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Drug Rehab Pennsylvania

Drug addiction in Pennsylvania is a serious issue that represents a wide-ranging number of social consequences; thus creating the need for quality drug rehab centers in the state. A variety of drug rehabilitation approaches are available in the state Pennsylvania, but it can be confusing if an individual that is seeking help does not have easy access to professional guidance concerning substance abuse treatment. There are inpatient drug rehabs in Pennsylvania that offer residential drug treatment, where the individual lives at the facility in order to receive around the clock support from the staff at the center. Outpatient drug rehabilitation in Pennsylvania most often requires that the individual that is being treated for a drug addiction attends numerous sessions at the clinic at various intervals for several hours at a time. While many people that are seeking drug treatment in Pennsylvania may choose the option of local outpatient rehabilitation in order to stay as close to home as possible, not everyone will benefit from this limited level of care. There is also the length of the Pennsylvania drug rehab program to consider, such as long term or short term options. There has been much research regarding drug treatment methods, and the majority of the data that has been studied has indicated that long term inpatient drug rehab is by far the best choice for individuals seeking help for a chronic drug addiction.

The negative effects of a drug addiction can lead to the dissolution of a marriages, job dismissals and legal problems. Drug addiction can have a negative impact on the entire family unit and can often lead to destructive patterns of codependency. Codependence is generally a common trait in a family that is dealing with a drug addiction; family members may inadvertently enable the individual's drug use through various means, such as covering it up, supplying money for drugs or alcohol, or by being in denial about the substance abuse problem. Oftentimes, when family members are dealing with the individual that is struggling with a drug addiction, they will become extremely frustrated and feel helpless. Speaking to a professional at a Pennsylvania drug rehab facility can help a family to determine the level of the drug addiction that exists, which in turn can aid them in making the right choice in terms of substance abuse treatment options. Drug addiction has a negative impact on the lives on every person that is connected to the addict, as the individual maintains a lifestyle that is often drama filled and always totally unpredictable. When an individual is in the midst of a drug addiction, the threat of a deadly overdose is never far from the minds of the people who care about the addict. The only way to avoid this type of constant worry is to intervene by supporting the addict in finding a drug rehab center with a proven track record in successfully treating drug addiction.

Most individuals cannot stop using drugs without the professional assistance of a drug rehab program. There is too much that is working against the individual that attempts to wean themselves off of the drug with the goal of breaking the addiction. A Pennsylvania drug rehab facility can help to assist the addict by offering them a great deal of support in addition to a structured drug addiction recovery plan. When an individual makes the decision to accept the assistance of a quality drug rehab, they will have a much greater chance of successfully recovering from the drug addiction. An individual that makes the commitment to seek drug rehabilitation is taking the first positive step towards the goal of long term sobriety.

  • Law enforcement investigations in Pennsylvania have indicated that the diversion of Vicodin, OxyContin and pseudoephedrine is a serious drug threat in the state.
  • In the state of Pennsylvania, both powder and crack cocaine remain among the most available and abused drugs.
  • In the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, South American heroin is readily available, as distributors continue to target new customers in rural areas of the state. Higher purity heroin is more readily available in the northeastern and southwestern parts of the state.
  • The abuse and trafficking of methamphetamine and crystal meth are a significant drug threat in the state of Pennsylvania; consumption of the drug is mostly concentrated in the Philadelphia area.
  • In Pennsylvania, ecstasy is most readily available at all night dance parties at nightclubs in Philadelphia and Pittsburg, but it also is available on college campuses throughout the state.
  • Marijuana is abundantly available in wholesale and retail quantities in the state of Pennsylvania. Over 4 million of Pennsylvania citizens have reported that the occasional use of marijuana is a "great risk".
  • The latest results from the National Survey of Drug use and Health (NSDUH), have reported that approximately 823,000 of Pennsylvania citizens that are over the age of 12 have reported using an illicit drug in the last 30 days.
  • Additional NSDUH results from the state of Pennsylvania have indicated that over 280,000 of citizens in the state have reported illicit drug dependence within the last year.
  • Over 43% of Pennsylvania high school seniors that were surveyed, have reported using marijuana on at least one occasion.
  • The most available drugs that are currently being trafficked illegally in the state of Pennsylvania are marijuana, cocaine, and heroin.
  • PCP and LSD are primarily available in the state of Pennsylvania in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia.
  • In the state of Pennsylvania, heroin trafficking and distribution are major concerns; law enforcement investigations have revealed that drug trafficking organizations are relocating from inner city neighborhoods into some of the smaller cities, in search of new customers and higher profits.

