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Drug/Alcohol Addictions & Mental Health Resources

DRUG AND ALCOHOL ADDICTIONS 
& MENTAL HEALTH 
RESOURCES
(a work in progress)

Substance Abuse Treatment Locator
https://findtreatment.samhsa.gov/
800-662-4357(HELP)

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Health Department Locator
www.cdc.gov/mmwr/international/relres.html

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Mental Health Locator
www.mentalhealth.samhsa.gov/databases

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National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org
1-800-273-TALK
(8255)
Anytime 24/7 to speak with a trained staff person.
or
Crisis Text Line:  Text "GO" to 741741
to get assistance from trained crisis counselors.

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Substance Abuse Counselors 

Chrissie Larchez, CADC, MHPP
600 E Stephenson Ave, Harrison, AR  72601
www.rightmovecounseling@gmail.com
870-688-8352

Ozark Counseling Services, Inc
715 W Sherman, Suite A, Harrison, AR  72601
(870) 741-8216
Hotline (870) 741-7755

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  Classes/Support Groups

 

 Al-Anon/Alateen
 206 S Cherry
 870-718-1581 or 870-688-6763

 http://www.al-anon.alateen.org
 888-4AL-ANON (888-425-2666)
 Mon & Thurs @ 6:00 pm; Wed @ 10:00 am
 Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
(Meets near Independent Living)
(phone number and address?)

 Harrison, AR
 http://www.aa.org
 M-F @ 8 am
 7days a week@ Noon and @ 8 pm
 Sat & Sun @ 9 am

(AA) Cosmopolitan Group
2323 Durwood Rd
Little Rock, AR  72207

501-663-9979

Wed's 6:30 am
 American Council on Alcoholism
 http://www.aca-usa.org
 800-527-5344
 
 ARISE
 422 N Main (bottom section of   Vangaurd Bldg, across from       Fountain Appliances),
 Harrison, AR
(phone number?)
 Class:  Recovery in Christ
 Sat's @ 7 pm & Mon's @ 7 pm
 C lass:  Common Solution   Recovery
 Thursday's @ 7 pm
 Other Classes offered nightly.
 Faith based program for men and women, focuses on cycle of  addiction, recovery classes, life skills, parenting, and a thrift  store. (Check back...more classes coming.)
 AWOL Meetings
 1313 Hwy 62/65 N
(phone number?)
Harrison, AR
 Sun @ 8 pm
 Mon @ Noon
 Tues @ Noon & 8 pm
 Wed @ Noon & 8 pm
 Thur @ Noon & 8 pm
 Fri @ Noon & 8 pm
 Sat @ Noon & 8 pm
 Cocaine Anonymous
 http://www.ca.org
 800-347-8998
 
 Hot-line
(limited referrals)
877-335-4673
 
 Humbled Hearts Christian  Ministry (DBA The   Hummingbird House)
 616 W Newman
 870-715-5538
 humbledheartscm@gmail.com

 Thrift Store:  421 N Main
 Harrison, AR
 Provides women an opportunity to help recover  from substance abuse problems. HHCM offers effective and  comprehensive faith-based recovery support to women that suffer drug and/or alcohol problems that prevent becoming productive members of society. Non-profit, privately funded sober living home and recovery support program to provide a safe and affordable environment while actively and willingly seeking permanent recovery from addictions.
 NAR-ANON Meeting
 1313 Hwy 62/65 N
 http://nar-anon.org
 800-477-6291
(location?)
 Mondays @ 5:30 pm
 Narcotics Anonymous
(location?)
 Meets Daily at Noon (except Sundays) & Meets Daily at 8 pm
 National Council on Alcoholism  & Drug Dependence Hopeline
 http://www.ncadd.org
 800-NCA-CALL (800-622-2255)
 

 National Institute on
Alcohol Abuse & Alcoholism
 http://www.niaa.nih.gov

 
 Oxford House
 372 Harness
 870-204-5357
 www.oxfordhouse.org
 Clean and sober living house for men, in Harrison, AR.

