Resources

Resources

  • Butler County Coalition – The Butler County Coalition seeks to reduce alcohol and other drug use by youth and adults over time, through collaboration, education, and policy change.
  • United Way 211: Trained professionals can connect individuals toBC211 Info Poster essential community resources.
  • Developmental Assets:The Search Institute has identified 40 Developmental Assets – essential building blocks for healthy youth development. Research suggests that the more assets a young person has, the less likely they are to engage in substance abuse, fighting, bullying, and other risky behaviors. A greater number of assets also increases the likelihood that a young person will be academically successful, seek to help others, and maintaiM Positive Peer Influence May15n good relationships. Talawanda has made a strong commitment to be intentional about asset building for our students in all of our programming.
  • Interact for Health: Improves the health of people in the Cincinnati region by being a catalyst for health and wellness
  • Drug Free Action Alliance: Provides support to those working on substance abuse prevention in the state of Ohio
  • Ohio Department of Mental Health & Addiction Services: Promoting wellness and recovery throughout Ohio
  • Start Talking!: Governor and First Lady Kasich’s initiative to give adults the tools they need to talk to young people about the dangers of substance use.
  • CADCA: The mission of the Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America is to prevent alcohol, tobacco and other drug abuse.Sept. (2) Know! The Benefits Outweigh the Stress of Family Meals (1)
  • Know!: A program of the Drug-Free Action Alliance, bi-monthly tips are mailed to parents of middle school students to aid parents in talking to their children about substance use.
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  • Parents Who Host Lose the Most: A program of the Drug Free Action Alliance and in partnership with the Coalition for a Healthy Community, this educational campaign shares the message that it is unsafe, unhealthy, and unacceptable for a parent to provide alcohol to teenagers.
  • National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Butler County: The largest grassroots organization in the country dedicated to improving the quality of life for families and individuals who are impacted by mental health disorders. We do this by offering educational classes, hosting speakers who are experts in the field, and providing a monthly support group. All of our services are provided at no charge.
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