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Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick Visits Penn Foundation’s Colmar Office

On November 1, 2018, Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick visited Penn Foundation’s Colmar office to learn more about the agency’s drug and alcohol programs.

Congressman Fitzpatrick (second from left) is pictured with Penn Foundation staff Trish Nye, Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Counselor; Renee Dwornitski, Clinical Supervisor of Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Services; Theresa Benonis, Director of Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Services; Christopher Ballintyn, Admissions Assessor; and Wayne Mugrauer, Penn Foundation President & CEO.

Penn Foundation expanded its outpatient drug and alcohol services in late July with the opening of its Colmar office (271 N. Bethlehem Pike, Suite 201). Penn Foundation is able to serve 150 individuals at this location in addition to the individuals that come to its main campus in Sellersville. Services available at the Colmar office include drug and alcohol evaluations, outpatient counseling, intensive outpatient services, and medication-assisted treatment.