Substance Abuse Resources

Governmental Agencies/Public Policy

SSubstance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) U.S. Department of Health and Human Services agency supporting the public health efforts to advance the behavioral health in America.

NNIDA – National Institute of Drug Abuse US federal-government research institute who researches addiction and drug abuse to strengthen treatment, prevention, and policy.

Professional Organizations

AAAAP – American Academy of Addiction PsychiatryInternational membership organization for psychiatrists working within the addiction community in addition to academic faculty and other associated health professionals.

NNAABT – National Alliance of Advocates for Buprenorphine Treatment Non-profit organization educating people on opioid addiction and the effects of Buprennorphine treatments.

Treatment & Recovery

AAlcoholics Anonymous International mutual aid fellowship enabling members to stay sober and help other alcoholics live in sobriety.

O Oxford House of Connecticut Providing housing world-wide for recovering addicts in an environment that supports sobriety. Houses are self-run and self-supported that assist in substance abuse recocery.

Addiction Support

FFamilyeJournal At FamilyeJournal, we believe people yearn to feel closer and more connected. When we feel heard and valued then we know we matter and that makes us happy. Happy people do more good things and are less destructive to themselves and others. The happier we are the better our world will be for everyone. We help people feel closer by prompting them to share their perspective so they can be heard and hear from only the people who matter most to them. FamilyeJournal is a private online platform that helps your family connect authentically.

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