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Don't Let Addiction Define You.

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SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION

We’re Here to Help and Prevent

The Northern Kentucky Regional Prevention Alliance continues to work in concert with the Northern Kentucky Agency for Substance Abuse Policy Board, the Northern Kentucky Office of Drug Control Policy, the Heroin Impact Response Task Force, ten coalitions across eight Northern Kentucky counties, and other professionals to reduce alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use among teens as a deterrent to health and well-being.

 

The Northern Kentucky Regional Prevention Alliance is funded through a federal Drug Free Communities Grant and is managed by Mental Health America of Northern Kentucky and Southwest Ohio, Division of Prevention and Early Intervention Services for Adolescents.

Northern Kentucky Prevention Alliance: drugfreenky.org/about-us/

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Law Enforcement/Cutting Supply

We Can’t Do This Without the Help of the Community

If you have information on heroin/opiate overdoses please call the Northern Kentucky Drug Strike Task Force 859-525-6272.

 

All tips will remain confidential and tips will be identified by numbers only.

Together we can make a difference in reducing the impact these drugs have on our communities.

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TREATMENT

Treatment Works
  • Recovery takes more than just physical detox. In fact some won’t experience physical withdrawal at all. Treatment and recovery require attention to all aspects of our lives…physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and social.

 

  • Treatment can provide the tools needed to deal with the desire to use, help control cravings and begin to heal. Staying connected to treatment and/or a recovery community supports long term recovery and the restoration of a life to be proud of.

 

  • You can get help in our area. Visit Resources for a list of community resources.
Recovery Support

Recovery for individuals and families is a process of change that impacts all areas of life. Sustained recovery includes:

Health:
Overcoming or managing one’s disease(s) as well as living in a physically and emotionally healthy way.

Home:
A stable and safe place to live that supports recovery.

Purpose:
Meaningful daily activities, such as a job, school, volunteerism, family caretaking, or creative endeavors, and the independence, income and resources to participate in society.

Community:
Relationships and social networks that provide support, friendship, love, and hope.

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Harm Reduction

To learn more about our region’s community-based Naloxone distribution, syringe exchange, community support, education, and access to health care for intravenous drug users, contact Northern Kentucky People Advocating Recovery.