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Programs and Resources

Information on benefits, programs, and resources for hospitality industry employees covering everything from training to insurance to mental health resources and more.

Health Insurance (Individual & Family Plan)

Part-time and full-time individuals can get access to affordable health insurance for you and your families with policies that are not tied to your employer. That means your policy follows you wherever you go.

  • Speak to a licensed agent to find the right option for your needs and enroll while you wait.
  • Receive quotes from multiple insurance companies for medical, dental, vision, life, disability, and Medicare coverage.
  • Learn if you qualify for increased federal financial assistance.
  • Non-English translation assistance is available.

Stay up-to-date with the latest industry news, trends, events, and more.

Mental Health

Coping with stress will make you, the people you care about, and your community stronger. There are a number of resources available. Need help or know someone who does? Contact the Disaster Distress Helpline or call 1-800-985-5990.


Prescription Discount Card

The prescription drug savings program may help you save on the medications you need. Just show your card or coupon to the pharmacist each time you fill a prescription (for yourself or any member of your family). There’s no membership or fees. Just savings. The card is accepted at more than 64,000 pharmacies nationwide.

Substance Use Disorder Resources

Get Help Now Hotline: (800) 662-HELP (4357)

If you are looking for substance use disorder treatment options or resources for yourself or a loved one, help is available. Call the Department of Drug and Alcohol Program’s (DDAP) Get Help Now Hotline at 1-800-662-HELP (4357).

This confidential hotline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year to all Pennsylvanians regardless of insurance and is available in both English and Spanish. It is staffed by trained professionals who can connect you directly to local treatment and resources. If you prefer, there is a chat option on the DDAP website as well as a texting option at 717-216-0905.


Naloxone is available to all Pennsylvanians through the Secretary of Health’s standing order, a prescription written for the general public. If you would like to obtain naloxone, you can visit a pharmacy and indicate you would like to use the standing order to fill a naloxone prescription.

Check with your insurance to see what form of naloxone is covered and if there are cost-sharing amounts. Additionally, you can order naloxone online to be mailed to you directly through Next Distro. For more information on naloxone, visit

Workforce Development & Training

The hospitality industry offers diverse career opportunities, pathways, and growth potential. Gain the skills you need to advance your career by exploring PRLA’s workforce development page.

Membership Has Benefits

Resources for Hospitality Businesses, Vendors, Sponsors, Students. Membership is for Everyone!