- Boards & Authorities
- Drug & Alcohol Commission, Inc.
Drug & Alcohol Commission, Inc.
- 7 to 8:30 pm
- 3rd Wednesday, bi-monthly
- 55 East Court Street, 4th Floor, Doylestown, PA 18901
- 2023 Meeting Dates
Until further notice, all BCDAC Board Meetings will be held virtually. Contact the BCDAC for dial-in information.
Additional Meeting Information
Board members must be residents of Bucks County and are required to serve on at least one committee, most of which meet on the same Wednesday at 5:30 pm at the Doylestown office.
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are posted on the BCDAC website at least 24 prior to the start of a meeting. Minutes are available after approval upon request.
As a private, not-for-profit entity, BCDAC, has a governing board of up to 15 individuals appointed by the county commissioners to make decisions regarding the overall mission, guiding principles, and goals for this agency. Board members must be residents of Bucks County and are required to serve on at least one committee, most of which meet on the same Wednesday at 5:30 pm at the Doylestown office. Members serve three-year terms.
|W. Joshua Buchanan|
|Lindsay Gladysz, M.D.|
|Dylan T. Weir|
|Dr. David C. Damsker, Ex-Officio|
About the Commission
Created in 1973, the Bucks County Drug & Alcohol Commission, Inc. (BCDAC) serves as the Single County Authority (SCA) for alcohol, tobacco and other drug prevention, intervention and treatment and recovery support services and as such works to ensure the provision of a comprehensive and balanced continuum of quality prevention, intervention, treatment and recovery services for Bucks County. The County of Bucks has an ongoing contract in place with BCDAC, designating this authority to BCDAC, Inc.
The BCDAC has a governing Board of Directors appointed by the County Commissioners, and reports to the Bucks County Division of Housing and Human Services while serving on the Human Service Director Team. BCDAC, Inc. subcontracts with various community-based licensed agencies to provide prevention, intervention, treatment and recovery support services for the residents of Bucks County. The agency also strives to promote healthy individuals, families and communities, eliminate the misuse, abuse and/or addiction to alcohol, tobacco and other drugs and support those in recovery from addiction.
For more information, visit the Bucks County Drug and Alcohol Commission, Inc website.