Resources

 

Support Groups

12 STEP GROUPS

Narcotics Anonymous-
(561) 848-6262 For Meetings in your area :
http://www.na.org/

Alcoholics Anonymous-
(561) 655-5700 For Meetings in your area:
http://www.alcoholicsanonymous.org/

RECOVERY CLUBS

Oasis Club- WPB  (561)-694-1949
Triangle Club- WPB  (561)-832-1110
Easy Does It Club- WPB  (561)-433-9971
Our Club- Lake Worth- (561)-586-6920
Central House- Boynton Beach- (561)-272-6708
Crossroads Club- Delray-(561)-278-8004
Hillsboro Pines-Boca Raton- (561)-483-5978
101 Club-Pompano Beach- (954)-941-9896
12 Step House- Ft. Lauderdale-(954)-523-4984
United Club-Ft. Lauderdale- (954)-561-9131

Events CalendarFCYPAA 2012
May 25-27, 2012
, St. Augustine, FL
Florida Converence of Young People in Alcoholics
Anonymous Convention
Visit www.fcypaa2012.com for more info.31th Florida Regional Convention of Narcotics Anonymous
July 5th-July 8th, 2012, Tampa, FL
Crown Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel & Marina

Visit www.naflorida.org/frcna/ for more info.

56th Florida State Convention
August 1st- August 5th, 2012, Palm Harbor, FL
Innisbrook Golf & Spa Resort

Visit www.56.flstateconvention.com for more info.

Resources

FEDERAL AGENCIES
General Information About Alcohol and Other Substances

EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT (EOP)
White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) Information
This Federal office establishes policies, priorities, and objectives for the Nation P.O. Box 6000
Rockville, MD 20849-6000
800-666-3332 (Toll-Free)
www.whitehousedrugpolicy.gov

White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives
The White House Office and the Centers for the Faith-Based and Community – Federal agencies-are working to support the essential work of these important or is to make sure that grassroots leaders can compete on an equal footing for federal funding and greater private support, and face fewer bureaucratic barriers.

708 Jackson Place
Washington, D.C. 20502
202-456-6708
www.whitehouse.gov

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES (HHS)
This government agency provides information and resources on alcohol and drug health insurance/Medicaid issues.
200 Independence Avenue SW
Washington, D.C. 20201
877-696-6775 (Toll-Free)
www.hhs.gov

HHS, SAMSHE
National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information

Resources
This clearinghouse provides comprehensive resources for alcohol and drug information

11420 Rockville Pike
Rockville, MD 20852
800-729-6686 (Toll-Free), ext. 260
240-747-4814
800-487-4889 (TDD) (Toll-Free)
877-767-8432 (Spanish) (Toll-Free)
www.ncadi.samhsa.gov

HHS, National Institutes of Health (Nit!)
The National Institutes of Health is the steward of medical and behavioral research an agency under the US. Department of Health and Human Services

9000 Rockville Pike
Bethesda, MD 20892
301-496-4000
www.nih.gov

HHS, NIH
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)

This institute provides leadership in the national effort to reduce alcohol-related and supporting research in a wide range of scientific areas.
5635 Fishers Lane, MSC 9304
Bethesda, MD 20892-9304
301-443-3885
www.niaaa.nih.gov

HHS, NIH
National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)
This government institute supports more than 85 percent of the world’s research drug abuse and addiction and carries out a broad range of programs to ensure reliable  research information and its implementation in policy and practice.
6001 Executive Boulevard
Room 5213 MSC 9561
Bethesda, MD 20892-956 1
301-443-1124
Telefax fact sheets: 888-NIH-NIDA (Voice) (Toll-Free)
Or 888-TTY-NIDA (TTY) (Toll-Free)
www.nida.nih.gov

HHS, Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)
This Federal Agency provides health insurance for over 74 million Americans tin Medicaid, The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) an related programs.
7500 Security Boulevard
Baltimore, MD 21244
877-267-2323 (Toll-Free)
410-786-3000
www.cinhhs.gov

HHS, Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)
The Health Resources and Services Administration’s mission is to improve and e health care for all.
Parklawn Building, 5600 FischersLane
Rockville, MD 20857
301-443-3376
www.hrsa.gov

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (DOD)
The Department of Defense provides a wide array of services to prevent and trea disorders, including worksite education, drug testing, early intervention, outpatient and inpatient treatment.
5111 Leesburg Pike
Skyline 5, Suite 810
Falls Church, VA 22041
703-681-0064
www.defenselink.mil

DOD, Office of Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs
The public affairs office develops policies, plans, and programs in support of DO operations.
1400 Defense, Pentagon, Room 3A-750
Washington, D.C. 20301-1400
703-428-0711

Culture-Specific Resources
HHS, Indian Health Service
This agency offers health services for Alaska Natives and American Indians.
The Reyes Building
801 Thompson Avenue, Suite 400
Rockville, MD 20852-1627
301-443-2038
www.ihs.gov

HHS, Office of Minority Health Resource Center
This national center develops health policies and programs to eliminate health in ethnic minority populations.
P.O. Box 37337
Washington, D.C. 20013-7337
800-444-6472 (Toll-Free)
301-230-7199 (TDD)
www.omhrc.gov

