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Resources for Governmental and Non-Profit Organizations

Partnership for A Drug-Free America (PDFA)

The online drug prevention and substance abuse resource and guide for parents, grandparents, kids and teens

National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)

NIDA is the lead federal agency supporting scientific research on drug use and its consequences.

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)

NIAAA supports and conducts research on the impact of alcohol use on human health and well-being.

American Society on Addiction Medicine (ASAM)

ASAM is a professional medical society dedicated to increasing access and improving the quality of addiction treatment, educating physicians and the public, supporting research and prevention, and promoting the appropriate role of physicians in the care of patients with addiction.

International Society of Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses  (ISPN)

Their mission is to support advanced practice psychiatric-mental health nurse in promoting mental health care, literacy, and policy worldwide.

American Psychiatric Nurses Association (APNA)

Committed to the practice of psychiatric mental health nursing, health and wellness promotion through identification of mental health issues, prevention of mental health problems and the care and treatment of persons with psychiatric disorders.

Association for Addiction Professionals (NAADAC)

Represents the professional interests of 100,000 addiction-counselors, educators, and other addiction-focused health care professionals, who specialize in addiction prevention, treatment, recovery support and education.

Self-management and Recovery Training (SMART Recovery)

SMART is a global community of mutual-support groups.  Meetings are free and open to anyone seeking science-based, self-empowered addiction recovery.

Finding treatment programs

Enter city or zip code to find state-licensed provider of substance use disorders, addiction and mental illness.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

The agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Resources that leads public health efforts to advance behavioral health of the nation. Its mission is to reduce the impact of substance and mental illness on America’s communities. Sign up for SAMHSA e-mail updates.

National Helpline 800-662-HELP

Find practitioners authorized to treat opioid dependency with buprenorphine by state

Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT)

The mission of the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment is to promote community-based substance abuse treatment and recovery services for individuals and families in every community. CSAT provides national leadership to improve access, reduce barriers, and promote high quality, effective treatment and recovery services.

National Eating Disorder Association (NEDA)

The largest nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting individuals and families affected by eating disorders, and serves as a catalyst for prevention, cures and access to quality care.

National Organization of Alternative Programs (NOAP)


The mission of NOAP is to promote public safety through participation of healthcare professionals in monitored rehabilitation and recovery as an alternative to license discipline; emphasizing fitness to practice and retention of competent professionals.

American Society of Addiction Psychiatrists (AAAP)

Translating Science, Transforming Lives

The American Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence (AATOD)

Purpose is to enhance the quality of patient care in treatment programs by promoting the growth and development of comprehensive opioid treatment services throughout the United States.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Smoking and Tobacco Use

Smoking and tobacco resources, quit smoking support and research reports

Resources for 12-Step Mutual Support Groups: 

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

Website: aa.org
Members:  Individuals with a desire to quit drinking.

Adult Children of Alcoholics and Dysfunctional Families (ACA)

Website:   adultchildren.org
Members:  Individuals raised in alcoholic or dysfunctional families.

Alanon/Alateen (Al-Anon)

Website: al-anon.org
Members:  Individuals worried about someone with a drinking problem

Cocaine Anonymous (CA)

Website: ca.org
Members:  Individuals with a desire to quit cocaine/other drugs

Clutterers Anonymous (CLA)

Website: clutterersanonymous.org
Members:  Individuals seeking help for their problem with clutter

Crystal Meth Anonymous (CMA)

Website: crystalmeth.org
Members:  Individuals with a desire to quit crystal meth

Friends/Family of Cocaine Addicts, associated with Cocaine Anonymous (Co-Anon)

Website: co-anon.org
Members:  Family members and Close Friends of cocaine addict who seek solutions to the problems that come from living with a    practicing or recovering cocaine addict

Co-Dependents Anonymous (CoDA)

Website: coda.org
Members:  Individuals with a desire for healthy and loving relationships

Friends/Family Associated with Cocaine Anonymous (COSA)

Website: co-anon.org
Members:  Individuals seeking recovery from their association with   someone addicted to cocaine/other drugs

Friends/Family Associated with Sex-Addicts Anonymous (S-Anon)

Website: sanon.org
Members:  Individuals seeking recovery from their association with   someone addicted to sex

CoSex and Love Addicts Anonymous (COSLAA)

Website: coslaa.org
Members:  Individuals seeking recovery from their association with   someone addicted to sex and love

Debtors Anonymous (D.A.)

