Operation No Wrong Door Offers Support to Teens and Young Adults Using Opioids and Stimulants.
Free and Effective Treatment Solutions For Santa Clara County Residents
Tens of thousands of teens and young adults die from opioid and stimulant-related overdoses in the U.S. every year – many of who had untreated or undiagnosed mental illness.
Operation No Wrong Door aims to provide much-needed resources and treatment to youth and families in need throughout Santa Clara County. A community-based program, Operation No Wrong Door offers treatment, screening services and prevention and education programs to support teens and young adults on their road to recovery.
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Resources for At-Risk Teens + Young Adults
|Hope Drop-In Center|
The Hope Drop-in Center serves the residents of Santa Clara County and is your primary point of contact with Operation No Wrong Door. In this safe space, teens and young adults can utilize the multimedia center, laundry facilities, computer lab, participate in peer-led group activities, be screened for opiate and stimulant use, connect with a therapist and much more.
Are you concerned your child or a teen in your care is using opiates or stimulants? Free, confidential drug screening services are available. Screening helps guide decisions about treatment options.
We offer free counseling to address their substance use and tackle the underlying emotional issues driving the destructive behaviors.
|Medication Assisted Therapy
In some cases, teens and young adults need medication to either curb their substance use or address underlying mental health issues. In these circumstances, Operation No Wrong Door can provide both physical and mental health assistance.
Substance Use Disorder Education and Prevention Programs
|Educational Seminars – In-person and webinar presentations educate students on the dangers of opiate and stimulant use and offer practical substance use avoidance tactics.||Awareness Training – In-person and webinar presentations educate parents, caregivers, and school staff on identifying teen opiate and stimulant use and offer strategies to address this behavior and propose treatment.||Youth Leadership Initiatives – By promoting youth leadership, Operation No Wrong Door seeks to empower teens and young adults to educate their peers on the dangers of opiate and stimulant misuse and support them in seeking treatment.|
About Operation No Wrong Door Partners
This service is supported by a federal grant under the State Opioid Response program, with funding provided by the California Department of Health Care Services.