Drug Prevention and Mental Health
Substance abuse prevention partners in our elementary schools include:
Monroe County Sheriff's D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) Program in grade 5 (5/6 alternating years at Quest Elementary School)
Too Good For Drugs program in grade 6 provided by Villa of Hope (5/6 alternating years at Quest Elementary School)
Substance abuse prevention and student support services are available through contracted service providers from Catholic Family Services and are on site at Merton Williams Middle School and Hilton High School:
MW: Rob Watkins - 392-1000, ext. 3192 (Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays)
HS: Jillian Peer - 392-1000, ext.
Hillside Children's Center Outpatient Mental Health Clinic at Village Elementary School:
Serves youth ages 2-21 and their families in the Hilton School District and surrounding areas.
Services include individual and family therapy, crisis intervention, outreach and connections to community resources, psychiatric evaluations and pharmacotherapy.
Staffed by a licensed social worker, who is available by appointment.
HPDICE.org Hilton Parma Drug Intervention & Community Education collaborates with the community on prevention, education and recovery strategies. Their webpage features substance abuse information and resources, events in the Hilton-Parma community, and much more.
Combat Heroin and Prescription Drug Abuse:
For help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, call 1-877-8-HOPENY (1-877-846-7369) Text HOPENY (Short Code: 467369)
- Warning signs
- Where to get help
Hillside Children's Center Mental Health Services Brochure
(PDF - 1.64 MB)
Outpatient Mental Health Clinic at Village Elementary School
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