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Alcohol Addiction Treatment Resources

Alcoholics Anonymous – A free to join fellowship of men and women who work together to support one another in the recovery from alcohol addiction.

Substance Abuse Treatment Facility Locator – Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) a division of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services directory of treatment facilities.

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse & Alcoholism (NIAAA) – Details and information on the causes, diagnosis, effects and treatment of alcohol addiction.

Mayo Clinic on Alcoholism – Mayo Clinic guide to alcoholism including the definition of alcoholism, details on causes and symptoms and treatment options.

CDC on Alcohol – Frequently asked questions and details on the effects that alcohol has on public health from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention.

Alcohol Screening – Find out how much drinking is too much with this confidential screening assessment.

The Problems with Problem Drinking – Alcohol addiction information and treatment for Military members and Veterans.

Stop Underage Drinking – Details and informative guides pertaining to alcohol abuse prevention in teens.

Drug Addiction Treatment Resources

Finding Effective Drug Addiction Treatment – Comprehensive guide to finding treatment.

Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What to Ask – National Institute on Drug Abuse provides a list of questions to assist in finding effective drug addiction treatment.

Treatment Approaches for Drug Addiction – National Institute on Drug Abuse guide to methods of addiction treatment.

Treatment & Drugs – Mayo Clinic guide to drug abuse treatment and the types of medications that are used in effective addiction treatment programs.

Medication Assisted Treatment for Substance Use Disorders – SAMHSA guide to medication-assisted treatment of drug addiction.

Persons Who Use Drugs – CDC guide to help reduce or stop substance abuse.

Substance Abuse Treatment Fact Sheet – HIV prevention issues related to substance abuse treatment.

National Support Groups

Narcotics Anonymous – A free to join support group helping people recover from drug addiction.

Cocaine Anonymous – A twelve step support group for those in recovery from cocaine addiction.

Crystal Meth Anonymous – A fellowship of men and women in recovery from methamphetamine addiction.

Marijuana Anonymous – A support group for those in recovery from marijuana addiction.

Narconon – Support for those suffering from drug addiction and for the family members of addicts.

Secular Organizations for Sobriety – A support group similar to AA without the religious affiliation or higher power.

Women for Sobriety – A fellowship of women dedicated to overcoming alcoholism and addictions.

Smart Recovery – Non-twelve step recovery through self-empowerment and self-directed change.

Addiction Treatment Outside the US

UK Alcohol Addiction Treatment – Support and local help from the NHS for those suffering from alcohol addiction in the UK.

Alcohol Treatment in Australia – From the Department of Health & Ageing find help and treatment programs in each state or territory.

Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse – Help for members of Canada in search of addiction treatment.

Australian Government National Drugs Campaign – Help for those suffering from drug addiction and substance abuse in Australia.

Methods of Drug Detox Treatment

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Different drugs have different withdrawal durations and effects on users. Through research and clinical practices, various methods have been proven effective for certain types of drugs. Although drug detox treatment is the first step in drug abuse treatments, by itself, it has little to no effect on drug seeking behaviors or long term abstinence. Without….

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5 Benefits of Dual Diagnosis Treatment Centers

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Primarily, the goal of a dual diagnosis treatment center is to effectively treat co-existing physical or mental health conditions of an addict along with their substance abuse. By treating all conditions in continuum and integrating the treatment services, many benefits can be received in dual diagnosis treatment centers that may be limited by other providers…..

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What to Do Before You Enter a Drug Treatment Center

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More oftentimes than not, someone who’s decided to enter a drug treatment center has gone through much heartache and frustration brought on by drug use. Considering how strong a hold drugs (and alcohol) can have on a person’s will, the decision to get needed treatment help takes a considerable degree of will and fortitude. Before….

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What Happens in Cocaine Detox?

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Cocaine addicts well know how uncomfortable drug withdrawal can be. When detoxing, withdrawal effects come on in full force, an experience that no regular cocaine user wants to face. The truth of the matter is cocaine detox offers the only means for breaking the drug’s hold over the body. There’s no getting around this essential….

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Pros and Cons of Inpatient Drug Abuse Treatment

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The commitment to enter a drug abuse treatment program often involves bouts of contemplations on what type of treatment would be most suitable for you. With such a wide range of choices available, it may help to know the pros and cons of inpatient drug abuse treatment before you decide. PROS 24 Hour Care As….

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How Drug Abuse Treatment Helps You Stay Clean and Sober

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Whether addicted to drugs or alcohol, the physical and psychological effects of addiction can transform a normal everyday person into a shell of what he or she once was. Addictive substances are well known for their ability to alter brain function in such a way as to create a cycle of dependency that becomes all….

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Consequences of Cocaine Addiction & the Need for Treatment

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As one of the strongest Schedule I narcotics around, cocaine carries an incredibly high addiction potential. Most people take to cocaine because of the immediate “jolt” this drug causes. Cocaine’s addiction potential goes into action as of the first time a person tries the drug. When first starting out, cocaine produces increased energy levels, improved….

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Does Affordable Drug Treatment Really Exist?

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Does affordable drug treatment really exist? Yes. There are facilities that do provide affordable treatment to patients. Often, these facilities are government run. As stated by the NIDA, “Because drug abuse and addiction are major public health problems, a large portion of drug treatment is funded by local, State, and Federal governments.” This is where….

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5 Ways to Find Affordable Drug Rehab

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Seek Out Affordable Treatment “According to N-SSATS, some facilities offer substance abuse treatment at no charge or a sliding fee scale based on income and other factors” (SAMHSA). Seeking out affordable treatment can take some time and research, but it can be very beneficial to your overall treatment. Someone who does not feel the pressure….

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What is an Intervention & How Does it Work

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Alcohol and drug addictions can take a considerable toll on the addict as well as the people in the addict’s life. By its very nature, addiction sets a person up to deny its existence as a problem, so loved ones are already at a disadvantage when trying to help an addict change his or her….

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