President Donald J. Trump proclaimed October as National Substance Abuse Prevention Month. OJJDP is committed to supporting states and communities as they work to prevent and treat substance abuse and assist in the recovery of youth and families who have been impacted. Through opioid-focused prevention and intervention programs and specialized training and technical assistance, OJJDP is working to break the cycles of addiction and crime, and save lives. In addition, OJJDP-funded drug courts provide services to help youth and families overcome the effects of substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders. Find more resources here.
Join the National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center mailing list to access the Stalking Awareness Month resources in the January edition of Advocate! Beyond the Shelter Doors. Join here.