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October 18, 2012
State employee recognized for substance abuse prevention

Garrison Gladfelter, the director of prevention and intervention for the Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs (DDAP), has won the 2012 Ketty Award from the National Prevention Network (NPN). The award honors outstanding national leaders in substance use prevention services. It is named for Ketty Rey, a pioneer in the prevention field.

“Prevention services are vital in maintaining a healthy community,” said DDAP Secretary Gary Tennis. “Garrison Gladfelter’s leadership and receipt of this award demonstrates what we already know—that Pennsylvania leads the nation in drug and alcohol prevention programming.”

Gladfelter is an active member of the NPN and has held a number of leadership positions. He has led drug and alcohol programs in Pennsylvania since 2002.

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