Addiction Treatment Referrals DARS - Drug and Alcohol Rehab Services is a no-cost public benefit services designed to help addicts and their families find appropriate treatment referrals nationwide. DARS offers a vast array of treatment options for addictions, eating disorders, dual disorders, interventions, and behavioral health issues. Call Toll free 800-515-3277 http://www.drugandalcoholrehab.net/ -
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Alcohol and Seniors This newly developed site focuses on alcohol issues that impact seniors. The health focussed site covers prevention, education, and treatment. It also includes alcohol information specific to older women, such as health concerns, treatment barriers, and alcohol's relationship to caregiving, dementia, and elder abuse. http://www.agingincanada.ca/ -
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American Council on Alcoholism American Council on Alcoholism (ACA) is dedicated to educating the public about the effects of alcohol, alcoholism, alcohol abuse, & the need for prompt, effective, readily-available, & affordable alcoholism treatment. Includes a HelpLine and an Online Database of treatment programs and support groups in your area. http://www.aca-usa.org/ -
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dryblogTop Rated This includes alcoholism, addiction, and recovery support resources, quips & quotes - Updated One Day at a Time! Recovery blogs, websites, and info about substance abuse, health, spirituality, music, shops, diversions. Alcoholism and addictions can be fatal when untreated; if you or someone you know is still suffering, many find lasting recovery and want to help: for support resources, see the list of link categories. http://dryblog.blogspot.com -
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Recovery NationTop Rated Recovery Nation is a Health-Based Recovery site. Recovery Nation offers many resources for you to use in your transition to health. Beyond the free comprehensive workshops, there is a database-driven checklist that allows you to easily track your progress from addiction to health, a personal health assessment that can be repeated at different times throughout the recovery process to objectively measure change, an online recovery manager used to store the most recent personal tools and what's more--each tool can be integrated to form a single, cohesive strategy for recovery and/or healing. Additionally, community support is available from those who have been where you are now--either as a person seeking to end your addiction or a partner seeking to understand how to survive the addiction of another. http://www.recoverynation.com -
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Sober.com Sober.com provides a directory with thousands of free resources to better assist those addicts and their families seeking help for themselves or a loved one.
Our free directory service is provided along with a peer based community recovery support system. This is achieved through the free forums & groups, blogs, live chat, photos and web site access we offer. http://www.sober.com -
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Spiritual River Spiritual River is a resource site with information on how to quit drinking with help, how to maintain sobriety, and how to know when to stop drinking alcohol.
Included in this website is a 24/7 toll free helpline number, a readers mailbag (where questions are answered), and an overcoming addiction forum. http://www.spiritualriver.com -
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The National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare The National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) association representing 1,300 organizations providing treatment and rehabilitation to help people recover from mental illnesses and addiction disorders.
National Council members serve nearly six million adults, children, and families in communities across America. We offer a vital safety net to some of the poorest and most vulnerable in our society â€” Medicaid beneficiaries, the uninsured, the destitute and homeless, children in foster care, older adults, those with HIV/AIDS, veterans, and those in our criminal and juvenile justice systems. The people our members treat live with their families or alone; some are in hospitals, jails, or juvenile detention facilities and others are in residential programs, foster care, or group homes.
The National Council is proud of our member organizations. Our job is to help members do their jobs. We advocate for policies that ensure that people who are ill can access services. And we offer state-of-the-science education and practice improvement resources so that services are efficient and effective. http://www.thenationalcouncil.org -
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