St. Charles County Substance Use Disorder
Community Resource Guide
Recovery is possible. It Starts Here.
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Whether you're looking for help for yourself, a neighbor or a family member, we've organized resources to meet your needs. Click one of the three options below for customized information.
Substance use disorder impacts our whole community.
We have to work together to see a better future.
It's possible substance use disorder affects someone you know—a son, a mother, a neighbor, a friend, a coach, maybe it’s affecting you. Today, we're sharing that recovery is possible. Together with you and our whole community, we will take on the substance use disorder crisis.
Drug overdose deaths rose nearly 15% in the US last year, to a record of 107,622.
One major step to destigmatizing substance use disorder is to change how we talk about it.
We need to be real about the problem without using language that is damaging to our community.
What percent of American adults are in recovery from an alcohol or drug issue?
St. Charles County Department of Public Health
This website is part of an ongoing effort by the St. Charles County Department of Health to spread awareness about substance use disorder and provide resources for the community.
Funding for this project is provided by the federal Cooperative Agreement for Emergency Response: Public Health Crisis Response issued to the State of Missouri from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).