IYI

(Indiana Youth Institute)

You can use these contacts to report a crime, inquire about the laws in your area, and much more.

Information and answers for people fighting addiction.

SAMHSA

(Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration)

Provides valuable data, drug trends, and grant opportunities in the area of substance abuse prevention and treatment.

CADCA

(Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America)

Provides news, resources and training opportunities, as well as legislative updates for individuals working to prevent substance abuse.

NIDA

(National Institute on Drug Abuse)

Following are links to some of the BEST resources available in the areas of drug and alcohol prevention, youth risk and protective factors, as well as ever-changing trends in the drug trade.  It is our goal that these resources will help you to be informed and be vigilant in the fight against drug and alcohol abuse in Noble County.

An organization committed to learning and sharing the 40 Developmental Assets that all young people need to be successful in life.

If you are passionate about eliminating drug and alcohol abuse in your community, this page is for you!

The science behind drug abuse and addiction, NIDA provides research findings and publications to understand how the brain and body react to substance abuse.

Raises awareness for the consequences of addiction and helps communities become drug-free.

A great resource for anyone who works with youth in Indiana...IYI provides valuable data, resources, and grant opportunities for organizations that strive to improve the lives of youth in their Indiana communities.

Promotes better health through education and awareness.

Knowledge is power!  That's why we've provided these great resource links for you and your family!

RESOURCES & TRENDS

Other Cool Stuff:

Sponsored by SAMHSA, Too Smart to Start provides great resources and tools to help educate children about the risks of alcohol, tobacco and drug use.

Noble County Resources:

A virtual community of researches, practitioners, and concerned citizens across the US that share and discuss information about emerging and changing drug trends.

Here you will find a list of drop off locations where you may safely dispose of your unused or expired prescription drugs.