Helpful Links

Helpful resources separated by topic. If you are looking for another resource or more information than what is listed please contact us.

 

Substance Use Prevention

Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America 

Faces and Voices of Recovery 

Missouri Association of Community Tasks Forces  

Missouri Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse 

National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD)

National Families in Action 

National Institute on Drug Abuse  

Partners In Prevention 

Southwest Prevention Center 

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration 

The Partnership at Drug Free  

 

Children and Youth

Be Under Your Own Influence 

Center on Alcohol Marketing and Youth

Children’s Trust Fund 

NIDA for Teens

Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention 

Parents the Anti-Drug 

Prevent Child Abuse America  

Society for Adolescent Medicine 

Stop Underage Drinking: Portal of Federal Resources

 

Alcohol

Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous Family Groups

Alcohol Awareness Month 

Alcohol Policy Information System (APIS)

College Drinking:Changing the Culture

Marin Institute 

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)

The Truth About Alcohol 

Women for Sobriety 

 

Cocaine

Cocaine Awareness 

The Truth About Cocaine 

 

Heroin

Heroin Not Even Once 

Narcotics Anonymous 

The Truth About Heroin 

 

Health and Mental Health

Centers for Disease Control 

Missouri Department of Mental Health 

Missouri Foundation for Health 

National Institute of Health 

National Alliance on Mental Illness 

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 

 

Marijuana

Above the Influence 

Marijuana Anonymous 

The Truth About Marijuana 

 

Meth

PBS-Frontline, How Meth Destroys the Body 

The Meth Project 

The Truth About Meth

 

Prescription Drugs

Generation Rx 

National Council on Patient Information and Education  

 

Programming/Evidence-Based

National Registry of Evidenced-based Programs 

The Truth About Prescription Drug Abuse 

 

Tobacco

Be Tobacco Free 

The Truth Campaign

Tips From Smokers

 

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