Drug Free Pennsylvania, a statewide non-profit, provides businesses with cost-effective drug-free workplace programs such as drug testing, training and policies; and delivers innovative anti-drug media campaigns to raise awareness, change behaviors, and inspire action to prevent substance abuse. Learn more about Drug Free PA’s initiatives by visiting our programs page.
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Slate HIll Business Center
3901 Hartzdale Dr.
Camp HIll, PA 17011
Drug Free Pennsylvania is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation whose mission is to combat drug and alcohol abuse in Pennsylvania through partnerships with employers, employees, schools, public agencies, and the media.
Drug Free Workplace Solutions
A program that provides employers with affordable drug-free workplace programs that include policy development, supervisor and employee trainings, drug testing and EAP services.
Straight Talk for Parents
A program designed to educate parents about emerging drug trends; signs and symptoms of teen drug use; and assists parents in the development of communication skills to speak and listen to their children about substance abuse.
The Media Straight Up!
A middle school curriculum designed to assist educators and prevention specialists in guiding kids to make more informed decisions, such as avoiding risky drug and alcohol-related behaviors, while learning how traditional and online media influence society. Media Literacy Seminars for educators and prevention specialists who want to become a leader in media literacy held each fall.
Sound Off! PSA Contest
Annual statewide television public service announcement (PSA) contest for students in grades 6 – 12.
Connect & Protect PA
Campaign launched throughout the Commonwealth of PA in order to generate awareness of the dangers of prescription drug abuse among parents and teenagers.