Law Enforcement Treatment Initiative

The goal of this initiative is to connect individuals suffering from substance use disorder with treatment options. Drug overdoses are now the number one accidental killer in the Commonwealth. It is our greatest public health challenge and our greatest public safety challenge—and it is one of Attorney General Josh Shapiro’s top priorities as Pennsylvania’s Chief Law Enforcement Officer.

When a Pennsylvania county joins the Law Enforcement Treatment Initiative program, every law enforcement entity within that county has an opportunity to save lives and play a role in breaking the stigma of drug and alcohol addiction. The program empowers law enforcement officers to guide individuals who are suffering from addiction into treatment, rather than diverting them into the criminal system.

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In addition to law enforcement, this program also empowers individuals and families to get involved in breaking the cycle of addiction. The first step towards recovery is helping an individual who is suffering from addiction into treatment. Those in need of a treatment referral for either themselves or family members should view the Regional and County Wide Drug and Alcohol Treatment Resource Guide. The guide allows individuals to search for the county in which they reside and call the number provided to speak with someone who can walk them through the process of seeking treatment.

Events & Outreach

LETI Outreach & Naloxone Efforts

During the COVID-19 Pandemic our LETI program is continuing to aid those in need with Narcan Drive Thru Events.

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Upcoming Events

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Participation & Regional Support

Click a county on the map or use the menu below to find regional support information in your county:

In the past two years, LETI has expanded and now is implemented in Carbon, Schuylkill, Dauphin, and Northumberland counties. This program will continue to expand throughout the Commonwealth, and will also provide data to inform the community of medical professionals and law enforcement on how to best help individuals suffering from substance use disorder.

Click a county to view a testimonial

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If your agency would like to partner with the Office of Attorney General’s Law Enforcement Treatment Initiative and open your doors to people seeking treatment for addiction, please contact the Office of Attorney General at 570-826-2483 or email treatment@attorneygeneral.gov.

An agent will work with you throughout the process, providing sample documents and policies to help you get up and running in your departments. The Office of Attorney General will also promote the program in individual communities.

If you would prefer to call, we can be reached at 570-826-2483

Click a county below to find regional support information in your county:

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If your agency would like to partner with the Office of Attorney General’s Law Enforcement Treatment Initiative and open your doors to people seeking treatment for addiction, please contact the Office of Attorney General at 570-826-2483 or email treatment@attorneygeneral.gov.

An agent will work with you throughout the process, providing sample documents and policies to help you get up and running in your departments. The Office of Attorney General will also promote the program in individual communities.

If you would prefer to call, we can be reached at 570-826-2483

Law Enforcement Treatment Initiative News & Press

Clearfield County Joins AG Shapiro’s Treatment Initiative

Published on July 27, 2021
CLEARFIELD, PA.—Attorney General Josh Shapiro today announced that Clearfield County has joined the Law Enforcement Treatment Initiative (LETI), a program launched by Attorney General Shapiro in collaboration with law enforcement that provides assistance to Pennsylvanians suffering from substance use disorders in enrolling in a treatment program. Eleven counties have previously joined the LETI program.
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