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Mental Health, Substance Use, and Prevention Resources

Alcohol/Drug Help Line

Alcohol & Drug 24 Hour Help Line

Alcohol Screening

 

Alcohol Screening – take the test, assess yourself

 

SAMHSA

Center for Substance Abuse Treatment National Drug and Alcohol Treatment Referral Service    1-800-622-HELP

SAMHSA Publications – Treatment, Prevention and Recovery

Clallam County

 

Chemical Dependency/Mental Health (CD/MH) Advisory Board Meeting Minutes

 

Washington State Department of Health

How to become a Certified Chemical Dependency Professional Licensing and Certification for Behavioral Health Agencies

Clallam County

 

Youth At Risk Program

 

Suicide Prevention LifeLine

 

National Suicide
Prevention Lifeline
1-800-273-TALK

 

Smoke Free

 

Quit Smoking at Smokefree.gov

 

Alcoholics Anonymous

 

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) – Western Washington

 

North Olympic Peninsula Area Narcotics Anonymous

 

North Olympic Peninsula Area Narcotics Anonymous (NA)

 

Stop Overdose

 

Help to respond to and prevent opioid overdose

 

Seattle Childrens

 

A parent’s guide to preventing underage marijuana use

 

Salish Behavioral Health Organization

 

Behavioral Health Providers in Clallam, Jefferson and Kitsap Counties

 

National Alliance on Mental Health

 

National Alliance on Mental Illness – providing peer-lead education to individuals with mental illness, and education and support to their families

 

Crisis Clinics of the Peninsula

24-Hour Telephone Crisis Services

(360) 479-3033

(800) 843-4793
National Institute on Drug Abuse

 

Information for patients, parents, families, educators and health professionals

 

Prevention Works
Prevention Works! A Community Coalition of Clallam County
Start Talking Now
Risks of underage use of alcohol, marijuana and other drugs
You Can

 

The You Can campaign is a prevention campaign by the Washington State Department of Health to educate 12 to 17-year-olds about the risks and consequences of marijuana use.

 

Washington state tobacco quit line
All Washington residents are eligible for some level of quit support from the Washington State Tobacco Quitline. Callers get help setting up a quit plan or receive counseling to help them remain tobacco-free. 
1-800-QUIT-NOW
Addiction Technology Transfer Center

 

The Addiction Technology Transfer Center (ATTC) Network trains the addiction workforce with latest evidence-based practices, informs that workforce on current research, and creates alliances among agencies and organizations that provide substance use disorder treatment and recovery services. Find training and academic programs, connect with an ATTC, and find support materials for trainers and pre-service educators, among other offerings.

 

 

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