Chemical Health Resources

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This directory was compiled by the  Rice County Chemical Health Coalition, which was formed in spring 2005. The goal of the coalition is to “reduce youth alcohol, tobacco and other drug use in Rice County.”

The coalition is comprised of more than 75 members, representing government agencies, education institutions, law enforcement, community corrections, the court system, nonprofit organizations, medical professionals, faith communities, businesses, service providers, and concerned citizens.

Information in this directory was supplied by the entities included in the listing. The Rice County Chemical Health Coalition does not verify the accuracy of information provided, nor does it endorse any of the agencies or programs listed. Questions about a specific program or agency should be directed to that organization.

Thanks to the Northfield Healthy Community Initiative (HCI) and the Rice County Family Services Collaborative for providing funding to cover the cost this directory (SAMHSA grant 2SP12242).

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