Facts and Information about Drugs and Alcohol
This link to the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse provides valuable information about what to look for and what to do if you suspect an elderly friend or relative has a substance abuse problem.
Offers a safe, private source of doctor-approved information that teenagers need to understand the changes that they (or their friends) may be going through. Also offers information about how smoking, drinking and doing drugs can affect people's lives.
Created for kids 11-13 years old by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, the lead U.S. agency supporting research into the causes, prevention and treatment of alcohol problems.
Helps parents and caregivers effectively address drug and alcohol abuse with their children. Provides information specifically geared to parents and teenagers about assessment, treatment and intervention.
Resource of information about drugs and alcohol, addiction, treatment, intervention and prevention. Provides fact sheets and research on all available addictive drugs.
Discusses the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of alcohol, narcotics and other addictions.
Establishes policies, priorities and objectives for the U.S. drug control program. Provides information about types and principles of treatment, drug facts and links to related websites.
Helps families of alcoholics by practicing the Twelve Steps. This site explains how to find meetings and what to expect at meetings.
Provides contact information to find the times and locations of local meetings and details on the twelve step program.
This site has a meeting directory, contact information to obtain organizational literature, and resources for people who think they may have an alcohol addiction.
Provides a database of contact information and websites to locate meetings across the country.
A 12-step program for those in recovery from addiction to crystal meth. Provides a national directory of meetings.
This meeting finder has listings for New York City and surrounding counties, New Jersey and Connecticut.
Utilizes the 12 Steps of Recovery founded by Alcoholics Anonymous. Provides a meeting finder for most states.
A 12-step program designed to help relatives and friends of addicts recover from the effects of living with an addicted person. Provides information on finding local meetings.