Drug and Alcohol
About the DepartmentThe Bradford/Sullivan Drug & Alcohol Single County Authority (SCA) is responsible for the delivery of Drug & Alcohol services in the area of prevention, intervention and treatment within Bradford and Sullivan counties. The SCA assesses the needs within the county and develops programs that are designed to meet those needs using the most efficient means possible. Some of those needs are best met by contracting for services with out of county providers. The SCA acts on behalf of the Bradford County Commissioners to manage State and Federal grants.
Department ServicesDrug and Alcohol services are important to those in need. The drug and alcohol program of Bradford and Sullivan Counties can assist those in need in the following ways; Evaluation and Referral, Outpatient, D&A Partial Hospitalization, Inpatient Rehabilitation, Halfway House, Intensive Case Management and Methadone Maintenance. In addition we offer special and immediate services for; Pregnant Injecting Drug Users, Pregnant Substance Abuse Users, Intravenous Drug Users and Addicted Women with Children.
How to Obtain Services
If there is a risk of injury or death: Call 911 immediately!
If you feel your life is out of control call: 1-800-588-1828 or (570) 265-1760
After hours call Helpline: 1-888-829-1341
Debra Sharp, BA, CADC - SCA Director:
Debra earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology from Lycoming College and has been working in the field of addictions since 2002. She has been employed by Bradford/Sullivan D&A, SCA since 2009 and held the position of Case Manager prior to being promoted to Director. Her experience ranges from inpatient and outpatient treatment to case management, working with adolescents, adults, and families.
- Pennsylvania Department of Health
- Pennsylvania Association of County Drug and Alcohol Administrators
- Institute for Research, Education & Training in Addictions
- Drug & Alcohol Advisory Board
Contact the Department
220 Main Street Unit 1
Phone: (570) 265-1760
Toll Free: (800) 588-1828
Fax: (570) 265-8541