Treatment and Recovery Support Services

These organizations include peer-to-peer organizations, mutual support groups, and counseling services that offer support to individuals recovering from mental and substance use disorders.

New England Institute of Addiction Studies (NEIAS)

The New England Institute of Addiction Studies is dedicated to the education of professionals, volunteers, and the general public concerning alcohol and drug prevention and treatment issues. The Institute offers yearly intensive continuing education events supporting workforce development and skill building of the professionals and volunteers who provide services for substance use prevention, intervention, treatment, and recovery organizations.

New Foundations

New Foundations builds a strong peer-to-peer recovery support system and recovery community. The community will be comprised of individuals and families healing and growing toward a new life free of substance use and chemical dependency.

North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services

The Department of Mental Health and Human Services Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Substance Abuse Services (DMH/DD/SAS) is primarily responsible for leadership, guidance, and management of relationships with the local management entities who contact directly for dependency treatment services. It also collaborates with a wide variety of public and private partners and customers to promote recovery through the adoption of recovery-oriented systems of care and the promotion of a reduction to barriers of services.

Ohio Citizen Advocates for Chemical Dependency Prevention and Treatment

The Ohio Citizen Advocates for Chemical Dependency Prevention and Treatment eliminates the discrimination associated with alcohol and other drug dependency by educating the public that alcohol and other drug dependecy is a preventable, treatable medical illness; reducing barriers to treatment; and advocating for a system of care that supports a continuum of effective alcohol and other drug services.

Operation Unite

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.


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