 Real Ministries
 Breaking the Chains class with    Curtis Brunridge

 111 S. Spring St
 (across from Harrison's City Hall)
(phone number?)

 First 3 Sundays of the month @ 6 pm
 Spirituality & Recovery Class
 by Minister David Artman
 1st Christian Church
  915 S Maple    
  Harrison, AR
 870-741-5757
 Wednesday's (during the school year) @ 6 pm
 Come @ 5:30 for a meal prior
  Tetelestai House
 22100 Old Hwy 65, Omaha, AR
 870-426-4988
 http://tetelestaihouse.org
 tracy@tetelestaihouse.org
 Faith based organization for women coming out  of jail, needing a safe place to go for a new start in life.

  

  

Substance Abuse Treatment Centers
&
Behavior and Pain Centers

12 & 12
6333 East Skelly Drive
Tulsa, OK 74135
918-663-0203 (fax)
(918)664-4224, (800) 680-8979,
Fax:  (918) 664-4224
Crisis Hotline: (866) 771-7088
http://12and12.org/

 
 Arkansas Cares
 (Women and Children)
 2002 South Fillmore Street
 Little Rock, AR
 501-661-7979
 

Bailey's Behavioral Health

 

 
 Barbs Place
 276 Linden Ave
  Hot Springs, AR  71901
 (501) 624-6185
 
 BCD Hoover Ctr
 4000 W 13th St
 Little Rock, AR  72204
 (501) 663-4774

 
 Behavior Services Baptist Health
 9601 I-630
 Little Rock, AR  72205
 (501) 202-7507
 www.baptist-health.org
 
 Capstone Treatment Center
 120 Meghan Lane
 Judsonia, AR  72081
 501-729-4479
 
 Catar Clinic
 1401 S University Ave
  Little Rock, AR   72204
 (501) 664-7833
 
 CORE
 602 S 6th Street
 Branson, MO  65616
 417-339-3804
 
 Counseling Associates, Inc
 350 Salem Rd, Conway, AR  72032
 (501) 336-8300
 www.caiinc.org
 
 Counseling Clinic, Inc
 (The Recovery Ctr)
 710 W Grove St, El Dorado, AR  71730
 (870) 864-2475
 WWW.sarhc.org
 
 Crowleys Ridge Development   Council
 (NE AR Regional Recovery Ctr)
 6009 CW Post Road
 Jonesboro, AR  72401
 (870) 932-0228
 Treatment, Detox, Out-Patient, Day, Short-term, Long- term; Adolescents
 Decision Point
 602 North Walton Blvd
 Bentonville, AR 
 479-464-1060
          &
 301 Holcomb St
 Springdale, AR  72764-4404
 479-756-1060
 www.decision-point.org
 

Dorcas House
823 South Park Little Rock, AR  72202 501-374-4022
www.urmissionlr.org

9 month domestic program; and 9 month recovery with addiction help
 First Step-Detox
 Alcohol and Opioid
Baxter Regional Medical Center
 624 Hospital Drive
 Mountain Home, AR  72653
 870-508-1000
 
 Freedom House
 400 Lake Front Dr
 Russellville, AR  72802-2206
 479-968-7086
 www.freedomhouseadtc.org
 
 Gateway House, Inc
 3900 N Armour Ave
 Ft Smith, AR  72904
 (479) 783-8849 x27
 
  Gyst House, Inc
 8101 Frenchman Lane
 Little Rock, AR  72209
(501) 568-1682
 
 Harbor House, Inc
 615 N 19th St
  Ft Smith, AR  72901
 (479) 785-4083
 www.harborhousefs.org

 
Hoover Treatment Center
4000 W 13th St
Little Rock, AR  72204
501-663-4774
Inpatient; long term
 Mid Arkansas Substance Abuse Services
 4601 W 7th St
  Little Rock, AR  72205
 (501) 686-9393
 Hotline:  (501) 686-9393
 