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Pennsylvania Drug Information and Drug Trafficking

Pennsylvania drug information shows that heroin, powder cocaine, crack cocaine, and marijuana are the four most available, popular, and trafficked illegal drugs in the state. However, clandestinely manufactured drugs, such as methamphetamine, and club drugs, such as MDMA (ecstasy), are also readily available to users of various ages and socioeconomic backgrounds. PCP and LSD are available primarily to users in the Philadelphia and Pittsburgh areas and although OxyContin availability appears to be decreasing, other diverted pharmaceutical drugs remain available to users throughout Pennsylvania.

Drug trafficking information from the state shows that Pennsylvania's largest city, Philadelphia, sits on the Interstate 95 corridor, the east coast's most frequently traveled highway that runs from Boston, through New York City and Washington, DC, to Miami. Philadelphia's location and proximity to New York makes it not only a consumer market, but also a source city for distributors operating in the rest of Pennsylvania and in surrounding areas.

Illegal drugs are primarily distributed by Hispanic and African-American groups that are scattered throughout Pennsylvania. They distribute drugs that are either transported into the state via various transshipment points or are shipped/transported directly to Philadelphia or other localities using a variety of methods, including local importation and subsequent transportation to New York-based traffickers. Parcel services are also commonly used to ship quantities of drugs to recipients in Pennsylvania.

While Philadelphia's street corner distribution networks are generally considered the main sources of supply for drugs sold to users in Pennsylvania, intelligence indicates that local distribution networks are also directly supplied by trafficking organizations based in New York and other major domestic source areas. Drug trafficking of heroin and distribution of this drug are the DEA Philadelphia Division's top enforcement priorities, especially as investigations reveal that trafficking organizations, in the search for new customer and higher profits, are relocating from inner city neighborhoods into some of the smaller cities and rural areas in Pennsylvania.

This trend remains a significant concern to state and local law enforcement, community, and treatment officials, who are worried about the increasing violence and number of overdose deaths that accompany the spread of heroin into their neighborhoods. Officials from DEA Philadelphia and state and local law enforcement are concerned about the apparent increase and eastward movement of methamphetamine production into Pennsylvania, primarily due to the safety hazards associated with the production. DEA and state law enforcement continue to discover and dismantle clandestine methamphetamine laboratories throughout the state, especially in rural northwestern Pennsylvania, which is becoming known to local officials as the "meth capital of Pennsylvania."

Pennsylvania drug information shows that cocaine, in powder and crack forms, remains widely available and popular in the state. Both forms are available in various quantities to users located both in the inner city neighborhoods of Philadelphia and Pittsburgh as well as in smaller cities and towns across the state.

Quantities of powder cocaine are also available to local distributors who convert or "cook" the powder cocaine into crack cocaine. Due to its wide availability and relative ease of use (smoking), the popularity and use of crack cocaine is unsurpassed in most of Pennsylvania, while only the popularity of heroin is comparable in Philadelphia.

Cocaine use continues to infiltrate a variety of populations both within inner city neighborhoods of the larger metropolitan areas and in smaller urban and rural localities throughout Pennsylvania, regardless of economic status or ethnic background.

