YOU CAN SAVE A LIFE!
SAVE THE DATE!
Do you have chronic pain from surgery, an injury or another chronic condition?
Did you know that physician anesthesiologists can help you safely and effectively manage pain?
The American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) has shared the following resources to educate and empower people living with painful chronic conditions:
Opioid Treatment and Risks: https://www.asahq.org/whensecondscount/pain-management/opioid-treatment/
Non-Opioid Treatment: https://www.asahq.org/whensecondscount/pain-management/non-opioid-treatment/
Grant Funding is Available for
Certified Recovery Specialist (CRS) Training!
- The Southwest Corner Workforce Development Board (SCWDB) representing Beaver, Washington and Green Counties, PA received grant funding to help address the opioid crisis.
- The SCWDB would like to partner with local substance abuse treatment providers to help recruit and train Certified Recovery Specialists.
- Substance abuse treatment providers interested in learning more about these grand funded training opportunities should contact Job Training for Beaver County, Inc. at: 724.728.2020 x-102 or mailto:email@example.com
(Note: This funding can be utilized for the Penn State CRS trainings below!)
(provided by Mental Health America)
Taking a mental health screening is one of the quickest and easiest ways to determine whether you are experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition. Mental health conditions, such as depression or anxiety, are real, common and treatable. And recovery is possible.
Beacon Health Options (formerly “VBH-PA”)
P.O. Box 1840
Cranberry Township, PA 16066-1840
Toll Free Member Number: 1.877.688.5970
Managed behavioral health services for Medical Assistance (MA) recipients in Beaver County and 12 other Western Pennsylvania counties as part of the HealthChoices program.
Printable BEHAVIORAL HEALTH RESOURCE GUIDE (provided by Beacon Health Options of PA)
ReferralConnect – Search online for:
Individual Doctors, Counselors, Groups and Clinics.
Hospitals and Programs
Search Tips and FAQ
SAMHSA.GOV Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator:
This is a confidential and anonymous source of information for persons seeking treatment facilities in the United States or U.S. Territories for substance abuse/addiction and/or mental health problems.
Steps to Recovery!
This Dual Diagnosis Recovery meetings occurs every Monday at 1:00 pm!
(For individuals who are living with a co-occurring disorder
and could benefit from a supportive meeting!)
Coffee is provided at this open discussion meeting.
Smoking is permitted (outside in the smoking area).
The Mental Health Association of Beaver County
105 Brighton Avenue (second floor)
Rochester, PA 15074
Contact: Krista B at the Phoenix Center – 724-775-9507 or call the MHA at 724-775-4165
The Crisis Text Line provides access to free, 24/7 support and information.
For ANYONE, in ANY type of crisis, who prefers to use TEXT,
just text HOME to 741741 from anywhere in the US.)
5th Annual Beaver County Town Hall
(Power Point Presentations)
Mental Fitness – Achieve Your Full Potential
Steve Wize, LCSW
Western PA Forensic Drug Analysis
Joshua C. Yohannan
Laboratory Manager – Trace and Drug Chemistry
Allegheny County Office of the Medical Examiner
Marijuana: Physiology, Clinical Effects, and Risks
Michael Lynch, MD
Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine and Toxicology
Medical Director, Pittsburgh Poison Center
4th Annual Beaver County Town Hall
(Power Point Presentations
and Naloxone Q&A’s)
Drug and Alcohol Trends and Services in Beaver County
BCBH Single County Authority (SCA)
Kate Lowery, M.S.
BCBH SCA Administrator
Beaver County Overdose Statistical Analysis
Prepared by: Beaver County Emergency Services
In Cooperation with: Beaver County District Attorney’s Office, Medic Rescue Ambulance, Economy Ambulance, Inc., and Northwestern Emergency Medical Service
Law Enforcement Initiatives in Beaver County
District Attorney, David J. Lozier
Drug Trends and Trafficking
Drug Enforcement Administration, I/S Brian Dempsey
Q&A Summary of Responses
4th Annual Beaver County Town Hall Meeting 11/3/17
Naloxone: Addressing the Tough Questions
Beaver County Drop Box Locations
No questions asked, safe disposal of medications in Beaver County – Please post and share
Beaver County Behavioral Health (BCBH) Drug and Alcohol Program
(724) 847-6220 or toll-free at 1-877-597-5535
Services, information and links for persons with mental health, intellectual disability or drug and alcohol concerns.
