Operation UNITE provides a toll-free Treatment Referral Line for anyone seeking assistance with a drug dependency. UNITE provides vouchers for low-income residents of Kentucky’s Fifth Congressional District who suffer from substance use issues to receive short-term and long-term residential treatment. In addition, UNITE supports individuals in after-care treatment once they have completed treatment.
Substance Use Disorders
These organizations emphasize prevention of mental and/or substance use disorders through educational programs, awareness campaigns, and other materials.
Overcomers in Christ deals with every aspect of chemical dependency and dysfunction (spiritual, physical, mental, emotional, and social) using Christ-centered motivations.
Overcomers Outreach provides Christ-centered, 12-step support for people with any compulsive behavior, their families, and friends. It uses the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous and applies them to the Scriptures.
Oxford House is the umbrella organization for a network of more than 1,200 democratically-run, self-supporting, and drug-free group homes throughout the country.
To advance public health and wellness, the ATTC Network accelerates lasting change in behavioral health care systems by translating, disseminating, and promoting the adoption and implementation of effective and culturally sensitive clinical practices. Find a list of ATTC Regional Centers, the states they serve, and contact information on the ATTC Network website.
Parents 4 A Change works to raise awareness about the use of opiates and heroin among teenagers.
The Partnership for a Drug-Free Detroit offers useful information, training, and city-wide support and resources for making communities safe and drug-free.
The Partnership for a Drug-Free NC coordinates statewide resources and provides services to reduce the negative impact of substance use and mental illness on North Carolina’s individuals, families, and communities.
The Partnership for Prevention seeks to create a “prevention culture” in America, where the prevention of disease and the promotion of health, based on the best scientific evidence, is the first priority for policymakers, decision makers, and practitioners who can make a difference in this area.
Partnership for Recovery (PFR) works to increase education and awareness of dependency disease among members of Congress and the public, and eliminate barriers to treatment for the 22 million Americans struggling with alcohol or drug dependence. It included organizations such as the Betty Ford Rehabilitation Center, Bradford Health Systems, Cumberland Heights, Father Martin's Ashley, Gateway Rehabilitation Center, Hazelden Foundation, Valley Hope Association, and the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers.