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SOS Berks: Stop Overdoses, Save Lives

SOS Berks is a coalition of community members and stakeholders dedicated to reducing overdose deaths in Berks County.

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Berks County Opioid Settlement Funds


SOS Berks Mural Project

Join us as we dedicate our 2nd SOS Berks Mural

The dedication is planned for April 18 at 3 PM to celebrate the new mural, “The Journey,” at 11th & Richmond Streets.

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Featured Blog Post

Find out how we spent 2023

2023 was a busy year for SOS Berks. Read our blog to learn about our top projects for the year.

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The Response

Winter 2023/24 Issue of The Response is now available!

The newest publication contains articles in English & Spanish about issues related to innovations in the field of substance use disorder prevention, treatment & recovery in Berks County.

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Featured Blog Post

About 80 People Attend 2nd SOS Berks Recovery Simulation

Attendees gained a better understanding of the many challenges faced by those in early recovery from substance use disorder.

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Featured Event

SOS Berks dedicates the first SOS Berks Mural

The first SOS Berks Mural was dedicated in September. About 60 people attended the event.

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Featured Project

New Community Health Kiosk Coming to Reading

Learn about plans to install a new Health to Go vending machine with free health supplies, including Narcan®, medication disposal bags and more,

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Join our Coalition!

Are you interested in joining SOS Berks to help fight opioid overdoses in Berks County? All are welcome to participate. Please fill out our Membership Interest Form and someone will contact you.

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Learn About Our Committees

SOS Berks is divided into six different committees that work on projects that aim to reduce overdose death and raise awareness of resources available in Berks County. Click the link below to learn more or sign up to join one of our committees.

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News From COCA

Learn more about programs and resources for substance use disorder in Berks County