Drug trafficking sources in Pennsylvania share that New York City remains the primary source area for cocaine distributed in Pennsylvania. Some distributors continue to travel to Philadelphia to purchase cocaine and crack cocaine, while other distributors from eastern Pennsylvania travel to New York to purchase large quantities of powder cocaine for distribution to local users or to "cook" and sell as crack cocaine.

Heroin remains widely available in Pennsylvania, as distributors continue to relocate from source cities to the state's smaller towns and rural areas to attract new customers. Although the greater Philadelphia area is generally considered a consumer heroin market, North Philadelphia's street corner distribution sites also attract distributors from locales throughout Pennsylvania.

The relocation of trafficking and distribution organizations over the last few years resulted in the increasing availability of heroin in locations once thought to be exempt from the problems associated with heroin distribution and use. For example, Pennsylvania drug information investigations reveal that cheap, high-purity heroin is now readily available in the northeastern and southwestern parts of Pennsylvania, areas where cocaine distribution dominated for years.

Heroin availability was relatively stable in the rest of Pennsylvania, as it remains easy for users to obtain heroin it most cities and towns in the state. Some of these cities and towns, especially Allentown, Bethlehem, Reading, and Easton have become lower-level distribution points for users and distributors operating in surrounding communities. These cities are not only located within a short drive of Philadelphia and other localities in eastern Pennsylvania, but are also located within a short drive of New York City - the prime source city for heroin consumed in Pennsylvania.

Pennsylvania drug information sources share that the increasing availability of cheaper, higher purity heroin over the last few years has caused concern throughout Pennsylvania over a growing heroin use problem that reaches all areas and all socioeconomic backgrounds. Heroin's popularity among teens and young adults remains high, as they and other users consume heroin either by itself or in combination with cocaine or alcohol - a combination that typically leads to overdose deaths. In Pennsylvania, the perception of heroin remaining a problem only in the inner cities is disappearing, as demonstrated by rising counts of heroin-related deaths in areas far from the inner cities.

In Pennsylvania, meth is available in varying quantities with consumption concentrated in the Philadelphia area. The majority of the methamphetamine used in Pennsylvania is supplied by local traffickers who manufacture or produce it themselves and by major trafficking organizations operating in California and Mexico.

Intelligence indicates that these organizations transport methamphetamine into Pennsylvania using a variety of methods, including private vehicles, commercial bus luggage, and packages shipped via express mail and parcel services. Although the availability of methamphetamine in Pennsylvania is relatively low compared to the Midwestern and western United States, investigations and reports from state and local law enforcement confirm the eastward movement of methamphetamine production into Pennsylvania.

In particular, rural areas, such as the northwestern counties and Pocono Mountain have been infiltrated with small, yet dangerous, methamphetamine laboratories, as numerous seizures have documented by law enforcement in the last few years. The rural parts of Pennsylvania remained the most popular sites for clandestine laboratories due to the reduced risk of detection caused by the pungent odor of a laboratory as well as the likelihood of a lesser law enforcement presence.

However, investigations continued to reveal that small-scale laboratories exist anywhere from residences to motel rooms in cities and towns throughout Pennsylvania. These laboratories account for the vast majority of methamphetamine laboratories seized in Pennsylvania and the majority of methamphetamine available in western Pennsylvania. However, the production output of these laboratories represent only a small percentage of the methamphetamine consumed in all of Pennsylvania.

Though not nearly as popular as heroin, cocaine, or crack cocaine, methamphetamine is attractive because of its longer lasting high and because users can easily produce their own methamphetamine with readily available recipes, precursor chemicals or ingredients, and equipment. Laboratory operators use various means to obtain precursor chemicals, including diversion from legitimate sources and self-production. However, precursor chemicals include commonly used household products/chemicals, such as lye, and over the counter drugs, such as pseudoephedrine, most of which are readily available at retail stores.

The most common club drug in Pennsylvania is MDMA (ecstasy). It is mostly available at rave parties and nightclubs in the metropolitan areas of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia and Pittsburgh). However, ecstasy remains available to and popular among teenagers and young adults on college campuses across the state. Gamma hydroxybutyric acid (GHB), the GHB precursor gamma butyrolactone (GBL), and ketamine are also available in Philadelphia-area nightclubs, while GHB was available and used in central Pennsylvania.

