So said Councilwoman Quinones-Sanchez at the meeting last week with Frankford stakeholders.
The Jan. 13 session focused on the number of recovery houses in Frankford, as well as which ones are funded by the Office of Addiction Services (OAS), an agency within the Philadelphia Department of Behavioral Health and Mental Retardation Services (DBH/MRS).
The impact of these substance-abuse treatment facilities – particularly some that residents believe are poorly supervised – has been a source of discussion for months.
City Councilwoman Maria Quinones-Sanchez (D-7th dist.) and state Rep. Tony Payton (D-179th dist.) organized the community meeting in response to ongoing requests from residents of Frankford and members of its civic association.
KatieRose Keenan writes an excellent report this week in the Northeast Times. Follow this link and read. Then take a look at the list of know drug treatment facilities mentioned in the post below this one. If know of something not on the list, report it. It’s time to get ugly. It’s your town. It’s time to take it back.