›› Alabama: Local Resources

Partnership for a Drug-Free Community, Inc.
The Partnership is committed to prevention of youth alcohol and drug abuse through the process of awareness, education, and action. With an emphasis in building coalitions and mobilize the entire community to stop the demand for drugs. Working closely with local agencies to provide programs to the community. Programs range in age from preschoolers to senior citizens and are held in schools, after school youth centers and churches. The Partnership supports a musical/drama troupe, a teen court that is administered in the local middle schools, as well as a weekly cable show. Also three curriculums have been developed for elementary school aged children to educate them on the harmful effects of drugs.
Partnership for a Drug-Free Community, Inc.
P.O. Box 2603
Huntsville, AL 35804
(256) 539-7339

Alabama Teen Challenge, Inc.,
Teen Challenge was established in 1958 when Reverend David Wilkerson, author of The Cross and the Switchblade, went to New York City to reach teenage gang members with God's love. Teen Challenge International is the oldest, largest, and most successful...
P.O. Box 3447,
Oxford, Alabama 36203-9982
(256) 832-1115

First Nations Outreach Project
First Nations Outreach Project provides Out Reach Programs that will help to solidify the First Nations Communities culturally, economically, socially, and educationally. 35 Bence Road,
Cragford, Alabama 36255 United States
(256) 354-5196

Inmate Family Ministry
1120 Hillcrest Rd, Suite 2 - D,
Mobile, Alabama 36695 United States
(251) 776-7160

The Bridge Inc. Alabama
A nonprofit provider of child and adolescent services, The Bridge is committed to offering treatment, prevention, and rehabilitative services.
3232 Lay Springs Road,
Gadsden, Alabama 35904 United States
(256) 546-6324

Three Springs, Inc.
Three Springs, Inc. operates residential treatment programs for teenagers. With programs in North Carolina, Alabama, Georgia, Idaho, Arizona, Maryland, Virginia, Tennessee, Indiana and Florida.
1131 Eagletree Lane,
Huntsville, Alabama 35801 United States
(888) 259-9568

Hope for Families and Community Services, Inc.
It is the mission of our organization to prevent abuse and neglect of families and children. Hope sponsors an after school program for children ages 6-14 and provides substance abuse related counseling, behavior modification, parent education classes and job training for youth and adults
P O Box 226
Notasulga, AL 36866
(334) 257-4696

Gateway's mission is to preserve, strengthen, and enrich family life. Gateway sponsors ACATA (Alliance Counteracting Alcohol and Tobacco Advertising Targeting Youth) ACATA is a substance abuse prevention program geared toward middle and high school students located within the Alabama counties of Blount, Jefferson, and St. Clair.
Gateway 1401-20th Street South Birmingham,
AL 35205
(205) 510-2676



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