Lehigh Valley Drug and Alcohol
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.
Richard C. O'Donnell, 87, of Allentown, PA, passed away Sunday, July 7, 2019.
We are saddened by the passing of the Founder of the Lehigh Valley Intake Unit. He will always be with us in our thoughts and prayers as an inspiration to the organization as a safe place that will assess and never judge those with a substance abuse problem and guide them on their way to Recovery. Richard always referred to the Intake Unit as the Gateway to Treatment. The Morning Call - Legacy.com
The staff of LV Intake participated in a golf tournament for Victory House on Monday, June 3. Staff members Tammy Nase, Brian Sabo and Tim Munsch were joined by Stephen Lopenski from St. Joseph Treatment Center. Great fun for a terrific cause. The team finished 3 rd in a match of cards.
‘Change On Main’ Seeking To Give Back To Borough Of Northampton
During the Borough of Northampton’s March 7 meeting, Brian Sabo, program director for Change on Main, appeared before the board to introduce the borough’s new recovery center and the activities it hopes to hold to give back to the community. Sabo, who is also a certified recovery coach, said that Change on Main is a …
Bethlehem Recovery Center
Wednesdays from 1:30 to 3:00 PM.
We have advice for reentering the workforce, understanding the current trends and hanging in there. Our volunteer Fran is very skilled in assisting those who might have difficulty with job searches.
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Change On 3rd Street
Northampton County Drug & Alcohol Division administrator, Tiffany Rossanese and Lehigh Valley Drug & Alcohol Intake Executive Director,
Tim Munsch felt that a recovery-based resource center was needed in the Easton area. There was so much feedback on the positive results of
the Bethlehem Recovery Center in the Bethlehem community that Northampton County funded the new RCO, “Change on 3rd St”, located at
117 North 3rd. street Easton, PA 18042.
Hi, my name is Phillip Chaney. I am the program director at “Change on 3rd Street. I’m grateful to serve the community of Easton and to help
individuals begin their journey in recovery. I am a recovering member of a 12-step fellowship with over 16 years’ clean. I want individual’s seeking
recovery to know that they are not alone. The mission of Change on 3rd Street is “to help those with their recovery with the resources that we and
other agencies have to offer because together, recovery works!”changeonthirdstreet.org