The links below are a complete list of resources by category. You can also use the category drop-down list here or on the individual pages.
Finding an open bed in a detox can be a daunting task. These links will help.
Looking for a sober home or sober living situation? These links will help.
Statewide peer-operated training, technical assistance, and peer support networking organizations.
Resources for women and children and women who are pregnant.
Support Groups for people in recovery, trying to get into recovery, and contemplating recovery.
Resources for teenagers and the parents of teenagers.
Support for those who have lost loved ones.
Support, resources, and information for family and friends.
If you have to, here's how to use Massachusetts General Law chapter 123 Section 35.
The most commonly misused drugs according to NIDA and NIH.
The emerging science of addiction. Where we are. Videos
In-depth explanations of the drug, street names, common forms, commercial use, ways taken as well as the possible health effects and treatment options.
The American Board of Addiction Medicine (ABAM) provides assurance to the American public that Addiction Medicine physicians have the knowledge and skills to prevent, recognize and treat addiction.
Research reports created by the National Institute on Drug Abuse and National Institute of Health.
Drug Facts as compiled by NIH and NIDA - Many of the articles are available in Spanish and as a PDF
Narcan (Nalaxone)-how it works and how to use it.
Information on medical assisted treatement and the medication.
Information on opioid prescription medication and a list of opioid-containing FDA-approved prescription pain medications
If you want to get involved, these are the sites that can help you get there.
If you have been at your job for over 12 months, you may be entitled to utilize the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) to access treatment while securing your job.
Affordable and accessible yoga for people in recovery
There are plenty of gyms around, but their not all free or just for people in recovery.
Meditation instructions, locations, and apps
A comprehensive walk-through of what to expect in recovery.
An exhaustive look into addiction treatment by Nora D. Volkow, M.D., Director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse. The FAQ covers a lot just on it's own.
Local and national resources pertaining to treatment & recovery.
The medication used to alleviate some of the discomfort and danger of detoxing.
Times of detox vary depending multiple factors.
NIAAA supports research conducted within the Institute, as well as in institutions around the world.
Does Insurance Cover Rehab?
Put Away the Guilt: Scientific Advances Offer Even More Explanation Why Addiction Is a Disease of the Brain, Not a Moral Failing
Between 12 and 15 percent of elderly patients seeking medical attention abuse prescription drugs, the Community Prevention Initiative (CPI) reports.
Treatment specific to dual diagnoses.
All sorts of recovery, meditation, and informative apps.
Statistics, data, information, and research and the websites and organizations that collect them.
Other websites, forums and blogs about addiction and alcoholism.