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Members are the backbone to our work and vital to strengthening the recovery network to increase accessibility to recovery for all. ツWe count on our members to share our efforts with others in recovery in hopes that they will join us in taking action on behalf of others in this process. PRO窶「A asks that you 窶徘ass the word窶 to your friends, family, other supporters of recovery about our organization and the work we do in an effort to unite recovery communities across PA and speak out about recovery.ツ

Who can become a member of PRO窶「A?

Anyone can become a member.ツAs a state organization, PRO窶「A is comprised of:

  • Recovery Community Organizations (RCO窶冱)
  • Individuals from the recovery and family ツcommunities
  • Drug and alcohol professionals.

Collectively, we are individuals and organizations of trained professional staff; experienced and committed board ツmembers and knowledgeable and dedicated volunteer members.

Why do individuals become PRO窶「A members?

Many of the people involved with PRO窶「A ツare recovering or know someone in recovery.ツOur members know through lived experience:

  • The support that persons who are new to recovery need.
  • The valuable understanding of how common misconceptions ツabout addiction and recovery frequently challenge ツan individual窶冱 ability to fully participate in our society.
  • That people with alcohol and other drug addictions can and do live 窶徨egular lives.窶

Your Voice is valuable.

We value and encourage regular input from the grassroots level and from individuals. ツThis input is important for developing inclusive ツstate-wide and national recovery communities that ツare accessible to all. Misunderstandings still dominate the ways in which recovering people may be perceived. These misconceptions commonly lead to major hurdles. Common hurdles include the closing of doors to employment, housing, relationships, and life. When these things occur, our individual members and organizational members ツare called into action to support change that will unlock doors and open opportunities for people affected by alcohol and other drug addiction.

Become an individual member here.ツ

For more information on mentorship and organizational memberships, please contact the PRO窶「A office at (717) 545-8929 or proa.asst@pro-a.orgツ

We do offer a free electronic membership but donationsツare a vital component to our work . Donations provide the basic resources we need to take action, build tools, conduct surveys and address policy issues that directly impact the recovery community.

Please consider making a one-time or reoccurring donation hereツ






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