Drug and Alcohol
17 South Seventh Street
Allentown Pennsylvania 18101
Programs & Resources
Pennsylvania Gambling Addiction 24hr. Hotline: 1-877-565-2112 Confidential, Anonymous, and Free.
Need a AA meeting list for the Lehigh Valley? Follow this Link to find one near you.
Need a NA meeting list for the Lehigh Valley? Follow this Link to find one near you.
Need a Al-Anon meeting list for the Lehigh Valley? Follow this Link to find one near you.
Need to apply for Medical Assistance? Follow this Link for assistance.
Prescription Drug Take-Back Program
Governor Corbett’s Healthy Pennsylvania Prescription Drug Take-Back program initiative focuses on alleviating the health and safety concerns from the diversion and abuse of prescription medications by helping our communities properly dispose of unused prescription medications.
Click HERE for Lehigh County disposal locations!
The Lehigh County Drug and Alcohol Abuse Program recognizes the disease concept of chemical dependency and believes that early intervention is the key in overcoming addiction.
The Drug and Alcohol Abuse Program, or Single County Authority (SCA), manages federal, state and local dollars to services to help consumers in obtaining the earliest possible care for substance abuse and related problems. These services are purchased from private subcontracting agencies in Lehigh County, as well as other agencies located throughout Pennsylvania. Click on the links below to view our local providers.
Magellan Behavioral Health Provider List [subject to change]
MY LIFE (Magellan Youth Leaders Inspiring Future Empowerment) - gives youth an opportunity to use their experience, talents and voice to make positive changes in their lives while helping others to do the same.
Lehigh County Drug and Alcohol Administration
For additional information, contact the Department of Human Services Information and Referral Unit at
(610) 782-3200 between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Preferential treatment services are available to Pregnant Women, Injection Drug Users, Women with Children, Overdose Survivors, and Veterans.