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“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 the effective treatment designed for their individual needs. Without hesitation I recommend the Allied Trades Assistance Program and would be available to relate the positive experience realized by our members.”
-Patrick J. Eiding, President Philadelphia AFL-CIO
“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 been tailored to the specific needs of Building Trades members and their families with service available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week… I look forward to many years of continued support for Local #98 members and their families by ATAP.”
-Francis W. Walsh, Financial Secretary IBEW#98
“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 be counted on to get our members and their families quality care at a moment’s notice, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week… I appreciate all of the hard work and time you have put into making ATAP a tremendous success. Your diligence has made our members lives better and for that, I thank you.”
-Thomas J. McNulty, Administrator Plumbers #690
“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.”
– Local #57 union member, after speaking to a counselor at ATAP
“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 #1u , if you see a Brother or Sister struggling, ask if they’re ok and then encourage them to seek help.”
– Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers #1 Pa.-De.
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