Behavioral Health Fact Sheets

SAMHSA, September 2015 While many of us working in the substance misuse field have long-recognized the value of prevention, placing this work in the context of overall behavior health requires a critical shift in perspective. Applying a behavioral health lens to our... read more

Back-to-School Survival Guide for Parents  Getting ready for the upcoming school year isn’t all about notebooks, brand new clothes, and lunchboxes. It’s also about preparing your child for a new transition and laying the foundation for good communication. Questions about drugs and alcohol will... read more

SKPP “We Hear You” PSA

South Kingstown Partnership For Prevention, 2015 Created by teenagers to let parents know they hear them listens to them when talking about drugs and alcohol, and also not to give... read more

Children Who Sip Alcohol More Likely to Become Teens Who Get Drunk: Study Children Who Sip Alcohol More Likely to Become Teens Who Get Drunk: Study

Partnership for Drug-Free Kids, April 2nd, 2015 Children who are allowed to sip alcohol are more likely to drink by the time they reach ninth grade, a new study finds. Researchers at Brown University found children who had sipped alcohol by the time they were in sixth... read more

Anchor Learning Academy

Anchor Learning Academy Recovery high schools provide students in recovery from substance use issues with a supportive environment where they can achieve success in academics and focus on their recovery journeys. The curriculum combines educational and clinical... read more

The Hope & Recovery
Support Line

In the event of an opioid overdose, call to connect with a licensed counselor, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can also talk to your doctor about medication-assisted treatment.

401.942.STOP (7867)