May 11, 2022
- Ridgway, PA
Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced that Elk County has joined the Law Enforcement Treatment Initiative (LETI), a program launched by Attorney General Shapiro in collaboration with law enforcement that provides assistance to Pennsylvanians suffering from substance use disorders in enrolling in a treatment program. Fifteen counties across the Commonwealth have previously joined the LETI program.PA LETI allows Pennsylvanians seeking treatment for addiction to use their local law enforcement, including sheriffs, police officers, probation officers, and parole officers, as a resource to contact participating treatment partners without the threat of arrest.Speakers include:Josh Shapiro, Pennsylvania Attorney GeneralTom Coppolo, Elk County District AttorneyChief Thomas Nicklas, City of St. Marys Police DepartmentAngela Eckstrom, Executive Director of Cameron, Elk, McKean Counties Alcohol & Drug Abuse Services
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