WHAT IS LET'S TALK...?
Let's Talk... is the three-year initiative to overcome addiction in our community funded by the Meadville Medical Center Foundation, in partnership with the Crawford County Overdose Prevention Coalition.
The Meadville Medical Center Foundation will be sponsoring various initiatives over the next three years to overcome addiction. Founded in 1992, the Meadville Medical Center Foundation was established to meet the identified healthcare needs in the region. The primary focus of the Foundation is to advance the long-term health of the community by funding new services and equipment at the Meadville Medical Center (MMC). The disease of addiction is a family disease, and the aim of overcoming addiction advances the long-term health of our community
The Meadville Medical Center Foundation is asking "Let's Talk...". Together we can overcome addiction in our community.
RECOVERY SERVICE NAVIGATOR
Meadville Medical Center is pleased to announce John Hartnett as the Recovery Service Navigator.
John is a life-long resident of Meadville and an Allegheny College graduate. He became involved in local recovery efforts in 2015, following the deaths of several close friends to opioid overdose. In addition to being the Recovery Service Navigator, John is also President of Not One More Northwest Pa, a non-profit focusing on supporting the addict and their families, connecting them with support groups, treatment options, and life-saving naloxone.
The Recovery Service Navigator position was created through the Let’s Talk campaign to function as a comprehensive resource for anyone seeking information about treatment and support options related to opioid addiction. With no cost and no obligation, the service is available to anyone by calling 814-333-3916 and visiting www.letstalkhelps.com.
John is available as a resource to anyone who seeks to learn more about the services that are available and how individuals can connect with them. His services are not just for the individual battling addiction, but for family members, loved ones, and friends as well.
If you have questions, Let’s talk...
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