Resources: Brazoria County Community Coalition

LOCAL
Brazoria County     
www.brazoria-county.com

United Way of Brazoria County     
www.uwbc.org

Brazosport Regional Health System     
www.brhstx.org

Angleton Danbury Medical Center     
www.admc.org

Gulf Coast Center     
www.gcmhmr.com

Youth & Family Counseling Services     
www.yfcs.org

UTMB Angleton     
www.utmb.edu/rmchp/angleton-css.htm

NAMI Gulf Coast     
www.namigulfcoast.org

BACH Rehabilitation     
www.bacheci.org

The Brazoria County Dream Center     
www.bcdreamcenter.org

Alvin Community College     
www.alvincollege.edu

True to Life Ministries     
www.ttlm.org

Boys and Girls Club of Brazoria County     
www.bgcbc.com



REGIONAL
DD4HIRE     
http://dd4hire.com

Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission     
www.tabc.state.tx.us

Texans Standing Tall (TST) 
A statewide coalition working to support and create healthier and safer communities for our youth. TST provides community coalitions with training and support to assist them in advancing positive change on the community level.
www.texansstandingtall.org


NATIONAL
Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA)
Galveston County Community Coalition is a member of CADCA. CADCA serves as a national resource for Coalition issues, education and technical assistance.
www.cadca.org

Is Your Teen Using? Parents. The Anti-Drug Campaign. 
Drug information, parenting advice and additional resources.
http://www.theantidrug.com/

The Office of National Drug Control Policy
http://www.whitehousedrugpolicy.gov/drugfact/prescr_drg_link.html

Parents.  The Anti Drug.     
www.theantidrug.com

National Family Partnership     
www.nfp.org

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration     
www.samhsa.gov

National Institute on Drug Abuse     
www.nida.nih.gov

Drug Free Action Alliance     
www.drugfreeactionalliance.org

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