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR (DO!)
This government agency offers resources on the prevention of alcohol and drug for American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Island communities.
1849 C Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20240
202-208-3100
www.doi.gov

DOT, Office of Alcohol and Substance Abuse Prevention
Bureau of Indian Affairs
This office of the DOT provides reservation-based alcohol and drug use disorder for Indians.
1849 C Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20240-4000
202-208-3710
www.doi.gov

Justice System
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE (DOJ)
This government agency enforces the law and defends the interests of the United States law, including drug enforcement.
950
Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, D.C. 20530-000 1
202-353-1555
www.usdoj.gov

DOJ, Bureau of Justice Assistance Clearinghouse
This bureau offers community training and technical assistance to prevent crime, disorders, and violence (reference and referral services for criminal Justice professionals
800-851-3420 (Toll-Free)

DOJ, Bureau of Justice Statistics Clearinghouse
This bureau provides information on crime, criminal offenders, victims of crime, justice systems at all levels of government.
800-851-3420 (Toll-Free)

DOJ, Community Capacity Development Office
This multi-agency’s strategy is to “weed out” violent crime, gang activity, and direct “seed” human services to the areas where these activities occur, encompassing p treatment, and neighborhood revitalization.
810 Seventh Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20531
202-616-1152
www.ojp.usdoj.gov/ccdo/

DOJ, Drug
Court Planning Initiative
The Drug Court Planning Initiative provides research, scholarship, and informal other court-based intervention programs.
DOJ Bureau of Justice Assistance
810 Seventh Street NW, Fourth Floor
Washington, D.C. 20531
202-616-6500

DOJ, Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)
This government agency enforces the controlled substances laws and regulations and supports non-enforcement programs aimed at reducing the availability of illegal substances on the domestic and international markets.
2401 Jefferson Davis Highway
Alexandria, VA 22301
202-307-7936 (Office of Demand Reduction)
www.dea.gov

DOJ, National Criminal Justice Reference Service
To support research, policy, and program development worldwide, this Federal criminal justice and alcohol and drug use disorder information.
P.O. Box 6000
Rockville, MD 20849-6000
800-851-3420 (Toll-Free)
301-519-5500
www.usdoj.gov/02organizations/02_1.html

DOJ, National Institute of Justice
This national research, development, and evaluation agency of the US. Department dedicated to researching crime control and justice issues, an agency under the US. Department of Health and Human Services.
9000 Rockville Pike
Bethesda, MD 20892
301 -496-4000
http://www.nih.gov/

HHS, NIH
National Library of Medicine (NLM)
This library contains extensive alcohol and drug use disorder research.
8600 Rockville Pike
Bethesda, MD 20894
888-346-3656 (Toll-Free)
www.nlm.nih.gov

HHS, NIH, NIDA
Office of Science Policy and Communications
This government office conducts science-based research on alcohol and drug use 6001 Executive Boulevard
Room 5213, MSC 9561
Bethesda, MD 20892-956 1
301-443-1124
www.drugabuse.gov

HHS, Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention National Prevention Information Network
This government organization improves the accessibility and quality of alcohol a. prevention programs and provides national leadership in the development ofpoli services to prevent the onset of illegal drug use and underage alcohol and tobacco
1 Choke Cheriy Road
Rockville, MD 20857
240-276-2420
www.amhsa.gov/centers/csp/cap.html

Prevention
HHS, SAMHSA
Center for Substance Abuse Prevention
This government organization improves the accessibility and quality of alcohol a. programs and provides national leadership in the development ofpolicies, program to prevent the onset of illegal drug use and underage alcohol and tobacco use.
1 Choke Cherry Road, 5th Floor
Rockville, MD 20857
240-276-2750
www.samhsa.gov/centers/csat/csa/html

HUS, SAMHSA, CSAP Web site
This Web site serves as a family guide to keep youth mentally healthy and drug free

DOJ, DEA
The DEA produced the drug prevention book, “Get it Straight! The Facts About i realize the truth about drugs.
Office of Diversion Control
2401 Jefferson Davis Highway
Alexandria, VA 22301
202-307-7977
800-882-9539 (Toll-Free)
www.usdoj,gov/dea/pubs/straight/cover.htm

HHS, NIH, NIAAA
National Advisory Council on Alcohol Abuse and
Alcohol Prevention Task Force on College Drinking
This council offers research and information on college drinking.
Wilico Building
5635 Fishers Lane
Bethesda, MD 20892-9304
301-443-3 860
www.collegedrinkingprevention,gov

ONDCP, National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign
A comprehensive advertising and public relations program, the Media Campaigii information for teens and tips for parents on keeping their kids healthy and drug- www.freevibe.com

Recovery/Treatment
HHS, SAMHSA Buprenorphine Physician Locator
The Locator is an online resource designed to assist the States, medical, and add communities, potential patients, and/or their families in finding information on can prescribe buprenorphine (Suboxone® and Subutex®) for treatment of opioid
866-287-2728 (Toll-Free)
www.uprcnorphine.com

