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An addiction service assists people (and their families) who are struggling with an addiction to substances, including alcohol (substance use disorder) or other forms of addiction, such as problem gambling and sexual addiction.[1]

Numerous addiction and substance use disorder services exist worldwide to aid in rehabilitation. Services in North America are listed below.

Canada

Addiction Services

Addiction Services, a division of the Nova Scotia Department of Health Promotion and Protection, aims to assist all individuals in achieving a safe and healthy lifestyle. Addiction Services offices are located across the province of Nova Scotia and offer help to those struggling with alcohol, drug and gambling addictions.[1] Addiction Services is operated by the District Health Authority of its corresponding community, and links to each of the individual offices are provided by means of an interactive map.

Documents and posters developed to raise awareness of the issues of alcoholism are also made freely available by the website.

NEWS AND VIEWS: Responding to Addiction Issues, is an e-newsletter provided by Addiction Services that highlights the accomplishments of substance use prevention, intervention and treatment across the province. The newsletters are freely available online.

Alcohol Policy Network

The Alcohol Policy Network's (APN) mission is to facilitate the discussion and development of policies that prevent problems associated with alcohol use, and to enhance the health, safety and well-being of individuals and communities across the province of Ontario.[2] The APN's online services are devoted exclusively to Canadian alcohol policy issues and is designed to encourage discussion and to inform people about the various aspects of alcohol policy, and also to profile the prevention efforts and the successes of groups across the province of Ontario by means of various forums, such the Alcohol: No Ordinary Commodity Forums.[3]

The site also links to media initiatives such as keepcontrol.ca and provides a comprehensive listing of information for specific audiences, such as the homeless, aboriginal, youth and senior populations, which is available both online and in downloadable format. The range of information available includes statistics, research and policy papers and reports, links to journals, databases and bibliographies, and other websites and web-based print resources, among others.

Canadian Addiction Rehab

An exclusive treatment center for addictions, drug & mental health.

Canada Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs

This site provides a free online directory of alcohol and drug rehab programs and other addiction-related services, such as sexual addiction, problem gambling and eating disorder treatment, across the country, to encourage those struggling with an addiction to seek out the assistance they need. Listings are provided by medical, outpatient, and residential programs, support groups, as well as by individual provinces. The site also provides a comprehensive listing of terms and definitions for each category listing.

Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction

The mandate of the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction (CCSA) is to provide national leadership and evidence-informed analysis to secure the efforts required to reduce alcohol and other drug-related harms.[4] CCSA provides access to a range of information relating to substance use and addiction, with a clear emphasis on prevention, and provides full access to their publications through the Topics and Publications sections of the website, including CCSA reports, statistics and fact sheets, newsletters and serials. Available in both French and English.

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) is Canada's largest addictions teaching hospital and a world-leading research center. CAMH is fully affiliated with the University of Toronto, in the province of Ontario, Canada, and is a Pan American Health Organization and World Health Organization Collaborating Centre.[5] CAMH is strongly committed to assisting those suffering from addiction or mental illness with diverse rehabilitation services tailored to suit the needs of those individuals who are at risk or are at different stages of their addiction or illness.

The CAMH site also provides access to their publications, which includes free access to the CAMH Annual Reports and Strategic Planning Documents, and the Breakthrough newsletters for clients, patients, and their families. Additional CAMH publications may be ordered through the website. Available in both French and English.

Deal.org

The Deal.org program is affiliated with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and prides itself as being an information and prevention tool specifically for Canadian youth to encourage healthy decision-making and to get involved in their communities. The site, while not substance use specific, does provide Canadian youths with the information they need about making informed decisions about drug and alcohol use. The site also provides access to their digital library, Knowzone, and an online magazine, Webzine, both of which contain content and resources developed by youths for youths. Available in French and English.

Health Canada

A comprehensive Drug Prevention guide is provided in the Healthy Living tab of the official Health Canada website. Health Canada actively recognizes that substance use is directly associated with the public safety of all Canadians.[6] Resources include information about the Canadian Alcohol and Drug Use Monitoring Survey, and links to current and historical government publications, such as Straight Facts About Drugs and Drug Abuse, a good listing of drug and alcohol prevention publications, as well as other specialized resources and publications for target groups such as at-risk women and aboriginal peoples.

