Has the latest information on alcohol, drugs, and tobacco use prevention and treatment and operates a resource center open to the public.
ADAI Info Brief – Resources for Addiction Recovery Support August 2012
An information brief published by the ADAI Library that includes a variety of resources selected especially for and about people in recovery.
NIDA (National Institute on Drug Abuse)
A wealth of information and brochures related to drug and alcohol abuse, research and treatment.
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
Resources, publications and research on alcohol abuse and alcoholism
Questions about specific drugs of abuse? Visit NIDA’s website for information on: Alcohol, Cocaine, Ecstasy, Heroin, Inhalants, LSD (Acid), Marijuana, MDMA (Ecstasy), PCP/Phencyclidine, Prescription Medications, Steroids (Anabolic) and Tobacco Addiction.
Learn about Related Topics (links to NIDA’s website): Addiction Science, Drug Testing, HIV/AIDS and Drug Abuse, Medical Consequences of Drug Abuse, Prevention Research, Treatment Research and Trends & Statistics.
Download brochures on substance abuse and treatment
- Alcohol and Drug Treatment: How it Works, and How it can Help You
- Alcohol and Drug Addiction Happens in the Best of Families
- Faces of Change: Do I have a problem with alcohol or drugs?
- What is Substance Abuse Treatment?: A Booklet for Families
- Brochure: Start Talking Before They Start Drinking
- Browse a directory of certified chemical dependency services in Washington State (the “Greenbook”)
- SAMHSA Treatment Locator
- SAMHSA Buprenorphine Treatment Locator
- Pregnant Women Chemical Dependency/Abuse Resource Guide (DSHS)
- SUD Youth Treatment Referral Guide (PDF File)
- Search for local community services: Community Resources Online (WIN 2-1-1)
- Support Groups: Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Al-Anon/Alateen
Concerned about a family or friend’s use? Not sure what you can do to help them? Drug and alcohol use affects everyone in the family. Many of our callers are looking for help for a friend or family member, but unsure of how to help them or what resources are available. Give us a call; we’re here to help.