mission: 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.

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