American Lung Association
Provides tools to help smokers quit, as well as, information for parents who want to keep their kids from smoking or encourage them to quit if they’ve already started to smoke.
Center for Schools and Communities
Focuses on prevention and intervention initiatives operated by schools, organizations, and agencies serving children, youth and families.
Pennsylvania's CHIP program puts health coverage within reach for all uninsured kids and teens who are not eligible for or enrolled in Medical Assistance.
Contact to Care: Call 2-1-1
This program employs community health workers to help individuals navigate the healthcare system, overcome barriers to care, and connect with a primary medical home.
Cumberland-Perry Drug & Alcohol Commission
Provides a comprehensive list of services offered locally including a downloadable listing of secure medication collection boxes and prescription medication disposal guidelines.
A service that helps families in need find low-cost Internet solutions.
Keeping Children Safe Online
Information from the United State Computer Emergency Readiness Team
PA Free Quitline: 1-800-784-8669
A free program that provides helpful tools, information, and support for smokers who want to quit.
Resources for Parents Dealing With Tragedy
Parents may find these resources helpful in dealing with issues related to grief, fear, and confusion in children following a tragedy.
Safe Kids Pennsylvania
Promotes the prevention of childhood injuries in Pennsylvania through education, collaboration, and advocacy.
Teenline: 717-763-2345 or 1-800-722-5385
A 24-hour helpline thru Holy Spirit Hospital providing help to teens facing serious issues at school or home, and parents trying to cope with a troubled son or daughter.
York-Adams Drug & Alcohol Commission
Provides a comprehensive list of services offered locally.