ILHS, SAMHSA National Helpline
This national hotline offers confidential information on alcohol and drug use dis referral.
800-662-HELP (800-662-4357) (Toll-Free)
800-487-4889 (TDD) (Toll-Free)
877-767-8432 (Spanish) (Toll-Free)
www.samhsa.gov

HHS, SAMHSA
Substance Abuse Treatment Facility Locator
This is a searchable directory of alcohol and drug treatment programs.
www.findtreatment. samhsa.gov
HHS, SAMHSA
Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT)
This government organization provides information on treatment programs, publ opportunities, and resources and sponsors Recovery Month.
1 Choke Cherry Road, 5th Floor
Rockville, MD 20857
240-276-2750
www. samhsa.gov/centcrs/csat/csat.html
HHS, SAMHSA
Office of Applied Studies
The Office of Applied Studies (OAS) serves as SAMHSA ?is’ focal point for data col dissemination activities.
1 Choke Cherry Road, 5th Floor
Rockville, MD 20857
240-276-1212
www.oas.samhsa.gov/
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS (VA)
This government agency provides benefits and services to people who are veterat
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810 Vermont Ave NW
Washington, D.C. 20420
VA Benefits: 800-827-1000 (Toll-Free)
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Schools/Youth
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE (USDA)
4-H
Healthy ljfestyle education and activities for youth are presented through aprogi by the Families, 4?I] and Education and Extension Service of the US. Departm 1400 Independence Avenue SW, STOP 2225
Washington, D.C. 20250-2225
202-720-2908
www.national4-hheadquarters.gov
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION (ED)
The Department of Education makes available information for students, parents, administrators, including grants for anti-alcohol/drug programs.
400 Maryland Avenue SW
Washington, D.C. 20202-6 123
800-872-5327 (Toll-Free)
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ED, Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools
This office provides information on drug-free school programs and activities.
400 Maryland Avenue SW
Washington, D.C. 20202-6123
202-260-3954
Workplace
HHS, SAMHSA, CSAP
GetFit
This interactive workplace Web site provides information about physical health,) and alcohol. Its goal is to improve the health, safety, and quality of flfe for emplo across the nation.
www.getfit.samhsa.gov
HHS, SAMHSA
CSAP Workplace Resource Center Helpline
This helpline supplies centralized access to information about drug-free workpla 1 Choke Cherry Road
Rockville, MD 20857
240-276-2600
800-WORKPLACE (800-967-5752) (Toll-Free)
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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR (DOL)
The Department ofLabor provides information for US. job seekers, wage earner information about workplace rules and regulations.
200 Constitution Avenue NW
Washington, D.C. 20210
866-4-USA-DOL (Toll-Free)
www.dol.gov
DOL, Drug-Free Workplace Advisor
The Drug-Free Workplace Advisor provides information to businesses about how to maintain an alcohol- and drug-free workplace. This Advisor also provides inforl? Free Workplace Act of]988 based on the Office of Management and Budget’s (C non-regulatory guidance.
U.S. Department of Labor
200 Constitution Avenue NW, Room S-2312
Washington, D.C. 20210
202-693-5919
DOL, Substance Abuse Information Database
This interactive database of the US. Department of Labor’c Working Partners fo Free Workplace provides a one-stop source of information with summaries andJ relating to workplace substance abuse issues. Employers can draw on articlesfr success stories from a variety of industries to assist them in establishing and maii substance abuse program.
U.S. Department of Labor
200 Constitution Avenue NW, Room S-23 12
Washington, D.C. 20210
202-693-5919
http//said.dol.gov
DOL, Working Partners for an Alcohol- and Drug-Free Workplace
Working Partners helps to build a drug-free workforce by equipping businesses tools and information to effectively address alcohol and drug problems.
U.S. Department of Labor
200 Constitution Avenue NW, Room S-23 12
Washington, D.C. 20210
202-693-5919 ?
www.dol.gov/workingpartners
Disabilitylnfo.gov
This comprehensive Federal Web site provides disability-related government resi www.disabilityinfo .gov
U.S. EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION (EEOC)
Information for small business employers about EEOC-enforced laws and proces the EEOC.
US. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
1801 L Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20507
202-663-4900
www.eeoc.gov
U.S. SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (SBA)
Financial, technical, and management assistance is offered to small businesses, i about grants/loans and employee assistance programs.
409 Third Street SW
Washington, D.C. 20416
800-U-ASK-SBA (Toll-Free)
www.sba.gov
SBA U.S. Business Advisor
The Business Advisor gives access to Federal government information, services, www.business.gov
OTHER RESOURCES
Culture-Specific Resources

