Sometimes it can get overwhelming trying to find information about substance use prevention. We’ve collected a variety of information and links from trusted sources to help get you started.
DCCCA provides social and community services that improve the safety, health, and well-being of those we serve.
We can all help prevent suicide. The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professional
Above the influence is a good site for parents to get drug facts. Also a great site for young people to find ways to get involved in the prevention community, and learn how to help themselves or a friend.
Partnering to promote prevention, treatment, and recovery to ensure Kansans with behavioral health needs live safe, healthy, successful and self-determined lives in their communities.
The Deterra Drug Deactivation System is powered by proprietary MAT12 Molecular Adsorption Technology, which deactivates prescription drugs using proprietary activated carbon. The technology is highly effective in absorbing and firmly binding pharmaceuticals, rendering them inactive and safe for the environment.
SAMHSA's mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America's communities.
KPC was created in an effort to integrate and innovate behavioral health prevention efforts.
Find current, science-based facts on how drugs affect the brain and body. Resources for teens, teachers, and parents including videos and activities.
Know the Risks is a good website for parents to learn about the health risks to young people who use e-cigarettes.
COMCARE provides a wide array of mental health and substance abuse services to residents of Sedgwick County. COMCARE is the largest of the Community Mental Health Centers in the State of Kansas and is committed to helping individuals lead more productive lives.
To support the health and wellness of our community, we encourage you to check out some of these Black mental health professionals in the Wichita area.
It Matters Getting better starts with understanding problems, recognizing warning signs, asking for help. It Matters and the Kansas Prevention Collaborative can help.