Resources

SOCIAL MEDIA CAMPAIGNS WE SUPPORT

 

Though social media campaigns may, at first, appear frivolous and ineffective, they are, in fact, very effective in raising awareness of substance abuse and directly disseminating the message to youth, who are often very active on social media. These campaigns have the ability to start chain reactions through retweeting, sharing, and tagging.

 

Twitter:

​@azgyc

@TheElephantAZ

​@NIDAnews

​@NIAAAnews

@DrugFreeAZKids

​@notMYkidTweets

 

COMMUNITY EFFORTS TO PREVENT YOUTH SUBSTANCE ABUSE (NOT TREATMENT CENTERS- FOR TREATMENT CENTERS, SCROLL DOWN)

 

Pima County Teen Court- a nonprofit diversion program for adolescents who have committed misdemeanors and certain felonies at which I volunteer and represent these teens as a teen attorney.

www.pcteencourt.com

 

Arizona Governor's Youth Commission- a statewide commission appointed by the Arizona Governor's Office. Fifty-one youth from all fifteen counties work together to solve the biggest issue's facing youth today, including substance abuse.

www.beseenbeheard.az.gov

 

Community Prevention Coalition- a Pima County coalition of members representing prevention organizations and community efforts to combat substance abuse. BeFreePima is a youth-led program of the Community Prevention Coalition.

http://www.pimacpc.org

http://www.befreepima.com​

 

RESOURCES FOR YOUTH

 

KidsHealth

http://kidshealth.org/en/teens/drug-alcohol/

 

​Alateen- this is a support group (a subdivision of Alcoholics Anonymous) for youth who have been affected by someone else's alcohol consumption.

http://www.al-anon-southernaz.org/Alateen.html

 

RESOURCES FOR EDUCATORS

 

A great resource on bringing Teen Court to schools:

​http://www.pcteencourt.com/teen-court-in-schools.html

 

RESOURCES FOR PARENTS

 

​These are the marijuana facts brochures I handed out to volunteers and parents at Teen Court:

https://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/marijuana-facts-parents-need-to-know/letter-to-parents

 

This is a great article from the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. on how parents can talk with their children about drugs and alcohol:

https://www.ncadd.org/family-friends/there-is-help/talking-with-children

TREATMENT CENTERS

 

La Frontera Center

http://www.lafronteracenter.org

 

Sin Puertas Adolescent Behavioral Health Clinic

http://www.thepartnership.us/index.cfm?pID=6044

The Haven

​http://thehaventucson.org


A special thank you to the Alcohol Awareness Council for suggesting the following resources via email to Project Clean

 

The following is a comprehensive directory of drug and alcohol rehabilitation and treatment programs in Arizona (choose your city to see the list of programs in that city). The website has a complete directory for states other than Arizona, as well:

http://www.treatment4addiction.com/rehab/arizona/

 

​The following is a good resource for drug abuse treatment programs in Arizona:

​http://drugabuse.com/usa/drug-abuse/arizona/

 

A special thank you to DrugRehab.com and Advanced Recovery Systems (ARS) for suggesting the following resources via email to Project Clean


The following is a user-friendly guide for teens that answers commonly-asked questions about teen drug use and its consequences:

https://www.drugrehab.com/teens/


The following is a user-friendly guide for parents that discusses how parents can take an active role in preventing their kids from using drugs and alcohol:

https://www.drugrehab.com/guides/parents/