Resources for Families Coping with Mental and Substance Use Disorders
The Impact of Substance Use Disorders on Families and Children
Parents and Families
I learned coping skills, and the program gave me structure and put me on a schedule. My life eventually got better thanks to DACCO.Melissa H., WOS Client Survey
The counselors are great. They linked me to the services I needed and helped me get over my fear of being tested!Ashley B., HIV Services
DACCO helped me work on myself and connected me to a primary health care provider.Arlene S., Women's Residential Treatment Services
DACCO helped me with getting clean and dealing with emotional issues. They have great counselors & staff.Amanda A., Women's Residential Treatment Services
What I valued the most about my experience at DACCO…Watching others grow & finding themselves in their recovery like myself.Christina F., Women’s Outpatient Services
I learned coping mechanisms and DACCO provided a structure environment for me to get sober.Tianna S., Women’s Outpatient Services
I enjoyed my experience at DACCO. I had an awesome counselor who taught me to be truthful and open up. I was treated like a human being.Nicole W., Women’s Outpatient Services
What I valued the most about my experience at DACCO…The people, the atmosphere… DACCO helped me with a lot of personal issues I had and gave me new tools that I can use.Marlon G., Men’s Residential
you help to support a drug-free community.
In these uncertain times of the Covid-19 pandemic, DACCO is taking precautionary measures by screening before entering our facility and encouraging social distancing of 6ft or more.
In these uncertain times of the Covid-19 pandemic, DACCO is taking precautionary measures by screening before entering our facility and encouraging social distancing of 6ft or more. In addition, it is mandatory to wear a mask at all times, while in our facility.
Resources available on the Corona Virus Please click on the link below for updates https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html