Lehigh Valley Drug and Alcohol
LVDAIU is still here to help!
We are currently taking new appointments for drug and alcohol assessments, which are primarily over the phone. We are asking everyone to call before coming into the office for their in-person appointment, as well as taking their temperature and doing a short COVID-19 screening in order to comply with CDC guidelines. We ask that if you are in need of an appointment, instead of doing a walk-in, you call and we will try to see you as soon as we are able to. Face masks are required at all times in the building, as well as in the office.
Please do not hesitate to call us at 610-923-0394 if you have any questions.
EASTON LOCATION/ INTAKE UNIT
Founded in 1985, offers a wide array of intervention, assessment, referral, case management and information services to the Lehigh Valley community. Taking our cue from Cicero’s classical exhortation to wisdom- The Hortensius (Founding name of the Intake Unit), we have gathered a staff proficient in bringing insights and fresh perspectives into the lives of our clients.
The Intake Staff has developed a strong professional awareness of human services resources. Years of intervention and case management demands have taught us to know what help is available and how this can best be served for a needy client. At the same time, we function as an arm of the County in advocating a healthier and safer social climate.
The Intake Unit serves as a vital source of drug and alcohol information for Lehigh Valley residents. Besides answering telephone inquiries and distributing printed literature, the Intake Staff provide presentations to local groups, as well as in-services to professionals in the field.
Lehigh Valley Drug and Alcohol Intake Unit New Bethlehem Office - June 2020
35 E Elizabeth Ave Suite 42,
Bethlehem Pa 18018
We have Parking in the rear of the building and we are handicap accessible.
The Mental Health Support Line
can be reached toll-free,
24/7 at 1-855-284-2494.
Beginning April 1, the Center for Community Resources will offer a 24/7 mental health and crisis support line for people dealing with anxiety or other difficult emotions. Callers will be able to speak with staff who are trained in trauma-informed principles and will listen, assess the person's needs, triage, and refer to other local supports and professionals as needed.