Website: debtorsanonymous.org
Members:  Individuals with a desire to stop incurring unsecured debt  

Emotions Anonymous (EA)

Website: emotionsanonymous.org
Members:  Individuals seeking support to better manage their lives due to    emotional difficulties

Families Anonymous (FA)

Website: familiesanonymous.org
Members:  Families and friends of individuals with drug, alcohol or related   behavioral issues

Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous (FA)

Website: foodaddicts.org
Members:  Members offered relief from the symptoms of eating disorders and guidance on living in recovery

Food Addicts Anonymous (FAA)

Website: foodaddictsanonymous.org
Members:  Members are assisted to stay abstinent from addictive foods

Gamblers Anonymous (GA)

Website: gamblersanonymous.org
Members:  Individuals with a desire to stop gambling

Friends/Family associated with Gamblers Anonymous (Gam-Anon/Gam-A-Teen)

Website: gamblersanonymous.org/ga/content/gam-anon-help-family-friends
Members:  Family and friends of individuals with a gambling problem

Heroin Anonymous (HA)

Website: heroinanonymous.org
Members:  Individuals with a desire to stop suffering from heroin addiction

Internet and Technology Addicts Anonymous (ITAA)

Website:   internetaddictsanonymous.org
Members: Individuals seeking recovery from problems resulting from compulsive internet and technology use

Marijuana Anonymous (MA)

Website: marijuana-anonymous.org
Members:  Individuals with a desire to stop using marijuana

Narcotics Anonymous (NA)

Website: na.org
Members:  Individuals with a desire to stay clean from drugs

Neurotics Anonymous

Website: recovery.org/support-groups/neurotics-anonymous/
Members:  Recognize a need for support and seek emotional and mental   stability

Nicotine Anonymous (NicA)

Website: nicotine-anonymous.org
Members:  Individuals with a desire to live nicotine free

Online Gamers Anonymous (OLGA)

Website: olganon.org
Members:  Individuals seeking support and recovery for problems related   to excessive online game playing

Overeaters Anonymous (OA)

Website: oa.org
Members:  Individuals who seek recovery from compulsive eating and   food behaviors

Pills Anonymous (P.A.)

Website: pillsanonymous.org
Members:  Individuals with a desire to seek recovery from pill addiction

Sexaholics Anonymous (SA)

Website: sa.org
Members:  Individuals with a desire to stop lusting and to become sexually   sober

Sex Addicts Anonymous (SAA)

Website: saa-recovery.org
Members:  Individuals with a desire to stop addictive sexual behavior

Sexual Compulsives Anonymous (SCA)

Website: sca-recovery.org
Members:  Individuals with a desire to recover from sexual compulsion

Survivors of Incest Anonymous (SIA)
Website: siawso.org
Members:  Individuals who were sexually abused as a child and want to recover

Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous (S.L.A.A.)

Website: slaafws.org
Members:  Individuals who suffer from an addictive compulsion to engage    in or avoid sex, love, or emotional attachment

Sexual Recovery Anonymous (SRA)

Website:   sexualrecovery.org
Members:  Individuals who suffer from compulsive obsessive sexual   addiction and desire to find release from this destructive   behavior

Underearners Anonymous (UA)

 Website: underearnersanonymous.org
Members:   Individuals who seek recovery from underearning

Workaholics Anonymous (W.A.)

 Website: workaholics-anonymous.org
Members:   Individuals who desire to stop working compulsively

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