 NADC Substance Abuse Treatment Program
 Oak and 9th St
  Batesville, AR 72503
 (870)793-2221
 
 New Beginnings
 416 York Street
 Warren, AR  71671
 870-226-9955
 
North AR Regional Medical Center:
The Center for Memory, Mood & Thought
620 N Main
Harrison, AR  72601

(Behavioral Health Unit)


Inpatient-55 and older
870-414-4101

Outpatient-18 and older:  Medication Management
870-414-4120

 OMART, Inc
 1502 N Main, Harrison, AR  72601
 (870) 365-7251
 116 Snowball Dr, Gassville, AR 72635
(870) 435-6200
 
Pain Management Center for Interventional Pan Management
620 N Main
Harrison, AR  72601
870-414-5255
 
 Quapaw House
 225 Hazel Street
 Hot Springs, AR
 501-625-3535
 
 Scott Greening Dependency Center
 1315 E 20th St
 Joplin, MO  64804
 417-623-1990
 
 Serenity Park
 2801 W Roosevelt Road
 Little Rock, AR  72204
 501-663-7627
 
 South Arkansas Regional Health Ctr
 710 W Grove St
  El Dorado, AR  71730
 (870) 864-2475
 www.sarhc.org
Treatment; Out-Patient, Day, Short-term
  Vantage Point Behavioral Health
 Outpatient Counseling (All Ages): 
 117 Sawgrass Point
 Harrison, AR 72601
 870-741-2658
 Therapeutic Day Treat (K-Grade 12):
 121 Sawgrass Point
 Harrison, AR 72601
 870-391-3871
 Inpatient (Psychiatric Services-all ages,  Detox for Adults)
 4253 N Crossover Rd
 Fayetteville, AR 72703
 1-800-545-HOPE
 Assessment and referrals. Accepts most insurances.       Detox or outpatient counseling. (K-12 kids and adults)
 Veterans Affairs Medical Ctr
 1100 N College St
  Fayetteville,  AR 72703
 (479) 443-4301 x5768
 Treatment, Detox; In-Patient, Out-Patient
 Wilber Mills
 3302 E Moore Ave
 Searcy, AR 
 (501)-268-7777
 

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Volunteer Organizations
Volunteers are needed.  Get involved with any of these organizations to make a difference in our great community.

Boone County Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition
An organization with a vision of empowering a happy, healthy drug-free community and a mission of changing the culture toward a drug-free community through empowering youth and providing education, mentorship, prevention and healthy choices.  Together we can stop substance abuse at our community's door.  The Coalition is an evidence-based organization formed to address local issues associated with alcohol, tobacco, prescription drugs, and marijuana with local action through active, assertive processes that create conditions and personal attributes that promote individual wellbeing.  The Coalition is facilitated through Drug Free Communities grant number  SPO-20963-01 from the Office of National Drug Control Policy and Substance Abuse and Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Meets the 4th Wednesday of the month @ 3:00 pm.
(next meet:  Jan 25, 2017)
Durand Ctr, Bear State Bank Rm, Harrison, AR
 https://www.facebook.com/BCSAPC

Drug Free Communities Staff

 Rick Washam, Program Director  Richard.washam@northark.edu 870-391-3366
 Karen Hill, Program Coordinator  khill@northark.edu 870-391-3540
 Chrissie Larchez, Youth Program Coordinator  Christine.larchez@northark.edu 870-391-3539
 Andrea Beck, AmeriCorps VISTA  andrea.beck@northark.edu 870-391-3367
 Patrick Hunter, President  phunter@norkark.edu 870-391-3104
 Debbie Johnson, Vice President  Debbie.Johnson@narmc.com 870-414-4142
 Tammi McCutchen, Treasurer  tammi.mccutchen@Arkansas.gov 870-743-5244
 Tawana Manning, Secretary   870-741-7600 x7003

