Teens

If you or a friend is in need of help or counseling please call:

Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration: 1-800-662-HELP
Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to obtain free resources or referrals to treatment

Clark County Heroin Crisis Line: 937-399-9500
Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)



Parents

The Partnership at DRUGFREE.org: 1-855-DRUGFREE (378-4373)
www.drugfree.org

Parents, the Anti-Drug
www.theantidrug.com

You know your child; therefore take notice when you see changes in personality, personal appearance and hygiene, or in school or social settings.



Health Agencies

Dayton’s Children’s Emergency Department: 937-642-3600

Springfield Regional Medical Center: 937-523-1000

Mental Health & Recovery Board of Clark Greene and Madison Counties
www.mhrb.org/clark-county.aspx

McKinley Hall: 937-328-5300
www.mhrb.org/clark-county.aspx

Matt Talbot House: 937-322-0872

Family & Children First Council: 937-327-1910
www.clarkfamilyfirst.org

Mental Health Services, Inc.: 937-399-9500

NAMI of Clark & Greene County: 937-322-5600
www.mhrb.org/nami.aspx

Oesterlen Services for Youth, Inc.: 937-399-6101
www.oesterlen.org

Project Woman: 937-634-9893
www.projectwomanohio.org

Community Mercy Reach: 937-390-5338
community-mercy.org/outreach_reach.asp

Cornerstone Project: 937-723-0055
www.cornerstone-project.com/Springfield.en.html

Mental Health Services for Clark County Outpatient Adolescent Recovery: 937-399-2701

Wellspring: 937-325-8727



Law Enforcement

Clark County Sheriff's Department
New Carlisle Substation: 937-845-1686
Station Dispatch, Non-Emergency: 937-328-2560

Springfield Police Department
Non-Emergency: 937-324-7680
Information Officer: 937-324-7685



Resource Links & Friends of Cole's Warriors

Chief Teach
www.chiefteach.com

A groundbreaking website and feature length video aimed at educating parents, teachers, coaches, counselors etc. about drug use and abuse. The full length video is always described as "phenomenal', "the best I have ever seen", and "every parent on the planet should watch this". Certainly not a boring 8th grade health class presentation. but a raw look at what the current drug trends and usage methods are. A video that is rapidly gaining state and national level attention.

Besides the full length video, the site has numerous other pieces of information such as drug facts and a "blog". The blog is proving to be very popular and is being added to on a routine basis. If you can only watch one "adult based" drug education video, this is the one! Many times described as the best on the web.

Robby's Voice
www.robbysvoice.com

Our mission is to save lives by raising awareness about drug addiction. We arm parents, students and communities with the information to identify the warning signs of substance abuse and get access to the resources needed to live a drug free life. Another great site for you guys to check out! Also check them out at www.facebook.com/robbysvoice

Hope Blooms
www.hopeblooms.net

A wonderful site dedicated to combating the scourge of drug use and abuse. Founded after the tragic loss of 21 year old Hannah Rachel O'Harra-Brown.

Let's Face It
www.letsfaceheroin.com

Today, Heroin–related deaths in Clark County are on the rise. The number of accidental deaths due to Heroin alone, match total number of deaths by both traffic and homicide combined. The statistics indicate that the trend is increasing. Since 2008, there's been more than a 400% increase in accidental deaths due to Heroin in Clark County.

We cannot ignore this issue. It affects our children and our co-workers, our family members and our neighbors. It's easy to deny, but the facts are, Heroin use is everywhere.



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