Abstinence from addiction is only the beginning.
Northampton County residents are encouraged to pursue meaningful lives with purpose at the Change on 3rd Street. We provide a safe and sober environment which is staffed by people in recovery, who share similar experiences, and are willing to listen and assist people in early recovery. It takes a comunity to support the recovery process. This Northampton County initiative recognizes and supports the efforts and investment of those personally in recovery as well as those supporting their efforts.
Recovery Support Services
Saturday, February 2, 2019
Change on 3rd Street
117 North 3rd Street, Easton PA 18042
Drop in anytime between 12noon-2pm. Stay for the whole 2-hours or just a few minutes.
All are welcome to these hands-on workshops when we make artwork for you to
take home. Projects are fun for all ages - families, kids, teens, and adults are all
Sunday's NA 4-5pm (Narcotics Anonymous) meeting has now been changed to ‘1-2pm NA Open Meeting’
The Change on 3rd Street offers a safe environment to those seeking recovery and/or who are part of the treatment continuum.
Although we are not a treatment facility, we are able to assist those in need, refer members of the center to community resources as needed. We encourage and guide members to pursue meaningful lives with purpose at the Change on 3rd Street .
Our hope is that they will find inspiration, encouragement, support through the examples of our volunteers and staff at the center. It takes effort and a dedicated community to support the recovery process.
Welcome Program Director Phillip Chaney
Hi, my name is Phillip Chaney. I am the program director at “Change on 3rd Street"
. I’m grateful to serve the community of Easton and to help individuals begin their journey in recovery. I am a recovering member of a 12-step fellowship with over 16 years’ clean. I want individual’s seeking recovery to know that they are not alone. The mission of Change on 3rd Street is “to help those with their recovery with the resources that we and other agencies have to offer because together, recovery works!”