Meuser For Congress Unveils Harm Reduction And Recovery Resource Center During National Recovery Month

POTTSVILLE- As part of our ongoing commitment to raise awareness of and be part of the solution to the drug epidemic plaguing our areas, this week the Meuser for Congress campaign unveils its Harm Reduction & Recovery Resource Center. Click here to view.

"For the past year, I've spent a great deal of time talking with people across the 9th Congressional District about the drug epidemic, particularly opioids. Our campaign hosted a productive opioid roundtable at our Pottsville Headquarters this summer. Shortly after that, we attended Drug Awareness Day in Pottsville organized by Corey McCabe who founded Alive2Day, which does advocacy work," said Meuser, "From law enforcement, healthcare experts, to people in recovery...all of us agree, so much more must be done." 

The Meuser for Congress campaign is unveiling the Harm Reduction and Recovery Resource Center in September, which is National Recovery Month, so that people in the 9th District have a place they can go to find area resources with ease. 

Meuser added, "Should we be successful in our campaign, we look forward to continuing to expand the Resource Center further. We are focused on solutions...we will make fighting this drug epidemic a top priority."

Corey McCabe from Alive2Day commented that the resource center is something he hasn't seen locally before, "It's fantastic, looks great," and he added, "Dan is a person that just simply wants to do the right thing for the people. He completely engages in every conversation, listens more than he talks, asks a lot of good questions, receives feedback, more than he gives it...great attribute of a leader."

Dan Meuser is a Candidate for US Congress. Dan has served both as a private sector businessman responsible for helping create thousands of jobs and as Secretary of the Department of Revenue for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.  He has many endorsements from law enforcement, including the Luzerne County DA Stefanie Salavantis,  Lebanon County DA Dave Arnold, Berks County Sheriff Eric Weaknecht and Lebanon County Sheriff Bruce Klingler. 

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