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Giving Teens a Chance: VOH’s Partnership with Indiana University

In partnership with Indiana University, Valley Oaks Health is providing substance abuse screenings for teens in the juvenile justice system. 

In the words of our very own Dr. Pam McComb, “We are helping so many young people gain the support and skills they need to avoid substance use issues down the road and essentially avoid a lot of suffering and subsequent damage that can happen when not addressed.”

Learn more here.

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