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Helpful Websites


Our community is full of helpful resources and people who truly care. Please review the list of websites and phone numbers below.  If you have additional resources that you would like added to our list and/or questions please feel free to reach out to us.
General Help
• Dekalb County Youth Services Board – http://dcysb.com
• Dekalb County Community Foundation – www.dekalbccf.org
• Kendall County Cares- www.kendallcares.org
Addiction
• Oswego Drug Rehab – http://www.rehabs.com/local/oswego-il/
• Withdrawal – http://www.withdrawal.net/resources/withdrawal/illinois/
Eating Disorders
• Anorexia – www.anad.org
Depression
• National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK (800-273-8255).
• Suicide Prevention Services www.spsamerica.org
• Depression Hotline 630-482-9696
Parenting/Teens/Kids Health
• Kids Health – www.kidshealth.org
• Kid Safety – www.kidpower.org
• Aunt Martha’s- www.auntmarthas.org
• Yarn Foundation – www.yarnfoundation.org
• Breaking Free- www.breakingfreeinc.org
• Bullying – www.athinline.org
• Cyberbullying – www.netbullies.com
• Teen Health – www.kidshealth.org/teen/
Housing Resources
• PADS – www.kendallcares.org/pads-shelter-sites.html
• 360Youth Housing Program- www.360youthservices.org/housing/#cornerstone

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Community Programs


Children who are involved in their community and/or have experience volunteering learn responsibility, teamwork, job skills and are less likely to be exposed to risk factors that can lead to addiction.  Get involved in your community, provide help to those in need, find wholesome activities for your children and learn more about programs that can provide assistance to you or someone you know.

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