Information Flyers – Issue Briefs

Alcohol Stats – Spanish – READ MORE

Alcohol Stats – READ MORE

Alternatives To Pain Meds – READ MORE

Arizona Prescription Drug Fact Sheet – READ MORE

Marijuana Pics – READ MORE

Medical Marijuana – Spanish – READ MORE

Medical Marijuana – READ MORE

Prescription Disposal – East Valley – READ MORE

Prescription Drug Abuse Stats – Spanish – READ MORE

Prescription Drug Abuse – READ MORE

Synth Drug Photos – READ MORE


Video – Regional Opioid Committee – “Call to Action / Awareness PSA” 01/2018 Regional Opioid PSA

Video – ABA & The ASU Walter Cronkite School of Journalism – “Hooked: Heroin’s Hold on Arizona” Hooked: Heroin’s hold on AZ

Video – Parents RX 360 – Drug Free Kids  –  Parent RX 360 – Drug Free Kids

Video – “What Parents Need to Know” – Tempe Coalition – What Parents Need to Know

Video – “Prescription & Over the Counter Drugs” Tempe Coalition – Prescription & Over the Counter Drugs

PSA – “Speaking to your Doctor about Opiates” – Dr. Sandy Indermuhle, a Medical Director at Dignity Health Speaking to your doctor about opiates

PSA- “Alternatives to Taking Pain Medication” – Dr. James Bogash Vice-President of the AZ Chiropractor’s Board Alternatives to taking pain medication

PSA – Re-Think RX Abuse – GOYFF- Re-think RX Abuse

PSA – The Baze Family – GOYFF – The Baze Family

PSA – Peer Pressure: “Think through your options” GOYFF  –  Thinking through your options

PSA – Goal Setting: “That was my…” GOYFF  –  Goal Setting

PSA – “To be healthy” GOYFF  –  To be healthy

PSA – Deterrent Strategies – GOYFF  –  Deterrent Strategies

PSA – CCYSA – “Shlicking” – Anti-Marijuana  –  CCYSA Teens – Shlicking

PSA – CCYSA Teens express that they “Have Something Better” to do than get involved with substance abuse – I’ve Got Something Better

PSA – CCYSA – “Lock up your drugs” –  CCYSA Teens – Lock up your drugs

PSA – CCYSA – “Teens talk Rx Misuse and Abuse”  –  CCYSA Teens – Teens talk RX misuse & abuse

Other Resources


The Chandler I Am Project (CIAP) was created as a beacon of hope to address the devastating opioid epidemic facing our nation and community. The Chandler I Am Project is a non-profit organization created by community stakeholders who recognized the need for a program to address addictions related to opioid use. Through Chandler I Am, individuals will receive personal assessments and immediate placement into treatment regardless of their financial means.

The CIAP is open every Tuesday from 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM, located at the Chandler Presbyterian Church located at 1900 S. Arrowhead Dr., Chandler, AZ 85286.

For more information go to

Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith and Family
(Prevention / Educational materials, parenting tips, videos and extensive treatment resources listing)
Substance resource / treatment locator


Crisis Response Network 
(24 / 7 Crisis resource & response)
Crisis Network
AHCCCS – Getting Help for Opioid Misuse, Abuse or Dependence
 If you live in Maricopa County:
• Mercy Maricopa Integrated Care Member Services: 602-586-1841 or 1-800-564-5465
• Mercy Maricopa Integrated Care Crisis Line: 602-222-9444 or 1-800-631-1314

24/7 Access to Care :
Community Medical Services
2301 W. Northern Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85021
Community Bridges, East Valley Addiction Recovery Center
560 S. Bellview,
Find Help Phoenix (For all Maricopa County)
(Resources for all populations)
  • Mental health / Addiction
  • Food / Clothing
  • Senior services
  • Transportation
    Find Help Phoenix

Teen Lifeline:   (602)248­-8336   24 /7 available crisis counselors


Teen Crisis Text line:  (text “LISTEN” to 741-74)     (Teens with crisis training will answer you during business hours)


Partnership for Drug Free Kids
(Prevention / Educational materials, parenting tips, videos and resources)
 2-1-1 Arizona
(Community information and Referral Services – statewide – all populations)
211 Arizona
Arizona Self help
(Website for community members to use to see if they quality to receive help from 40 different health and human services programs)
Arizona Self Help
“Youth” Outpatient – Recovery
Awakening Recovery Center 

(Free substance misuse evaluation & placement)


(Free substance misuse evaluation & placement, Educational Classes, Presentations, Training)
 Full Circle
 ( A ministry serving families with teens/young adults struggling with a range of issues that can challenge the very foundation of any household. Issues may include substance abuse, addictions such as gambling, pornography, depression, promiscuity, or eating disorders. )
 (The Adolescent Substance Abuse Program (ASAP) provides interventions & treatment program for young people ages 12-18 involved with alcohol and drugs since 1991 )
“Adult”  Treatment , Outpatient, Recovery 
Community Bridges 

(Free Detox, substance misuse evaluation & placement, support groups, and community education (Youth & Parent)
Community Bridges

Awakening Recovery Center 

(Free substance misuse evaluation & placement and support groups)
Awakening Recovery Center


Renaissance  Recovery Center 

(Free substance misuse evaluation & placement and support groups)
Renaissance Recovery Center


(Redeemed2Repeat is committed to helping people overcome addictions through the transforming power of grace. We believe that men and women can be transformed and experience freedom from addictions as they interact with the Savior and become invested in the local church for ongoing discipleship, biblical teaching and community.)
Support groups 
Alcoholics Anonymous (Support Groups)
Narcotics Anonymous (Support Groups)
Heroin Anonymous (Support Groups)
Celebrate Recovery (Support Groups)
Family Support
P.A.L. (Parents of Addicted Loved Ones)
(Parents with a child addicted to drugs and/or alcohol can find hope in a support program called Parents of Addicted Loved-ones (PAL).  We help thousands of parents, spouses, and families gain support while dealing with the pain of having an addicted loved one.)
Al-Anon (Support Groups)


Nar-Anon (Support Groups)
Medication Assisted Treatment
Community Medical Services

Join ICAN’s Youth Peer Leadership Program

ICAN’s Youth Peer Leadership program provides teens the opportunity to develop leadership skills and put their abilities into practice while making a positive impact in their community. Youth Peer Leaders are a vital part of CCYSA and participate in Coalition strategies, field trips, activities, discussions, and community service projects. Through the YPL program, teens are empowered to take ownership of their community and develop skills they can apply to future academic and professional work.

Become an Executive Teen Board Member

The CCYSA Executive Teen Board is comprised of 13-18 year olds who through the Youth Peer Leadership program are gaining skills on how to become responsible, confident leaders.  The Executive Teen Board is heavily involved in CCYSA activities and strategic planning. For more information and to apply contact

Attend our Meetings

All are welcome at our Public Meetings! CCYSA holds Public Meetings on the third Tuesday of every month from 5-6 pm at the Chandler Police Department-Main Station at 250 E Chicago St, Chandler, AZ 85225. UPCOMING PUBLIC MEETINGS CLICK HERE