Open House on Addiction

On September 26 from 6-8pm, State Senator Larry Farnese will be holding an Open House on Addiction, at The Mummers Museum located at 1100 S. 2nd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147.

Join us for an informational open house for those suffering from any form of substance addiction and for their family, friends and neighbors. Resources include a Narcan administration demo, counseling and foster care services, safe prescription disposal bags and much more. FREE AND OPEN TO ALL! Contact my office at (215) 952-3121 for more information.

Take the time to view our resources below and to watch our video series ‘There is Hope’, interviews from individuals who are struggling with addiction.


Open House on Addiction - September 26, 2019



Open House Resources Include

checkAccess to drug and alcohol service providers


checkInformation for family counseling

checkSafe prescription disposal bags


checkNarcan demonstrations




Online Resources

“Get Help Now” through the Pennsylvania Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs is a helpful online tool to assist with addiction treatment options.

‘There is Hope’ Video Series

Each day at least ten Pennsylvanians die of heroin or opioid abuse. To recognize September as National Recovery Month, we have put together a series of interviews from individuals who are struggling with addiction. 

Ed Quinn and Dan Bartol

Jimmy Quinn lost his battle to addiction in May of 2018. His dad takes us through that painful loss and what he does today to spread awareness and hope.


Tina Curtin

Tina is clean and sober for 12 years. Her oldest daughter is not so lucky and is currently struggling with addiction. Tina explains how she manages her daughters addiction, her own day to day soberness and how she uses her resources to help others.


Jimmy Paylor

Jimmy Paylor is a father, husband, son, brother, friend and clean and sober for 4 years. He uses his recovery to help others in need.