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Alcohol and Substance Abuse - Websites

Mark Dombeck, Ph.D.

Monitorimage by Bruno Pedro (lic)There is a wealth of information online about addictions. Many of these resources have been developed and are maintained by others who also suffer from an addictions. We don't simply list them, but give you a guide to the hundreds of resources to choose.

Mothers Against Drunk Driving

  • Provides information about MADD and its history, including links to highway safety, injury prevention sites, and the Driving While Impaired (DWI) issue ranging from general statistics to abstracts of DWI laws. - 23 Jan 1998 - TKS


    Alcoholics Anonymous Resources

    Web of Addictions
    Andrew L. Homer Ph.D. & Dick Dillon
    Provides accurate details on alcohol and other drug addictions by offering information on both online and real-world organizations and resources. Updated regularly, this site is an excellent resource for those who need factual information about addictions. Contact information for related groups and a meeting calendar round out this informative, easy-to-navigate site.

    Another Empty Bottle
    Another Empty Bottle
    For friends and family of alcoholics. This site contains links, help groups, hotlines, information, and personal stories related to alcoholism. The site features interactive chat rooms and discussion areas for individuals to share and communicate their questions and concerns. The special section For Kids is a children's complete guide to understanding alcoholism and family relations. The organized layout provides easy navigation.

    Common Sense
    National PTA
    Common Sense provides strategies for raising drug- and alcohol-free children. This site contains substance abuse prevention facts, positive parenting tips, and family prevention activities. Information is targeted towards parents of young children, but may be useful to counselors and community leaders. An informative and attractive site. 



Reader Comments

Helpful charity - - Apr 11th 2009

I found an interesting website for a chairity that offers funding for treatment for those who have no health insurance and cannot offord financing. Check it out?

Editor's Note: Be careful donating to organizations you've not heard of before; It is entirely possible that they are fraudulent.  Besides this website, there is not much discussion of this group in Google, and though I hope for the best, I suspect the worst.