DEA National Drug Take Back Day - Saturday, October 23rd from 10am to 2pm at various locations in Cambria County. Visit the Take Back Day Site to find a location nearest you!
The Cambria County Drug Coalition is preparing to celebrate Red Ribbon Week. The Red Ribbon campaign is the oldest and largest drug prevention program in the nation, reaching millions of young people during Red Ribbon Week, Oct. 23-31 each year. This is an ideal way for people and communities to unite and take a visible
Teachers have their classrooms ready, and school administrators are preparing for what obstacles might come their way this year. Kids are saying goodbye to the last days of summer and parents are preparing mentally for another school year that may look a lot like the previous year. So many unknowns are still ahead, but one
September 26th in Central Park - Downtown Johnstown from 1pm-5pm
August 31st at PNG Park in Downtown Johnstown at 7pm
Sporting a big smile, Portage resident Maddy Hudak, 16, floated back to the rocks at Greenhouse Park on Monday, having completed her first attempt at surfing the Stonycreek River. “It was really, really fun – a little nerve-wracking,” she said. “I hope the GoPro was recording because I want to see that later.” Read More...
JOHNSTOWN, Pa. – A Somerset County woman who helped orchestrate Cambria County’s unified response to its drug epidemic is moving on. Read More...
The Cambria County Drug Coalition Drug Treatment and Recovery Committee is holding an event to mark International Overdose Awareness Day at 7 p.m. Aug. 31 at People’s Natural Gas Park in Johnstown. Read More...
JOHNSTOWN, Pa. – Disadvantaged children might not be able to easily avail themselves of the educational and recreational opportunities provided by the waters in the Johnstown area. So the Cambria County Drug Coalition, UPMC Health Plan, REI and SurfSUP Adventures are teaming together to host First Waves Cambria at Greenhouse Park on the Stonycreek River.
As president and CEO of the Cambria Regional Chamber of Commerce, people new to the area occasionally ask me, “Is there a drug problem?” My answer is always the same. “Yes, like every other community in the country, we do have those battling substance use disorder. However, one thing we have that many communities do