Being Unstoppable is often about finding the best resources and tips to support success. On this page, you will find social media options that are designed to provide you with ongoing support and entertainment. We hope you will check them out! The other resources listed on this page are in place to guide you through some of the bigger challenges you may face. If you don’t see a link to help with the issue you are facing, please send us a message and we will do our best to get you connected with the appropriate supports.
Always Unstoppable on Social Media
Always Unstoppable Resource Sheets
If you ever have a problem that you feel you can’t discuss with a friend or family member, make a call to PATH @211. Someone will always be there to answer your call and you can remain anonymous.
Check out Above the Influence for support ideas on how to avoid negative influences in your life and be true to yourself.
Wait 21 provides extra incentives to wait until the age of 21 to drink. By signing a pledge, you will receive a letter of recognition for college applications and be automatically entered to win scholarships.
Drug and Alcohol Assessment
Over 50% of addictions take hold before a person is even of legal age to drink. If you are concerned you or someone you know might have an addiction, intervening now can greatly improve future outcomes. Visit Chestnut Health Systems website and take the steps to get an assessment.
Sexual Assault Services
YWCA Stepping Stones, McLean County’s only 24-hour sexual assault services program, provides free and confidential support services to sexual assault survivors and their loved ones. Services include counseling, support groups, medical and legal advocacy, and prevention education. Stepping Stones also provides a 24-hour crisis hotline that can be accessed by calling 2-1-1 or (309) 827-4005. For more information, please contact us at (309) 662-0461.
About Our Funding
This website was developed in part under grant number 20849 from the Office of National Drug Control Policy and Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The views, policies, and opinions expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of ONDCP, SAMHSA or HHS.