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Make sure that person is open and honest about their usage so they can be recommended to get a drug & alcohol assessment so they may get the help they need.
Tell that person that they need to make a request for drug & alcohol assessment so that they may be seen while they are incarcerated.
Encourage your loved one to want to get help and call us. Do not pressure your loved one, as this could deter them from seeking treatment. WDAC is available to answer any questions you or your loved one has about treatment options.
Have your loved one call us. We can help them get back on track by either meeting with a Case Manager or a Certified Recovery Specialist (CRS).
WDAC Case Managers can refer your loved one to a CRS. Give us a call and we would be happy to assist.
Treatment centers will differ by Level of Care (LOC). A Case Manager will assess your loved one and make recommendations and referrals to an appropriate LOC and a treatment center that is appropriate based on their needs. Treatment center can be Outpatient centers, Inpatient centers, or Medically Assisted Treatment (MAT) centers.
WDAC contracts with many treatment facilities. Give us a call so our Case Managers can recommend and refer your loved one to the treatment center that meets their needs.
WDAC can refer your loved one to recovery houses in Washington County. Give us a call and we would be happy to assist.
Intervention Group is a psycho-educational class that is taught by Certified Recovery Specialists in long term recovery. You must be referred to Intervention Group by a Case Manager.
WDAC can refer your loved one to local agencies that provide transportation. Give us a call and we would be happy to assist. Your loved one can also contact Freedom Transit or Mid Mon Valley Transit Authority for bus and taxi schedules, depending on their location.
WDAC can refer your loved one to local agencies that provide housing. Give us a call and we would be happy to assist.
Give us a call. WDAC is happy to help you in any way possible. If our agency cannot help, we have partnership with many resources in Washington County that may be able to assist you.
Prevention programs are provided to the schools in Washington County, as well as Senior Citizens in the community. Give us a call and we would be happy to assist.
WDAC’s Prevention Program is available to answer any questions you have about ways to talk to your child about drugs and alcohol. Our Student Assistance Program (SAP) Case Manager can answer questions about treatment options and how to get your child involved in SAP in their school.
Encourage your loved one to want to get help and call us. WDAC is available to answer any questions you or your loved one has about treatment options.
PA Stop is designed to educate Pennsylvanians about the risks of prescription painkiller and heroin use, the relationship between painkiller and heroin use, and what to do when you need help. PA STOP also connects you to your local Single County Authority (SCA) to get help. WDAC is the SCA of Washington County.