DRUG ABUSE SITES:

Here is a listing of many sites that can help you overcome your addictions. 

 

 

Phone numbers for help on Drug Abuse, Alcholism, etc. (most are TOLL FREE!)

 

 

http://www.drugabuse.gov/  Government site for statistics, research, health and more.

 

Lessons and Activities for teaching Kids about Drug Abuse:

http://www.bestdrugrehabilitation.com/additional-resources/lessons-activities-teaching-kids-about-drug-abuse/

 

http://www.drugfree.org/ "Parents, the Anti-Drug".  Advice, danger signs, and parenting for today's teens.  Where families find answers.

 

D.A.R.E.:

https://dare.org/

 

 http://www.4rehabilitation.com/christian-rehab/

 

Simply click on your state and find the closest drug treatment center! A note from this website's search: " NOTE: To protect your privacy, the information you entered will be permanently erased after your search is completed. "

 

 

Your privacy will be respected at this site. https://www.samhsa.gov/

 

 

 

Help and information for alcoholism, drug abuse and mental health:

http://www.soberrecovery.com/links/addiction.html

 

  

https://detoxtorehab.com/

At Detox to Rehab our main goal is to educate people who are addicted and their families about what addiction is, how it affects the brain, and hopefully, connect them to the help they need.at Detox to Rehab our main goal is to educate people who are addicted and their families about what addiction is, how it affects the brain, and hopefully, connect them to the help they need.

 

http://www.quitalcohol.com/guides/alcohol-and-drug-abuse-prevention.html

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention

 

Find multiple drug resources by your state!  Great, resourceful site!

 

https://www.findrehabcenters.org/

 

Help.org a great resource for overcoming alcohol addiction:

 

https://www.help.org/guide-to-alcohol-rehab/

 

Heroin, Meth, Alcohol, Cocaine and Additional Resources.  Where to seek help.  Rehab programs.  FAQ's

 

http://feminist.org/

 

 

Do you have an escape plan:

 

https://www.creditcards.com/credit-card-news/secret-financial-escape-plan-domestic-violence-1282.php

 

Here are ways to help with your financial plans for escape.

http://www.drugrehabforchristians.com/blog/

 

Great site for help NOW.  

https://betteraddictioncare.com

A great site recommended by the children at Lake County tutors!

Good resources for both drug and alcohol abuse.  Find centers for help in your state.   Definitions and explanations.  Drug street names, history and facts.

Check it out!

 

 

https://www.consumersafetyguide.com/

 

Learn about drug recalls, food alerts, medical devices and more.

 

http://www.christianet.com/rehabtreatments/

 

Awesome site with MULTIPLE links to sites for abuse help of all types !!!

 

A resource from Courtney and her students!  Good site!

 

 

  https://www.acls.net/effects-of-drugs.htm 

 

Project Know:  Understanding Addiction

http://www.projectknow.com/find/rehab/new-york/

 

https://www.drugrehab.com/addiction/drugs/

A great site with many resources.  From understanding addiction to paths to recovery, there is a lot of useful information and help on this site.  Multi-state treatment centers available.

 

 

 

 

http://www.rxdangers.com

 

 

Great resource for Drug Recalls, Dangerous Drugs, Medical Devices and FDA updates .   "In 2013, the Mayo Clinic found that nearly 70 percent of Americans take at least one prescription drug each month. The majority of medications are safe for consumption, but we believe in educating the public about thousands of prescription and over-the-counter medications, many of which have the potential to cause serious side effects"

 

AWESOME website that describes, literally, drugs and their interactions, A to Z

A MUST know!!  If you are unable to click on the link below, please copy and paste into your browser.  Well worth the research!

 

https://www.detoxlocal.com/resources/periodic-table-drug-addiction/

 

https://www.bestmattressreviews.com/addiction-and-sleep/

 

Addiction and sleep share a problematic bidirectional relationship, where each influences the other. Many people treat sleep problems with drugs and alcohol, which can lead to addiction. People who are already addicted to drugs and alcohol undergo changes in their sleep architecture and sleep needs, forcing them to increasingly rely on their addiction in order to sleep. Once in recovery, one of the main reasons many people relapse is the discomfort and insomnia they experience, compounded by the long period of time it takes for the body to adjust back to normal sleep without drugs and alcohol.

In this guide we’ll explore the common sleep disorders associated with addiction, the cyclical relationship between addiction and sleep, and suggested resources and strategies for managing sleep during recovery.