Support for Addictions Prevention and Treatment in Africa Foundation (SAPTAF) is a nonprofit organization focused on support for prevention and treatment in Africa from alcohol and other drug use issues, serving as a resource to improve the well-being of individuals, families, and communities.
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.
This private, nonprofit organization produces and broadcasts weekly television programming dedicated to promoting behavioral health awareness, treatment, and recovery. Additionally, Talk Therapy TV promotes creative and innovative ideas that generate public dialogue and discussion, and reduces the misconceptions associated with these disorders.
Technical Assistance and Professional Training National Association on Drug Abuse Problems provides workforce development professionals working in chemical dependency treatment programs with valuable tools for preparing clients for work. The program provides one-on-one technical assistance to treatment program staff by offering customized in-services, consultation, assessment of services, and resources for optimizing employment outcomes.
The Advocacy Group aims to educate the community about chemcial dependency, successful treatment strategies, and recovery.
The Alexandria Community Services Board provides effective and cost-efficient mental illness, mental retardation, and substance use prevention and treatment services that measurably improve the quality of life for the neediest citizens of Alexandria, VA.
The Bridge Foundation seeks to be an informational and supportive conduit for young people and families affected by substance use and other life challenges.
The Legal Action Center, a nonprofit law and policy organization, fights discrimination against people with histories of substance use disorders, HIV and AIDS, or criminal records, and advocates for sound public policies in these areas.
The Partnership at Drugfree.org, a nonprofit organization, helps parents prevent drug and alcohol use and find treatment for their children. Bringing together renowned scientists, parent experts, and communications professionals, this public health nonprofit translates current research on teen behavior, parenting, dependency, and treatment into easy-to-understand resources. Additionally, they build healthy communities, advocating for greater access to adolescent treatment and recovery support, as well as funding of youth prevention programs.
The RASE Project in south central Pennsylvania provides recovery support services , events, training and education, supportive housing, and intervention services. This project also offers the Buprenorphine Coordinator Program, providing recovery support for those in medication-assisted treatment for opioid dependence.
The Recover Project exists to foster recovery and empower individuals, families, and the greater community of Franklin County. It enhances the lives of people in recovery from substance and alcohol dependency, family members, and concerned others.