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


PA Hope Caucus Round-Table Discussion

PRO窶「A, along withツDr. Rachel Levine, Physician General, PA Department of Health;ツLaura Conrad, Deputy Secretary, Legislative Affairs, PA Department of Drugs & Alcohol (DDAP);ツSusan Shanaman, Esq., Legal Counsel, PA Coroners Association;ツDeb Beck, President, Drug & Alcohol Service Providers Organization of PA;ツKristen Varner, Director of Training & Advocacy and Denise Holden, CEO, RASE Project; andツDonald Holman, Parent Advocate,ツ were invited toツtestify for the HOPE Caucus on May 24.ツ

As part of PRO窶「A’s testimony, we presented information to support the growing need to address the state of ourツcare system for young persons in need of recovery and adolescent services and resources to address the trends of substance use conditions in the adolescent on young person population.ツView our full testimony and materials from the round-table discussionツHERE.

You may also view a letter from PRO窶「A Executive Director, William Stauffer, on page 3 of the most recentツPRO窶「A Quarterly Report Newsletter .


The latest PRO窶「A Quarterly Report Newsletter is now available to read. This Issue Features:

Updates on the Pathways to Pardons Initiative

A featured article on Reentry and National Reentry Week from SCI Retreat

An article on the My New Leaf Addiction Recovery App

The article, “Helping Hands”and an accompanying take-a-way,ツ“Creating Recovery Ready Communities”ツResource

And more…


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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