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Chemical Addictions and Substance Abuse Information and Support
(Includes prescribed pain killers, alcohol, opiates, tobacco, etc.)

New Section as of April, 2022 with some entries pulled from prior years


Megan Bishop
Re: Addiction Centers

Your website offers a ton of quality information to your community.  I work with American Addiction Centers (AAC) the largest collection of online resource for those suffering from substance use and mental health disorders. Our goal is to guide as many people to help as soon as possible before more lives are lost to drug overdoses.  I think the following pages would be a great addition to your resource section:

Megan Bishop, Outreach Specialist and


Sara Serrano
Re:  Referral Network for addiction treatment practitioners and facilities.
Sara writes:  Our mission is to break down the barriers and stigmas that surround substance abuse with free, accurate, and valuable information. 
Why is our site worth sharing?

Please check out our site and pass it along to others.
Sara Serrano, Community Outreach Manager,
AddictionResource.Net, Trillium LLC


Natalie O'Hare
Re: Substance Abuse resource
Im currently working with many sites as a content editor that announce their new resource on substance abuse and one of my sites is, I thought this might be of interest to you and your readers, as it provides a complete guide to ins and outs of substance abuse which can help addicts to heal over time. You can review the guide at
The services offered are based in the Los Angeles, CA area. 
23041 Hatteras St, Woodland Hills, CA 91367  Call 24/7: 1 (855) 652-9048


Craig Evans
Re:  Substance Abuse resource
I was wondering if you might have room for additional materials related to addiction, alcohol, and cancer. Can you please see for more information?
The above resource from 
North Jersey Recovery could make a great addition to your website.
North Jersey Recovery Center, 22-08 NJ-208 Suite 2, Fair Lawn, NJ 07410, (877) 786-0572


Michelle Taylor, Recovery Advocate
Re: Alcohol Rehab Help
We have developed an informational web guide created for people struggling with alcohol use disorders (AUD) and co-occurring mental health disorders. Not only do we offer information on Alcohol Use Disorder, but we also have comprehensive information regarding treatment options.

Our website also does not host any form of advertisement.  Please review our page at
Michelle Taylor, Alcohol Rehab Help
600 B St, San Diego, CA 92101,     Tel. 407-809-1303


Sarah Thomas
Re: Drug/alcohol abuse. All across the US, we are seeing large increases in alcohol-related hospital visits and deaths, and we are trying to raise awareness anywhere we can. Would you mind taking a look at our specific related pages:


Sarah Thomas, Community Outreach,  Addiction Group by Treatment Pathway, LLC 
10 S Dearborn St. Chicago, IL 60603  Tel. (407) 490-3869


Susana Sanchez
Community Information Director
FreeRehabCenters.Net -
Our mission is to connect individuals to clear and accurate information about recovery centers in order to arm individuals and their support systems with the ability to make choices that lead to long-term recovery. We also believe that spreading free, valuable information regarding substance use and co-occurring disorders can help break the stigmas and taboos many people hold toward these issues.

Were excited to share with you our compiled a list of the best free, and cost-reduced detox, alcohol, and drug rehab centers in the U.S.>  Select your state and/or city for local resources.  For example, if you live in North Carolina. Heres the link:

What's different about our list is that it provides information on non-profit, free, or cost-reduced facilities only. This resource can be helpful for those with no insurance, low-income families, people without housing, among others. 
Editor note: Emphasis is on low cost to free treatment for a broad range of substance abuses. State-wide or major cities can be searched for local resources.


Jeff Peroutka, LLC
Re: Mental health and substance abuse services LLC, "The Help Company," recognizes that not everyone has access to the best quality care within their communities. A 25% increase in anxiety and depression has been seen worldwide due to the Covid-19 pandemic and we're still seeing its impact on mental health and substance abuse nationwide. 
Our company envisions a world where barriers to recovery do not exist, care is ubiquitous and accessible, and good health is possible for anyone who aspires to it. With that said, we set out on a mission to create the best possible platform to provide people across the nation with access and guides regarding mental health and substance abuse resources within their own community. You can take a look at what we've been doing at: 

Our core values are transparency, community, and neutrality. We are committed to the visibility of all providers, no matter their size. 
Jeff Peroutka, Outreach Manager,
Tel: (808) 551-7121
2330 West Joppa Road, Suite 185, Baltimore, MD 21093

Editor note:  One path in navigating the site led to some additional valuable links one of which is:


Carlos Torres
Re: Alcohol and drug abuse treatment centers
Granite Recovery Centers have 12 alcohol rehab facilities throughout NH, but their clients come from all over the country.  They offer inpatient rehab treatment plus intensive outpatient programs.

Carlos writes: "A while back I shared with you a few resources to look over and see if you could add them to your site." Here they are: /

Charlie T., Health Awareness Support, Granite Recovery Centers, 6 Manor Parkway, Salem, NH 03079
Phone: 855 712-7784

Editor note:  Granite Recovery Centers have a great website with credible content.  Click on their Resources tab to find numerous articles/blogs in addition to the articles indicated above.


Angel Johnson <>
Re:  Alcohol abuse and Peer Pressure
Angel writes: "It's sad to think that many of us know someone suffering from a mental health condition or addiction. To make things worse overdose, alcohol-related deaths have topped 100,000 and 95,000 annually (respectively) in the midst of the pandemic. Social drinking is so ingrained in society these days that it's very important to understand the differences between social drinking and binge drinking."  This resource explores many aspects of this.

A resource from Defining Wellness provides a tutorial on many forms of peer pressure and how that may be a contributing factor to excessive drinking.




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