Collin County Substance Abuse Coalition is Re-Inventing Itself!
The Collin County Substance Abuse Coalition is comprised of law enforcement, treatment professionals, healthcare professionals, school personnel, and counselors who meet monthly to share a common focus on substance abuse awareness. As a collaborative team, our goal is to educate the community on current drug trends, statistics, warning signs and prevention efforts and to foster open communication regarding drug and alcohol use within families and the community.
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Watch Eric Brown share the story of his son, Montana.
Betty Ford Center Children’s Program – (972) 751-0363 - Provides intervention and prevention services to children ages 7-12 who have been affected by a family member’s drug and/or alcohol abuse.
Collin County Substance Abuse Program – 900 East Park, Suite 170, Plano (972) 633-3370 Free drug assessments and evaluations are available for teenagers.
Grant Halliburton Foundation – (972) 744-9790 - Programs aimed at teaching people how to recognize the signs of distress or suicidal crisis in a young person and how to lead them to help. http://www.granthalliburton.org/
Hope’s Door – HOTLINE (972) 422-7233 - A 30 day shelter for victims of domestic & dating violence. Outreach Branch - For women who are preparing to leave an abusive relationship or have left a relationship and do not need shelter – Call (972) 422-2911 www.hopesdoorinc.org
Serenity High School (9th – 12th Grades) – (469) 742-7830 Established in Collin Co. under the auspices of McKinney ISD solely for students coming out of drug treatment where recovering teens can live out their commitment to staying clean and sober. http://serenity.mckinneyisd.net
The Turning Point (formerly the Rape Crisis Center of Collin Co.) -
Provides assistance to survivors of sexual assault through individual and group counseling for victims, friends, and family members, hospital accompaniment, and community education. Phones answered 24 hours/day. www.theturningpoint.org
Alcoholics Anonymous –Offers support groups for adults & teens with a drug/alcohol problem. www.aadallas.org
Al-Anon –Support group to help families and friends of alcoholics recover from the effects of living with the problem drinking of a relative or friend. www.dallasal-anon.org
Alateen – Support group for teens affected by the drug and/or alcohol use of a loved one. www.al-anon.alateen.org
Narcotics Anonymous – Support groups for adults & teens with a drug problem. www.na.org
Celebrate Recovery – Biblically based program that helps one overcome hurts, hang-ups, and habits. www.celebraterecovery.com
Families Anonymous – Support for those affected by the destructive behavior of a family member caused by drugs/alcohol/emotional problems. https://www.familiesanonymous.org/