Pennsylvania drug traffickers note that New York City is the primary source area for the retail quantities of MDMA available in the state. Investigations indicate that MDMA is smuggled by Israeli and Dutch nationals as well as by members of Russian and Israeli organized crime groups from the Netherlands, through Canada, New York, and the Caribbean, and then to cities in Pennsylvania.

Wholesale quantities of MDMA tablets are also shipped and transported directly into Pennsylvania via mail/parcel services or by couriers flying into major international airports. Philadelphia International Airport is one of these locations, where couriers travel with suitcases or wearing clothing that conceals tablets.

Marijuana is readily available in varying quantities in Pennsylvania. It is easily obtained and used by individuals from a variety of ethnic populations and socioeconomic sectors. Recreational use of marijuana is popular among high school and college age students, while adults remain the predominant users of marijuana, especially in large social gatherings, such as rock concerts.

Reports indicate that marijuana is typically smoked in combination with crack cocaine, heroin, and PCP. The primary source area of marijuana distribution in Pennsylvania is the US southwest border region, including Texas, Arizona, California and Mexico.

Various means of transport are typically employed by traffickers transporting large quantities of marijuana into the state, including concealing it among loads in tractor-trailers, private vehicles, passenger luggage on commercial aircrafts, buses, and trains; the US Postal Service; and parcel shipping companies (e.g. UPS, Fedex). Smaller amounts of marijuana are "home-grown," especially in the northwestern counties of Pennsylvania, while recent reports of indoor and outdoor marijuana grow seizures indicate that smaller growing operations exist elsewhere in Pennsylvania.

Due to their proximity to major interstates, various cities and towns in Pennsylvania are considered transshipment points as well as consumer markets. In particular, the Harrisburg area, which is home to several trucking and parcel shipping hubs, remains an intermediary point for marijuana trafficking organizations transporting bulk loads of marijuana throughout the eastern United States.

Drug information sources in the Philadelphia area note that phencyclidine (PCP) is available and commonly used with marijuana. Reports continue to indicate that lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) remains available in western Pennsylvania and in smaller urban areas north and west of Philadelphia. Caucasian juveniles and young adults who reside in these smaller urban areas and area colleges are reportedly the predominant users and distributors of LSD.

California is the most commonly reported source area for quantities of LSD, while California and New York are considered the source areas for the PCP that is primarily distributed in Philadelphia. Typically, these drugs are transported in vehicles or shipped in parcels via the US Postal Service or other parcel services.

A variety of diverted pharmaceutical drugs are available to users in Pennsylvania. Oxycodone products remained among the most frequently diverted and used pharmaceutical drugs in the state. According to reports, OxyContin is more expensive and more difficult to obtain in Pennsylvania and as a result, users are switching to heroin. Other oxycodone products, however, such as Percodan, Percocet, Tylox, and Roxicet remain particularly popular in Philadelphia, but are also used throughout the rest of the state.

Fentanyl patches continue to be distributed and worn by users while methadone remained popular and available in Philadelphia. Tablet forms of hydrocodone products, such as Vicodin, Lortab, and Lorcet, and cough syrups, such as Tussionex and Hycodan, remain popular in Pennsylvania. Xanax remains one of the pharmaceutical drugs of choice in Pennsylvania while Promethazine cough syrup remains available and popular with users in Philadelphia.

The DEA Philadelphia Division recently learned of a new prescription drug that is available on the streets. Known as Actiq, this drug contains fentanyl and is intended for use only to treat and manage severe cancer pain. An Actiq unit consists of a medicated, raspberry-flavored lozenge on a handle and is known on the street as a "Percopop," likely due to their resemblance to lollipops.

