Have you ever felt bad or guilty about your drinking or drug use?
Do you think your drinking or drug use impacts your children or family?
There’s help for you and your family.
There is no charge for services and any information shared with us is strictly confidential!
Free Services Available
Individual and Group Counseling,
other Mental Health Services
Social Skills, Communication Skills
Decision-Making/Problem-Solving Skills, Goal Setting, Time Management
Personal Healthcare, Healthy Relationships,
Mental Health, Physical Health, Reproductive Health, Substance Use
School Readiness (Head Start), Housing,
Transportation, Job Readiness Training,
Childcare and Parenting Classes
The Youth Delta Opioid Taskforce (DOT-Y) is the final element of the DOT initiative and deals exclusively with youth affected by opioid use disorders (OUDs). DOT-Y connects the youngest victims of the opioid crisis to desperately needed services by utilizing existing resources within the community and developing strategies to provide relief to area youth affected by OUDs in the Mississippi Delta. DOT-Y targets youth who are victims of child abuse, criminal neglect, assault, sexual abuse/assault, identity theft, exploitation, endangering the welfare of a child, human trafficking, and kidnapping resulting from drug and opioid abuse or illegal use.
Led by Delta Health Alliance, the DOT Y network represents a collaborative of health/mental health providers, judicial systems and law enforcement, school districts and childcare providers, and non-profit agencies which will provide a robust referral framework to join victims to services. The network partners are:
- Leland Medical Clinic – Universal Parenting Place
- Social Services Collaborative
- District Drug and Youth Court systems
- Region I Mental Health
- Sunflower Landing
- North Mississippi Rural Legal Services
- Canopy Children’s Solutions
- Sunflower County Early Head Start Child Care Coalition
- Leland School District
- Hollandale School District
- Sunflower County Consolidated School