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National Minority AIDS Council
The Council supplies resources for minorities with AIDS
1931 l3thStreetNW
Washington, D.C. 20009-4432
202-483-6622
www.nmcr.com
African American
Association of Black Psychologists
This association addresses issues facing black psychologists and the black comm P.O. Box 55999
Washington, D.C. 20040-5999
202-722-0808
www.bpsi.org
Black Administrators in Child Welfare, Inc.
This association provides help for African-American children and their families i system.
440 First Street NW, Third Floor
Washington, D.C. 20001
202-662-4284
www.blackadministrators.org
National Association of African Americans for Positive Imagery
This campaign includes alcohol and tobacco control to promote positive commu foster environments free of health disparities.
1231 North Broad Street, First Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19122
215-235-6488
www.naaapi.org
National Association of Black Social Workers
The membershi), of this association includes African Americans working in socia
1220 11th Street NW, Suite 2
Washington, D.C. 20001
202-589-1850
http://www.unc.edu/professional/NABSW.html
National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education
This association offers programs and services for African-American college stud campuses.
8701 Georgia Avenue, Suite 200
Silver Spring, MD 20910
301-650-2440
www.nafeo.org
National Black Alcoholism and Addiction Council
Programs, education, and training for the prevention and treatment of alcohol w the African-American community are provided.
5104 North Orange Blossom Trail, Suite 111
Orlando, FL 32810
888-NBACORG (Toll-Free)
407-532-2774
www.nbacinc.org
National Council of Negro Women, Inc.
This organization offers information about issues affecting African-American women
633 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, D.C. 20004
202-737-0120
www.ncnw.org
National Medical Association
This association serves as the collective voice of African- American physicians ai justice in medicine and the elimination of disparities in health.
1012 10th Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20001
202-347-1895
www.nmant.org
Asian/Pacific Islander
Asian and Pacific Islander American Health Forum
This forum includes Asian and Pacflc Islander communities in all health, politic arenas.
1001 Connecticut Avenue NW, Suite 835
Washington, D.C. 20036
202-466-7772
www.piahf.org
Japanese American Citizens League
A community organization, the League provides assistance through programs tht preservation of the Japanese-American community and challenges social injustic occur.
1765 Sutter Street
San Francisco, CA 94115
415-921-5225
www.jacl.org
Korean American Coalition
This group holds one strong voice for the Korean-American community by bringi build a better community for all through education, service and advocacy.
1001 Connecticut Avenue NW, Suite 730
Washington, D.C. 20036
202-296-6401
www.kacdc.ordc.or
National Asian American Pacific Islander Mental Health Association
This association aids the mental well-being ofAsian Americans and PacUic Islan problems including substance use.
1215 19th Street, Suite A
Denver, CO 80202
303-298-7910
www.npirnh.org
National Asian Pacific American Families Against Substance Abuse, Inc.
This private, non-profit membership organization involves service providers, fam promote health and social justice and address the alcohol, tobacco, and other dii Pacflc Islander populations.
340 East Second Street, Suite 409
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-625-5795
www.napffls.org
Organization of Chinese Americans
This organization serves as a resource for Chinese-American and Asian-A merico permanent residents to help them secure their rights through legislative and political means
1001 Connecticut Avenue NW, Suite 601
Washington, D.C. 20036
202-223-5500
www.ocanatl.org
Hispanic/Latino
ASPIRA Association, Inc.
This association offers programs and activities dedicated to leadership developm Puerto Rican and other Latino youth.
1444 Eye Street NW, Suite 800
Washington, D.C. 20005
202-835-3600
www.aspira.org
Latin American Youth Center
This center provides outpatient counseling services for Hispanic individuals, fam 1419 Columbia Road NW
Washington, D.C. 20009
202-319-2225
www.layc-dc,org
National Alliance for Hispanic Health
This alliance offers information on health issues that affect the Hispanic commui’ 1501 16th Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20036
202-387-5000
www.hispanichealth.org
National Hispanic Medical Association
This association conducts health and policy research and offers programs to imp Hispanics and other underserved populations.
1411 K Street NW, Suite 1100
Washington, D.C. 20005
202-628-5895
www.nhmamd.org
National Latino Children’s Institute
This national institute conducts research and presents educational materials, pro focused on Latino children.
1325 North Flores Street, Suite 114
San Antonio, TX 78212
210-228-9997
www.nlci.org
National Latino Council on Alcohol and Tobacco Prevention
This Council prevents tobacco use and reduces alcohol use disorders in the Latir the dissemination of science-based research findings, community education, tech analysis, and advocacy.
1616 P Street NW, Suite 430
Washington, D.C. 20036
202-265-8054, ext. 61
www.nlcatp.org
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Por La Causa, Inc.
This non-profit community development corporation offers social service programs throughout Arizona.
1112 East Buckeye Road
Phoenix, AZ 85034-4043
602-257-0700
http://www.cplc.org/
Puerto Rican Organization for Community Education and Economic Develo
This organization addresses the social, health, and economic needs of Latino anc communities.
1126 Dickinson Street
Elizabeth, NJ 07201
908-351-7727
http://www.proceedinc.com/
Native American
American Indian Community House
This organization provides health and social services for American Indians in Ne
708 Broadway, Eighth Floor
New York, NY 10003
212-598-0100
http://www.aich.org/
National Association of Native American Children of Alcoholics (NANACoA
This association provides a Native American frameworkfor healing children of a 6145 Lehman Drive, Suite 200
Colorado Springs, CO 80918
719-548-1000
866-480-6751 (Toll-Free)
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National Congress of American Indians
This organization offers assistance for tribes, tribal leaders, and youth in the pre recovery of alcohol and drug use disorders among American Indian andAlaskan communities.
1301 Connecticut Avenue NW, Suite 200
Washington, D.C. 20036
202-466-7767
http://www.ncai.org/
National Indian Child Welfare Association
This association is dedicated to the well-being ofAmerican Indian children andj 5100 SW Macadam Avenue, Suite 300
Portland, OR 97239
503-222-4044
http://www.nicwa.org/
National Indian Health Board
This organization provides health care research and services for tribes, area hea organizations, Federal agencies, and private foundations.
