Addiction Services, Prevention & Support

Substance Free Living works to reduce the prevalence of substance abuse and its negative consequences in the communities it serves.

Prevention Services build public awareness and knowledge about substance abuse and its consequences, while working directly with young people to build their capacities for avoiding substance abuse.

Residential Services reduce homelessness while building skills among participants to maintain substance free living.

Steuben Council on Addictions provides the general public with relevant substance abuse information through community events, advertising, and publicity. The program also visits schools and adult community groups to help participants build knowledge and skills for substance abuse prevention.

Peer and Family Support services focus on recovery and wellness services for people with mental health and/or substance use disorders.

Additional links for services and support:

Suspect an Overdose? – video
Suspect an Overdose? – flyer
OASAS
Steuben Prevention Coalition
Supportive Housing Network