Resources

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Van Buren County Community Services Directory

Online Resources

The following links provide advice, tips, and resources about seeking help and preventing further substance abuse. Many of the sites have links to other helpful sites, and offer free downloadable resources that can be printed out and given to anyone that may need them.

Medicine Abuse Resources:

Info For Parents:

Info For Teens:

Topics on Underage Drinking:

­Topics on Drinking and Driving:

Local Resources 

Emergency Resources 

Police / Ambulance

911

Van Buren County Hospital

319-293-3171

Child Abuse & Neglect (Iowa – 24 hrs/day)

800-362-2178

Foundation II Crisis Line (24 hrs/day)

800-332-4224

ISU Ext. TeenLine (24 hrs/day)

800-443-8336

Youth Crisis Hotline

800-448-4663

Substance Abuse Resources­

SIEDA Substance Abuse Services

800-622-8340

Alcohol and Drug Dependency Services of Southeast Iowa

319-753-6567

Iowa Substance Abuse Information

866-242-4111

Alcoholics Anonymous

319-293-9191

Iowa QuitLine – Tobacco

866-822-6879

Crank Hotline (report suspected meth labs)

800-532-0052

Domestic Abuse, Sexual Abuse, and Violence Resources

Iowa Department of Human Services

800-642-6249

Cyber Tipline (report exploitation of children on the Internet)

800-843-5678

Domestic Abuse Hotline

800-942-0333

Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network

800-656-4673

Sexual Abuse Hotline for Iowa

800-284-7821

The Crisis Center (24 hrs/day)

641-683-3122

Tri-State Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Abuse (crisis line)

319-524-4445

Mental Health Resources­

Bridgeway, Inc.

319-293-3431

Dove Associates

866-423-2124

ResCare, Inc.

641-472-1684

Southern Iowa Mental Health

641-682-8772

R&R Counseling Solutions

641-455-0636

Optimae Life Services

641-472-5771

Suicide Prevention Services­

Online:  yourlifeiowa.org or suicidepreventionlifeline.org

Call: 855-581-8111 or 800-873-8255

Text: 855-895-8398

This website was made possible by The Van Buren County SAFE Coalition, The Van Buren Community School District,
Iowa Partnership for Success, Iowa Department of Public Health, and Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).