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Chemical Dependency Information
Get fact sheets, resources, and service information related to chemical dependency from the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
District Resource Statement
The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene provides maps to all contracted programs listed in its District Resource Statement.
DUI Foundation
The DUI Foundation aims to provide state specific facts about law, policy, and legislation to reinforce the ideal that a single drunk driving accident can permanently have a negative impact on you, passengers in your vehicle, and anyone else involved in the disaster.
Quit Smoking Today
Now is the perfect time to stop smoking. The Department of Health and Mental Hygiene provides facts about smoking and tips on quitting.
Substance Abuse Education Program
The Department of Youth and Community Services educates adults and families on early identification of substance abuse problems, provides information on HIV/AIDS and other infectious diseases associated with drug use, and outlines the adverse effects of alcohol and drug abuse.
Substance Abuse Services for Students
Students ages 16-21,who are in temporary or involuntary educational settings such as substance abuse treatment centers are serviced through Re-Start, an educational program managed by District 79.
Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities
Perform an online search for a nearby substance abuse treatment facility.
Substance Use Resources
This page lists several of the major substance use support groups and resources available to New Yorkers, including Alcoholics and Narcotics Anonymous.
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