RESOURCES YOU MAY FIND HELPFUL

(Please be advised:  These resources are provided by Mainstream Addiction and Recovery Support Systems.  We provide these as a courtesy, but you use them at your own discretion and we may not be held responsible for these agencies ideas, services, treatments, or outcomes.)

Professional Help

Your regular doctor. Primary care and mental health practitioners can provide effective alcoholism treatment by combining new medications with brief counseling visits. See “Helping Patients Who Drink Too Much” at www.niaaa.nih.gov/guide or call 301–443–3860.

Specialists in alcoholism. For specialty addiction treatment options, contact your doctor, health insurance plan, local health department, or employee assistance program.

 

Other resources include Medical and non-medical  addiction specialists

 

Mutual & Self / Help Groups

 Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) 

www.aa.org 

212–870–3400 or check your local  phone directory under “Alcoholism” 

 

 Moderation Management 

www.moderation.org 

212–871–0974 

 Secular Organizations for Sobriety   www.secularsobriety.org 

323–666–4295

 

Drug Free World - Foundation for a Drug Free World

http://www.drugfreeworld.org

888-668-6378

 SMART Recovery 

www.smartrecovery.org 

440–951–5357

 Women for Sobriety  www.womenforsobriety.org 

215–536–8026

Groups for family and friends

 Al-Anon/Alateen 

www.al-anon.alateen.org 

1–888–425–2666 for meetings

 Adult Children of Alcoholics 

www.adultchildren.org 

310–534–1815

Information resources

 

 Drug Free World - Foundation for a Drug Free World

http://www.drugfreeworld.org/

888-668-6378

 

 National Institute on Alcohol Abuse  and Alcoholism   www.niaaa.nih.gov 

301–443–3860

 National Institute on Drug Abuse     

www.nida.nih.gov 

301–443–1124

 National Institute of Mental Health     

www.nimh.nih.gov  

1–866–615–6464

 National Clearinghouse for Alcohol  and Drug Information  www.ncadi.samhsa.gov  

1–800–729–6686

For additional resources, visit

RethinkingDrinking.niaaa.nih.gov

 American Academy of Addiction 

Psychiatry   www.aaap.org  

401–524–3076

 American Psychological 

Association  

1–800–964–2000 (ask for your state’s referral number to find psychologists  with addiction specialties)

 American Society of Addiction  Medicine  

301–656–3920 (ask for the phone  number of your state’s chapter)

 NAADAC Substance Abuse 

Professionals   www.naadac.org   1–800–548–0497   

 National Association of Social  Workers   www.helpstartshere.org  (search for social workers with  addiction specialties)

Treatment facilities

 Substance Abuse Treatment  Facility Locator  www.findtreatment.samhsa.gov 

1–800–662–HELP

WEBSITES  WE FOUND THAT YOU MAY FIND USEFUL

http://www.helpguide.org/articles/addiction/alcohol-addiction-treatment-and-self-help.htm

http://opiateaddictionsupport.com

 

  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Association

  • Internat'l Credential & Reciprosity Consorteum

  • Division of Alcohol and Substance Abuse

  • Department of Health and Human Services Certified

  • Multiple State Credential Board (IC&RC)

  • National - Addiction Severity Index

  • Department of Transportation - Substance Abuse Professional

  • National Association of Addiction Professionals

  • Governor's Highway Safety Administration

  • Professional Christian Counseling and Coaching Association

  • Anger Management Credentialing

  • Email Address: support@CornerstoneRecoveryCoaching.com

 

 

  • SAMHSA.GOV

  • IC&RC Approved Program Provider #804150

  • DASA - DUI / DWI Service Provider 

  • DHHS

  • IAODAPCA / ICB  Approved Provider #no.29696.il

  • ASI

  • D.O.T. / SAP  Approved Provider # 15331103

  • NAADAC

  • GHSA

  • PCCCA

  • Anderson & Anderson

  • Cornerstone Recovery Coaching LLC

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