Hearts Against Heroin

Hearts Against Heroin is a community initiative developed by Forever Media in Johnstown. The program was developed to help combat the alarming number of overdoses across the local region by raising awareness, focusing on education, and demonstrating a unified effort with the Center of Disease Control and Prevention to put an end to opioid abuse.

Hearts Against Heroin is made possible through underwriting support of  Conemaugh Health System and Somerset Hospital, along with Spangler Subaru, Yeager’s Heating Service, 1st Summit Bank, and Martin Baker America.

Hearts Against Heroin Stickers

Part of Hearts Against Heroin's campaign for awareness is a sticker donation. By displaying the sticker on doors, windows, and other locations, community members can show suport and effort in stopping the use of heroin. .

At Conemuagh Memorial Medical Center, stickers can be purchased at the Main Campus Crossroads Cafe on the third floor.

Proceeds from the stickers benefit the Cambria County Drug Coalition.   



Cambria County Single Country Authority
Weekdays: (814) 536-5388
Weekends/Evenings: (814) 535-8531

Cambria County Drug & Alcohol manages federal, state, and county funds to provide drug and alcohol treatment and prevention programming to county residents. Residents are able to access treatment at no cost by contacting (814)-536-5388. Callers are screened and scheduled for an evaluation that will determine the type of treatment necessary. Case managers, with input from the individual, work to secure a timely and appropriate treatment referral.


Pensylvania 2-1-1

PA 2-1-1 is a regional specific, collaborative efforts to meet the needs of those seeking health and human service information for Pennsylvania. Cambria County residents should click on the image to the left to be directed to the region specific, PA 2-1-1 website, or call PA 2-1-1 by dialing 2-1-1.


Alliance Medical Services
24 hour overdose hotline: (814) 269-4700

Medication assisted treatment and counseling services.


PA Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs
1-800-6624357 (HELP)


The Commonwealth Prevention Alliance

This website educates parents, teachers, family members, and others about the risks associated with prescription painkiller and heroin abuse, the relationship between prescription painkillers and heroin abuse, and what to do for help.


Botvin LifeSkills Training

The Botvin LifeSkills Training (LST) is the #1 rated evidence-based youth development program. Implemented in schools all over the U.S. and in 36 countries around the world, Botvin LST fosters youth development by teaching personal coping skills, general social skills, and skills for resisting pressures to smoke, drink, use drugs, and engage in other risk behaviors.


National Family Partnership

The National Family Partnership (NFP), formerly the National Federation of Parents for Drug Free Youth, was established in 1980. NFP has devoted its efforts to the well-being of you. As a national leader in drug prevention education and advocate, their mission is to lead and support our nation's families and communities in nurturing a healthy drug-free youth.


Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America

Since 1992, CADCA has demonstrated that when all sectors of a community come together - social change happens. CADCA is the premier membership organization representing those working to make their communities safe, healthy, and drug free.