Opioid and Substance Abuse Help

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​Questions you can ask your caller/visitor

If you are assisting someone else in finding help for opioid or other substance abuse, below are questions you can ask them.

  1. Are you seeking help for yourself or someone else?
  2. Are you or someone in imminent danger? If yes, call 911 on a separate line and keep caller on the phone.
  3. What's the most important thing I can help you with today? (eg., referral to a Helpline or pastor; add you to our prayer list)

 To refer for screening for treatment

Anywhere in PA
PA Get Help Now line  24/7/365
1-800-662-4357 (HELP)
Treatment finder, Insurance navigator, Take-back box locations.

Armstrong & Indiana Counties
Indiana  724-463-7860 or 724-354-2746
Kittanning  724-545-1614

Fayette County
Highlands Hospital Center of Excellence

  • 724-603-2473 or 724-970-5023 office hours
  • After Hours Crisis Line:  724-626-2270

Drug and Alcohol Commission, Inc.

  • 724-438-3576 - office hours
  • 800-856-3576 - 24 hours/day
Westmoreland County
Community Action Substance Use Helpline
1-844-897-8927  3:30-11 pm
1-800-662-4357 (HELP)   24/7/365

 Downloads

 Groups, Other Resources

​Armstrong Resources

  • ARMOT - Hospital emergency rooms refer patients who present with overdose symptoms to the Addiction Recovery Mobile Outreach Team to facilitate entrance into treatment.
  • Naloxone - If you are unable to obtain naloxone through your private insurance, see flyer.
  • Recovery support services - 1-877-333-2470 Answers 24/7. CRSs (Certified Recovery Specialists) have been through the process and can provide hope that recovery is possible.
  • Serenity Family Support Group - Worthington Firehall 724-297-3861

Fayette Resources

  • Highlands Hospital (Uniontown) Center of Excellence takes a whole person--body, mind, and spirit--approach to caring for patients and families.  They employ CRS's (Certified Recovery Specialists) who can support you with lessons-learned from their own experiences in recovery. Learn more. Call 724-603-2473.
  • Grief support group for those who have lost a loved one to addiction. First Tuesday of every month, 6:00-8:00 p.m., at the St. John the Evangelist Church, 908 W. Crawford Ave., Connellsville.
  • Nar-Anon open meetings, Wednesdays, St. John the Evangelist, Connellsville Social Hall from 7-8:30pm.

Indiana Resources

  • ARMOT - Hospital emergency rooms refer patients who present with overdose symptoms to the Addiction Recovery Mobile Outreach Team to facilitate entrance into treatment.
  • Naloxone - If you are unable to obtain naloxone through your private insurance, see flyer.​
  • Recovery support services-1-877-333-2470 Answers 24/7. CRSs (Certified Recovery Specialists) have been through the process and can provide hope that recovery is possible.
  • Family Education Support Group- The Open Door 724-465-2605

Westmoreland Resources

  • Highlands Hospital (Uniontown) Center of Excellence serves Westmoreland County residents as well. They take a whole person--body, mind, and spirit--approach to caring for patients and families.  They employ CRS's (Certified Recovery Specialists) who can support you with lessons-learned from their own experiences in recovery. Learn more. Call 724-603-2473.
  • The Coalition (DOTF) provides training for professionals and technical assistance to community coalitions. Contact Director Tim Phillips at 724-830-3111.

 Westmoreland County Drug Overdose Task Force

getinwestmoreland-logo.jpgAll information on this page has been provided in cooperation with the Westmoreland County Drug Overdose Task Force.

For more information, visit our Diocese of Greensburg page on GetInWestmoreland.info @ https://www.getinwestmoreland.info/diocese-of-greensburg-region.

  • Find a drug take-back box near you
  • Submit a helpful resource not listed here
  • Contact the Drug Overdose Task Force directly via email or phone