Celebrating the possibility of recovery from addiction was the theme of Saturday’s Recovery in the Valley event, a resource fair that featured several speakers, held in recognition of September as National Recovery Month. Magellan Healthcare and the Cambria County Drug Coalition teamed up to host the event at Central Park in downtown Johnstown, offering a place
Tell Me Why. Heroin - A Community's Response, hosted by Amy Bradley from Conemaugh Health System. Click here to view the video.
Cambria groups meet in effort to improve the county’s quality of life for is community members. Click here to read more.
"Hearts against Heroin shows number one, that we care. It's not turning our back on those people suffering from addiction. It's showing a way that we can help," said Terry Deitz, Market Manager of Forever Media in Johnstown. Click here to read more.
The "Hearts Against Heroin" campaign kicked off Tuesday in Cambria County. The program is designed to raise awareness and education to help in the fight against drug abuse and addiction. Click here to read the full story.
“Hearts Against Heroin” stickers will be available for a $1 donation at 20 locations in Cambria County and neighboring communities. Click here to read more.