SCOTTSDALE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -- A Valley-based nonprofit, notMYkid has announced the grand opening of The Well, a 13,000 square foot well-being campus in Scottsdale where youth and families can go for ongoing education, counseling, mentoring programs, and other mental health needs. 

In January, Megan MacIntosh lived every parent's worst nightmare. A late-night knock at her door, was the police telling her 18 year old son Chase, died from an accidental drug overdose after taking counterfeit Percocet he purchased on Snapchat. One pill took his life and changed the course of her life

Megan says her mission is to help young people with powerful mental health services including therapy, mindful movement, meditation and, sobriety to connect allow teens and growing adults to develop in meaningful ways.  

The Well says they help meet the physical, emotional, and social needs for people between the ages of 10 to 24. The organization adds that trauma-informed, certified providers who are passionate about helping individuals staff the campus with an array of programs for teens, young adults, and caregivers.

The campus is open Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and evenings by appointment. Parents can learn more by calling (602) 652-0163 or by visiting www.notMYkid.org


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