Explore our library of drug-use prevention resources

Half the battle of our prevention work is informing the uninformed. We desire that all become educated on what substances are out there, how they are affecting each and every one of us, and how we can help prevent substance use disorder (SUD). We hope these resources guide you to the help you may be looking for.

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OAR Line | Arizona Opioid Assistance and Referral Line

My Life My Quit | Free and confidential way to quit vaping or smoking.

DrugFreeAZkids.org | Provides parents, caregivers, healthcare providers, educators and others with educational tools, information and resources. Useful and easy to use resources to raise drug-free youth.

Parents of Addicted Loved Ones | Parents with an adult child dealing with substance use disorder involving either drugs or alcohol find hope and support through Parents of Addicted Loved Ones (PAL). Meetings are available all over the country, and lives are being changed every day. It’s not an easy journey, but you don’t have to go at it alone.

  1. Fentanyl Alert [PDF]
  2. Fentanyl Facts for Schools [PDF]
  3. Talk Now AZ | Fentanyl Facts [HTML]
  4. Preventing an Opioid Overdose Tip Card [PDF]
  5. One Pill Can Kill | Fake Oxy's and Fentanyl [JPG]
  6. How to Use NARCAN® Nasal Spray [HTML] or English | Spanish [PDF]
  7. Heroin, Fentanyl & Other Opioids eBook / RUG Recommended [PDF]
  8. Reversing an Opioid Overdose | How to reverse an opioid (e.g. fentanyl) overdose
  9. One Pill Can Kill | Fentanyl
  10. One Pill Can Kill Part 2 | Fentanyl
  1. Meth 2.0 Fact Sheet  English | Spanish [PDF]

  1. Parents of Addicted Loved Ones [HTML]

  2. What Parents Need to Know About Vaping [PDF]

  3. Parents and Quick Tips About Teen Vaping [PDF]

  4. TalkNowAZ.com – Resources, guides, tips and information to support parents

  5. Today's Marijuana – An Overview (Interactive)

  6. Marijuana Talk Kit for Talking to Your Teens [PDF] / RUG Recommended

  7. Parent Talk Kit: Tips for Talking and What to Say to Prevent Drug and Alcohol Abuse [PDF] / RUG Recommended

  8. Fact Sheet - Rx Stimulants and Benzodiazepines [PDF] / RUG Recommended

  9. NaloxoneAZ.com – Locator to help find the nearest opioid overdose reversal drug near you

  10. AZ Drug Demand Reduction's Family Resources [HTML]

  11. How to Handle it When You Catch Your Teen Using [PDF]

  12. 10 Dumb Reasons (for teens) [PDF]

  13. What is Kratom? English | Español [PDF]

  1. FindTreatment.gov | Find substance abuse treatment for themselves or others [HTML]
  2. Opioid Use Disorder and Treatment [HTML]
  3. Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) [HTML]
  4. Treatment and Recovery Options [HTML]
  5. Alcohol Effects, Addiction Treatment, and Resources [HTML]
  6. Sober Apps: New Tools to Help Those in Recovery [HTML]
  7. AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) | Online Meetings [HTML]
  8. NA (Narcotics Anonymous) | Online Meetings [HTML]
  9. Cocaine Anonymous: Offers online support and services [HTML]
  10. Marijuana Anonymous: Offers virtual support [HTML]
  11. A Ton of Other Resources [PDF]
  12. Recovery Village | Alcohol Abuse and Addiction Information [HTML]

  1. Substance Abuse in Veterans: A Guide for 2021 [HTML]

  2. PTSD Self-Test here:  Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Screening Test [HTML]

  1. How to Tell if Someone is Shooting Up [HTML]
  2. How to Tell if Someone is Injecting Drugs
  3. Signs You May Have SUD

  1. Get in the Way Tip #1

  2. Get in the Way Tip #2

  3. Get in the Way Tip #4

  4. The Peer Factor Blog Post [HTML]

Maricopa County Department of Public Health is funding Rise Up! Glendale for Substance Use Prevention and Response Interventions through August 2024. Partnership does not imply endorsement of other activities, views, or statements from Rise Up! Glendale.

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