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New LICADD Phone App!

The Long Island Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (LICADD), is pleased to announce the launch of our new phone APP, Suffolk LIGHT (Long Island Guide to Health and Treatment).

Suffolk LIGHT, was designed as resource to help and support individuals, families, schools and communities with substance abuse challenges. Mr. Hilary Mathwasa of PD House, designed and created the APP at no cost to help further the mission of LICADD by offering resources accessible at any time. LICADD Executive Director, Steve Chassman, LCSW, CASAC (Email) shares, “LICADD is grateful to Mr. Mathwasa for creating this dynamic resource for those seeking information, guidance and immediate help, all in the palm of their hand.”

The APP includes, a list of local alcohol and drug treatment providers, a direct link to law enforcement, a list of 12-step meetings, educational information and more. The APP is free and available at the Apple APP Store and Google Play for both iPhone and Android systems.

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