- Bucks County Connect. Assess. Refer. Engage. Support. (BCARES) is a warm handoff collaboration between the six Bucks County hospital emergency departments and an assigned Certified Recovery Specialist (CRS) for individuals who have survived an opioid overdose. Click here for complete information.
- Bucks County Police Assisting In Recovery (BPAIR) is a program aimed towards getting help for individuals seeking treatment by connecting them with a treatment center instead of incarceration. Click here for details.
- A Center of Excellence (COE) is an agency that has been identified to help ensure that people with opioid-related substance use disorder stay in treatment to receive follow-up care and are supported within their communities. For more information, click here.
- A Certified Recovery Specialist (CRS) is an individual in recovery from a substance use condition who is willing to be trained to help others throughout the recovery process. Click here for details.
- Intensive Case Management (ICM) is a drug and alcohol services delivery program that concentrates on the assessment and referral of clients to treatment and ancillary services. For complete information, click here.
- Mobile Engagement Services (MES) are intervention services that connect with individuals to break down barriers and provide support while getting into treatment. Click here for details.
- Mothers Overcoming Mood-Altering Substances (MOMS) is an outreach program that helps pregnant and recently pregnant (within 1 year) women engage in treatment and support recovery. For more information, click here.
- Bucks County Crime Stoppers is encouraging the public to get involved with the Push Out The Pusher campaign. If you call the drug tip hotline at 215-345-3784 with information on a drug dealer and that information leads to the arrest and conviction of a drug dealer, that tip will lead to an award up to $5,000. Click here for details.
- Recovery Centers focus on helping the community connect to resources that will help educate individuals and family members about substance use and recovery. Details can be found here.