JACS

Jewish Addiction Community Service. A nonprofit agency helping those struggling with addiction and co-dependency. Since opening in 2000, more than 8,000 families have turned to JACS Toronto for help. At our Sheppard Avenue headquarters, the community has discovered a comfortable, safe, and spiritual environment where understanding is the rule. Our community, just like many others, is in denial about addiction amongst its members. Jewish families of all denominations are living in turmoil, with few realizing that there is a place for them to go for help. At JACS Toronto, we show there is no shame in reaching out for help. There is no need for the members of our community to suffer in silence. You are not alone. JACS Toronto is a leading educational resource for addiction and recovery in the Greater Toronto Area, working closely with numerous addiction treatment centres and mental health facilities in Canada and internationally. Our focus has been on Toronto's Jewish community, in which JACS Toronto is the central resource centre for addiction and recovery for Jews of all denominations.

KeepControl.ca

The Keep Control campaign is targeted specifically at Canadian youths and provides authoritative information about alcohol use with a strong emphasis on prevention. The campaign is an initiative of the Ontario Public Health Association (OPHA). The message that the keep control campaign believes is that if you’re going to drink be smart about it.[7] The website provides a blog site for youths to talk about drinking, streaming television and radio commercials, downloadable tee-shirt and sticker templates, presentations, and t-adprint adsres, and posters. The site also links to publications by other authoritative agencies such as the Alcohol Policy Network (APN), the Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse (CCSA), and Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD).

Kids Help Phone

Kids Help Phone is Canada's only 24-hour, toll-free, anonymous telephone counseling and referral service and internet service specifically designated for children and youths. The service, although not substanceusese specific, is an essential tool for Canadian children and youth at risk. The site provides an enormous variety of information about youth topics such as health, bullying, cyberbullying, violence and abuse, and a link library to other helpful resources, especially for youths. Available in French and English.

National Anti-Drug Strategy

The National Anti-Drug Strategy, in cooperation with the Government of Canada, provides three action plans aimed at the prevention of illegal drug use, treating those struggling with addictions, and combating the production and distribution of the illegal drug trade itoensure safe and healthy Canadian communities.[8] Resources include a comprehensive listing of terms and definitions, resources for parents and youths with a significant emphasis on prevention, as well as a governmental listing of drug and alcohol addiction services, news links, and additional links to The Drug Situation Report (RCMP, 2007), and the 2007 World Drug Report (United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime).

Ontario Problem Gambling Research Center

The OPGRC aims to develop Ontario based research through the setting of research priorities and the funding of research projects. Yearly priorities are set by the Board of Directors after a review and analysis of research trends, needs, gaps and any other factors considered relevant. To assist in the process, the Centre requests the input of those involved in problem gambling research such as treatment providers, government, gaming providers and other stakeholders. Once completed, the Centre incorporates the priorities into the two scheduled solicitations for the fiscal year.

Pot and Driving Campaign

The goal of the Pot and Driving Campaign, in cooperation with the Canadian Public Health Association (CPHA), is to increase awareness among young Canadians of the risks of cannabis-impaired driving. Canadian youth have one of the highest rates of cannabis use in the world and many young Canadians who use pot see it as a benign, mainstream drug with no significant negative consequences.[9] Resources, specifically targeted to prevention, are available from the website include a discussion guide for adults, a discussion handout for youths, frequently asked questions and a downloadable promotional poster. Available in French, English and Inuktitut.

Problem Gambling Services

Problem Gambling Services, a division of the Nova Scotia Department of Health Promotion and Protection, aims to assist individuals struggling with a gambling problem, and also to provide resources to those who are assisting other with a gambling problem. The website is divided into three sections; for people who want to make changes in their gambling, for the friends and family members, and for professionals who may have regular contact with a problem gambler, such as healthcare professionals, clergy and financial advisors. Resources include comprehensive definitions, and free to order on all self-help materials provided by Addiction Services in Nova Scotia, as well as access to numerous research reports.

Drugs & Organized Crime Awareness Service

The Drugs & Organized Crime Awareness Service (DOCAS) is coordinated by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), and works in partnership with all levels of Canadian government, and other non-governmental agencies to promote safe and healthy lifestyles in communities across Canada. In addition to its partnerships, DOCAS also provides services such as deal.org, and access to other resources such as a drug identification chart and information about drug awareness, the Drugs: Know Your Facts, Cuts Your Risks booklet, the Kids and drugs; A parent’s guide to prevention downloadable and printable booklet, and links to related sites such as the National Anti-Drug Strategy.

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Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia is one of the thirteen provinces and territories of Canada. It is one of the three Maritime provinces and one of the four Atlantic provinces. Nova Scotia is Latin for "New Scotland".

