Category Archives: Recovery
At the Overdose Task Force meeting last night our own Michelle spoke from the heart about her recovery and Cheryl, Tammy, Erich, DA Gene Vittone and other members of the Coalition received an award from the DEA for the work they … Continue reading
The bus left at 7:30 a.m. yesterday with community members and Washington Drug & Alcohol Commission Inc. employees heading to Harrisburg for Advocacy Day. It was attended by many across the state and voices were heard by our representatives and those attending … Continue reading
The 2017 Together We Can Recovery Walk was a great success. We thank anyone who attended and if you missed it this year we hope you can join us next year. To see the photo and article on the walk in the … Continue reading
Recovery Advocacy Day “Courage to Change” is September 26, 2017 at the PA State Capital in Harrisburg, PA. For more information please contact Meghan at 724-223-1181 ext 137 or by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org You are invited to join Pennsylvania’s recovering community … Continue reading
Mark the date of September 23rd, you won’t want to miss the Together We Can Recovery Walk 2017. The celebration will take place on the Lemoyne Cultural Center on 200 N. Forrest Ave. in Washington, PA. beginning at 8:30. Registrations … Continue reading
Please take a moment to see what Washington County is doing to help break the cycle. This recent interview will give you all the details, take time to see it at WTAE .
Mark your calendars for the 2016 Recovery Walk on September 24th. Walk to begin from the Lemoyne Cultural Center. Registration begins at 8:30, Speakers and Walk to begin at 9:00. Please see the flyer for all details: recovery walk flyer 2016
Washington Drug and Alcohol Commission partnered with at least 40 churches in the county to launch Project Refuge. To read more about the story click on this Observer Reporter Link.
Drug Court Graduation was held in Washington County to read all about it, click here.
WDAC wants to add additional counseling for jail inmates. Working on this additional counseling are Cheryl Andrews, Executive Director of WDAC, Washington County officials, and Washington School District. To read the full story on the Observer Reporter, click here.