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Local and Area Resources
  • Capital Area Community Services Head Start  a comprehensive program for children ages 0-5.
  • Capital Area United Way uniting people and resources to solve defined problems and improve the quality of life for individuals and families in need.
  • Eaton County Substance Abuse Advisory Group providing Eaton County with substance abuse prevention strategies.
  • FACE Resources, taining and action on alcohol issues.
  •  If you have friends who are using drugs or alcohol, you may be the only person who can convince them to stop or get help.
  • HelpNet Employee Assitance Program help for employers nationwide to develop, promote, and implement Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) as a benefit to employees and their families.
  • Ingham County Health Department programs to prevent and control communicable diseases, programs to protect citizens from environmental hazards and several efforts and programs to link County residents to an organized system of health care.
  • Ingham County Tobacco Information The Ingham County Health Department has several programs and projects that work to eliminate unnecessary exposure to tobacco smoke. Help is also available for those that want to quit their tobacco addiction, to report exposure or to get help to reduce exposure to tobacco smoke in our community.
  • Kick Butts Day  we all help empower youth to stand out, speak up and seize control against Big Tobacco with fun, educational activities and events. Mark your calendar for the next Kick Butts Day, Wed., March 25, 2009.
  • Michigan Coalition to Reduce Underage Drinking (MCRUD)  provides leadership on state and national issues and assists individuals, grassroots groups, and organizations to reduce underage drinking locally.
  • Michigan Department of Community Health tobacco/smoking prevention.
  • Michigan Prevention Association
  • MI Smoke-Free Apartment where there's smoke, there can also be a smoke-free apartment. Information to make it happen.
  • MOST of Us a full-service social norms marketing firm. From survey design to program planning to the creation of national-quality campaign advertising, MOST of Us implements successful projects around the country.
  • MSU Kinship Care Resource Center Kindship care is the provision of full-time nurturing and protection of children by adults other than parents who have a family relationship bond with the children.
  • Parent's Guide to the Teen Brain New discoveries about adolescent brain development provide insights about teens and risky behaviors as well as new ideas and tips on what parents can say and do when talking with their teens about the risks of drugs and alcohol.
  • Smoking-Attributable Mortality, Morbidity and Economic Costs (SAMMEC)  National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion.
  • Tobacco-Free Michigan has been updated with all kinds of useful tobacco prevention resources.
  • What's Your Anti-Drug? Hundreds of thousands of teens across the country have told us their Anti-Drugs -- the hobby, person, or passion that stands between them and drugs. We're looking for real people just like you to feature on the pages of Freevibe.
  • Street Outreach: Gateway Community Services, Street Outreach Program takes us to the streets of Ingham, Eaton, and Clinton counties to seek out homeless teens that may not be ready to ask for the help they need. Thanks to a 3-year, $300,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Gateway now has the ability to expand its current services by going to the youth in their spaces to target those we miss due to hurdles that keep them from coming into ours. The outreach staff and volunteers head out Mondays through Fridays from 4pm to 8pm, providing street teens with basic, essential survival necessities like food, blankets, extra clothes, and hygiene products, as well as information about our services and other resources available to them in the community. This program enables Gateway to provide counseling, crisis intervention, and emergency housing to all youth ages 12 to 21.
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  • SafeZone: Gateway Community Services One goal of our new Street Outreach program, an extension of Higher Ground and Crossroads, is to build meaningful, sustainable partnerships with various businesses, churches, organizations, police departments, clinics, etc. to establish a network of SafeZones. Members of this network will be identifiable to youth by displaying our decal in plain sight on a window or door. Upon seeing the decal, youth will know this is a place where they can find information on our services and receive help and emergency services if in need. Youth will be allowed to remain at the SafeZone location while personnel contact our crisis counselors and make arrangements to meet with the youth, discuss alternatives, and provide transportation to another safe location.
  • Disposal Locations for Old Drugs Locator for pharmacies that accecpt old drugs for disposal.

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