What is the CJDAC?
The Clearfield-Jefferson Drug and Alcohol Commission is the Single County Authority (SCA) for substance abuse services in the two-county area. The agency is responsible for the planning, funding, and coordination of local alcohol and other drug programs. Direct services provided by the Commission include Prevention, Student Assistance Program services and trainings, Case Management, and Hepatitis C screenings. Treatment services are sub-contracted to other local agencies.
All alcohol and other drug programs abide by strict Federal and State confidentiality laws. Any disclosure of information is made only with written consent of the individual.
CJDAC provides the means to connect to support groups for individuals to share their experience, strength, and hope with others experiencing similar issues. The support groups are tailored to promote growth by the sharing of personal experience in a safe and secure environment.
Wellness and Recovery
The goal of the programs offered by the Clearfield-Jefferson Drug and Alcohol Commission are to promote wellness and recovery in individuals that are affected by substance abuse and addiction. Addiction is a treatable disease and recovery is always a possibility. Treatment benefits not only the affected individual but also the family, friends, co-workers, and society as a whole. Educating people reduces the stigma associated with addiction and treatment. Accurate knowledge of the disease helps people to understand the importance of providing appropriate support to those in treatment, treatment programs and those who work in the field.
In addition, providing a program of total wellness is also a goal of the Commission. As one scrolls through our pages, please remember that recovery and wellness is a total process for the individual.
The Clearfield Jefferson Drug and Alcohol Commission shall not discriminate in the provision of any services provided by the agency based on age, sex, race, ethnicity, color, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, handicap, or religion.