Treatment for substance use issues is available. This is the first step towards recovery for you or a loved one.
Research shows that prevention programs and practices can help address and prevent substance use among children, adolescents, and young adults in our communities. Parents, educators, and community leaders can all play a part in reducing the negative consequences of substance misuse in our state.
Increasing your understanding of the basics of substance use and addiction can empower you and your loved ones to make informed choices, listen to science-based policies and reduce the negative effects of substance addiction across our state. Knowledge is power.
We can all play a part in increasing awareness, implementing prevention practices, creating open lines of communication, reducing stigma, and facilitating recovery from substance abuse. The time for action is now.
This site is the centralized resource to help people with substance use issues, and options for treating those issues – whether you are an individual struggling with substance use, a loved one of someone who is, or a member of the broader community affected by it.