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Information will help high school students prepare for the transition to college and life after high school. Information on 5 key areas for emotional preparedness.
N.C. Resource List Local and Statewide
NC IVPD Poisoning Data
NC DHHS Opioid Crisis Page:
A quarterly update to NC’s Opioid Action Plan
DHHS Interactive Map
Social Determinates of Health Indicators across NC
Statewide Syringe Exchange sites
Quick Reference Numbers
Eastpointe- Substance Use & Mental Health Referral Service:
Easter Seals – Mobile Crisis:
Integrated Family Services Mobile Crisis:
Alcohol Drug Council of NC hotline: You are not alone Speak directly to someone who can relate to what you are going through.
OneCare – Mobile Crisis:
Hope Alliance Wilson NC:
Wilson, NC Crisis Center:
40 Million Americans ages 12 and older-or more than 1 in 7 people misuse or have an addiction to nicotine, alcohol, or other drugs.
This is more than the number of Americans with:
heart conditions (27 million)
diabetes (26 million)
cancer (19 million)
Source: CASAColumbia. (2012). Addiction medicine: Closing the gap between science and practice.
What is substance use disorder?
The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-5), no longer uses the terms substance abuse and substance dependence, rather it refers to substance use disorders, which are defined as Mild, moderate, or severe to indicate the level of severity, which is determined by the number of diagnostic criteria met by an individual. Substance use disorders occur when the recurrent use of alcohol and/or drugs causes clinically and functionally significant impairment, such as health problems, disability, and failure to meet major responsibilities at work, school, or home. According to the DSM-5, a diagnosis of substance use disorder is based on evidence of impaired control, social impairment, risky use, and pharmacological criteria.
N.C. Parent Resource Center:
Families Find Hope:
I Thought I Knew:
Internet Slang Dictionary:
Talk, They Hear You:
Marijuana Talk Kit:
JCANS A.C.I.C (Adult Children In Crisis)
H.O.P.E. for Moms
Helping Overcoming Persevering Encouraging
If you are navigating the challenges of helping a family member in active substance use, sober recovery or experienced the loss of a child due to a drug overdose, we offer you encouragement and a listening ear. Through confidential conversation you will find comfort knowing you are not alone.
H.O.P.E. is a faith based group, woven together with one voice and one heart. We share hurting hearts searching for hope and a place to heal. Standing together we find strength.
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Disclaimer: HOPE moms are not professional counselors. They share what they have learned through their personal experiences.
He will cover you with his feathers, and under his wings you will find refuge; his faithfulness will be your shield and protective barrier. Psalms 91:4
Nickelodeon: Kids and Alcohol Don’t Mix.
Partnership for Drug-Free Kids:
Don’t Quit Alone!
POE Center Raleigh NC:
JCans Wilson County Resources
Wilson County Prevention Coalition:
Wilson County Health Department:
Mondays and Thursday 4-6PM
Wilson County Health Department 1801 Glendale Drive
RC3 (Recovery Concepts Community Center)
RC3 Opens in Wilson to Fight Opioid Crisis – Wilson Times
Location: 2860 Ward Blvd. Ste C Wilson, NC
All Support Group Meetings at RC3 every Tuesday at 6:30PM