Recovery Resources is committed to providing the community with user-friendly resources to help individuals and families impacted by mental illness and/or chemical dependency access education, screening tools, treatment providers and other resources that promote healthy living. The following is a list of websites that you may find useful:
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- Website offering an online screening tool to assess drinking patterns. The website offers visitors free confidential online screenings to assess their drinking patterns, giving them personalized feedback and showing them if their alcohol consumption is likely to be within safe limits. AlcoholScreening.org was developed by Join To¬gether, a project of the Boston University School of Public Health, and was launched in April 2001. The website also provides answers to frequently asked questions about alcohol and health consequences, and provides links to support resources and a database of local treatment programs.
- Website which provides trustworthy ratings and reviews of thousands of movies, TV shows, songs, books, video games and Web sites according to developmental criteria recommendations from some of the nation's leading authorities.
- If you are in recovery, you’ll find resources here that support how to live clean. Our website is a tribute to the ways in which service is meaningful to helpers in recovery. By helping others, you’ll be helping yourself too. If you are a professional, you’ll find a wealth of information of how helping helps the helper and related resources.
This Center for Substance Abuse Prevention
widget includes a variety of updates on activities relating to underage drinking which is updated regularly with local, state, and national articles published by online sources.
NCADD: The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. (NCADD) and its Affiliate Network is a voluntary health organization dedicated to fighting the Nation’s #1 health problem – alcoholism, drug addiction and the devastating consequences of alcohol and other drugs on individuals, families and communities.