101 Constitution Avenue NW, Suite 8-B02
Washington, D.C. 20001
202-742-4262
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Pima Prevention Partnership
This non-profit, multi-cultural coalition for alcohol and drug use disorders and a in Tucson provides policy leadership, program development, youth prevention se planning, and evaluation services to promote community development for Native Americans
330 North Commerce Park Loop, Suite 160
Tucson, AZ 85745
520-791-2711
www.pliprevention.org
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United National Indian Tribal Youth, Inc.
This organization develops initiatives to foster the spiritual, mental, physical, anc Native American youth.
P.O. Box 800
Oklahoma City, OK 73101
405-236-2800
www.unityinc.org
White Bison, Inc.
This American Indian non-profit organization offers learning resources to the Nc community nationwide on topics such as sobriety, recovery, prevention, and wells inspiration to go on beyond sobriety and recovery, committing to a ljfe of wellne day).
6145 Lehman Drive, Suite 200
Colorado Springs, CO 80918-3440
866-480-6751 (Toll-Free)
719-548-1000
www.whitebison.org
Faith-Based Organizations
Alcoholics Victorious
This is a Christian-oriented 12-step support group for those recovering from alec dependency. It offers information and referrals, literature, phone support, confer meetings, and a newsletter.
1045 Swift Street
Kansas City, MO 64116-4127
816-471-8020
www.alcoho1icsvictorjjs..or
Calix Society
This is a 12-step fellowship of Catholic alcoholics who help one another maintai; Alcoholics Anonymous. The group is concerned with total abstinence, spiritual d sanctfIcation of the whole personality of each member.
2555 Hazeiwood Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55 109-2030
651-773-3117
Catholic Charities, USA
This membershzp association provides vital social services to people in need, reg religious, social, or economic backgrounds.
1731 King Street
Alexandria, VA 22314-2756
703-549-1390
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Celebrate Recovery
Celebrate Recovery is a worldwide Christ-centered recovery ministry. By workin, their Biblical principles and the corresponding Eight Recovery Principles found individuals find freedom from past hurts and harmful addictive and dysfunctional scenerios
25422 Ttabuco Road # 105-151
Lake Forest, CA 92630
949-581-0548
www.celebraterecovery.com
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Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
This Mormon organization promotes strong family relationshzps.
2520 L Street NW, Second Floor
Washington, D.C. 20037
202-448-3333
www.lds.org
Faith Partners
Faith Partners helps congregations identify experienced volunteers and establish ministry ofprevention and recovery support for the people they serve. 2525 Wallingwood Drive
Building 8, Suite 804
Austin, TX 78746
888-451-9527 (Toll-Free)
Faith WORKS
This organization facilitates the involvement offaith-based communities in the in’ reform.
3300 Veda Street
Redding, CA 96001
530-242-1492
www.faith-works.org
General Board of Global Ministries of the United Methodist Church
This organization offers faith-based programs for people with alcohol and drug i 110 Maryland Avenue NE, Suite 404
Washington, D.C. 20002
202-548-2712
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Institute for Public Health Faith Collaborations
Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University
This institute promotes vital learning at the intersecting boundaries where faith t merge, and emerge transformed.
1256 Briarcliff Road NE
Building A, Suite 107
Atlanta, GA 30306
404-727-5199
www.ihpnct.org
Inter-Congregational Alcoholism Program (I.C.A.P)
I C.A.P. is a network of recovering alcoholic women in religious orders. The gro Catholic women who are, or have been, members of religious orders who are mi or chemical dependencies.
7777 Lake Street, Suite 115
River Forest, IL 60305-1734
708-488-9770
www.crml .uab.edukjaWicaps .html
Jewish Addiction Services I Jewish Big Brother and Big Sister League Jewish Addiction Services is an outpatient treatment program for adolescents suffering from alcohol, drug, or other addictions.
1515 Reistertown Road, Suite 300
Baltimore, MD 21208
410-484-1991
www.jbbl.org
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Jewish Alcoholics, Chemically Dependent Persons and Significant Others
This group assists Jewish alcoholics, chemically dependent persons and their fan associates to explore recovery in a nurturing Jewish environment.
850 Seventh Avenue, Penthouse
New York, NY 10019
212-397-4197
www.jacsweb.org
Lutheran Services in America
This organization advocates for sound and compassionate public policies on beh ministry organizations and the people they serve.
700 Light Street
Baltimore, MD 21230-3850
800-664-3848 (Toll-Free)
www.lutheranservices.org
National Council of Churches
The Council helps parents communicate with their children about alcohol, tobac
110 Maryland Avenue NE
Washington, D.C. 20002
202-544-2350
www.ncccusa.org
Overcomers Outreach, Inc.
For a full description, refer to Mutual Support Groups.
Overcomers In Christ (OIC)
OIC is a recovery program that deals with every aspect of addiction and dysfunc mental, emotional, and social). Members overcome obstacles using Christ-center P.O. Box 34460
Omaha, NE 68134
402-573-0966
www.overcomersinchrist.org/
Presbyterians for Addiction Action (PAA)
Presbyterian, Health, Education, and Welfare Association
FAA assists Presbyterians as they minister in an increasingly addictive society to Presbyterian faith.
100 Witherspoon Street, Room 3041
Louisville, KY 40202
888-728-7228 ext. 5800 (Toll-Free)
www.pcusa.g/phewaJpa.htm
Reviving the Human Spirit: A Faith Community Initiative
Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati
This independent foundation is dedicated to improving community health in Cinc surrounding counties.
Rookwood Tower
3805 Edwards Road, Suite 500
Cincinnati, OH 45209-1948
513-458-6638
http://www.healthfoundation.org/
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St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
St. Paul’s has hosted 12-step programs and other affiliate programs for more tha 221 34th Street
Newport News, VA 23607
757-247-5086
www.stpaulsnn.org
Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Through the Adventist Development and ReliefAgency and other programs, the i operates youth camps, community service projects, family life counseling, and HE Pro grams, which include alcohol and drug use disorder prevention/treatment an continuum.
12501 Old Columbia Pike
Silver Spring, MD 20904
301 -680-6000
SOS Clearinghouse (Save Our Selves)
This organization is dedicated to providing a path to sobriety, an alternative to ti upon supernatural or religious beliefs.
4773 Hollywood Boulevard
Hollywood, CA 90027
323-666-4295
www.secularsobriety.org
The Springs Rescue Mission
The Mission reaches the poor and needy of Colorado Springs byprovidingfor th ministering restoration to their spirit, soul, and body.