Alcohol abuse

Alcohol abuse

Alcohol abuse encompasses a spectrum of unhealthy alcohol drinking behaviors, ranging from binge drinking to alcohol dependence, in extreme cases resulting in health problems for individuals and large scale social problems such as alcohol-related crimes.

Substance abuse

Substance abuse

Substance abuse, also known as drug abuse, is the use of a drug in amounts or by methods which are harmful to the individual or others. It is a form of substance-related disorder. Differing definitions of drug abuse are used in public health, medical and criminal justice contexts. In some cases, criminal or anti-social behaviour occurs when the person is under the influence of a drug, and long-term personality changes in individuals may also occur. In addition to possible physical, social, and psychological harm, the use of some drugs may also lead to criminal penalties, although these vary widely depending on the local jurisdiction.

Problem gambling

Problem gambling

Problem gambling or ludomania is repetitive gambling behavior despite harm and negative consequences. Problem gambling may be diagnosed as a mental disorder according to DSM-5 if certain diagnostic criteria are met. Pathological gambling is a common disorder that is associated with both social and family costs.

Kids Help Phone

Kids Help Phone

Kids Help Phone is a Canadian charitable organization that provides online and telephone counselling and volunteer-led, text-based support in English and French to youth across Canada. Kids Help Phone also provides information on how to access community support services for youth.

United States

Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.) is one of the world's most recognizable support groups for individuals suffering from alcohol addiction, where the only requirement for membership is to stop drinking in order to achieve sobriety. Notable publications available from the website include the This is A.A. pamphlet, which denotes what A.A. is and is not, the AA Big Book, available in English, French and Spanish. The website also includes links to further information for professionals, and how to locate local A.A. meetings.

Cenikor Foundation

The Cenikor Foundation is a private, not-for-profit behavioral health organization based in Houston, Texas. It offers long-term residential, short-term residential, detoxification and outpatient behavioral health services for adults and adolescents.[10] Cenikor provides evidence-based therapeutic community addiction treatment through long-term residential programs in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Deer Park, Texas, and Fort Worth, Texas, and detox/short-term residential treatment in Waco, Texas. Cenikor offers outpatient treatment services in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Temple, Texas, Killeen, Texas, and Waco, Texas. Cenikor also has an adolescent residential facility in Houston, Texas, called Odyssey House Texas.

Greenway Recovery Center

The Greenway Recovery Center is a private behavioral health organization based in Lantana, Florida. It offers partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient and outpatient services for adults. Greenway utilizes a variety of treatment modalities such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing among other effective methods.[11] Greenway is known for their vow to help any addict find placement into a treatment center regardless of their financial status.

Hope Haven

Hope Haven is a private 501( c)(3) non-profit agency in Madison, Wisconsin. Hope Haven is managed and governed by Catholic Charities of Madison, WI and offers a wide range of support for adults who need both residential and out-patient services. Hope Haven has been providing evidence-based, affordable, effective alcohol and drug treatment services since 1973. Hope Haven serves and employ persons regardless of sexual orientation, religious, ethnic, racial or social background.

North Bay Lodge is Hope Haven's residential treatment facility, providing a minimum of 12 hours of therapy every week. From anger management and peer support, to session to aid those with a mental illness dual-diagnosis.

Chris Farley House is Hope Haven's transitional housing facility, helping clients to ease into independent, sober living. To do that, they offer many of the same programs as North Bay Lodge, along with other programs to help residents find a job, stable housing, and help keep clients from relapsing after leaving the program.

Out-patient services include: Day Report and Treatment (DART)- Helping people with substance use disorders by providing comprehensive alcohol and drug, mental health, and case management services. DART is a bail monitoring program and collaborates with the Mental Health Center of Dane County and Dane County Human Services.

Pathfinder - For people in Dane County with recurring substance use issues and a history of going in and out of jail. Offers a “wrap around” approach of comprehensive, long-term treatment to confront substance use, criminal behavior, and other barriers to change, the goal being to turn a life around forever.

Marquette Chemical Dependency Service (MCDS) - MCDS is a private, state-certified program providing alcohol and substance use treatment and prevention services to the residents of Marquette County through a contract with the Marquette County Human Services Board.

Mothers Against Drunk Driving

The mission of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) is to stop drunk driving, to support the victims of drunk drivers, and to prevent underage drinking.[12] Publications include links to the MADDVOCATE magazine, and numerous brochures on grief, injury, and legal advice.

National Institute on Drug Abuse

The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) is a national research leader and information provider on substance use and addiction in the United States.[13] Notable resources available from the website include a comprehensive listing of substance use and related topics, and publications such as the NIDA Publication Series, including the NIDA Research Reports.

