Americans are now more likely to die from opioid overdoses than car crashes.
— 2019 Report, National Safety Council
A Newtown rabbi is asking the community to help build an ark in an attempt to save the lives of those drowning in addiction, as opioids continue to flood the country.
— The Intelligencer

It’s time for ARC HOUSE.

Since 1991, Lubavitch of Bucks County has been serving the material and spiritual needs of our county, building community and providing guidance and support to individuals and families, including those struggling with mental health and addiction.

The founding of ARC HOUSE formalizes our efforts to help stem the tide of the opioid crisis and address the mental health needs of our community.

“The issues we are dealing with, opioid abuse and mental health issues, don’t know any boundaries,” he said. “It doesn’t look at the color of your skin, your religion, your gender, it touches every human being.”
— Rabbi Yudy Shemtov

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide direction and resources to individuals and families whose lives have been affected by a loved one struggling with mental health and addiction.


How We Plan on Making a Difference

  • A warm and friendly place to find support.

  • Referrals to mental health and addiction specialists.

  • Support groups.

  • Partnering with state and federal agencies.

  • Education and prevention.

  • Spiritual guidance and grief counseling.

  • Awareness and training events.

  • Recreational opportunities.

  • Literature.