🗣️ PARENTS: Research shows that you are the leading influence on your children's decisions about #UnderageDrinking. How are you starting the discussion this National Substance Abuse Prevention Month? ▶️ https://youtu.be/S0xTq15pzJU #TalkTheyHearYou
What counts as a standard size #drink? Get the facts at #RethinkingDrinking - #Alcohol and your #health: http://ow.ly/IyAE50z88P0
Yes, one day can change your life. Please join us at the next transformational #RecoveryReinvented. This one will be virtual, so it's easier than ever to join us. See the agenda, featured speakers, information and register now: https://bit.ly/3d781hC
“One devastating effect is that the COVID-19 pandemic is making a crucial factor in treating #addiction so much harder: human connection.” Via @JWahlly in @USAToday
Addiction is a disease that impacts the entire family, but there are resources that can help. The @AddictionPolicy Forum has just released a guide for family members trying to navigate the complex world of addiction and help loved ones achieve recovery. https://www.addictionpolicy.org/post/navigating-treatment-and-addiction-a-guide-for-families?fbclid=IwAR1GD9E2UXJQTMdauAE_pBk8OCNg4DdWynxKms5suiRE9qveIyul4Lcm_NU
The mission of the HCSAC is to collaborate with law enforcement, local governments, service and community organizations, youths, health care professionals, schools, parents, and individuals to take actions which will reduce substance abuse and related social problems among youths and adults.
Our focus is to help coordinate community efforts and provide education and prevention services to the youth and adults of Hood County.
The HCSAC is a coalition of community volunteers dedicated to the prevention of youth and adult substance abuse and supporting treatment services for those who need it. It does not provide direct services to clients.
We work to confront youth substance use by educating our community, mobilizing resources, developing collaborations & advocating for sound public policy.
If we can change people’s knowledge about drugs and alcohol, change their skills in resisting the pressure, and their attitude toward substance use, we can change their behaviors and create a healthier community. That’s what HCSAC is all about!
The Hood County Substance Abuse Council works to create a healthier community by educating about drugs, alcohol, and substance abuse.
1807 E. Hwy 377
Granbury, TX 76049