If you are affected by someone you care about who has an addiction, you do not have to go through it alone. A Family Support Navigator is available in your community.
The primary goal of the Family Support Navigator is to assist families and individuals with gaining an increased understanding of the progression of addiction, and help remove barriers when navigating insurance, treatment systems, and other resources.
Our vision for Horizons clubhouse is to create a youth based community that is committed to making positive choices. ÊHorizons is open to all adolescents ages 12-17 who are seeking a safe environment to create positive relationships with other peers while working on life skills.Ê
Serves Essex, Hamilton, Cliton, Franklin, St. Lawrence, Jefferson, and Lewis counties.
The North Country Addictions Resource Center is designed to help communities by facilitating partnerships and collaboration with a primary focus on building community awareness about the dangers of substance use and helping resources that are available in a multi-county area.
Peer Recovery Coaching Services are designed to assist an individual in early recovery or seeking recovery.
The primary goal of the Peer Engagement Specialist is to serve as a resource for individuals and families struggling with a substance use disorder in various settings (such as emergency departments). These Specialists know where to find help and how to effectively engage with individuals who want to enter into recovery.
Improving the future of our diverse communities through quality prevention services.
To inform the public about the disease of alcoholism and substance abuse through information and education, to promote early treatment and rehabilitation of persons with drinking problems and/or substance abuse problems, their families and their children, to increase public awareness of alcoholism, to advocate and/or develop essential services for the treatment and prevention of substance abuse, to provide consultation services to interested persons and community leaders.
The goals of Teen Intervene are harm reduction, risk reduction, and/or abstinence.
Teen Intervene is a free and confidential, early intervention program designed to work with youth ages 12 to 19 who are experiencing mild to moderate alcohol or other drug use problems. Who can refer? Anyone can refer an adolescent to the program such as parents, police, judges, probation, counselors, or schools.