Merakey (formerly NHS) – Drug and Alcohol Case Management
Ages 18+ (724) 869-2023
DACM supports individuals with a Substance Use or Co-Occurring Disorder by providing intensive case management services. The primary goal of case management services are to increase retention in and completion of Substance Use Disorder treatment.
ABC Associates 1122 7th Avenue Beaver Falls, PA 15010 724-843-0129
R.O.O.T.S. (Reaching Over Obstacles To Succeed)
Recovery-Focused Support Groups, Peer Support, Certified Recovery Specialists, Mental Health, Drug & Alcohol Counseling, other Social Services
392 Franklin Ave, Aliquippa, PA 15001-3708 Phone: 724-203-4669
Drug Free Aliquippa is now on Facebook! All Stars Commitments – features All Stars on video as they make commitments towards their future. One student’s advice? “All dreams can be accomplished if you just try, focus and believe.” These young people are so inspiring! Be sure to “Like” and “Share” the Drug Free Aliquippa page. #drugfreealiquippa #allstars
Uncommon Grounds Café 380 Franklin Avenue, Aliquippa 724.375.6141
A place for community, ministry, art, music, recovery services, great food and excellent coffee.
Pinnacle Treatment Services of Aliquippa 400 Woodlawn Road, Aliquippa 724.857.9640
Counseling. Group Therapy. Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT).
Positive Recovery Solutions (PRS) provides coordinated Mobile Vivitrol Services in Beaver County. PRS provides the medical management of Vivitrol® as part of a comprehensive treatment plan. Patients who participate with consistency are more likely to experience sustained recovery. 412.660.7064
Resources for Human Development (RHD) provides non-hospital Residential Detoxification and Rehabilitation in Beaver County. The individual must be Medicaid or Medicaid eligible and must be a resident of Beaver County. Detox is from Sunday – Wednesday. For more information, contact Kevin Kordzi at 724.508.3993.
Drug and Alcohol Resources – a printable flyer for those who are reentering in Beaver County.
Local D&A Rehabs with Inpatient Facilities
Butler Health System – Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program: 1.800.831.2468
Gateway Rehab: 800.472.1177
Gaudenzia – Addiction Treatment and Recovery: 814.459.4775
Greenbrier – Treatment Center: 1.800.637.HOPE (4673)
Turning Point – Treatment Center: 1.888.333.1356
White Deer Run – Drug and Alcohol Addiction Rehab Center: 1.866.669.9502
Spirit Life: 724.465.2165
Still need help?
Start Your Recovery by finding the Top Rated Alcohol Treatment Centers in the U.S. at www.AlcoholTreatment.net.
www.DrugRehabConnections.com/ Not a specific treatment facility, this informational website connects addicts and their families with the help they need to put their lives together.
Recovery.org provides Voices of Hope, Videos and Forums to connect with others in recovery. Also included is information on alcohol & drug recovery, mental and behavioral health, support groups, meeting searches, help for family members, and other popular topics.
To find rehabilitation centers near Beaver Falls, click https://www.recovery.org/browse/beaver-falls-pa/ and https://www.projectknow.com/find/rehab/beaver-falls-pa/. (You can select a different city on either of these webpages.)
Treatment-Centers.net has compiled a searchable directory of rehab centers their website, organized by state. The website explores signs of addictions, insurance and therapy options. Treatment consultants are available 24/7 to take your call. Start your journey toward recovery!
DetoxRehabs.org offers an extensive list of medical, benzo, alcohol and opiate detox centers, rehab programs and treatment facilities to choose from. Advisors are also available by phone to assist, as you consider many different factors that contribute to a successful recovery. Finding the right rehab program is a huge part of that, and it can be helpful to have an advocate on your side who can help you examine all of your options relating to cost, accessibility, length of stay, location, methods of treatment and more.