The most common methods of diverting pharmaceutical drugs are theft, fraud, direct wholesale purchases, physicians/health care professionals prescribing controlled substances for people with no legitimate medical need, prescription forgery, and "doctor shopping" schemes. In addition, large-scale diversion from independent and chain retail pharmacies remains a problem throughout Pennsylvania. Illegitimate internet pharmacies are examples of the relatively new phenomenon of employing the internet to facilitate and cover up criminal activity and are targets of investigations in Pennsylvania.

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Blairsville, PA. 15717
50 East New Street
Lancaster, PA. 17602
3221 Kensington Avenue
Philadelphia, PA. 19134
2304 Jane Street
Pittsburgh, PA. 15203
246 Friendship Circle
Beaver, PA. 15009
1031 West Linden Street
Allentown, PA. 18102
419-421 East 22nd Street
Chester, PA. 19013
5515 Peach Street
Erie, PA. 16509


1151 Pocono Boulevard
Mount Pocono, PA. 18344
840 Main Street
Honesdale, PA. 18431
519 Penn Avenue
Turtle Creek, PA. 15145
1566 Medical Drive
Pottstown, PA. 19464
350 North 11th Street
Sunbury, PA. 17801
801 Old York Road
Jenkintown, PA. 19046
777 Blakeslee Boulevard Drive East
Lehighton, PA. 18235
50 Parkwood Drive
Chambersburg, PA. 17201
1840 Washington Road
Washington, PA. 15301
5712 Iroquois Avenue
Harborcreek, PA. 16421
90 West Afton Avenue
Morrisville, PA. 19067
35 East Elizabeth Avenue
Bethlehem, PA. 18018
645 Penn Street
Reading, PA. 19601
3418 Bristol Pike
Bensalem, PA. 19020
220 East King Street
York, PA. 17403
837 5th Avenue
Ford City, PA. 16226
64 School Street
Millerton, PA. 16936
445 Westridge Road
Somerset, PA. 15501
456 North Pitt Street
Mercer, PA. 16137
183 Old Belmont Avenue
Bala Cynwyd, PA. 19004
1851 West End Avenue
Pottsville, PA. 17901
1327 Wyoming Avenue
Scranton, PA. 18509
1 North Wilson Avenue
Bristol, PA. 19007
194 West Sproul Road
Springfield, PA. 19064
223 West Broad Street
Hazleton, PA. 18201
401 East Murphy Avenue
Connellsville, PA. 15425
400 Woodland Road
Aliquippa, PA. 15001
1500 5th Avenue
McKeesport, PA. 15132
465 West Main Street
Mountville, PA. 17554
100 Eagleville Road
Norristown, PA. 19403
130 West North Street
New Castle, PA. 16101
1100 Grampian Boulevard
Williamsport, PA. 17701
109 Broadway
Bangor, PA. 18013
1 Guthrie Square
Sayre, PA. 18840
815 Orphanage Road
Littlestown, PA. 17340
1801 Oberlin Road
Middletown, PA. 17057
320 King of Prussia Road
