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Citizens Against Substance Abuse or CASA is the local coordinating council for a drug free Dearborn County, Indiana. Since 1989, committed and active Dearborn County citizens have been improving lives through substance abuse awareness. Here you will find information regarding our efforts to make Dearborn County a safe drug free place to live, work and play. You can view our Public Service announcements, help us by taking our parents survey or use our links to other informative sites. Be sure to check out our events calendar where you will find our meeting dates and other activities. The keyword in our name is Citizens, it is people like yourself that will make our county and it’s residents aware of the tragedy of substance abuse and the measures to counter it.

Helping your family and friends with Addiction

Addiction Guide is your reliable source on addiction and the dangers of illicit substances. We cover how drugs and alcohol affect the body, how to identify the signs and symptoms of abuse, and where to seek effective treatment. Our mission is to guide you and your loved ones to a healthier life.

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Helping You Find An Inpatient Drug Rehab

Are you or a loved one struggling with prescription painkillers, alcohol or street drugs like heroin? Call our drug abuse hotline to be connected with one of our rehabs or detox centers and start your new life today.

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Heroin Addiction

A commonly abused drug in the United States, heroin is illegal and highly addictive. A member of the opiate family, heroin is derived from the opium poppy plant and is made from morphine. Heroin addiction is a rampant disease that claims thousands of lives every year and is only getting worse, as many people are reaching for heroin as a last resort drug to feed their prescription painkiller addiction. In the past few years, nearly 80 percent of users attributed their heroin use to prescription opioid use. Therefore, prescription opioid use is one of the risk factors for heroin use. If you are addicted to heroin or know someone who is addicted, it’s important to seek help as soon as possible.

Call us at (866) 927-7416

American Addiction Centers

American Addiction Centers recognizes that addiction — whether involving alcohol, prescription drugs, illicit drugs, or over-the-counter drugs — is a disease. We approach every individual seeking treatment at an AAC facility as a whole person who is not only suffering from an illness, but who also is full of unique strengths and potential. We realize that for many people, addiction is not their only struggle, and so we provide treatment for co-occurring mental illnesses and offer holistic care to address physical, spiritual, social, and occupational needs as well.

Talking to Children and Teens about Drugs & Alcohol


Domestic Violence Intervention & Prevention Services

Serving Dearborn, Franklin, Ohio, Ripley and Switzerland Counties of Indiana

VINE is the Indiana County Jails’ automated victim notification service. It provides information through this website about the custody status of offenders in Indiana jails.

County listings for Indiana

All 92 county sheriffs in IN have now adopted OffenderWatch(r) as the standardized registered sex offender electronic registration, on-going management, and community notification tool. Each of the Sheriffs has their own agency-personalized Community Web Page for citizen-friendly access to offender data, and for registering to get free email alerts should an offender register near their important addresses.

The Sheriff’s Sale System

Indiana Gun permits Online.

The online application process is administered by the Indiana State Police Firearms Licensing Section. All questions can be directed to the section at 317-232-8264. Please read these instructions completely before calling. If you have other questions about Indiana firearms laws, please check to see if your question is answered on the Firearms FAQ page on the Indiana State Police Website.

Indiana Gun permits Online is a revolutionary approach to making collision reports available to the public. takes information sharing out of the file cabinet and into the digital age. Through an internet connection, anyone can search public records and obtain copies of crash reports. This exciting service provides value-added services to law enforcement agencies, citizens and subscribers.


Impaired driving is the most frequently committed violent crime in America and every 30 minutes, someone in this country dies in an alcohol-related crash, equating to approximately 17,000 deaths per year.

Dearborn County Food Stamps

  • (812) 537-8801
  • 230 Mary Ave Ste 150
  • Greendale, IN 47025

Dearborn County Hospital

  • Phone: (812) 537-1010 or (800) 676-5572
  • Hearing Impaired: (812) 537-8436
  • 600 Wilson Creek Road
  • Lawrenceburg, IN 47025
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