The Foundations Recovery Network is a treatment and advocacy organization dedicated solely to the treatment and recovery of people with co-occurring mental and substance use disorders. The agency has a full continuum of care, with locations in Memphis and Nashville, Tennessee.
Friends of SAMHSA engages in communication, education, and grassroots advocacy in an effort to increase awareness and advance the agenda of SAMHSA. This independent coalition is dedicated to bringing awareness to the important role that behavioral health plays in overall health. This organization is not affiliated with SAMHSA.
Fundación NuestraMente, a non-profit, peer-run organization located in Puerto Rico, is dedicated to raising awareness about recovery and wellness through workshops, community events, support groups, and audiovisual presentations.
Griffin Recovery Enterprises consists of books, presentations, and a blog, including Griffin’s A Man’s Way Through the Twelve Steps, and the Helping Men Recover curriculum, which focus on trauma-informed care.
The Harvard Medical School Division on Addiction works to strengthen worldwide understanding of chemical dependency through innovative research, education, and the global exchange of information.
Health Matrix develops communications programs that inform the debate on key issues in science, policy, and health care.
Helping Young People Experience Recovery promotes the positive impact of substance use disorder recovery in the community and the lives of individuals and families affected by substance use disorders.
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Heads Up is an education series that provides teens with science-based materials from a trustworthy source about the effects of drugs and drug misuse on the brain and body.