Making a Difference
The Cambria County Drug Coalition is an active participant in community events and functions. Get involved in healthy alternatives and together, we will make Cambria County a safe, friendly, and great place to live, work and play. Check out where the coalition has been and what’s coming up on our events page!
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
JOHNSTOWN, Pa. – The Cambria County Drug Coalition was awarded a significant grant Tuesday to help keep drugs out of the community. U.S. Rep. Keith Rothfus made the announcement that the coalition will receive $125,000
The Cambria County Drug Coalition, which was formed two years ago in September, has received its largest one-time funding source to date. Click here to read more.
Drinking alcohol, tobacco and marijuana use are the biggest risks for students in Cambria and Somerset Counties. Though, the latest data shows that more and more students are making the right decisions. Click hear to
Cambria County Drug Coalition formed to rise above ‘tidal wave’ of abuse By: Randy Griffith/The Tribune-Democrat
Newsrooms across the commonwealth have spent years documenting the opioid crisis in their own communities. But now, in the special project State of Emergency: Searching for Solutions to Pennsylvania's Opioids Crisis, we are marshalling resources to spotlight
Keith Elders, co-chairman of the recovery work group of the Cambria County Drug Coalition, demonstrates a nasal-spray Narcan kit on Wednesday, April 18, 2018, at St. Mary’s Church hall in Nanty Glo. Click here fo