With the all the pressures of being a teen, having to deal with peer pressure can be the toughest to face — especially when it comes to using alcohol or other drugs. Here are some resources to help teens learn about the negative health consequences of drugs and alcohol, how to deal with this type of peer pressure, and where to get help if you know someone who is struggling with addiction.
We offer classes that can keep you safe and healthy. If you’ve gotten a ticket for possession of alcohol or other drugs, our courses are accepted by Bexar County, the City of San Antonio, and other courts to get your ticket dismissed.
|Clarity Child Guidance Center||claritycgc.org||(210) 616-0300|
|Our Lady of the Lake University||Community Counseling Service||(210) 434-1054|
|Family Service Association||family-service.org||(210) 299-2400|
|Alamo Children’s Advocacy Center||childsafe-sa.org||(210) 675-9000|
|Rape Crisis Center||rapecrisis.com||(210) 521-7273|
|National Suicide Prevention Lifeline||suicidepreventionlifeline.org||(800) 273-8255|