Follow the link below for learn more about methadone:
Learn what treatment entails and how to choose a program that will best meet your child’s needs. When you click through, just complete the simple email form to receive your free PDF download that contains all of the comprehensive information you’ll need.
Partnership for Drug Free Kids has provided an ebook for those who may be looking for more guidance on interventions. If you suspect your teen is using substance, this book goes through how to bring the topic up, having a conversation, and more. Follow the link below for more information.
Google has created a website for recovery month with resources on recovery, treatment, and prevention. It provides information on substance use as well as multiple maps to find support groups, treatment centers and Narcan distribution sites. Click on the image above to check out the website.
It’s estimated that half of young people struggling with substance use also have another mental health problem such as depression, anxiety, ADHD or bipolar disorder. It’s important to find treatment programs that can address both concurrently for the best outcomes. Learn more about “co-occurring disorders” here and download the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids’ free workbook to help you find an appropriate treatment program for your child.
September is National Recovery Month (recoverymonth.gov) so join us in celebrating all of those in recovery this month and every month. If you are interested in sharing your recovery story, feel free to share your story with us. We want to celebrate recovery this month and every month. The hope is to let people know that recovery is possible and their are so many people who are in recovery and thriving. If you’re interested in sharing your story, feel free to send it along to us and we will share it on our website.