ADAMH and FCBDD committed $31,000 to Substance Use Prevention for Special-Needs Children

ADAMH and the Franklin County Board of Developmental Disabilities (FCBDD) committed a combined $31,000 to support a new substance use prevention program at LifeTown Columbus: “Stop to Live”

Special needs individuals are more at risk for substance use, but are often overlooked when it comes to prevention strategies.

Stop to Live addresses a group of children who should not be forgotten in the fight against substance abuse, said David Royer, ADAMH chief executive.

“I was encouraged to see them appreciate the fact that every child is capable of learning important information as it relates to potential misuse,” he said.

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Learn More about Stop to Live at LifeTown Columbus.

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