Wayne, PA. 19087
201 Reeceville Road
Coatesville, PA. 19320
233 East Pitt Street
Bedford, PA. 15522
804 Sarah Street
Stroudsburg, PA. 18360
314 Moore Building
University Park, PA. 16802
1100 South Cameron Street
Harrisburg, PA. 17104
18336 Route 522
Beavertown, PA. 17813
10 Buist Road
Milford, PA. 18337
1166 Hilts Road
Wrightsville, PA. 17368
121 South Prospect Street
Nanticoke, PA. 18634
One Mellon Way
Latrobe, PA. 15650
500 East Chestnut Avenue
Altoona, PA. 16601
614 North Easton Road
Glenside, PA. 19038
521 Route 228
Mars, PA. 16046
649 East Main Street
Lititz, PA. 17543
512 Township Line Road
Plymouth Meeting, PA. 19462
24727 Route 6
Towanda, PA. 18848
433 Caredean Drive
Horsham, PA. 19044
Hospital Company LLC
Kingston, PA. 18704
1400 Veterans Highway
Levittown, PA. 19056
316 Station Street
Bridgeville, PA. 15017
137 Montgomery Avenue
Boyertown, PA. 19512
1224 Main Street
Susquehanna, PA. 18847
200 North Chestnut Street
Lansdale, PA. 19446
116 Interstate Parkway
Bradford, PA. 16701
740 East State Street
Sharon, PA. 16146
45 East Washington Street
Corry, PA. 16407
625 West Elm Avenue
Hanover, PA. 17331
60 Industrial Park Road
Clearfield, PA. 16830
7095 Route 287 South on Nessmuk Lake
Wellsboro, PA. 16901
225 South 69th Street
Upper Darby, PA. 19082
708 Nelson Road
Farmington, PA. 15437
310 North Matlack Street
West Chester, PA. 19380
52 East Street Road
Feasterville Trevose, PA. 19053
723 Wheatland Street
Phoenixville, PA. 19460
1 Nolte Drive
Kittanning, PA. 16201
2581 Clyde Avenue
State College, PA. 16801
35 North 3rd Street
Oxford, PA. 19363
134 Jacobs Way
Port Matilda, PA. 16870
585 East Main Street
Youngsville, PA. 16371
1 Dale Avenue
Franklin, PA. 16323
1885 Market Street
Warren, PA. 16365
600 Abbott Drive
Broomall, PA. 19008
595 Bethlehem Pike
Montgomeryville, PA. 18936
722 East Butler Pike
Ambler, PA. 19002
295 State Drive
Elizabethville, PA. 17023
2000 Commerce Loop
Irwin, PA. 15642
520 East Lancaster Avenue
Downingtown, PA. 19335
415 West Main Street
Smethport, PA. 16749
1419 Bethlehem Pike
Flourtown, PA. 19031
920 Water Street
Meadville, PA. 16335
655 Sugartown Road
Malvern, PA. 19355
124 Hollywood Drive
Butler, PA. 16001
226 West Erie Street
Linesville, PA. 16424
22 NE Drive
Hershey, PA. 17033
702 Hyde Park Street
Doylestown, PA. 18902
130 South Bryn Mawr Avenue
Bryn Mawr, PA. 19010
555 Harrison Street
Emmaus, PA. 18049
532 East Pittsburgh Street
Greensburg, PA. 15601
4 Cornerstone Drive
Langhorne, PA. 19047


