Heroin Task Force


The Clearfield-Jefferson Heroin Task Force, Inc. was formed in 2004 by a group of concerned citizens in response to the alarming rise in the use of heroin in our local communities.  The trend continues to this day.  Heroin is now the number two drug of choice for people entering into treatment in our region.   Heroin use, as any addiction,  not only affects the individual user, but also family members, children, employers, businesses, the health care profession and our courts to name a few.


The Mission of the Task Force is to raise awareness in Clearfield and Jefferson County Communities regarding the use of heroin.  In addition the Task Force seeks to provide education and important information regarding the disease of addiction.  As the Task Force is a private non-profit, with no paid employees, 99% of any money raised, goes back in the communities of Clearfield and Jefferson Counties, with very little retained for operations (filing of tax documents, postage, paper etc.)

Membership and Participation

Any interested person may become a member of the Task Force.  Those serving as Director shall have voting privileges.  All non-voting members are automatically considered members of the Advisory Board.  Advisory Board members and Directors are, at times, also called upon to serve on committees and perform other functions as requested by the Board.

All members of the Task Force, whether they are considered directors or advisory board members, have voting privileges to elect the Board of Directors at the Annual Meeting.

The Task Force meets once every other month, on the third Thursday of each month at 12:00 p.m. If you are interested in joining the Task Force, please call 814-371-9002 and ask for the Rural Health Outreach Coordinator.


Please visit the CJHTF’s project page for a list of Task Force sponsored projects.

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