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.

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 as well as others to guide individuals who are suffering from addiction into treatment, rather than diverting them into the criminal system.  Click here for a LETI informational sheet.

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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.




July 13, 2021
PTACC Moves National Headquarters to Pennsylvania,Partners with PA AG to Grow LETI Deflection Initiative

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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



Law Enforcement Treatment Initiative News & Press

Wayne County Will Launch LETI Program, Becoming 26th County to Join Office of Attorney General’s Diversion Initiative

Published on August 8, 2023
HONESDALE —  Attorney General Michelle Henry announced today that Wayne County has joined the Law Enforcement Treatment Initiative (LETI), a collaborative program launched by the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General and law enforcement to divert individuals in need to treatment services.
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