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District Office
2929 Gettysburg Road, Suite 6
Camp Hill PA 17011
Tel:  (717) 761-4665
Fax:  (717) 731-7126
Staff contact: Ryan Stevens
Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Capitol Office
107 Ryan Office Building
PO Box 202088
Harrisburg PA 17120-2088
Tel: 717-783-5282
Fax: 717-772-9994
Staff contact:  Jenn Haines
Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Email:
sdelozie@pahousegop.com
Safe2Say Tip Line Now Live
1/25/2019
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Safe2Say Tip Line Now Live
 
The statewide Safe2Say tip line designed to give students, teachers, parents and community members the ability to anonymously report potential threats and other problems is now live in Pennsylvania.

To report a possible dangerous or violent situation, individuals can call the state tip line at 844-723-2729. Tips can also be reported to safe2saypa.org or through the Safe2Say app on iPhone and Android devices.

The Safe2Say tip line gives students a way to share information without fear of repercussions or blame from their peers.

Individuals are encouraged to report physical or verbal assault and bullying, discussion about an upcoming planned attack on the school or a person, depression, excessive guilt or hopelessness, suicidal threats or self-harm, substance abuse, or social isolation or withdrawal.

The tip line was modeled after the Safe2Tell program in Colorado, which has received more than 30,000 reports since its inception in 2004, including reports of a planned school attack, suicidal threats and child abuse.

Getting to Work with House Committee Assignments
Last week, the House Committee on Committees met to finalize assignments for the 25 standing committees to cover the 2019-20 legislative session. This term, I will be serving on the Appropriations, Consumer Affairs, Ethics, Judiciary and Rules committees. I also will be serving as a deputy chair of the Policy Committee.

These assignments allow me to have a greater insight into the legislation and issues discussed and help me better represent our district. All bills are assigned to a standing committee to undergo review. Committees may hold hearings on legislation, consider amendments to pending bills and report them to the full House for a vote.

Wear Red Feb. 1 to Raise Awareness of Women’s Heart Disease
 
Women across the country are encouraged to wear red on Friday, Feb. 1, as part of the “Go Red for Women” campaign to raise awareness of women’s heart disease. Legislative efforts over the years, including a resolution currently being prepared for this year, have made the official designation in Pennsylvania as a way to remind women of the risks of heart disease.

Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women, causing one in three deaths each year, or about one per minute. According to the American Heart Association, 90 percent of women have one or more risk factors for developing heart disease.

The symptoms of heart disease can be different in women vs. men and are often misunderstood. By increasing awareness, speaking up about heart disease and empowering women to reduce their risk for cardiovascular disease, we can save thousands of lives each year.

You can learn more about the symptoms of a heart attack and what to do by clicking here.

Locally, throughout the year, the Peyton Walker Foundation has been raising awareness about sudden cardiac arrest. For more information, please visit  peytonwalker.org/.

New Tool to Fight Drug Abuse
 
To help continue efforts to fight prescription drug abuse, there is a new tool available for health care providers and the general public to report suspicious activity involving prescription medication.

The Suspicious Activity Report form, administered by the Office of Attorney General, gives an easy way for people to report fraudulent, stolen or altered prescriptions, or a suspicious doctor/pharmacy.

Tips can be submitted anonymously or with your contact information included for follow up from the Office of Attorney General’s Bureau of Narcotics Investigations.

The form and answers to frequently asked questions can be found here.

Flu Season is in Full Swing - It’s Not too Late for a Flu Shot
The winter brings the dreaded flu season, but there are many things you can do to keep yourself from getting sick.

The most effective way to prevent the flu is to get a flu shot. While it is January, there is still time to get one to protect yourself.

Along with getting the flu shot, people should make sure to wash their hands often, cover their mouth and nose when sneezing, avoid touching their face, and stay home if they are sick to avoid spreading the disease.

You can learn more about the flu and the vaccine here.
 
                                                                                                 
Rep. Delozier in the Community
 
• Ann’s Cupcakery recently held its ribbon cutting ceremony at its new storefront in downtown Mechanicsburg. While Nicole Baer has been in business for several years, she recently opened a retail store. The business sells cupcakes and cakes and also offers decorating classes.

 
• The Capital Region Council of Governments (CapCOG) held its annual meeting and dinner this past Monday. The keynote speaker was Rep. Frank Ryan. We were very proud of our own Upper Allen Township Manager Lou Fazekas who received the Perry Albert Award for community service. He has served Upper Allen as well as our nation with 30 years of military service. All townships and boroughs in the 88th Legislative District are members. It was good to see many of our local officials.

 
• This week I joined attorney Mark Walmer and Eileen Cipriani, deputy secretary for workforce development with the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry, on WITF Radio’s Smart Talk show. We discussed the impact of the Clean Slate law, which I authored. If you would like to hear the complete show, please click here.

 
• Terri Bowling from The Caring Place spoke at the Mechanicsburg Rotary meeting. She presented information about the free services offered to those grieving a loss. As a member of this organization’s board, I have seen the wonderful ways this place helps those dealing with a death. More information is available at highmarkcaringplace.com.
   
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2929 Gettysburg Road, Suite 6, Camp Hill PA 17011 | Phone: (717) 761-4665
107 Ryan Office Building, PO Box 202088, Harrisburg PA 17120-2088 | Phone: 717-783-5282
Email: sdelozie@pahousegop.com
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