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Of course, if its an emergency please Dial 911. Below are some resources that you might be helpful to you.

Community Resources:

Barrington Area Drug Prevention Coalition

The Barrington Area Drug Prevention Coalition is an education and prevention based community program seeking to reverse the trend of teen drug and alcohol abuse. The coalition seeks to encourage teens achieve their educational and career goals whilst living a healthily and to their full potential.

Lake County After School Coalition

The Lake County After School Coalition is a collaboration of community members working together to prove children from all areas a safe, comfortable, and welcoming place to go after school. The coalition provides academic help as well as extracuricular activities to help the children in all aspects of their lives.

Mundelein STAND-UP Task Force

The Mundelein STAND-UP Task Force is a community organization which aims to bring kids together against drinking and drugs. STAND-UP seeks to spread awareness through eduation, the development of more helpful policies, and enforcement.

Lake County Quits

Tobacco smoking remains the leading cause of preventable death and disease in the United States. This organization has great tips on how to quit smoking as well as great ways to get involved in your community to help prevent tobacco abuse.

Stand Strong Coalition

The Stand Strong Coalition is dedicated to keeping our youth drug and alcohol free. They aim to implement research-based strategies to address the issues within the community. Their experience and influence continues to expand and improve our communities in Lake County.


Safe2Help is an initiative of the State of Illinois that provides students, school faculty, and communities the resources and tools necessary to seek help before harm.  Critical reports, such as self-harm, are received by our 24-hour, 7 day a week call center. The call center, managed and overseen by the Illinois State Police, can receive reports of potential self-harm and those who desire to harm others.  Students, schools, and the community have the option of submitting reports through phone, text, email, and webform.  All reports to the call center are classified as Critical, Standard and Other. All reports that are categorized as critical will result in immediate notification to local officials.  The call center staff will immediately reach out to local law enforcement and public safety answering points (PSAPs) to make them aware of the situation. 

Local Helpful Phone Numbers:

Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital

(847) 381-9600


Illinois Poison Control

(800) 222-1222


(847) 634-6422

Lake Zurich Chief of Police

(847) 504-5056


Lake Zurich Fire Chief

(847) 504-5070

Local Phone Numbers
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