Learn More: Prevention & Substance Use Disorders


Crime Alert Berks County
Berks County District Attorney Detective Unit
Pennsylvania State Police
600 Kenhorst Blvd, Reading


Reading Health System

24-Hour Addiction Hotline: 484-628-8186

Treatment Access and Services Center (TASC): 610-375-4426

Addiction Prevention Services

Mike Rowe CAI, CRA, President

904 Penn Ave, Wyomissing


Mentors for Berks Youth

107 W. Lancaster Ave, Shillington, PA 19607

Want to become a mentor?  Contact Executive Director, Pam Rothenberger at 610-777-8890

Berks Women in Crisis

Hotline 610-372-9540

Easy Does It Inc

1300 Hilltop Road, Leesport, PA 19533


Recovery Coaching Services

505 Penn St., 1st Flr, Reading, PA 19601


Medication Drop Box Program – Protect Yourself & Your Family

Kutztown Police Department

45 Railroad Street, Kutztown

Accepted Items: Any unwanted or expired medications, both prescription and over-the-counter, including pet medications. Other items include ointments, inhalers, powder or patch form medications, and even liquid encased in its original plastic leak-proof container. Please note that all accepted medications should be in the original container with personal information blacked out.

Items NOT Accepted: Any loose pills not in standard container or bag, syringes, thermometers, bandages, sun block, lipstick, deodorant, skin cream.

The Berks County Medication Drop Box program is FREE, and ID is not required.


Oasis is an opportunity for middle and high school students (6th thru 10th grade) to relax and hangout afterschool.  Open TUESDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and THURSDAYS from 3-5 pm at the Bethel Nazarene Church. Oasis always follows the KASD school calendar and weather related schedules.

125 Koffee Lane, Kutztown  Email

Council on Chemical Abuse (COCA)

Jackie Steed, Prevention Mgr

601 Penn Street, Suite 600, Reading

Phone: 610-376-8669

Fax: 610-376-8423

Brandywine Heights Task Force

MEND Soul Holistic Arts