Alcoholics Anonymous World Services
P.O. Box 459 Grand Central Station
New York, New York 10163
National Drug and Treatment Referral Service
Click Here for a list of Agencies
National Pregnancy Health Centers
Click Here for a list of State by State Centers
National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information
National Institute of Drug Abuse Information and Referral Line
The National Federation of Parents for Drug-Free Youth
National Council of Alcoholism
Parent's Resource Institute for Drug Education (PRIDE)
The National Institute of Drug Abuse Workplace Helpline
Here are some sources for drug prevention in your workplace:
The National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information (NCADI).
This organization is a national resource for information on latest research results, journal articles, videos, prevention material and state level contacts. 1-800-729-6686.
The Drug-Free Workplace Help line.
This service is funded by the Federal Government Department of Health and Human Services to provide individualized technical assistance to business of all size on the development and implementation of programs on preventing substance abuse in the workplace. 1-800-843-4971.
The Substance Abuse Information Database (SAID).
This is an easy way for business owners, human resource managers and trade/business groups to learn about alcohol/drug use in the workplace. www.notes.dol.gov/said
Recovery is possible for substance abusers. Assistance is there
for anyone who would like to have help with their addiction. The
treatment programs mentioned above are just a few that are available.
Your local phone directory should also have listings of agencies
available for assistance with treatment of substance abuse.