Codependence vs. Interdependence
The Journey to the Emotional Frontier Within-Emotional Defense Mechanism
What is Codependency
Codependency on Wikipedia
Am I Drinking Too Much?
Family Issues in Recovery – What do I Need to Know?
Developmental Recovery Stages
American Council for Drug Education
American Society of Addiction Medicine
Betty Ford Center
Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT)
Co-Dependents Anonymous (CODA)
Dual Recovery Anonymous
Father Martin’s Ashley
Jewish Alcoholics Chemically Dependent Persons & Significant Others
National Association for Children of Alcoholics
National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
National Institute on Drug Abuse
National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse (NTA)
Parents Support Group
Partnership for a Drug-Free America
SAMHSA Substance Abuse Facility Locator
Sex And Love Addicts Anonymous
St.Christopher’s Addiction Wellness Center
New York Presbyterian Hospital – Top NYC Doctors, Comprehensive
NewYork-Presbyterian. The University Hospital of Columbia and Cornell. Access medical records from your hospital visits online with myNYP.org
cmc : Center for Motivation and Change
The Center for Motivation and Change (CMC) is a unique, private group practice in New York City specializing in the treatment of substance use.
Poinciana at Palm Beach:
The Institute for Addiction Study is a center of learning and training where innovative strategies relating to addiction are developed and shared that foster the acceptance of addicts as full and valued members of society.
Treatment 4 Addiction: Mike Bayer
Treatment Coordination and Advocacy offers national treatment placement services for all mental health and addiction issues. If you are feeling overwhelmed trying to choose the best program for your specific needs, call us. We can help.
Treatment Consultants offers consulting services to treatment programs nationally in the areas of clinical program development, intake and aftercare services and marketing.
The Mayo Clinic is a world renowned facility offering medical, addiction and psychiatric care. Their website offers information for those wanting to learn more about many of the most common and uncommon diseases and disorders.
Reality Recovery Experience Sober Living the way life is supposed to be. Palm Beach, Florida offers the best in Sober Living.www.realityrecovery.com
Pat Moomey Interventions. Pat has been doing interventions since 1984. Pat also offers recovery coaching for those with addictions and their families as well as assertiveness training.
Drug Treatment Help: this website offers national low cost treatment options.
Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration ( SAMHSA ): The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA’s) vision as an agency of the Federal Government is “A Life in the Community for Everyone.” This vision is based on the premise that people of all ages, with or at risk for mental or substance disorders should have the opportunity for a fulfilling life that includes a job/education, a home, and meaningful personal relationships with friends and family. SAMHSA works to achieve this vision through an action-oriented, measurable mission of “Building Resilience and Facilitating Recovery.”
Eating Disorder Referral. This website offers information, links and resources regarding all types of eating disorders.www.edreferral.com
New York Presbyterian, The University Hospital of Columbia and Cornell offers mental health stabilization, detoxification and a variety of out-patient services
Bridging Back Intervention Services: To heal and enrich the lives of individuals and families suffering with addictive disease. This is accomplished through systemic intervention and family workshops which provide: Interactive education tailored to your entire family system, confrontation of the disease, not individuals, individualized recovery plans, individual and family commitment to healthy change, follow-up.
Bridge Sober Living Homes: Structured sober living for men in Calabasas, CA.
The Center for Motivation and Change: An outpatient program in New York City. The cornerstone of our treatment approach is motivational, helping each client find a path toward change they can truly embrace and providing the structure and tools to pursue that path.
Haven House Sober Living for Men: Located in BeverlyWood: (West Los Angeles/Beverly Hills) We offer a very structured environment to the new comer in sobriety, with our goal in teaching them a new responsible way to enjoy sober life while learning to live within structure, with integrity and responsibility. Fees are: $3500 a month for a semi-private and $5000 for a private, and that includes 3 meals a day, 24 hour onsite staff, random drug testing and a beautiful home to live in comfort. Any further questions please call us at 310-838-0309.
Drug Rehab Services: Helps those with drug and alcohol addictions, and their families find treatment options in North America.www.drug-rehab.ca
AiR (Assistance in Recovery): A national behavioral health consulting, intervention and recovery management company that provides solutions to families and organizations that are struggling as a result of addictions, eating disorders, and mental illness in their homes and offices. We specialize in alcohol intervention, drug addiction intervention, sex addiction intervention, gambling intervention, eating disorder intervention and other compulsive self destructive behavior interventions as well as mental health intervention and crisis management.
SouthCoast Recovery is one of the leading alcohol and drug rehab centers in the US.
Is Addiction a Disease?
Let’s Get to the Truth About the Drug Marijuana:
Understanding Drug Abuse and Addiction:
The Likely Cause of Addiction Has Been Discovered, and It Is Not What You Think:
Triple Threat: Beyond Mental Health and Substance Abuse Issues:
Principles of Drug Addiction Treatment:
90 Day Treatment Stay the New Gold Standard:
A Comparison of Long-Term and Short-Term Residential Treatment Programs for Dual Diagnosis Patients:
The Benefits of Suffering and the Costs of Well-Being Secondary Gains and Losses:
What’s Love Got To Do With It?