Bar News - September 21, 2007
Expert Help Available to Fight Addictions
If you or someone you know needs help with an alcohol, tobacco, or other drug problems, the resources listed below will help. Search for a treatment program near you, take an online screening test for alcohol problems, or identify local and online support options.
AlcoholScreening.org can help you identify your own alcohol consumption patterns to determine if your drinking is likely to be harmful to your health. From Join Together, at the Boston University School of Public Health
A sister site to Alcohol Screening, this free service from Join Together helps you determine your likely risk of harms from using many kinds of drugs, including marijuana, cocaine, inhalants, opiates, and more.
Search this database of over 11,000 alcohol and drug treatment programs to find the facilities nearest you.
Frequently Asked Questions
We’ve compiled answers to some of the most common questions people ask Join Together about treatment for alcohol and drug addiction.
Support and Recovery
Locate self-help and support group meetings in your area, online support communities, and resources for concerned family and friends.
An excellent Web site: http://www.jointogether.org/gethelp/