Community Resources for Addiction, Family Violence, Child Abuse Organizations

Several national, nonprofit organizations have websites devoted to educating and empowering those who are facing abuse right now. Some of these organizations have local chapters that are active in their communities. Some of the sites also have discussion forums of their own.

National Child Abuse Foundations & Programs

National Child Abuse Hotline Childhelp

The National Child Abuse Foundation can be found online at, a major voluntary health organization, seeks to identify, and offer support, treatment to improve the health and well-being of individuals and families affected by abuse.

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      Because teenagers’ brains are still developing, substance use leads to addiction more often than it does in adults. Substance abuse can slow brain development and lead to teens developing mental health issues like depression.
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    • International Child Abuse Network

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