Raymond Coalition for Youth knows the value of connecting resources. We work hard to find community partners that can help connect the community with valuable information and resources. If you are looking for more information on any topic that isn’t listed, we invite you to connect with us and we will work to get that information to you.

Heroin / Opioid



We wish everyone a safe, healthy and happy holiday. 
Click this fact sheet below for tips for a safe holiday: 


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Medication Safety Tips:

Proper, safe disposal of medications helps to keep our community safe, but also protects our environment! 
Thank you to the Raymond Police Department for the availability of the medication disposal box in their lobby, available 24/7, and it's FREE. 

All contents of the box are incinerated. No need to remove labels from prescription bottles. Your privacy is guaranteed. 


Here is a resource tree for those struggling with Heroin/Opioid addiction and looking for help and treatment:





As you may know, the Raymond Coalition for Youth has formed a Heroin/Drug Task Force for our community. The purpose is:

  • To help break the stigma about addiction and substance misuse so those in need will seek services and resources.
  • To increase access to resources in our community to help individuals and families struggling with substance misuse and addiction.
We recognize that this concern is going to take all corners of our community working together to address it successfully and bring Hope and help to everyone effected by it.  The most successful and cost effective strategy is prevention. 


Take a look at the videos that members of our Heroin Task Force produced in 2016, with the help of Raymond Community Television:



Helpful Links

Counseling Services:

Seacoast Mental Health Center – Promoting recovery since 1963

Webster Place Recovery Center – Where recovery works


Drug Information Facts:

MDMA FAQs

MDMA Research Report

Molly Fact Sheet

E-Cigarette Use Among Youth and Young Adults - Fact Sheet from a report of the Surgeon General, December 2016.
Know the Risks: E-Cigarettes & Young People: Visit the U.S. Surgeon General's interactive website, updated December 2016. 

Family Support:

Austin17House Austin17House is a place where youth and adults can strengthen their identity, become strong leaders and where they can build and find their dreams. Our goal is to do this through community, building support systems and hope. We provide an after-school mentorship program that supports our local youth and adults through the development of positive life skills. Our goal is to always have an atmosphere of fun and self-acceptance while creating friendships and building a stronger community. Located in Brentwood, NH.

Families First – Support for families, health care for all.

A Safe Place – Saving lives and creating futures

A Parent’s Guide to the Teen Brain

Boys Town – Saving children, healing families.

NIEHS Activities – Spend time with you child and have some fun – Games, Puzzles, Experiments

Family Day – Family dinners are an effective way to help keep America’s kids substance free

singlemothergrants.org – Single mother assistance in New Hampshire

Prevention:

Drug Free NH DrugfreeNH.org is a collaborative effort of the Partnership for a Drug-Free New Hampshire, the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services’ Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services, The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, and the Governor’s Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention, Treatment and Recovery.

Drug-free.org – Find the support, tools, resources, & answers you need as a parent or guardian.

PARENTS. The Anti-Drug.

CADCA – Building drug-free communities

Leadership to Keep Children Alcohol Free

New Futures – Advocate, educate, collaborate to reduce alcohol and other drugs in New Hampshire.

National Organization for Youth Safety

Allies in Substance Abuse Prevention

Free Online Alcohol Prevention Course for Parents

Talking to Kids: Drug and Alcohol Help Resources

National Alliance for Marijuana Prevention – Top Ten reasons. The issues are complicated, the answer is simple.

DrugRehab.com - An informational site with in depth guides and resources about addiction and ways to seek recovery.

Alcohol Rehab Guide – (ARG) is an organization that provides comprehensive, reliable information on the various aspects of alcohol abuse and addiction. 


Suicide Prevention:

The Connect Project – Training professionals and communities and suicide prevention and responses

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

National Alliance on Mental Illness


Self Injury Prevention:

S.A.F.E. Alternatives – Self Abuse Finally Ends

Treatment:

Granite Pathways Regional Access Points: Regional Access Point Services is a statewide network, accessible by phone or in person to help New Hampshire residents struggling with addiction, to get the timely, supportive services they need; helping both individuals and families navigate the complex systems of care to real solutions.

Road to a Better Life – Free yourself from your struggle with dependence. Nine locations throughout New Hampshire: Somersworth, Newington, Merrimack, Concord, Plymouth, North Conway, Littleton, Wolfeboro and Lebanon.

Addiction Recovery Services – Evidence-based treatment for substance use and co-occurring mental health symptoms. Portsmouth and Salem, NH locations. Intensive Outpatient Programs and Aftercare offered.

NH Alcohol and Drug Treatment Locator - Treatment for problems with alcohol or drug abuse is available. Find a provider in your area.

SAMHSA - The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's Opioid Treatment Program Directory.

Addiction Center: Helping you find an inpatient drug rehab in New Hampshire.




We have some excellent info cards and postcards for local businesses give out to help. 
Please contact our office to get some (603) 895-7061:

Business-sized cards:

Letter-sized "posters" for your window or reception area: