ifIknew is a health initiative for young adults that uses a multi media approach, including social media and in person programs, to address the contemporary issues that impact the well-being, self-image, careers, and relationships of people in their 20's and 30's.

If I Knew is a prevention education project that raises awareness about risky behaviors that can profoundly impact lives.

Baltimore Resources

jLINK: Community Resource Database

Call (410) 466-9200 or visit jLINKbalt.org

Jewish Community Services: Human services, prevention education, information & referral + access to Jewish Recovery Network

Call (410) 466-9200 or visit www.jcsbaltimore.org

Alcoholics Anonymous of Baltimore: Self-help

Call (410) 663-1922 or visit baltimoreaa.org

Narcotics Anonymous of Baltimore: Self-help

Visit www.fsrna.org

Al Anon/Al-Teen of Baltimore & DC: Self-help for family and friends Visit www.marylanddc-alanon.org

Baltimore Crisis Response, Inc.: Hotline

Call (410) 433-5175

Behavioral Health Systems Baltimore: Comprehension mental health information & resources

Call (410) 637-1900

Baltimore County Substance Abuse Department: Assessment & referrals

Visit baltimorecountymd.gov/Agencies/health/healthservices/substanceuse

Baltimore City Health Department: 

Visit health.baltimorecity.gov/programs/substance-abuse

Maryland Resources

211/First Call for Help: Resource Database

Call 410-685-0525 or visit 211md.org

Help! Maryland's Crisis Hotline:

Call 800-422-0009

Maryland Community Resource Locator:

Visit: www.mdcsl.org

Maryland Behavioral Health Administration:

Visit bha.health.maryland.gov

National Resources

Jewish Alcoholics, Chemically Dependent Persons & Significant Others (JACS): Self-help

Call (212) 632-4600 or visit jacsweb.org

Naranon: Self-help for family members & friends

Call 800-477-6291 or visit nar-anon.org/find-a-meeting

National Institute of Drug Abuse:

Visit nida.nih.gov

Partnership for Drug-Free Kids:

Visit drugfree.org

SAMHSA (Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration):

Visit samhsa.gov