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Alcohol and Drugs

Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare: Provides mental health and drug and alcohol assessment, counseling, and crisis response services for adults, children and families.  Accepts OHP, Medicare, and most private insurance. Also offers sliding scale for uninsured clients.      MAIN: 503-325-5722     CRISIS: 503-325-5724        


Jordan's Hope: A local nonprofit group that promotes drug and alcohol addiction treatment, prevention, and education in our community.                                                                                              


National Council on Alcohol and Drug Dependence: Provides information about addiction, recovery, and resources for addicts, families, and friends.  Also includes self-assessment quizes related to drug and alcohol use.


Alcoholics Anonymous:  Provides 24 hour local 12-step alcoholism support and meeting referral.



Narcotics Anonymous:  Provides local 12-step drug addiction support and meeting referral.



AL-ANON: Resources and support meeting referral for family members of alcoholics and addicts.



Youthline: A free and confidential 24-hour counseling and crisis resource for teens.                           1-877-YOUTH-911 or text "teen2teen" to 839863


Teens Health:  A useful website with all sorts of teen specific health information.  If you have a question about all things health, this is a great resource to find answers!                                  


NIDA for Teens:  Get the facts on how drugs affect your body and brain and learn about the science behind addiction.  Learn about ways to get help for yourself or your friends or things you can do to prevent drug abuse in your school and community.                                        1-800-662-HELP  Learn about different drugs, short and long term signs and risks associated with drug abuse, prevention and treatment programs, and ways to get help for yourself, a friend, or family member.                      


National Institute on Drug Abuse: Provides information and resources on drug abuse designed for parents, children and teens, and teachers.  They also have a resource hotline for those seeking help.        1-800-662-4357

Talk with a school counselor for additional resources, referrals, or more information about the Warrenton School District's Student Assistance Program which provides students with drug and alcohol assessments and options for counseling.