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  OTHER INFORMATIVE WEBSITES

www.teenchallenge.org

 https://detoxtorehab.com/arkansas/

www.drugrehab.com

http://tobacconomics.org/

https://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/fasd/

www.nofas.org

https://www.eliterehabplacement.com

https://eliterehabplacement.com/alcohol/

https://eliterehabplacement.com/drug/cocaine/
(E
lite Rehab is a no cost rehab placement company
that connects patients with rehab centers all over the US.)

http://www.nsc.org/learn/nsc-initiatives/pages/prescription-drug-abuse.aspx

 Recovery.org
http://recovery.org/browse/harrison-ar/

Drugabuse.com
http://drugabuse.com/drug-abuse-programs/

https://www.drugabuse.gov

 
https://www.adrugrehab.org
Informative facts and guidance regarding addiction treatment and mental health issues.  Extensive blog list,too.

Find facilities in Arkansas.  24/7 toll-free crisis line, and educational content.
 
Periodic table of drugs.
 
Real-time statistics.
 
 
Former homeless people share their advice.
 
Runaways and Drug Abuse:  15 Ways to Reach Out and Make a Difference
 
Homeless Shelter Directory
 
Your Home Through Philanthropy
 
13 Essential Items You Never Thought to Donate to Those in Need.
 
 

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We encourage you to "Monitor, Secure and Dispose"of your prescription medications.  Store medicine in a locked box.  Remove old medications, but DO NOT flush unwanted drugs, or place in trash.  The National Prescription Take Back Initiative schedules collection events each spring and fall.  The Harrison Police Dept and the Boone County Sheriffs Office participates in these events, and have set disposal bins at their locations for drop offs at any times. 

How to dispose of Medications

TAKE BACK LOCKED DROP-OFF BINS
(for prescriptions & non-prescriptions, no syringes)

 Harrison Police Department
 116 N Spring
 Harrison, AR  72601
 870-741-5463

 Boone County Sheriff's Office
 5800 Law Drive
 Harrison, AR  72601
 870-741-8404

It is time to Clean out your medicine cabinet of outdated, unused or unwanted medications. If you find that you have anything like this in your cabinet or on your shelves, this is a great time to get rid of them.  Come on by.  Takeback is a great service to our community because it promotes a safe method of getting rid of our unused medications and keeping them out of the hands of our youth. 

TAKEBACK EVENT
The Annual National Event is usually  in April.  In 2017 it was on Saturday, April 29th,
where old medications could be taken to the Harrison Police Department
or to the Boone County Sheriff’s Department from 10-2.  

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 Boone County Hometown Health Improvement Quarterly Meeting
"Opioids and You - A Community Conversation
About the Opioid Epidemic"

October 25, 2017 

10:00 – 11:30 a.m.
JPH Center, South Campus,
North Arkansas College,
  Harrison, AR

Silver ribbon.jfif

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Myth:  Coffee can sober up someone who has had too much to drink.
Fact:  Time, is the only thing that can sober someone.  It takes about one hour to oxidize each drink.

Myth:  Someone who has had too much to drink will look intoxicated.
Fact:  Physical appearance can be misleading.  One drink can impair someone's ability to drive.  Judgment is the first thing affected when someone has been drinking and important motor skills are next.

Myth:  You'll get drunk a lot quicker with hard liquor than with a beer or wine cooler.
Fact:  Beer, winecoolers, wine, and hard liquor all have equivalent levels of alcohohl and will make you equally intoxicate.

Myth:  Alcohol is a great way to relax ad reduce stress.
Fact: Alcohol increases the level of stress that is placed on the body.  Adrenaline levels increase in the body as we drink,  We may feel more relaxed when we drink alcohol, but the body actually come under additional stress.

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I wish to thank all the above organizations listed above, for helping me provide the information from these resources.  It is a community effort.  The "IT TAKES A VILLAGE" attitude makes a great community in which we live.  We are fortunate to have such caring people among us.
If you have knowledge of content you would like listed here, or if information needs updates, please contact and provide those to: hr@cityofharrison.com.

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