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

Pathways to Pardons:

The Pennsylvania Board of Pardons,ツ the PA Dept. of Corrections and the Lt. Governor’s office, along with many State Representatives and community leaders have been diligently working to help Pennsylvanians understand the Pardon Process.ツ

In addition to the seminars occurring across the state, two new resources have been developed to help individuals understand the Pardon Process in PA.

If you are seeking a pardon and need to know where to start, please click here.

If you are seeking a commutation and need to know where to start, please click here.

For more information, please visit theツPennsylvania Board of Pardons website at

You may also find resources on our website at view our calendar for Pathways to Pardons scheduled to occur this Fall.


Substance Use Condition Loss and Grief Support Groups in Pennsylvania 窶 by County ツ

We have compiled a list ofツof grief supports for those who have experienced the loss of a loved one to substance use conditions, including overdoses. If you have additions or need to notify us of changes, please emailツ

ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ Additional online resources can be found at the bottom of the document.

ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ You may view the documentツHERE.



The PA Dept. of Drug and Alcohol want. to hear your story of recovery from drug and alcohol addictions and disorder.ツYou may want to submit 窶 or encourage others to submit 窶 a personal recovery story to share to encourage others in their recovery journey. Please consider sharing your story at

Help to recognize and celebrate with Pennsylvanians living in recovery from alcohol or substance use disorders addictions.

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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If you need assistance in finding a treatment provider or funding for addiction treatment, please
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