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Addiction Help

The Armstrong-Indiana-Clarion Drug and Alcohol Commission & Clarion Drug & Alcohol Services offers programs to individuals suffering the effects of substance abuse/dependence.


Case Coordination Services


Case Coordination Services are offered to all individuals who are experiencing problems related to alcohol and/or other drugs. Case Coordination Services assist individuals to identify non-treatment needs, develop/expand their current skills and increase supports necessary for their individual recovery needs.  This is a voluntary program.  All of our Case Management services are confidential.

The primary functions of Case Coordination Services are:
- Evaluate your needs
- Identify your strengths
- Help you with goal setting
- Link you to resources
- Advocate for your rights
- Coach you as you work toward your goals

Case Managers can assist you with needs or goals in any of the following areas:
- Education/Vocation
- Employment
- Physical Health
- Emotional/Mental Health
- Family/Social
- Living arrangements/Housing
- Legal Status
- Basic Needs (food, clothing, transportation)
- Life Skills

To schedule appointments for Case Coordination Services:

Armstrong County:     (724) 545-1614
Indiana County:         (724) 463-7860
Clarion County:          (814) 226-6350


Clients with confirmed or suspected substance abuse problems who live in Armstrong, Indiana or Clarion County can contact one of the numbers listed below.  The caller should be prepared to answer questions regarding their substance abuse problem in a short screening to determine if an assessment is needed.  An assessment will determine the recommended Level of Care for treatment.  Referral to the appropriate treatment facility is coordinated by a Case Manager to assist the individual in starting treatment.

To schedule appointments for Screening and Assessment:

Armstrong/Clarion Counties:     
     Call ARC Manor                          1-800-323-1333
Indiana County:  
     Call The Open Door                   (724) 463-7860

Case Managers assist clients in accessing available funding sources for treatment.

Preferential treatment services are available for pregnant women. 

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Drug and Alcohol Commission

10829 US Rt 422
PO Box 238
Shelocta, PA 15774