SMART Recovery

SMART Recovery is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, established in 1994, that provides free mutual-support meetings in the United States and in many other countries around the world. Its main publication, the SMART Recovery Handbook is available in English, Spanish, German, Portuguese, Farsi, Mandarin, and Danish. Their website includes how to locate local SMART Recovery meetings.

NY Problem Gambling - Free Resources For Gambling Addiction

New York Problem Gambling (NYCPG) is a non profit independent organization that strives to increase public awareness about problem gambling and related addictions. They work to educate people of all ages about the dangers that gambling addiction can pose and they try to help individuals get the help they need to overcome their addictions. Recently NYCPG created a new resource site that offers free ebooks as well as a toll free help line so people that are battling the disease can get help right away. This site is called Know the Odds. In addition they also created a resource for younger generations to learn about the dangers of gambling addiction before they get caught in the same trap that millions of adults have. In order to educate kids they created Don't Bet Yet so it could appeal to the youth that they want to educate.

RehabForTeens.co Teen Addiction Help

Free online resource with information on teen addiction and a SAMHSA search tool for finding treatment. This resource was established in 2014 and contains adolescent addiction stats and complete contact information for 3,000 licensed facilities.

TeenRehab.org - Free information about teen substance use

A free online resource for families and victims about teen substance use. They also have a 24/7 hotline that connects to an addiction specialist who can answer all questions and provide guidance on finding a teen rehab center.

American Drug Rehabs - Resource for Local Drug Rehabs

Online resource for anyone dealing with substance use issues. Specialists are available throughout the day to help people find a local addiction treatment program.[14]

Drug Addiction Now - Drug and Alcohol Addiction News Resource

Reliable resource that will help you stay up to date on current and trending substance use, drug addiction and recovery related news.[15][16]

FindRecovery

Online Resource for victims of substance use and their loved ones. Provides a directory of AA Meetings, NA Meetings, Al-Anon Meetings, MAT (Medication Assisted Treatment) doctors, and substance use disorder treatment facilities across the United States, as well as informative articles on additional addiction topics.[17]

Find Addiction Rehabs

Find Addiction Rehabs focuses on helping individuals locate a treatment program that meets their addiction and mental health needs. They work with programs all over the country that offer a wide scope of treatment modalities. Find Addiction Rehabs provides individuals with the knowledge needed to make an educated decision on where to seek treatment.

Safe Landing Recovery

Rehab programs of Safe Landing Recovery take a comprehensive approach to teen addiction treatment and mental health, addressing the underlying causes of teen drug abuse and helping troubled teens realize their full potential.[18]

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Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international mutual aid fellowship of alcoholics dedicated to abstinence-based recovery from alcoholism through its spiritually-inclined Twelve Step program. Following its Twelve Traditions, AA is non-professional, non-denominational, as well as apolitical and unaffiliated. In 2020 AA estimated its worldwide membership to be over two million with 75% of those in the U.S. and Canada.

Cenikor Foundation

Cenikor Foundation

The Cenikor Foundation is a nonprofit drug rehabilitation and mental health organization based in Houston, Texas, operating residential treatment centers and outpatient services for adults and adolescents in Texas and Louisiana. They have faced serious allegations of patient abuse and use of patients for unfree labor. Cenikor provides treatment based on the therapeutic community approach.

Nonprofit organization

Nonprofit organization

A nonprofit organization (NPO) or non-profit organisation, also known as a non-business entity, not-for-profit organization, or nonprofit institution, is a legal entity organized and operated for a collective, public or social benefit, in contrast with an entity that operates as a business aiming to generate a profit for its owners. A nonprofit is subject to the non-distribution constraint: any revenues that exceed expenses must be committed to the organization's purpose, not taken by private parties. An array of organizations are nonprofit, including some political organizations, schools, business associations, churches, social clubs, and consumer cooperatives. Nonprofit entities may seek approval from governments to be tax-exempt, and some may also qualify to receive tax-deductible contributions, but an entity may incorporate as a nonprofit entity without securing tax-exempt status.

Drug detoxification

Drug detoxification

Drug detoxification is variously the intervention in a case of physical dependence to a drug; the process and experience of a withdrawal syndrome; and any of various treatments for acute drug overdose.

Therapeutic community

Therapeutic community

Therapeutic community is a participative, group-based approach to long-term mental illness, personality disorders and drug addiction. The approach was usually residential, with the clients and therapists living together, but increasingly residential units have been superseded by day units. It is based on milieu therapy principles, and includes group psychotherapy as well as practical activities.

