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Thank you for your help and support
during this campaign. Your unwavering commitment is
the wind beneath my wings.
On election day, every vote matters. You
matter! And I can't win this race without you.
you for your support and for all that you do.
Sincerely, Jo Ellen
People Above Politics
Team Litz: Treasurer, Cathy Garrison
Honorary Chair: Lt.
Gov. Catherine Baker Knoll --a woman who broke the glass ceiling and
contributed greatly to PA politics; born
in 1930, died
November 12, 2008.
Swatara Watershed Association
American Business Women's Association
Lebanon County Commission for
Democratic Club of Lebanon Valley
Club of Lebanon
Web site paid for by Jo Ellen Litz.
Lebanon County Commission on Drug and Alcohol
220 E Lehman St., Lebanon Pa 17042; phone (717)274-0427
Services available from the Lebanon
County Commission on Drug and Alcohol Abuse:
Substance Abuse Evaluations
Detoxification - Methadone Treatment
Halfway House Programs
Specialized Services for Women and Children
If you are a Lebanon County resident in need of any of these
services, but do not have health insurance or funds to pay for these
services, please contact either New perspective/Roxbury, 701 Chestnut St.,
Lebanon 270-3900 or Renaissance Counseling Center, 701 Chestnut St., Lebanon
The following programs are not funded by LCCDAA, but provide
assistance 24 hours a day in the event of an
Crisis Intervention, Good Samaritan Hospital, 4th & Walnut Sts.,
Lebanon 274-3363-health crisis and medical services
Philhaven Hospital, 283 S Butler Rd., Mt Gretna 273-8871 -
|ACOA (Adult children of alcoholics)
|NAR-ANON (For those affected by some one else's drug
Since 1986 the Lebanon County Commissioners have declared the last week
in October (23-31) as "Red Ribbon Week." As part of this national
campaign against drug and alcohol abuse, local businesses are asked to
help the Lebanon County Drug and Alcohol Prevention Program "paint the
Since its conception, the red ribbon has come to symbolize
each person's individual commitment to a drug-free lifestyle. Red ribbons
are distributed free for the asking. Call
274-2741. The slogan this year is, "Working Towards a Drug
Drug and alcohol abuse continues to be the number one
contributing factor in divorce, child abuse, violent crimes, teen
pregnancy, school drop outs, and suicide. This type of abuse is the
number one killer of our children between the ages of 13 and 20. All of
us share in the responsibility to educate our children and community about
this life threatening disease.
The Red Ribbon Campaign is celebrated across the country
each October. It originated in 1985 when Federal Agent Enrique "kiki"
Camerena was murdered while he was investigating Mexican drug
traffickers. The Red Ribbon became the symbol to reduce the demand for
Goals and Objectives
Fiscal Year 1996 - 1997
Goal 1: To make available an array of substance abuse treatment
services to Lebanon County residents
Objective 1: To maintain ownership and operation of New Perspective
via private provider
Action Step 1: maintain written agreement with provider to operate New
Perspective in accordance with the goals and objectives of the SCA
Action Step 2: Review performance of contracted provider through
ongoing communication and biannual monitoring visits.
Objective 2: To maintain written agreements with ODAP-licensed providers
for the provision of treatment services to Lebanon County residents.
Action Step 1: Develop and execute written agreements with selected
Goal 2: To expand substance abuse services within the Lebanon County
Objective 1: To provide substance abuse therapy to female inmates
incarcerated in the Lebanon County Correctional Facility.
Action Step 1: Add a women's outpatient therapy group to the schedule
of services to the inmate population.
Goal 3: To assure that the Lebanon County Commission on Drug and
Alcohol Abuse is operated in compliance with ODAP regulations.
Objective 1: To develop and implement yearly goals and objectives.
Action Step 1: Review progress toward the goals and objectives of the
agency on a regular basis
Objective 2: To schedule and conduct agency and subcommittee meetings on
a regular basis
Action Step 1: Schedule and conduct monthly Executive Commission
Action Step 2: Schedule and conduct monthly Executive Committee
Action Step 3: Schedule and conduct monthly Prevention Committee
Action Step 4: Schedule and conduct quarterly Treatment Committee
Action Stop 5: Schedule and conduct monthly Budget Committee meetings
Objective 3: To schedule and conduct Service Provider Advisory Task
Force meetings on a regular basis
Action Step 1: Schedule and conduct quarterly Service Provider
Advisory Task Force meetings