In response to COVID-19 and the growing threat to public safety, our staff will be working remotely to authorize treatment services, plan and arrange for prevention activities and continue administrative operations, including processing provider invoices.
The health and safety of our staff and community is our top priority. Our response and the precautionary measures we have taken are to help combat the spread of this disease and to mitigate anyone’s exposure to COVID-19. The COCA office will remain closed. As this is a rapidly evolving situation, we will continue to closely monitor updates on COVID-19 and follow the guidance of the CDC regarding social distancing and related safety measures.
We will maintain and update our website with information regarding treatment and supportive services.
The following cancellations and updates have been made in response:
Training – All professional in-person trainings have been cancelled indefinitely. Please view our list of upcoming online trainings.
Marijuana Diversion Program – All in-person classes are canceled until further notice. Payments are still being collected online, and classes will be scheduled online.
UDecide Program – Payments are not being accepted at this time and all classes have been postponed until further notice.
RISE Center – All events and activities at the RISE Center are canceled and the center is closed. It will be re-opened as soon as social distancing guidelines allow.
Narcan Training – If you are in immediate need of a Narcan Kit, please call (610) 376-8669, Ext. 104 and we will make arrangements to get a kit to you. If you are interested in attending a future training, please contact us.