Provides important emergency contact information that may provide a lifeline for county residents and helps teach parents and guardians how to start a conversation with their teens and answer frequently asked questions regarding alcohol and other often abused substances.
The Start Talking! program encourages age-appropriate conversations with children, early and often during their lives and provides information to educate parents on this issue and empower them to have these conversations.
My Life is Worth Living
THE FIRST ANIMATED SERIES FOR TEEN MENTAL HEALTH
Pickaway County Sheriff
(740) 474-2176 Dispatch
(740) 477-6000 Non-Emergency
(740) 983-3112 Non-Emergency
Commercial Point Police
(614) 877-9248 Non-Emergency
South Bloomfield Police
(740) 983-9482 Non-Emergency
PARS (740) 477-1745
PARS FREE PROGRAM
(Family Resources Education & Empathy) (740) 420-9490
SPVMH CRISIS HOTLINE | (740) 477-2579
Pickaway County Jobs and Family Services
Pickaway County General Health District
Scioto Paint Valley Mental Health
(740) 477-2579 Crisis Line
(740) 474-8874 Appointments
Know! is an educational program by Prevention Action Alliance that empowers adults to promote health, wellness, and protect youth from unhealthy behaviors like substance use. It provides timely information on trends to support young people in making healthy choices.
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