ADAS Introduces New Executive Director

Heidi1Alcohol & Drug Abuse Services, Inc. (ADAS) announces Heidi Stahlnecker as the new Executive Director and SCA Director of Cameron, Elk and McKean Counties.  She began employment in this new position on June 30, 2014. 

 Prior to joining ADAS, Inc., Heidi was the Brothers Big Sisters Program Coordinator at The Guidance Center.  She brings knowledge and expertise in human services, prevention activities, county collaboration, grant writing and outreach activities to the agency.

 Heidi’s expertise is essential in addressing the drug & alcohol state funding issues that impact our rural area.  Her ability to collaborate with other human services agencies in Cameron, Elk and McKean Counties will be advantageous to the clients served as well as other agencies in the area.  ADAS’s vision, with the commitment of Heidi, is to increase funding in order to expand treatment, case management and education services to individuals affected by substance abuse.   Heidi’s wealth of knowledge and passion will help ADAS move forward in continuing to provide quality drug and alcohol services to the residents of Cameron, Elk, McKean and Potter Counties. 

 Alcohol & Drug Abuse Services, Inc. has seven offices throughout the four county area including:  An Inpatient facility Maple Manor in Port Allegany; and Outpatient offices in Port Allegany, Coudersport, St. Marys, Emporium, Kane and Bradford.  At these facilities ADAS offers a full continuum of services including:  Prevention, Intervention, Outpatient, Intensive Outpatient and Inpatient Treatment, Case Management Services, and Recovery Support Services.  Questions regarding the agency may be made to the Administrative Officer at (814) 642-2910.

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ADAS is the Single County Authority (SCA) for Cameron, Elk and McKean counties. Pregnant women receive preferential services and are a priority population for treatment. There are no treatment service limitations for pregnant women.