August 03, 2022
- Dallas, PA
The Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs (DDAP) was joined by substance use disorder (SUD) treatment provider Pyramid Healthcare, Inc. to encourage use of the free and confidential Addiction Treatment Locator, Assessment, and Standards Platform, ATLAS, in Pennsylvania."At a time when we're seeing an increase in substance use and overdose deaths across Pennsylvania, it is vitally important for anyone with a substance use disorder seeking help to receive high-quality treatment," said Special Assistant to the DDAP Secretary, Steve Ross. "The benefits of this new tool include monitoring the quality of treatment providers in Pennsylvania and giving individuals and families a trusted resource to locate quality care for themselves and their loved ones. We are thankful for Pyramid's participation in this valuable resource."Founded in 1999 and headquartered in Altoona, Pyramid Healthcare is recognized as one of the largest, full-continuum providers of substance use treatment for adults and adolescents with 31 convenient program locations in the commonwealth and 85 in total across seven eastern states.
List of Speakers:
Steve Ross, Special Assistant to the DDAP Secretary
Chris Vigna, Vice President of Clinical Services Pyramid Healthcare
Stacey Little, Executive Director Pyramid Healthcare Dallas