Chemical Health Collaborative

Anoka County wants to encourage a collaborative atmosphere for groups helping our community fight drugs, alcohol, tobacco, and other addictions. 

The groups listed below work hard to help Anoka County residents conquer their addictions.

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  1. Drug & Alcohol Awareness Series Events


    Do you have questions about preventing substance use? Get answers along with the latest information by attending the Drug and Alcohol Awareness Series hosted by Anoka Hennepin School District. Learn more about the Drug & Alcohol Awareness Series here.


  2. Dose of Reality


    Opioids have killed more than 3,500 Minnesotans in the last 15 years. Nearly 70% of these deaths involved prescription drugs, and more than 50% have occurred in the past 5 years. That’s why the Minnesota Attorney General’s Office and the Anoka County Attorney’s Office have partnered to share a DOSE OF REALITY to help prevent prescription painkiller abuse in Minnesota. Learn more about Dose of Reality here.
  3. Minnesota Adult & Teen Challenge


    Our mission is to assist teens and adults in gaining freedom from chemical addictions and other life-controlling problems by addressing their physical, emotional and spiritual needs. We offer effective and affordable programs throughout Minnesota with campuses in Minneapolis, Brainerd, Duluth, Rochester and Buffalo. Learn more about Minnesota Adult & Teen Challenge here.
  4. For Jake's Sake


    Bringing us together to unite and spread awareness and education to the community about the dangers of drugs and to also help those who are struggling to seek treatment. Learn more about For Jake's Sake here.
  5. Tobacco Reduction Strategies


    Policy, system, and environmental changes are key to successfully reduce tobacco use. Anoka County is partnering with community-based leadership organizations and increasing the number of active community partners engaged in locally driven advocacy efforts. For more information on current Tobacco Prevention in Anoka County, call 763-422-7030.