Addiction

Addiction

Addiction is a neuropsychological disorder characterized by a persistent and intense urge to engage in certain behaviors, one of which is the usage of a drug, despite substantial harm and other negative consequences. Repetitive drug use often alters brain function in ways that perpetuate craving, and weakens self-control. This phenomenon – drugs reshaping brain function – has led to an understanding of addiction as a brain disorder with a complex variety of psychosocial as well as neurobiological factors that are implicated in addiction's development. Classic signs of addiction include compulsive engagement in rewarding stimuli, preoccupation with substances or behavior, and continued use despite negative consequences. Habits and patterns associated with addiction are typically characterized by immediate gratification, coupled with delayed deleterious effects.

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Baton Rouge is the capital of the U.S. state of Louisiana. On the eastern bank of the Mississippi River, it is the parish seat of East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana's most populous parish. Since 2020, it has been the 99th-most-populous city in the United States and the second-largest city in Louisiana, after New Orleans. It is the 18th-most-populous state capital. At the U.S. Census Bureau's 2020 tabulation, it had a population of 227,470; its consolidated population was 456,781 in 2020. It is the center of the Greater Baton Rouge area, Louisiana's second-largest metropolitan area, with a population of 870,569 as of 2020, up from 802,484 in 2010.

Deer Park, Texas

Deer Park, Texas

Deer Park is a city in the U.S. state of Texas within the Houston–Sugar Land–Baytown metropolitan area. The city is located in Harris County and is situated in Southeast Texas. At the 2020 U.S. census, the population of Deer Park was 34,495.

Fort Worth, Texas

Fort Worth, Texas

Fort Worth is the fifth-largest city in the U.S. state of Texas and the 13th-largest city in the United States. It is the county seat of Tarrant County, covering nearly 350 square miles (910 km2) into four other counties: Denton, Johnson, Parker, and Wise. According to a 2022 United States census estimate, Fort Worth's population was 958,692. Fort Worth is the second-largest city in the Dallas–Fort Worth–Arlington metropolitan area, which is the fourth most populous metropolitan area in the United States.

Temple, Texas

Temple, Texas

Temple is a city in Bell County, Texas, United States. As of 2020, the city has a population of 82,073 according to the U.S. census, and is one of the two principal cities in Bell County.

Killeen, Texas

Killeen, Texas

Killeen is a city in Bell County, Texas, United States. According to the 2020 census, its population was 153,095, making it the 19th-most populous city in Texas and the largest of the three principal cities of Bell County. It is the principal city of the Killeen–Temple–Fort Hood Metropolitan Statistical Area. Killeen is 55 miles (89 km) north of Austin, 125 miles (201 km) southwest of Dallas, and 125 miles (201 km) northeast of San Antonio.

Odyssey House

Odyssey House

Odyssey House Texas, located in Houston, Texas is a private not-for-profit organization established in 1989 to provide treatment and education to youth and families whose lives have been devastated by drugs, alcohol, and abuse. At that time, local families who had lost their children to drugs, alcohol and death identified the need for an effective and affordable program.

International

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime

As a global leader in the fight against the international illegal drug trade, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) assists its Member States in their efforts to bring international illegal drug trade, crime, and terrorism. Although this website is not directly substance use specific, it does provide numerous resources that demonstrate the efforts and hard work of the United Nations and its Member State, and that they are making a difference in combating the international illegal drug trade, which is essential for ensuring safe and healthy persons and communities around the world. Important publications to note include the UNODC Annual Report, available for complete download in English, and the World Drug Report, also available for complete download in English from the website.

World Health Organization

The World Health Organization (WHO) is the directing and coordinating authority for health within the United Nations and offers a comprehensive listing under the Programs and projects tab on Management of Substance Abuse. This includes terminology and classification such as the WHO Lexicon of alcohol and drug terms, facts and figures, publications by topic such as prevention and treatment, and publications by source, such as articles or relevant resources from other WHO departments. The WHO website also provides links to other relevant sites, such as the Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse (CCSA) and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH).

Europe

European Association of Libraries and Information Services on Addictions (Elisad)

The European Association of Libraries and Information Services on Addictions, (Elisad) is a European association of individuals and organizations with special interests in the exchange of information regarding alcohol, tobacco, drug and other addictions, whose sole purpose is to provide those working in addictions information with a network for exchanging knowledge, ideas and sharing experiences.

Source: "List of addiction and substance abuse organizations", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2022, November 28th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_addiction_and_substance_abuse_organizations.

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