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Below is a comprehensive list of Resources that may provide you information in regards to Community Resources, Employment & Housing Information, Health Resources, Juvenile Justice Information, School Information, Transportation Information and Victim Information.

Addiction

Drugs of Abuse: Interactive Exploration of Drug Effects on the Body
20 Secret Signs of Addiction
Treatment Approaches for Drug Addiction
Overdose Emergency: How to Identify One and What to Do
7 Tips for Mothers of Adult Addicts
Addiction in the Waiting Room: How to Go to the Doctor in Sobriety
10 Things I Wish I Knew at the Beginning of Sobriety
Helping an Adult Family Member or Friend with a Drug or Alcohol Problem
13 Sobering Facts About Teen Substance Abuse
Boundaries with Teens: How to Address Alcohol and Drug Issues

Community Resources

Allentown City Contacts for Neighborhood issues
  • A listing of phone numbers for City of Allentown Neighborhood Issues
  • See this website for more information
Allentown Health Bureau
  • For information on immunizations, communicable diseases, and community health clinics
  • See this website for more information
Allentown Recycling Center
  • The Allentown Recycling Center is run jointly between the City of Allentown, Bureau of Recycling & Solid Waste and the Lehigh County Juvenile Probation Department. It is open to residents and businesses, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
  • See this website for more information
Allentown Electronics Recycling
Calendar of Community Events
  • Listing of ongoing events held within your community
  • See this calendar for a listing of events within your community
Children's Activities, Summer Camps, After-School Programs and Volunteer Opportunities
  • View a variety of activities, after-school programs, community pools, summer camps, summer reading programs, and volunteer opportunities for children that are being offered in the area
  • See this website for more information on opportunities
Compost and Recycling Information
  • For information on Cell Phone Recycling, Compost information, Earth 911, Electronic Scrap Recycling, Household Hazardous Waste Disposal, Latex Paint Disposal, and Recycling
  • See this website for more information
Voter Registration
  • For information on Change of Name or Address, How to Vote, Lehigh County Polling Places, Frequently Asked Questions, and Registration
  • See this website for more information

Employment & Housing

Housing Information
  • For Housing Information, Rental Assistance, and Rooms to Rent on a weekly/monthly basis
  • See this website for more information
Job Corps
  • Job Corps is a program for ages 16-24 which provides free education and vocational training to help those learn a career, earn their high school diploma or GED and help teach them the skills to find and maintain a good job.
  • See this website for more information
Pennsylvania CareerLink Lehigh Valley
  • Provides valuable resources to find the perfect job
  • See this website for more information
Selective Service
  • Almost all male U.S. citizens and male aliens living in the U.S. who are 18 through 25, are required to register with the Selective Service
  • For more information or to register online, see this website

Health Resources

American Red Cross
  • For information on Disaster Services, Health and Safety Services, Lifeline, Military Services, Nursing, and Volunteer Services
  • See this website
Assistance
  • View information on local organizations that provide assistance with Clothing, Disaster Response, Financial Issues, Food, Housing, Shelters, Utilities, etc.
  • See this website for more information
Behavioral Health Providers, Resources, and Support Groups
  • For a list of Providers that have a contract with Magellan Behavioral Health
  • See this listing for more information.
Child and Adolescent Service System Program (CAASP)
  • A comprehensive system of care for children and adolescents with or at risk of developing serious emotional disturbance and/or substance use disorders and their families. This program ensures that services are developed in collaboration with the child/adolescent, family, mental health system, the school and all other agencies involved in the child's or adolescent's life.
  • See this webpage for more information
Crisis Intervention/Suicide Prevention
  • See this website for crisis intervention information.
  • See this website for suicide prevention services, providers and resources.
Drug and Alcohol Programs and Services
  • For information on AA, NA and Alanon Meetings and Bureau of Drug and Alcohol programs and Facility and Service Directories
  • See this website for more information
Lehigh County Assistance Office
  • Information on Applying for Benefits, Search for Provider, Helpful Telephone Numbers, Find a Form, Find Facilities and Locations, Learn About DPW. Information also available such as Cash Assistance/Employment Training, Child Care and Early Learning, Heating Assistance/LIHEAP, Health Care/Medical Assistance, and Substance Abuse Services
  • See this website for more information
Lehigh County Prescription Drug Card
  • Free to Lehigh County Residents
  • See this website for more information
Pennsylvania Department of Health Birth and Death Certificates
  • Information on Birth and Death Certificates, Tobacco Cessation Resources, Immunizations, Organ Donation, WIC, PA Health Alert Network
  • See this website for more information
Pennsylvania Health & Human Resource Guide
  • Information on County by County Helplines, Cash Assistance, Child Health and Safety, Child Protection and Placement, Early Care and Education for Children, Food and Nutrition, Health and Safety, Housing and Utilities, Medical care Coverage, Mental Health and Addiction, Mental Retardation, Pregnancy and Family Planning, Services for Children and Adults with Disabilities, Services for Older Pennsylvanians, and Trauma/ Abuse
  • See this document for more information
Resources and Support Groups
  • View information on agencies, organizations and web sites that offer Resources and Support Groups for a variety of issues such as Bereavement, Crime and Victim, Education and Literacy, Physical Health Conditions, Mental Health, Sexuality, Family/Children, and Vocational/Employment
  • See this website for more information
Social Security Office
  • Information on Disability and Supplemental Security Income, Medicare Program, Requesting a Social Security card, Retirement, and Survivors
  • See this website for more information
  • For Social Security Forms and Publications, See www.ssa.gov/pgm/formspubs.htm

Juvenile Justice

Family Guide to Pennsylvania Juvenile Justice System
Juvenile Court Judges' Commission
  • Information on Balanced and Restorative Justice publications, Juvenile Act, Juvenile Court Standards, Juvenile Delinquency Benchbook and Rules of Juvenile Court Procedure
  • See this website for more information
Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
  • For information on topics such as Child Protection, Core Resources, Corrections/Detention/Courts, Delinquency Prevention, Gender/Race/Ethnicity, Health, Law Enforcement, Offenses/Offenders, Schools, Statistics, and Victims and well as a Program Search and Training and Technical Assistance
  • See this website for more information
Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency
  • Information on Community Collaboratives, Criminal Justice, Justice Research, Juvenile Justice, and Victims of Crime
  • See this website for more information
Summary of Pennsylvania Juvenile Collateral Consequences Checklist
The Juvenile Law Center
  • Information on Child Welfare, Fact Sheets, Juvenile Justice, and Litigation
  • See this website for more information

School

Gang Prevention/Intervention
  • Variety of information on Gangs and Local Resources to fight this growing problem
  • See this website for more information
School Districts

Transportation

Lanta Bus
  • Lehigh and Northampton Transportation Authority. Bus routes and snow emergency information.
  • See this website for more information
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Driver and Vehicle Services
  • Information on driver's license/photo ID, teen driver, suspension information center, PennDOT locations, etc
  • See this website for more information

Victim

Crime Victims Council of the Lehigh Valley
  • Listing of services provided for victims of crime
  • See this website for more information
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