Are you a Parent of a Child with Cannabis-Induced Psychosis (POCCIP)?
Join our private Johnny’s Ambassadors Facebook support group.
MomPower helps moms with addicted children.
Parents Love Their Teens is a nationwide intervention and placement program.
Advanced Adolescent Services provides teen transport services to treatment programs.
GriefShare meetings really helped us grieve the loss after Johnny’s death.
CRAFT classes help parents who are struggling with their child’s substance misuse and looking for support and change.
Join a Mar-Anon support group for family and friends of marijuana users (this is the marijuana equivalent of Al-Anon, which helps friends and family of alcohol users). This is NOT a meeting for current marijuana users themselves. Email [email protected] with questions. Login info:
Mondays at 4:00 PM Pacific
Tuesdays at 6:00 PM Pacific
Skyland Trail in Atlanta is a residential program that has an early psychosis program.
Addiction Recovery Management Services is run by Mass General for ages 14 to 26.
John Volken Academy – long-term residential rehab for young adults
William’s Place – a three-month healing program for those struggling with addiction
Meridian Mentoring – a residential, long-term recovery program for young men ages 12-17
North Carolina Boys Academy – A Christian boarding school for teenage boys
Here is a locator for early serious mental illness treatment facilities.
The Juvenile Assessment Center is an early intervention locator for Colorado.
Colorado Crisis Services provides 24/7 support and referrals for your loved one.
Johnny’s Ambassadors are united in our missions to educate parents and teens about the dangers of today’s high-THC marijuana on the developing adolescent mind.
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