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ATAP’s Mission

ATAP is a non-profit organization created by Philadelphia Trade Unions to contain costs and promote improved service delivery for substance use disorder, mental health concerns and related issues to union members, retirees and dependents.

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Local #542 union memberLocal #542 Operating Engineers

"Your company has been the easiest to work with of any company, in any industry, with whom I have ever engaged. My compliments to you and your colleagues."

Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers #1 Pa.-De.Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers #1 Pa.-De.

Group effort by some members and the Allied Trades Assistance Program to get a Brother into recovery today. You know who you are, you made a difference today. We are #u1 , if you see a Brother or Sister struggling, ...

Local #57 union memberAfter speaking to a counselor at ATAP

It was great talking to you. I feel like you’re the only one in my corner. I appreciate you so much. You took the time to care and that meant a lot to me.

Thomas J. McNultyAdministrator Plumbers #690

ATAP has had an outstanding effect on cost savings to our Funds in these very tough health care times. But more importantly, ATAP has made Plumbers Local Union No. 690 members and their families its No. 1 priority. ATAP can ...

Francis W. WalshFinancial Secretary IBEW#98

Local #98 IBEW has been an active participant in the Allied Trades Assistance Program since its inception. Our members have always received the best personalized care for their mental health and substance abuse problems. The ATAP treatment program has always ...

Patrick J. EidingPresident Philadelphia AFL-CIO

ATAP has saved thousands of dollars for union Health and Welfare programs, but more importantly they have helped save the lives of hundreds of our union members. The personal and professional commitment served by the ATAP has given our members ...

Member’s Quick Contact

All fields are required. The members quick contact portal should be utilized for basic questions regarding the Allied Trades Assistance Program's services. If this is a true emergency please contact 800-258-6376