Starts With One
Opioids are now one of the leading causes of injury-related deaths in Washington State. More people die from overdose than from car crashes. The Starts with One campaign is designed to inform and educate young adults, their parents, and older adults about the dangers of prescription drug misuse and the importance of safe storage, use, and disposal. This campaign is funded by the Washington State Health Care Authority (HCA).

Start Talking Now is funded by the Washington State Health Care Authority and is updated and maintained by the Washington Healthy Youth (WHY) Coalition. The WHY Coalition's mission is to prevent and reduce underage alcohol and marijuana use. The WHY Coalition is a partnership of Washington State government agencies and organizations representing traffic safety, law enforcement, faith-based groups, education, public health, policy and rulemaking, and social services.

Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is the agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health of the nation. SAMHSA's mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America's communities.

Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA)
Since 1992, CADCA has demonstrated that when all sectors of a community come together, social change happens. CADCA represents over 5,000 community coalitions that involve individuals from key sectors including schools, law enforcement, youth, parents, healthcare, media and others. We have members in every U.S. state and territory and more than 30 countries around the world. The CADCA coalition model emphasizes the power of community coalitions to prevent substance misuse through collaborative community efforts. We believe that prevention of substance use and misuse before it starts is the most effective and cost-efficient way to reduce substance use and its associated costs.

Renew is Grant County's behavioral health and wellness provider with the full array of community mental health, substance use disorder, crisis stabilization, and developmental disability services.

Washington Recovery Hotline
The Washington Recovery Help Line is a program of Crisis Connections. We offer an anonymous, confidential 24-hour help line for Washington State residents. This help line is for those experiencing substance use disorder, problem gambling, and/or a mental health challenge. Our professionally-trained volunteers and staff provide emotional support. They can also connect callers with local treatment resources or more community services.

Washington Association for Substance Abuse & Violence Prevention
The mission of the Washington Association for Substance Abuse and Violence Prevention (WASAVP) is to unite prevention advocates in Washington State in order to create environments that support safe and healthy communities through prevention of substance abuse and violence.

Teen Link
You’re not alone. There is someone that’s willing to listen to you without judgment. Teen Link is a program of Crisis Connections that serves youth in Washington State. Our teen volunteers are trained to listen to your concerns and talk with you about whatever’s on your mind – bullying, drug and alcohol concerns, relationships, stress, depression or any other issues you’re facing. No issue is too big or too small! Calls and chats are confidential. Talk it out!

New Hope
New Hope provides FREE and CONFIDENTIAL services for victims of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Victims of Crime. We promise to: listen, believe you, help you get and stay safe, inform you of your options, help you rebuild your life, and keep your information confidential. It is our vision to empower individuals by providing a safe, confidential and nonjudgmental environment for healing from abuse.

HopeSource moves people to self-sufficiency by providing access to education, employment, economic development and vital services.

Triple Point NCW (program under Children’s Home Society of Washington)
Children’s Home Society of Washington’s Triple Point NCW is a local program for LGBTQ+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, intersex) youth, 12-18 years old who live in Chelan, Douglas, Grant, and Okanogan counties.

You Can (site for youth):
The You Can campaign is brought to you by the Marijuana Prevention and Education Program within the Division of Prevention and Community Health at the Washington State Department of Health. You Can is a prevention campaign by the Washington State Department of Health to educate 12 to 17-year-olds about the risks and consequences of marijuana use.