Becoming educated can be a great starting point for those looking to help others struggling. Throughout this site we have educational materials of all kinds for those who may be affected and how to assist.
#1 Get educated. You can’t help fight an enemy you don’t understand. Learn about addiction — the signs, the treatments, the relapse triggers — and talk to your loved ones about drugs and alcohol from an early age.More Information
This is a space where families, friends, or those recovering can share their story to help other people who feel hopeless and alone in their struggles. It could be the catalyst another person needs to finally get help.More Information
Your path to recovery is unique. Treatments may consist of any combination of resources at different points in time. There are systems that are embedded in a broader community and the support provided by various parts of that community also play an important role.More Information
Resources for Recovery: Alcoholics Anonymous - Fellowship whose stated purpose is to enable its members to "stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety."; Cocaine Anonymous - Twelve-step program for people who seek recovery from drug addiction.More Information