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Access to the third-party sites through the links below is provided as a courtesy and at your own risk. Such links do not imply, nor should you infer, Harrison Youth Council’s association, sponsorship, affiliation or endorsement of material on any other site, and Harrison Youth Council assumes no responsibility for third-party web sites, including, but not limited to, any content contained on such websites.

Check out prevention resources from Office of Mental Health, One Choice Prevention and Child Mind Institute:


The Truth About Substance Use - A resource to counter common myths and empower parents and caregivers.














Behavioral Treatments for Kids with ADHD ( Article)

How Bullying Increases Risk of Substance Abuse

Additional Resources:

Westchester County Department of Community Mental Health

Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration -

Drug Abuse Resistance Education -

Office of Addiction Services and Supports -

A National Anti-bullying and cyberbullying program -

NYS Office of Mental Health -

Recognizing Child Abuse and Neglect:  Signs and Symptoms -

National Council on Problem Gambling -

National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) -

Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) -

Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) -


There is no such thing as "safe smoking."

Click the links below for access to information on the following services: Food Pantries, Housing, Abuse, Childcare, Senior Services, Veterans, Health and Mental Health, Youth Programs, Government Services, Job Assistance, Substance Abuse and More...

                                                      For English --> Click Here                                For Spanish --> Click Here


Helping Kids Dare to Share - An article about how adults can encourage the young people in their lives to share about mental health related concerns 

Healthy Ways to De-Stress, Find Joy and Be Sociable A resource to find ways to cope with stress and find joy without using substances. 

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 Crisis Text Line for Teens 

Uplifted Youth
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