Provides inpatient and outpatient services to over 1,000 youth annually, to keep them free from drugs and alcohol. First Call for Help
180-day long-term residential substance-abuse treatment for women over
18. Women must be pregnant or parenting a child under the age of 6.
624-1244 Greater Spokane Substance Abuse Council
to learn more about the dangers of prescription drugs and other
substances, or to share your story of recovery in an effort to help
(509) 922-8383http://www.gssac.org http://www.drugfree.org Narcotics Anonymous
325-5045Reaching Out Advocating Recover (ROAR)
Promotes freedom from substance abuse.
(509) 326-7627. Secret Witness
anonymous tip-line to report the sale of drugs, or any other illegal
activity. Cash rewards are offered for information that leads to
arrests to keep our community safe.
(509) 327-5111. Seek help with substance abuse problems.
Call the 24-hour, toll-free support line at 1-800-562-1240. Spokane County Drug Unit
(509) 477-4778Spokane Treatment and Recovery Services
(formerly Community Detox Services of Spokane)
312 W. 8th Avenue
(509) 477-4631“Street Drugs—a Drug Identification Guide,”
is an outstanding resource book containing hundreds of pictures of
drugs which are sold on the street. Contact our local law enforcement
for a copy, or request a copy from
LLC, 2805 Alvarado Lane N,
Plymouth, MN 55447
(763) 473-0646 mailto:email@example.com