Crawford County Drug & Alcohol Executive Commission Offers:
Caring, compassionate and knowledgeable Case Managers to assist people who struggle with substance abuse. Case Managers help individuals support a sober and drug-free lifestyle, while promoting stability in housing, education, employment, transportation, child care, substance abuse treatment and healthcare.
Individuals interested in seeking addiction treatment can call the Central Intake and Case Management Department at (814) 724-4100 or by walking-in to our office at the Downtown Mall in Meadville, Pennsylvania.
What to Expect
When you call or come in to our office, your process usually begins with a brief phone screening to gather some necessary information. If a person is determined to be in urgent need at the time of the screening, he or she will be assisted to access immediate care. If there is no emergent need for care, you will be given an appointment for a more in-depth interview, called an assessment, with one of our case managers. After your assessment, your case manager will refer you to the appropriate level of care. A case manager may also make a referral for additional supports such as Recovery Supports and Case Coordination.
Preference to treatment and services is given to pregnant injection drug users, pregnant substance abusers, injection drug users, overdose survivors, and Veterans.
Priority to treatment and services is given to women with dependent children.
No one is denied service because of an inability to pay. Fees for services are determined by level of family income. If you do not have an income, a Case Manager will help you apply for medical assistance or public funding.
If at any time during an individualâ€™s treatment episode, a non-treatment need is identified, they will be offered case coordination services. Case coordination is a service component of case management that assists those who may lack the resources to meet identified needs, such as:
A Case Coordinator will work with you to identify and set personal goals and to access services as you work toward achieving those goals, providing encouragement and advocacy along the way.
We Can Help
Call (814) 724-4100 to schedule your assessment
24-Hour Crisis Hotline (814) 724-2732
Treatment and Services
Preference to treatment and services is given to all pregnant women. Priority to treatment and services is given to injection drug users and women with dependent children. No one is denied service because of an inability to pay. Fees for services are determined by level of family income. If you do not have an income, a Case Manager will help you apply for medical assistance or public funding.