5 West Las Vegas Street
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
719-632-1822
www.springsrescuemission.org
We Care America
This national network of individuals, churches, and ministries work together to m and hurting by building capacity among faith-based organizations.
44180 Riverside Parkway, Suite 201
Lansdowne, VA 20176
703-554-8600
www.wecareamerica.org
Family and Social Services
Alliance for Children and Families
The Alliance for Children and Families provides services to non-profit child and economic empowerment organizations.
1701 K Street NW, Suite 200
Washington, D.C. 20006-1505
202-429-0400
www.alliancel.org
Child Welfare League of America (CWLA)
This membership organization has more than 1,100 public and private non-profii well-being of children, youth, and their families, and protecting every child from 50 F Street NW, 6th Floor Washington, D.C. 20001-1530 202-638-4918
www.cwla.org
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Children of Alcoholics Foundation (COAF)
COAF’s goal is to help reduce the impact ofparental substance use on children children of all ages reach their full potential by breaking the intergenerational cj substance use.
164 West 74th Street
New York, NY 10023
646-505-2062
www.coaf.org
Children’s Defense Fund
The Children’s Defense Fund provides child welfare and health programs. 25 E Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20001
202-628-8787
www.childrensdefense.org
Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health
This national parent-run organization focuses on the needs of children and youth behavioral, or mental disorders, and their families.
1101 King Street, Suite 420
Alexandria, VA 22314
703-684-7710
National Association for Children of Alcoholics (NACoA)
For a full description, refer to Mutual Support Groups.
National Association of Public Child Welfare Administrators (NAPCWA)
This association is devoted solely to representing administrators of state and loc agencies, bringing an informed view of the problems facing families today to the welfare policy.
810 First Street NE, Suite 500
Washington, D.C. 20002
202-682-0100
www.aphsa.org/printer/about-affiliates/asp
North American Family Renewal Institute, Inc. (NAFRI)
This institute researches, treats, and educates on aliforms of addictive behaviors training, public policy awareness, and specialized networking weekends for indii community.
8503 Schultz Road
Clinton, MD 20735
301-877-1577
www.familyrenewal.org
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.
This sorority offers social services for communities around the nation. 1000 South Hill Drive
Cary, NC 27513
888-747-1922 (Toll-Free)
www.sgrhsoi.org
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, 4-H
For a full description, refer to Schools/Youth under Federal Agencies.
University of Baltimore Center for Families, Children and the Courts
This organization provides research, evaluation, technical assistance, and guidw juvenile courts on substance use, addiction, abuse and neglect, domestic violence related issues.
1420 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
410-837-5750
http://www.law.ubalt.edu
Young Men’s Christian Association of the U.S.A. (YMCA)
The YMCA provides health and social services for men, women, and children. 1701 K Street NW, Suite 903
Washington, D.C. 20006
202-835-9043
www.ymca.net
Young Women’s Christian Association of the U.S.A. (YWCA) The YWCA offers health and social services for women and their families 1015 18th StreetNW, Suite 1100
Washington, D.C. 20036
202-467-0801
800-YWCA-US 1 (Toll-Free)
www.ywca.org
Young Men’s and Young Women’s Hebrew Association/92nd Street Y
This organization is committed to sharing its programs with all New Yorkers reg circumstance. Itprovidesfinancial assistance and an outreach program that bri,i of economically disadvantaged local schoolchildren and keeps them off the street 1395 Lexington Avenue
New York, NY 10128
212-415-5500
www.92y.org
Health Care
The Ensuring Solutions to Alcohol Problems Initiative
George Washington University
This program works to increase access to treatment for individuals with alcoholj collaborating with policymakers, employers, and concerned citizens.
2021 K Street NW, Suite 800
Washington, D.C. 20006
202-296-6922
www.ensuringsolutions.org
Families USA
This organization provides resources on access to high-quality, affordable healt1 citizen issues.
1334 G Street NW, Third Floor
Washington, D.C. 20005
202-628-3030
www.familiesusa.org
National Association of Community Health Centers
This association collaborates with community, migrant, and homeless health ceni care to the poor and medically underserved.
7200 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite 210
Bethesda, MD 20814
301-347-0400
www.nachc.com
National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA)
The NCQA provides information about the quality of the nation managed care
2000 L Street NW, Suite 500
Washington, D.C. 20036
202-955-3500
www.ncqa.org
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National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA)
The NCQA provides information about the quality of the nation managed care
2000 L Street NW, Suite 500
Washington, D.C. 20036
202-955-3500
http://www.ncqa.org/
National Health Law Program
This national program provides resources on health care for uninsured or unden people.
Health Consumer Alliance
2639 South LaCienega Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90034
310-204-6010
http://www.healthlaw.org/
Justice/Legal System
American Bar Association (ABA), Standing Committee on Substance Abuse
The Standing Committee on Substance Abuse is committed to promoting justice s addresses problems associated with illegal use of drugs and alcohol in this count mission, the Standing Committee collaborates with other ABA entities, federal, St public/private organizations, and state, local, and territorial bar associations. 740 15th Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20005
202-662-1784
www.abanet.org/subabuse
American Correctional Association
This organization provides resources for practitioners in the correctional profess in improving the justice System.
4380 Forbes Boulevard
Lanham, MD 20706-4332
800-ACA-JOIN (Toll-Free)
301-918-1800
http://www.aca.org/
Center for Families, Children and the Courts
This center is dedicated to improving the quality ofjustice and services to meet ti children, youth, families, and self-represented litigants in the California courts. 455 Golden Gate Avenue, Sixth Floor
San Francisco, CA 94 102-3660
415-865-7739
Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice
This center focuses on reducing reliance on incarceration as a solution to social 54 Dore Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
415-621-5661
http://www.cjcj.org/
D.C. Bar Lawyer Counseling
This organization provides services to the profession, the courts, and the commui 1250 H Street NW, Sixth Floor
Washington, D.C. 20005-5937
202-737-4700
http://www.dcbar.bar.org/

