I was handed a joint and a beer when I was 16, and did not put them down for 10 years! I was on my way to the Washington, DC area, riding in the passenger seat of a 1978 Datsun 280sx, flying down 95 South. I was looking forward to a week away from home […]
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Project Live UP promotes prevention and recovery by providing education, assistance and support to individuals and families impacted by substance use disorder. Learn More
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Community Meeting on Monday, February 17
7 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Upper Perk Ambulance Bldg. on Buck Rd., Pennsburg
Hunter Robbins from Access Services is going to speak on the topic of suicidality and SUD,
namely the impulsivity one can experience when using as it relates to committing suicide, and the risk factors.
Recovery is Possible
(Open to Anyone in Recovery)
Family Recovery Support Sessions
Every Thursday at 7 p.m.
Both at Project Live’s office:
The Center at The Open Link
517 Jefferson St., E. Greenville
Project Live’s Phone: 724-617-2703
Naloxone Distribution and Training
Tuesday, March 10 at MCCC Pottstown Campus
Pre-registration is required. Click here to register.
Read On Anvils of Experience
By Dave Lintvedt, Project Live UP Member
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15 July 2019 Ambulance Building-E. Buck Rd, Pennsburg
The monthly meeting of Project Live.
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We hold our General Meetings at 7 p.m. on the 3rd Monday of every month at the UPV Ambulance building at 2199 East Buck Road Pennsburg, PA 18073.