Tools for Faith-Based Community Coalitions
New: St. Agnes Church in Shepherdstown, WV, 2-part educational piece on addiction for parish bulletins.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meets holds meetings throughout the County. 2019 Schedule here.
Can the science of addiction ease compassion fatigue? Op-ed by Dr. Jennifer Zampogna, M.D.
Dept. of Health & Human Services' "Partnership Center" offers a plethora of resources, including their Practical toolkit for faith and community leaders in the face of the opioid epidemic, webinars, and the opportunity to subscribe to their newsletter.
Dr. Michael Horne, Psy.D., Director of Clinical Services, Catholic Charities, Diocese of Arlington, presented at a September, 2018, conference for the Diocese of Arlington (VA) on building familiy resiliency. The session took place at “Seeking Hope and Healing in the Midst of the Opioid Crisis." Watch the 43 minute video here.
Faith Forward Ministries is a faith based human service facility in Latrobe that provides people in the community with the resource, counseling, and encouragement to individuals and family who may be in need.(724) 539-7900
Jewish Alcoholics, Chemically Dependent Persons and Significant Others (JACS) A resource center and information clearinghouse on the effects of alcoholism and drug dependency on Jewish family life.
Ministering to Those Living with Addiction-- Slide deck by Peter Kosciusko, Worcester County House of Corrections Link to Slide Deck.
Dowload NCADD's Multiple Pathways of Recovery: A Guide for Individuals & Families provides a comprehensive list of types of treatment and recovery support, information on medically assisted treatment, and more.
National Catholic Council on Addiction resources
Pittsburgh Pastoral Institute’s (PPI) specialty is spiritually integrated psychotherapy. They offer training for clergy and social service professionals. Learn more here.
Spiritual Care of the Addicted--Slide deck by Rev. Janice Ford Link to Slide Deck
Tennessee's office of mental health and substance use has a toolkit for the faith community focusing on Recovery.
2-part webinar for the Faith-based Community View on the opioid crisis. View it here.
Spiritual Caregiving to Help Addicted Persons and Families handbook is designed for clergypersons “who wish to enhance their ministries and deepen their professional pastoral relationship with addicted persons and their families”
Spirit Life, Indian, PA, provides in-patient, non-hospital short-term medically monitored detox, treatment, and rehabilitative services for D&A and co-occurring disorders. Download their flyer here.
Treatment Provider List