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St. Luke’s Penn Foundation
Loux Healthcare Center • Univest Conference Rooms

We have seen dramatic changes in addictive substances over time. Fentanyl has devastated our region, “tranq” (xylazine) use has escalated, THC potency has transformed cannabis, and poly-substance use is much more common.

We’ll address the trends being seen by behavioral health professionals and experienced by people in recovery, and we’ll explore community-based efforts, including harm reduction and treatment options.

This program will include naloxone training and education. Thank you to St. Luke’s Penn Foundation for providing Narcan doses and test strips, which will be available for distribution at the program.


Special guest presenter:  Clay Gueits, MD

Dr. Clay Gueits is an addiction and general psychiatrist at St. Luke’s Health Network/Penn Foundation in the Lehigh Valley. Dr. Gueits graduated from the University of Maryland with a degree in physics. He received his medical degree from Stony Brook University School of Medicine in New York after which he spent several years conducting neuroimaging research at the University of Pennsylvania. He completed his psychiatry residency at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia, where he served as chief resident and developed an interest in treating addictions. He furthered this interest in completing an addiction psychiatry fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania where he honed his skills in the treatment of substance use disorders.

We’ll also be joined by an individual with lived experience.


This program is presented in partnership with the Bucks County Drug & Alcohol Commission.


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