Drug and Alcohol

James Eagler


James Eagler


Contact James

Jordan Bailey

Case Management Specialist

Danielle Beaver

Program Specialist

Katelyn Becker

Prevention Specialist

Amanda Carbaugh

Administrative Assistant II

Jennifer Courtney

DDAP/RIPP Case Management Specialist

Tobin Kercheval

Deputy Administrator

Kathryn Lugo

Case Management Specialist Trainee

Shannon Peterson

Case Management Specialist Trainee

Arielle Rose

Case Management Specialist

Call: 717-263-1256 Office

email: ffda@franklincountypa.gov


Call 1-800-662-4357

Text 717-216-0905

Web chat

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Program Description

The Franklin/Fulton Drug and Alcohol (FFDA), often referred to as the SCA or "Single County Authority", has contracted with the Department of Drug and Alcohol to oversee and/or carry out the administration, implementation, and completion of drug and alcohol services within Franklin and Fulton Counties.


Franklin/Fulton Drug and Alcohol has three subdivisions:

  • Prevention/Intervention

  • Case Management


Drug and Alcohol Screening Options

Business Hours (Monday-Friday, 8:30-4:30)

(717) 263-1256

After hours (24 hours a day)


(800) 662-4357


(877) 907-6237

Contact Us

Human Services Building

425 Franklin Farm Lane
Chambersburg, PA 17202

(717) 263-1256 
(Follow prompts to inpatient & outpatient facilities and a listing of our staff)

Fax (717) 709-2300


Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 - 4:30
Closed on weekends and all county observed holidays


Franklin County Opioid Settlement

Over the next two decades, Franklin County could receive as much as $6.5 million to combat the ongoing opioid epidemic, thanks to two nationwide settlements with drug manufacturers and distributors. The Franklin County Commissioners, with recommendations from the Franklin/Fulton Drug and Alcohol Advisory Board and community stakeholders, will use those funds to fight the ongoing opioid epidemic.


Background Information


Exhibit E


PA Opioid Misuse and Addiction Abatement Trust


Are you concerned that a loved one is at risk for overdosing on heroin or a prescription pain medication?

Getting Help Brochure

Need help? Click HERE to view our brochure

Guide to Drug and Alcohol Services


Learn more about the services we offer HERE