Susquehanna, Pennsylvania (PA) Public Sector Companies

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Care Net Pregnancy Center
23 Main St # A
Hallstead PA 18822
(570) 879-8889
Community Foundation-Ssqhnn
36 Lake Ave.
Montrose PA 18801
(570) 278-3800
American Cancer Society
P.O. BOX 4
Montrose PA 18801
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Susquehanna County Literacy
Bendix Rd S
Montrose PA 18801
(570) 278-9027
Drug & Alcohol Abuse Trehab
36 Public Avenue
Montrose PA 18801
(570) 278-3338

Drug & Alcohol Abuse Trehab is a privately held company in Montrose, PA .
Susquehanna County Interfaith
45 Public Avenue
Montrose PA 188011219
(570) 278-1776

Non-profit organization helping residents of Susquehanna County through various charitable programs. Our thrift store helps support these programs.
Care Net Pregnancy Center of Nepa
12 Public Avenue
Montrose PA 18801
(570) 278-0194
Habitat For Humanity
133 Main St.
Susquehanna PA 18847
(570) 853-0926
New Milford Headstart
304 Church St.
New Milford PA 18834
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