Baker Act

Enacted in 1971, the Baker Act is a statute of the state of Florida aimed at protecting the rights of persons with mental illness along with maintaining public safety. The act was named for then-Representative, Maxine Baker, who was known for having an interest in mental health issues, and serving as chair for the Florida House of Representatives on mental health. Its intent was to promote the use of community-based mental health care instead of institutionalizing persons with mental illness.

The Baker Act allows for involuntary examination (what some call emergency commitment). It can be initiated by judges, law enforcement officials, or mental health professionals. There must be evidence that the person a) has a mental illness (as defined in the Baker Act) and b) is a harm to self, harm to others, or self neglectful (as defined in the Baker Act). Examinations may last up to 72 hours and occur in 100+ Florida Department of Children and Families designated receiving facilities statewide.

Many things may occur after the examination. This includes the release of the individual to the community (or other community placement), a petition for involuntary inpatient placement (what some call civil commitment), involuntary outpatient placement (what some call outpatient commitment or assisted treatment orders), or voluntary treatment (if the person is competent to consent to voluntary treatment and consents to voluntary treatment). The involuntary outpatient placement language in the Baker Act took effect in 2005.

Marchman Act

Marchman Act- Involuntary Assessment – Florida Statute 397.6811

A Petition for Involuntary Assessment may be filed when there is good faith reason to believe an individual is substance-abuse impaired and because of that impairment, has lost the power of self-control with respect to substance use. The Petition is filed with the Clerk of Court and must be set for hearing within 10 days. Notice of hearing is provided by mail to the petitioners. The patient is served notice of hearing by a plainclothes Deputy Sheriff.

A General Master presides at the hearing. After hearing all relevant testimony, the court may enter an Order for Involuntary Assessment. Unless arrangements have been made for assessment at a private facility, the court order shall direct the Sheriff’s Office to take the patient into custody and deliver him/her to a public facility licensed by the Department of Children and Families.

The facility will assess and stabilize the patient for a period not to exceed 5 days. A written assessment is sent to the court. Once the written assessment is received, the court may proceed with the Petition For Involuntary Treatment.

Marchman Act- Involuntary Treatment – Florida Statute 397.693

A Petition for Involuntary treatment may be filed once the written assessment is reviewed by the court and the recommendation is involuntary treatment. Notice of hearing is provided by mail to the petitioners and any attorney on record. The patient is once again served notice of hearing by a plainclothes Deputy Sheriff. A general master presides at the hearing and after taking all relevant testimony, the court may enter an order for involuntary treatment for a period not to exceed 60 days. It may also direct the Sheriff to take the patient into custody and delivery him to the licensed facility.

