A National Directory of Drug Treatment Centers and Alcohol Treatment Centers, Therapists and Specialists. A free, simple directory providing assistance and guidance for those seeking help regarding alcohol addiction, drug addiction, dependency and many other conditions that affect the mind, body and soul.
Call 800-580-9104 to speak with an alcohol or drug abuse counselor.

Alaska Treatment Centers

Alaska AA Meetings

Anchorage Alaska A.A. – For help finding Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in Anchorage, visit the local AA meetup site.

Fairbanks Alaska A.A. – For alcoholics in need of localized support in Fairbanks, visit the Fairbanks, Alaska AA website.

Wailla Alaska A.A. – A directory of AA meetings taking place in Wailla.

Al-Anon

Anchorage / Eagle River Al-Anon – Al-anon family groups and meetings in Anchorage & Eagle River area.

Fairbanks Al-Anon – Fairbanks Al-Anon family groups for those who have a loved one who’s addiction to alcohol has caused them pain.

Kenai Penninsula Al-Anon – Al-Anon family groups for those in Kenai Penninsula area looking for support and guidance.

Mat-Su Valley Al-Anon – Residents of Mat-Su Valley can seek help, support and care in Al-Anon family groups.

Southwest Alaska Al-Anon – If you live in Southwest Alaska, visit the local Al-Anon chapter for peer support and help in coping with a loved one’s addiction.

Mental Health

Alaska Dept of Health and Social Serivces – for general mental illness and inquiries regarding mental health.

Anchorage Community Mental Health Services, Inc. – Residents of Anchorage can contact the community mental health services division for assistance.

Fairbanks Community Behavioral Health Center – For mental health services in Fairbanks, Alaska, visit the Fairbanks Community Behavioral Health Center.

Juneau Mental Health – Juneau, Alaska residents can get mental health treatment & referrals from the Juneau Mental Health Services Division.

Anonymous Support Groups

Anchorage NA – For those suffering from narcotics addiction in Anchorage and looking for peer support.

Fairbanks NA – Help for drug addiction in Fairbanks, Alaska.

Juneau NA – 12 Step support groups for those suffering from drug addiction in Juneau, Alaska.

Alaska Helplines

Alaska Sucide & Crisis Hotline – Suicide prevention and crisis help for residents of Alaska.

National Suicide Preventional Lifeline – Lifeline provides suicide prevention, support and immediate assistance throughout the country.

Anchorage Emergency Crisis Line – For immediate help, call 907-563-3200

Alaska AIDS Helpine – If you or someone you know suffers from AIDS or HIV and needs help in Alaska, call 800-478-AIDS

Alaska Child Abuse Hotline – For child abuse cases, to report child abuse or if you have been abused, call 800-478-4444

Treatment & Detox Guide

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Romancing Alcohol

I was all ready to write about Step Three this week because it is one of my favorites and I felt so inspired after my Monday meeting having heard so many thought-provoking shares. But something more timely came to my attention and I really wanted to share it with all of you. Do any of….

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Toughest hurdle to overcome is denial

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Book Explores World of High-Functioning Alcoholics

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