You may also want to check out the Summary Assessment of the Drug Court Experience prepared by the Drug Court Clearinghouse and Technical Assistance Project.
You can read about drug court experiences in Florida, Delaware, and North Carolina.
ShaunW pointed us to his NA in Australia site. In addition to links and information about NA this site also includes meeting and referral information for Australia.
The National Commission Against Drunk Driving (NCADD) is a nonprofit organization of private and public sector leaders who are dedicated to minimizing the human and economic losses resulting from motor vehicle crashes by working to make driving impaired a socially unacceptable act.
The Washington State Association of Independent Outpatient Providers has an interesting web site for professional counselors.
Gamblers Anonymous has a new page.
Recovery Alternatives offers links to a variety of non-A.A. recovery resources.
Thun told us about his nice recovery oriented home page.
Signs of Sobriety is a self help organization for recovering people who are deaf.
National Inhalant Prevention Coalition is a nonprofit organization which provides inhalant prevention and resource information, as well as an 800 number hot line for inhalant treatment referral. Web information is also available en Espanol. We have also added this organization to the Web of Addictions rolodex page.
The Nevada Addiction Technology Transfer Center has a web page with abstracts of recent articles. Regular review of this site is a great way to keep up with the literature.
Dalene Entenmann pointed us to Letters at Dawn, a resource and information journal of healing and hope offering encouragement and support to the family members affected by alcoholism and other addictions.
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