Prevention and Recovery Resources

 

Prevention

 
Alcohol Use

Alcohol is the most popular substance among teens and young adults, and it poses substantial risks for their health and safety. Throughout Alcohol Awareness Month this April, we will be sharing resources to help you address youth drinking.
While the number of teens drinking has decreased over the past few decades, when we consider the consequences of youth alcohol use — driving under the influence, accidents and alcohol poisoning, damage to the developing brain or addiction — it’s essential to stay up to date and take action to protect young people.
Our resource guide for families includes information about why young people use alcohol, what types of alcohol they use and how to protect your child from youth drinking. We also offer solutions regarding preventative measures that can be put in place and what you can do if you discover your child is drinking.

Throughout April, stay connected with Partnership to End Addiction on social media for more resources pertaining to Alcohol Awareness Month.
PDF: Our alcohol resource guide for families
SMS: Sign up now to begin receiving support and information from our Help & Hope by Text program.

Marijuana Use

Marijuana use interferes with attention, motivation, memory, and learning. When used heavily during the teen years, it may lower grades and your IQ.

Postitive Parenting

Good communication between parents and children is the foundation of strong family relationships. Developing good communication skills helps parents catch problems early, support positive behavior, and stay aware of what is happening in their children’s lives.

Building Strong and Smart Youth

Youth are bombarded with societal messages drugs, premarital sex, and other high risk behaviors.  We help youth make better choices and not engage in these risky behaviors such as substance abuse, sexual activity, dropping out of school, crime, and suicide.

Kids and Media

Our children are constantly being bombarded with information and media from TV, smartphones, computers, and tables.

Ways Teachers Can Help

 

Recovery

Substance Addiction Resources

To find a state-licensed substance abuse treatment facility near you, go to this website.

For inpatient or outpatient

1-800-662-HELP (4357)
https://findtreatment.gov/

Residential 

The Center - A Place of Hope
547 Dayton St.
Edmonds, WA 98020
1-888-771-5166
www.aplaceofhope.com
Also treats mental illness.  Accepts insurance. Faith Based.

Hope Quest
678-391-5950
www.hopequestgroup.org
Also treats sex addiction and mental illness if addiction is primary. Accepts insurance. Faith Based.

On-line Support

Digital Care Network
Telehealth recovery coaches, professional counselors, digital recovery, & support tools and app. 
www.DigitalCareNetwork.org
Private pay. Faith Based.

Triggered
App support for substance and process addictions and mental health struggles.
Triggered.app or info@triggered.app
Faith Based and Secular options.

Sex Addiction Resources

Sexual Wholeness
Christian Sex Therapist Training for counseling professionals.
www.sexualwholeness.com/isw

Intensive Porn Addiction Treatment Workshops

Bethesda Workshops
1035 Acorn Dr.
Nashville, TN 37210
(615)467-5610
For men/women and their spouses, and teens/parents. Faith Based.
www.BethesdaWorshop.org

Faithful & True
www.Faithfulandtrue.com
952-746-3891
Also has podcasts
For men and their spouses. Faith Based.

Covenant Eyes
Offers free app, and 21-day porn detox for men. Faith Based.
www.covenenteyes.com