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

PLEASE JOIN US at theツPennsylvania Kick-Off of National Recovery Month hosted by the PA Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs:

10 a.m., Wednesday, Sept. 6, Capitol Rotunda, Harrisburg

@PaRecovers #PaRecovers

* ツCeremony with Governor Tom Wolf and others
* ツPhoto booths 窶 add your picture to the 窶廡aces of Recovery窶 purple ribbon
* ツShare your recovery stories (in advance, during, and after event) atツ
* ツVendor tables
Help us recognize and celebrate with Pennsylvanians living in recovery from alcohol or substance use disorders addictions.
Prevention Works. Treatment is Effective. People Recover.

For more information, visit:ツ ツ



National recovery Month 2017
Join the Voices for Recovery: Strengthen Families and Communities

The 2017 Theme for Recovery Month 2017 has been announced:ツJoin the Voices for Recovery: Strengthen Families and Communities. Visit SAMHSA’s National Recovery Month page atツ

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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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When you窶决e struggling with drug addiction, sobriety can seem like an impossible goal. But recovery is never out of reach, no matter how hopeless your situation seems. Get Help Now

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If you need assistance in finding a treatment provider or funding for addiction treatment, please
call 1-800-662-HELP (4357) or
contact your local county drug and alcohol office.

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