Drug and Alcohol Treatment Guide

Meadville Medical Center in collaboration with local government agencies has created an online resource guide for anyone seeking support in the treatment of drug and alcohol addiction.

  • Let's Talk...is the three-year initiative to overcome addiction in our community funded by the Meadville Medical Center Foundation, in partnership with the Crawford County Overdose Prevention Coalition. The Meadville Medical Center Foundation will be sponsoring various initiatives over the next three years to overcome addiction. Founded in 1992, the Meadville Medical Center Foundation was established to meet the identified healthcare needs in the region. The primary focus of the Foundation is to advance the long-term health of the community by funding new services and equipment at the Meadville Medical Center (MMC). The disease of addiction is a family disease, and the aim of overcoming addiction advances the long-term health of our community. The Meadville Medical Center Foundation is asking "Let's Talk...". Together we can overcome addiction in our community.

  • The coalition is a diverse mix of people from social services, healthcare professions, school administrations, families, and the community, all coming together to fight and make Crawford County free from overdoses and overdose deaths. If you want to get involved or learn more, please contact Jayme Ferry at the Crawford County Drug and Alcohol Executive Commission. You can call her at: (814) 807-0079 or email her at: jferry@ccdaec.org about the Crawford County Overdose Prevention Coalition.

Suboxone Treatment and Recovery (STAR) Program

  • Meadville Medical Center has partnered with the Crawford County Drug & Alcohol Executive Commission (CCDAEC) to improve access and quality of treatment for Opioid Use Disorders with the Suboxone Treatment and Recovery (STAR) Program. Call the CCDAEC to inquire about the program at (814) 724-4100 and to get enrolled.

Three primary resources:

1. Comprehensive list of treatment providers for Crawford, Erie, Mercer and Venango Counties

2. Support Group Resource List

3. Interactive calendar with support meetings and locations

Should you or someone you know need immediate support please contact one the these hotlines:

24-hour Mental Health Crisis Hotline: (814) 724-2732

There are also hotlines available for AA answering services:

Meadville: (814) 337-4019

Erie: (814) 452-2675

Warren: (814) 726-2345

Oil City: (800) 227-2421

Sharon: (412) 342-0612

If you have any resources that should be added to this guide please contact us.