Resources for Addictions and Substance Use Disorders
Youth Drug Prevention
Older Adult Services
Information and Referral
Jewish Resources for Recovery
Advanced clinical training on evidence-based practices.
Consultation to Jewish organizations around the country that are interested in developing addiction recovery programs in their local communities.
Support & Funding.
Creating a Culture of Compassion and Action in Response to the Opioid Crisis. Listen to a recording of this webinar which includes input from Kay Warren, co-founder of Saddleback Church and Marla Kaufman, founder of the Jewish Addiction Awareness Network. They address addiction, fear and misinformation that can challenge a community’s supportive response to these individuals and their families.
- Forum on Opioids: Strategies and Solutions for Minority Communities.
- Opening Your Doors: Congregational Readiness and Recovery Support.
- Do I Need this Pill? Understanding Pain and Prescription Drugs.
- Hope in Action: An Overview of the Practical Toolkit for Faith and Community Leaders in the Face of the Opioid Epidemic.
- There is Hope: Treatment, Recovery & Prevention.
- Understanding the Opioid Crisis: What’s at the Heart of the Matter?
- HHS Live Stream — Recording of a live presentation on “Opioids: Recovery, Prevention & Hope, National Experts Equip Faith and Community Leaders”.
A new campaign called the Cook County Meds Disposal Initiative is helping Cook County residents know what to do with unused medications. It includes a directory of sites throughout the county where people can dispose of medications. Proper disposal of medications is important for the environment and can also prevent their misuse.
For more information, visit CookCountyMeds.org.