133 West Tioga Street
Tunkhannock, PA. 18657
2994 River Road
Vandergrift, PA. 15690
8 North Grove Street
Lock Haven, PA. 17745
37 North Glenwood Avenue
Clifton Heights, PA. 19018
10 Hollow Road
Spring City, PA. 19475
218 West High Street
Bellefonte, PA. 16823
704 Hay Road
Temple, PA. 19560
202 Cove Forge Road
Williamsburg, PA. 16693
205 Mill Street
Milesburg, PA. 16853
1169 Philipsburg-Bigler Highway
Philipsburg, PA. 16866
2000 Old West Chester Pike
Havertown, PA. 19083
2201 East State Street
Hermitage, PA. 16148
1040 SW End Boulevard
Quakertown, PA. 18951
549 Fair Street
Bloomsburg, PA. 17815
502 South 2nd Street
St. Clair, PA. 17970
630 Cherry Tree Lane
Uniontown, PA. 15401
8391 Spring Road
New Bloomfield, PA. 17068
25 Heckel Road
McKees Rocks, PA. 15136
111 Elwyn Road
Media, PA. 19063
279 Route 6 West
Coudersport, PA. 16915
Lily Lake Road
Waverly, PA. 18471
3520 Darby Road
Haverford, PA. 19041
1086 Franklin Street
Johnstown, PA. 15905
1302 Seventh Avenue
Beaver Falls, PA. 15010
437 North Main Street
Wilkes Barre, PA. 18705
550 Pinetown Road
Fort Washington, PA. 19034
2570 Haymaker Road
Monroeville, PA. 15146
100 Caldwell Drive
Du Bois, PA. 15801
220 Challenge Lane
Rural Ridge, PA. 15075
1460 Meetinghouse Road
Warminster, PA. 18974
565 Coal Valley Road
Clairton, PA. 15025
2 Hospital Drive
Clarion, PA. 16214
Chestnut Street
Marienville, PA. 16239
3030 Chestnut Street
Lebanon, PA. 17042
33 Teen Challenge Road
Rehrersburg, PA. 19550
132 The Meadows Drive
Centre Hall, PA. 16828
206 Seneca Street
Oil City, PA. 16301
960 Century Drive
Mechanicsburg, PA. 17055
355 Church Street
Westfield, PA. 16950
759 Susquehanna Trail
Watsontown, PA. 17777
117 Juniper Lane
Ligonier, PA. 15658
480 Delaware Avenue
Palmerton, PA. 18071
100 Lincoln Avenue
Carbondale, PA. 18407
36 Public Avenue
Montrose, PA. 18801
160 Main Street
Wernersville, PA. 19565
1663 East Main Street
Waynesboro, PA. 17268
373 Cleveland Street
Rochester, PA. 15074
3591 Pittsburgh Road
Perryopolis, PA. 15473
763 Johnsonburg Road
St. Marys, PA. 15857
206 East Brown Street
East Stroudsburg, PA. 18301
701 East 16th Street
Berwick, PA. 18603
1225 Warm Springs Avenue
Huntingdon, PA. 16652
Windber Park Place Professional Suites
Windber, PA. 15963
100 Fairfield Drive
Seneca, PA. 16346
716 State Street
Lemoyne, PA. 17043
120 Ardmore Avenue
Ardmore, PA. 19003
1800 West Street
Homestead, PA. 15120
22 Franklin Street
Fleetwood, PA. 19522
92 Church Street
Dallas, PA. 18612
100 North Academy Avenue
Danville, PA. 17822
1222 Pennsylvania Avenue
Tyrone, PA. 16686
424 Nye Road
Hummelstown, PA. 17036
107 Breckenridge Street
Grove City, PA. 16127
401 East Louther Street
Carlisle, PA. 17013
1375 Newark Road
Kennett Square, PA. 19348
665 Philadelphia Street
Indiana, PA. 15701
121 North Main Street
Souderton, PA. 18964
1547 Mill Creek Road
Newfoundland, PA. 18445
107 East Locust Street
Ephrata, PA. 17522
6156 West Canal Road
Abbottstown, PA. 17301
1555 Northampton Street
Easton, PA. 18043
3893 West Main Street
Belleville, PA. 17004
350 Bonar Avenue
Waynesburg, PA. 15370
100 Hospital Road
Brookville, PA. 15825
1753 Kendarbren Drive
Jamison, PA. 18929
503 North 21st Street
Camp Hill, PA. 17011
P.O. Box 610
Kimberton, PA. 19442
945 South Avenue
Custer City, PA. 16725
1500 Lansdowne Avenue
Darby, PA. 19023
1227 Smith Township State Road
Burgettstown, PA. 15021
5000 Hilltop Drive
Brookhaven, PA. 19015
2453 West Pike Street
Houston, PA. 15342
601 Roxbury Road
Shippensburg, PA. 17257
623 Elm Street
Tionesta, PA. 16353
720 Blackburn Road
Sewickley, PA. 15143
2935 Byberry Road
Hatboro, PA. 19040
6500 Brooktree Road
Wexford, PA. 15090
100 Community Drive
Tobyhanna, PA. 18466
2 Eastgate Avenue
Monessen, PA. 15062
283 South Butler Road
Mount Gretna, PA. 17064
1301 Carlisle Street
Natrona Heights, PA. 15065
8284 Leaser Road
Kempton, PA. 19529
77 North Main Street
Greenville, PA. 16125
890 Bethel Hill Road
Shickshinny, PA. 18655