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ARCH is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization

PO Box 149 • Paoli, PA 19301

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Helpful Websites

 

Partnership for Drug-Free Kids.

www.drugfree.org

www.drugfreepa.org

 

 

Substance Abuse and
Mental Health Services Administration

www.samsha.gov

Alcoholics Anonymous

www.aa.org

Alcoholics Anonymouse (Southeastern Pennsylvania)

www.sepennaa.org

 

Blueprints for Healthy Youth

www.blueprintsprograms.com

 

Depression

www.depressioncenter.org

 

Evidence-Based Prevention and Intervention Support Center

www.EPIScenter.psu.edu

 

Information, Intervention, Recovery Support Line:

1-800-221-6333

The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania, Inc.

Prevention, Intervention and Addiction Recovery Solutions

www.councilsepa.org

 

Mothers Against Drunk Driving 

1100 East Hector Street, #440

Conshohocken, PA 19428

800-9478-6233

www.madd.org

 

Narcotics Anonymous

Global, community-based organization to help those struggling with addiction.

www.na.org

notMYkid.com

Inspiring positive life choices

www.notmykid.org

 

National Council on Alcoholism & Drug Dependence

www.ncadd.org

 

PA Liquor Control Board 

Information on Underage Drinking Laws & Safe and Drug Free Schools and Communities

www.lcb.state.pa.us

 

Recovery, Parent Groups, Support & Community Events
Be A Part Of the Conversation
www.conversation.zone
Street Drugs 

www.streetdrugs.org

 

Struggling Teens 

www.strugglingteens.com

 

Students Against Destructive Decisions 

www.sadd.org

 

Stop Medicine Abuse

www.stopmedicineabuse.org

 

 
YPR: Young People in Recovery

Young People in Recovery (YPR) is a national grassroots advocacy organization focused on creating recovery-ready communities throughout the nation for young people in, or seeking recovery. 

www.youngpeopleinrecovery.org

SELF-INJURY

 

Hotline for Self-Mutilators

800-366-8288

 

Hotline for Self-Injury

www.selfinjury.com

 

A Healing Place

This site is a reference point for members of their mailing list and others who self injure, or know others who self injure.  Self injury is the general term used to describe self-inflicted pain or injury to oneself.  Self injury is often linked to depression, and is – simply expressed – a coping mechanism.

www.healthyplace.com