911 Emergency Services

Dial 9-1-1 if someone is unresponsive, or if you require the immediate assistance from the police, the fire department, or an ambulance. Also dial 9-1-1 before (or immediately after) you administer Narcan (naloxone) to revive someone who has overdosed on opioids such as heroin or prescription painkillers.

Crisis Intervention Service – 24 hrs

275 Hess Blvd
Lancaster, PA 17601

Services: Mental Health/Mental Retardation; 24-hour Central Intake; D&A Crisis Service/referral and suicide prevention. Outreach Service available to those suffering a mental health emergency. Assessments for those needing mental health admission.

Compass Mark Addiction Resource Center

Monday- Friday, 9am – 5pm

1891 Santa Barbara Dr, Suite 104
Lancaster, PA 17601

Services: Support and confidential answers to questions about addiction, intervention, treatment and recovery; referrals to local services.

White Deer Run Treatment Network

53 North West End Avenue
Lancaster, PA 17604

Services: Short-term medically monitored detoxification, short-term rehab, and  24-hour admissions.

PA Adult & Teen Challenge

PO Box 98
Rehrersburg, PA 19550

Services: Short-term medically monitored detoxification, short-term rehab, long-term faith-centered program, and  24-hour admissions.

**Pregnant women are a priority population**
If a pregnant woman cannot immediately enter a treatment program, contact White Deer Run at (866) 769-6822 or PA Adult & Teen Challenge at (888) 804-8085.

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