Cambria County Drug & Alcohol Program has been designated by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as the administrator of drug and alcohol services at the county level – we are the “single county authority.”

That simply means we are your single source to help you navigate the process of finding appropriate treatment for you or your loved one in Cambria County. We have access to a vast array of resources and types of treatment, and we’ll help you get what you need to begin your recovery.


The experienced team at the Cambria County Drug & Alcohol Program has created and maintains a vast network of treatment, prevention, and recovery support services that are available at no cost to residents of Cambria County. We have connected many individuals to treatment and are here to support you throughout your recovery journey. Contact us today!

Frederick Oliveros
Frederick OliverosAdministrator
Kathryn Porter
Kathryn PorterPrevention Program Manager
Ron Rokita
Ron RokitaCase Management Specialist
Micaéla Hernández
Micaéla HernándezCase Management Specialist
Alexander Brisko
Alexander BriskoCase Management Specialist
Sue Hershberger
Sue HershbergerAdministrative Assistant


The Cambria County Drug & Alcohol Program Planning Council consists of a diverse group of community leaders from various sectors of the community that provide input and guidance in shaping the strategic vision of the agency. Prospective Planning Council members apply to and are approved for Council positions by the Cambria County Board of Commissioners as vacancies occur.

Capt. Chad Miller
Captain of Police
Johnstown Police Department

Jason Rilogio
Recovery Ecosystem Coalition Coordinator
Pennsylvania Peer Support Coalition

Rev. James F. Crookston, D. Ed.
Senior Priest
Diocese of Altoona-Johnstown

M. Beth Stem, M.Ed.
Retired School Counselor
Westmont Hilltop School District

Mary Smith
Retired Drug & Alcohol Counselor
Memorial Medical Center

John A. Kriak, PharmD
Associate Professor of Pharmacology/Director of Sponsored Projects
Department of Biomedical Sciences

Noorda College of Osteopathic Medicine


Our agency manages federal, state, and county funds to provide drug and alcohol treatment, as well as prevention services, to any county resident who needs it. We help everyone get treatment, regardless of health insurance status or ability to pay, and we will make the process as smooth as possible.