Grant Project Summary
Recovery Is Community NWPA grant projects focus on increasing access to evidence-based treatment, prevention, and recovery supports for families struggling with substance use.
Signs of Substance Use
Kids may be exposed to alcohol, tobacco and other drugs at any age and even become addicted. They may feel like it’s ok to do drugs because everyone else is doing it. It’s important for them to realize that’s not true — most kids are choosing not to do drugs. Starting the conversation can feel awkward, download this PDF for a few tips.
- Recovery is Community — Signs of Substance Use Flyer (414.692 KB)
Warm Hand-Off Program for Substance Use
What Is the Warm Hand-Off Program? Warm Hand-Off makes referrals for assessment and treatment readily available to those in need of substance use services.
- Recovery Is Community — Warm Hand Off Flyer (59.057 KB)
Safe Sleep Care
Learn how to protect a baby during sleep. Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) is when a baby dies while sleeping with no known cause. Infants exposed to drugs have a higher risk of SIDS, so it’s important to be extra careful to keep them safe.
- Recovery Is Community — Safe Sleep Safe Care Flyer (285.718 KB)
Naloxone Nasal Spray
One spray can save a life. Narcan®, also called naloxone, is an easy-to-use nasal spray that can save the life of someone experiencing an opioid overdose.
- Recovery is Community — Naloxone Flyer (313.764 KB)