Who We Are

Project Live Upper Perk is a grassroots organization, formed by representatives of the Upper Perkiomen Valley community in response to the growing number of individuals and families who are suffering from substance use disorder (SUD).

Board President: Mary Young

Vice President: Jill Adams

Secretary: Erin Sweed

Treasurer: Luanne Stauffer

Board Members: Rob Carpenter, Michelle Forsell, Cathy Fried, David Lintvedt, Will Pike, Ernie Quatrani, Vicki Thren.

Our Mission

Project Live will provide educational, social, preventative, and rehabilitative support to those affected by Substance Use Disorder in the Upper Perkiomen Valley. Moreover, we aim to strengthen the fabric of the Upper Perk Valley by making inter-agency cooperation the normal mode of operation to care for those in our services.

Financial Assistance

We will work to attain the financial means to bridge the monetary gap between what insurance companies or government assistance programs will cover for an individual to receive immediate and exigent treatment associated with substance use disorder. (This alone will save lives.)

Community Partnerships

Foster strong and everlasting community partnerships to better the quality of life of all person(s) suffering, in one way or another, from this disease, now and in the future.

Form Committees

We will form appropriate committees with members who either live or have strong affiliations to the Upper Perkiomen Valley in order to create strong social bonds and effectively do the assigned work of the committe.

Open A Business

Open a business (such as a used furniture retailer) in order to generate income for Project Live. The business would also provide employment to individuals who successfully graduated from the court’s diversion program and are in the process of being reintegrated.

Looking To Volunteer?

If you would like to give your time and talents, please contact us via email: projectliveuporg@gmail.com