Alcohol & Drug Abuse


Parents everywhere are concerned about protecting their children.  Those who have struggled with the impact of alcohol & drug abuse in their own lives and worry about increasing resilience in their homes.  Links range from “The Science Behind Drug Abuse”(information) to support “Al-Anon Family Groups.”  There are no specific treatment facilities listed — simply information-dense sites to provide a variety of starting points and perspectives.


  • Too Smart to Start helps tools for youth, families, educators and communities to help prevent underage drinking
  • Al-Anon Family Groups provides strength and hope for friends and families of problem drinkers, Nar-Anon provides similar support for families of addiction.
  • Did you know that eating dinner together is an important tool for preventing alcohol and drug abuse?  Suppers for Sobriety
  • Want to know what happens when an addicted person stops using?  Take a look at
  • Students Taking Action Not Drugs (STAND)  College-level alcohol & drug abuse prevention program,  mobilizing students to reduce substance abuse on their campuses.
  • Keep Coming Back  A site with news, research, interviews and networking opportunities.
  • Voices for Recovery  Center to create a safe and welcoming space for LGBT folks in recovery from alcohol & drug abuse.
  •  SMART Recovery has a program to help people recover from a variety of addictive behaviors.
  •  provides a variety of information to those seeking treatment.
  • Fortune Society provides peer-to-peer recovery support services to ex-prisoners and their families who are working toward recovery from alcohol & drug abuse
  • Easy Does It  Organizes committees that focus on holistic approaches to personal growth within the recovery process
  • Anchor Media Online and print magazine for families embracing a healthy recovery lifestyle
  • Join Together  Daily news updates, publications and technical assistance.
  • Chemical People Project –  is based on the premise that within each community resides a releasable force, a force more powerful than that generated by a single individual or a single institution.

  One Response to “Alcohol & Drug Abuse”

  1. Hello, my name is Martin Vivek. I am a researcher on the topic of addiction, and alcohol abuse and came across

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