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If someone is overdosing, call 911 and Save a Life
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Get Connected, Get Answers Call the United Way of Volusa-Flagler Counties, Inc.
www.211live.org or (386) 253-0564 Stewart-Marchman Act Access Center (800) 539-4228 or
https://smahealthcare.org/ When talking with your physician about pain prescriptions, ask if a non-narcotic medication is available and appropriate to meet your needs.
Keep all prescription medications in a locked cabinet and away from children, youth and visitors in your home.
www.LockYourMeds.org US Department of Health and Human Services- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
www.samhsa.gov Florida Department of Health
http://www.floridahealth.gov/ Nar-Anon go to
https://naranonfl.org Get rid of Unwanted Medicine: Call Volusia Sheriff's Office at - West Volusia (386) 736-5961 - Daytona (386) 254-4689 - NSB (386) 423-3352 or online at Celebrate Recovery Support Groups
www.CelebrateRecovery.com If you are the parent of a young adult, start the conversation with them about the dangers of prescription drugs. Find out more by contacting:
There are several agencies in Volusia county and surrounding areas that operate independently in their efforts to help women with these issues during pregnancy.
Hospitals and Private Practices (OB, FM, Midwives)
Healthy Start of Flagler & Volusia Counties (386) 252-4277
https://www.healthystartfv.org/ Project WARM (800) 539-4228 (Women Assisting Recovering Mothers)
NOPE Task Force Narcotics, Overdose and Prevention Education
http://www.nopetaskforce.org/ If someone is overdosing call 911