Resources for Adults
Do you think — or know — that your child is using drugs or alcohol? Even if you believe your teen is just “experimenting” it’s important to take action right away.
Parents Toll-Free Helpline
speak to a Substance Abuse Specialist,
Mon - Fri, 10 am – 6 pm EST.
Drug and Alcohol Recovery Resource & Treatment Services Directory
Treatment eBook from drugfree.org
Partnership for Drug-Free Kids offers a Medication Assisted Treatment book, downloadable here, off
CAPA has constructed a local resource guide that includes a comprehensive list of resources, services, and treatment options for individuals and families struggling with substance abuse. These services include: Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Ala-teen, Al-Anon, and in-patient and outpatient treatment facilities.
What Do I Do If My Child is Drinking or Using Drugs?
Discovering that your child is using drugs or alcohol can be a scary experience for parents — you may feel alone, ashamed, and confused about what to do. Partnership for Drug-Free Kids offers step-by-step advice and sympathetic guidance from top substance abuse experts, family therapists, scientists and fellow parents to help you understand why teens use and how to confront your child, set boundaries and seek outside help. Many resources for help are available on their website, www.drugfree.org.
Putting the principles and lessons learned during drug rehabilitation into practice in the real world takes even more hard work, dedication and practice. Click Here to Download
Mental Helth Resource & Treatment Services Directory
CAPA has constructed this resource guide for the Brecksville-Broadview Heights community. Here you will find a comprehensive list of resources, services, and treatment options for individuals and families struggling with mental health issues and disorders.
How Much Is Too Much?
AlcoholScreening.org is a free, scientifically-based service to help people assess their own alcohol consumption patterns and to determine if their drinking is likely to be harming their health or increasing their risk for future harm. Please visit their website for more information, www.alcoholscreening.org.
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