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Lebanon County, PA
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.
If you are experiencing a mental health emergency that requires immediate attention, please contact Lebanon County Crisis Intervention at 717-274-3363 or dial 9-8-8.
24-hour, 7 days/week emergency mental health service provided for persons experiencing anxiety, depression, suicidal or homicidal thoughts
Our Information & Referral Team offers confidential, individualized support for anyone impacted by addiction, including referrals to treatment and recovery support services at (717) 299-2831.
Monday – Friday/ 9am to 5pm
Web chat at www.compassmark.org
Individuals seeking treatment or substance use support for themselves or a loved one can call the toll-free PA Get Help Now helpline at 1-800-662-HELP (4357).
The free, confidential hotline is available 24 hours/day, 365 days /year, and staffed by trained professionals.
Live chat or text message to (17) 216-0905
Funding for individuals without insurance coverage who meet eligibility requirements is offered by the Lancaster County Drug & Alcohol Commission. The Commission and its contracted service providers shall give the identified Priority Populations preference to treatment as follows, and in the following order: pregnant individuals who inject drugs; pregnant individuals who use substances; persons who inject drugs; overdose survivors; and veterans.
This list is partially provided to Compass Mark by the Lancaster County Drug & Alcohol Commission (the Commission). Compass Mark and the Commission do not specifically endorse the services on this website, but are merely making a comprehensive list available to the general public.