With a "can do" approach and a bit of guidance, any community can have success in preventing substance misuse." -Focus on Prevention, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
There are many organizations, programs, and websites you can turn to for information on preventing substance use and promoting effective prevention practices. This section provides a list of federal, national, state, and local organizations and electronic resources that can assist you in joining us in our commitment to empowering our community with the best evidence-based tools in substance use prevention.
Strategies and Programs to Prevent Substance Use
A research-based guide for parents, educators, and community leaders
National Institute on Drug Abuse
A guide for Child-serving organizations
To promote cognitive, affective, and behavioral health in children.
Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences, The National Academies
Examines the influence of risk and protective factors across several domains on adolescent substance use.
National Institute of Health
Increase uniformity in the knowledge and application of evidence-based prevention programs, services, and activities to reduce and prevent substance use disorders in the state of Indiana.
Prevention Insights, Indiana University
Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America
A go-to organization for families addressing every aspect of substance use and addiction, from prevention to recovery.
American Academy of Pediatrics
Resources for teens, teachers, and parents.
A DEA resource for parents, educators, and caregivers.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention
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