Substance Abuse


Resources for Youth

This youth-centered website is intended to help young people learn more about the negative pressures that influence them and prepare them to respond. Originally created as part of the National Anti-Drug Media Campaign, the website is now a part of Partnership for Drug-Free Kids. This site provides factual information about drugs and expert input on drug abuse, addiction, treatment, and other related topics.


Physical and Emotional Effects of Addiction
Click on link for an article on the effects of addiction on your physical body and how it effects your emotional state as well.    https://www.healthcare.com/info/health-care/the-health-risks-of-addiction


Website
 for Students & Parents About Addiction & Substance Abuse

DrugRehab.com, is a web resource that provides information and support to people fighting addiction and substance abuse.

In a 2014 study by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, nearly 25 percent of youths aged 12 to 17 admitted trying illicit drugs, and 32 percent reported alcohol use. Our hope is that families can visit our website and leave with the knowledge to prevent teen drug/alcohol abuse.
The following links will get you to the help you may be looking for.
https://www.drugrehab.com/teens/
https://www.drugrehab.com/guides/parents/



Website for Students & Parents about Impaired Driving

Stop Impaired Driving.

Click on the following link to find resources for driving & drinking. http://stopimpaireddriving.com/additionalresources.htm

Website for Students & Parents About Drugs and Addiction

rehabcenter.net

Website - Recall Report is an online resource with information on mental health. We feature information for specific demographics, including men, women, seniors, children, students, veterans, homeless and more. At the same time, we extensively cover a wide range of health conditions, including important topics like abuse, suicide, addiction, eating disorders, PTSD recovery and rehabilitation. Click on the following link for more information.
https://www.recallreport.org/health-information/mental-health/