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...
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.
DEA National Prescription Drug Take Back Day Saturday, April 24th 2021 from 10am-2pm To find a site in Cambria County near you visit: https://takebackday.dea.gov/
TRANFORMING HEALTH — Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf says the opioid crisis remains a disaster emergency, though there are signs that drug overdose deaths may be declining. Click here to read more.
EBENSBURG — The Cambria County commissioners approved funding to support a maternal addiction resource center at a Johnstown hospital to help tackle the opioid crisis. Click here to read more.
State officials are distributing thousands of free kits of naloxone across Pennsylvania next week during a holiday season that often ushers in a surge in opioid overdoses. The Wolf administration is providing 5,000 kits of the opioid overdose reversal drug – each containing two doses of naloxone – to 80 locations across the state, including
JOHNSTOWN, Pa. (WJAC) — Statistics show Cambria County lost 94 people to drug overdoses in 2016 -- 94 parents, siblings, children or friends. At the time, the county ranked second in the state per capita for overdose deaths. Since then, the number has declined. Last year, Cambria County saw a slight decrease, 87 deaths. So far
NORTHERN CAMBRIA – Leaders of about a dozen subcommittees of the Cambria County Drug Coalition emphasized the importance of collaboration during a community update meeting Thursday. Avenues being taken to address the county's substance abuse problem include treatment, recovery, prevention, education and law enforcement. At Contres Greer Social Hall, Cambria County District Attorney Kelly Callihan