Drug and Alcohol

James Eagler


James Eagler


Contact James

Joseph Bailey

Recovery Oriented Systems of Care(ROSC) Specialist

Jordan Bailey

Case Management Specialist

Danielle Beaver

Program Specialist

Katelyn Becker

Prevention Specialist

Amanda Carbaugh

Administrative Assistant II

Jennifer Courtney

DAPP/RIPP Case Management Specialist

Tobin Kercheval

Deputy Administrator

Kathryn Lugo

Case Management Specialist

Shannon Peterson

Case Management Specialist

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