Young people may turn to alcohol and drugs as a way to numb emotional pain from personal trauma or as a result of peer influence. Teen substance use is a key contributor to problems at school, poor social relationships, motor vehicle accidents and mental health issues. With professional treatment, recovery is possible. Learn about local resources that can help teens achieve addiction-free, healthier lives.
If you or someone you know is experiencing an urgent mental health concern, call the hotline right away. Intake specialists are available 24 hours a day to offer confidential support.
Mobile behavioral health services are available for youth in their homes, at school and in various other community settings. This service can be accessed 24/7.
Helping to support substance use prevention in our state through education, dialogue and advocacy.
Resources to help prevent alcohol, tobacco and other drug use.
Interactive site that offers information and resources to help promote alcohol awareness and teen responsibility.
Resources and tools to help put an end to the opioid epidemic.
Recovery and peer support resources to help change the way addiction is treated, perceived and legislated.
Leading healthy communities in the prevention of substance use and the promotion of mental wellness.
Support for families that are struggling with addiction.
Offers a variety of topics centered around youth development and challenges.