For more information on The Marchman Act , please contact our office.

Crisis

Any Major Crisis – 911
Child Abuse
ChildHelp USA National Child Abuse Hotline: 800-4-A-CHILD (422.4453) or 800.2.A.CHILD (222.4453, TDD for hearing impaired)
Provides multilingual crisis intervention and professional counseling on child abuse. Gives referrals to local social service groups offering counseling on child abuse. Operates 24 hours, seven days a week.

Department of Social Services for Public to Access Information:
800-345-KIDS: Provides information concerning children available for adoption and other children’s programs
800-342-3009: Access to general information regarding Department programs and HEAP Hotline
800-732-5207: Day Care Complaint Line
800-342-3720: Child Abuse Hotline

National Child Abuse Hotline: 1-800-25-ABUSE

Boys Town Suicide and Crisis Line: 800-448-3000 or 800-448-1833 (TDD)
Provides short-term crisis intervention and counseling and referrals to local community resources. Counsels on parent-child conflicts, marital and family issues, suicide, pregnancy, runaway youth, physical and sexual abuse, and other issues. Operates 24 hours, seven days a week.
Covenant House Hotline: 800-999-9999
Crisis line for youth, teens, and families. Gives callers locally based referrals throughout the United States. Provides help for youth and parents regarding drugs, abuse, homelessness, runaway children, and message relays. Operates 24 hours, seven days a week.domestic violence
National Domestic Violence/Child Abuse/ Sexual Abuse: 800-799-SAFE /800-799-7233/800-787-3224 TDD
800-942-6908 Spanish Speaking
24-hour-a-day hotline, Provides crisis intervention and referrals to local services and shelters for victims of partner or spousal abuse. English and Spanish speaking advocates are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Staffed by trained volunteers who are ready to connect people with emergency help in their own communities, including emergency services and shelters. The staff can also provide information and referrals for a variety of non-emergency services, including counseling for adults and children, and assistance in reporting abuse. They have an extensive database of domestic violence treatment providers in all US states and territories. Many staff members speak languages besides English, and they have 24-hour access to translators for approximately 150 languages. For the hearing impaired, there is a TDD number. This is a great resource for anyone–man, woman or child–who is experiencing or has experienced domestic violence or abuse, or who suspects that someone they know is being abused.
Domestic Violence Hotline: 800-829-1122ing and associated disorders
National Association of Anorexia Nervosa & Associated Disorders (ANAD): 847-831-3438 (long distance)

National Mental Health Association: 800-969-6642 9AM-5PM Mon-Fri information on mental health topics and referrals, access to an info specialist. Older abuse
Elder Abuse Hotline: 800-252-8966

Alzheimer’s Association Hotline: 800-621-0379 8:30AM-4:00PM, Mon-Fri information and referral services, free brochures.IV/S/sexually transmitted diseases
The CDC (Center for Disease Control) National Prevention Information Network
1-800-458-5231 9AM-6PM Mon-Fri includes info on new medicines, treatment trials, HIV & AIDS, with info specialists avail. to answer questions; also at  www.CDCNAC.org (CDC National Aids Clearinghouse)
National AIDS Hotline: 800-342-AIDS (2437)
Information and referrals to local hotlines, testing centers, and counseling. Open 24
hours, seven days a week.
AIDS Hotline in Spanish: 800-344-SIDA (7432)
Open 8 a.m. to 2 a.m. Eastern Standard Time, seven days a week.
AIDS Hotline for the Hearing Impaired: 800-243-7889 (TDD)
Open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, Monday through Friday
National Sexually Transmitted Disease Hotline: 800-227-8922
Information and referrals to free and low-cost public clinics. Operators can answer general questions on prevention, symptoms, transmission and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases. Open 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, Monday through Friday.
Sexually Transmitted Disease & AIDS/HIV Information Hotline: 800-332-2437, TTY – 800-332-3889 (Ohio) stress line

Poison Control Any Kind of Substance: 800-662-9886

Poison Control: 800-362-9922 rape
Nationwide RAINN National Rape Crisis Hotline: 800-656-4673 runaway/exploited children
Missing Children Network: 800-235-3535
National Child Safety Council Childwatch: 800-222-1464
Answers questions and distributes literature on safety, including drug abuse, household dangers, and electricity. Provides safety information to local police departments. Takes information on missing children sightings. Sponsor of the
missing kids milk carton program. Operates 24 hours, seven days a week.
National Hotline for Missing and Exploited Children: 800-843-5678
Operates a hotline for reporting missing children and sightings of missing children. Offers assistance to law enforcement agents. Hours of operation are 7:30 a.m.-11 p.m. Eastern Standard Time.
National Runaway Switchboard: 800-621-4000
Provides crisis intervention and travel assistance to runaways. Provides information and local referrals to adolescents and families. Gives referrals to shelters nationwide. Also relays messages to, or sets up conference calls with, parents at the request of the child. Operates 24 hours, seven days a week.
Child Find of America Hotline:  800-I-AM-LOST (426.5678)
Looks for missing and abducted children. Operators available 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST Monday-Friday. Voicemail on evenings and weekends with calls returned.
CONFIDENTIAL Runaway Hotline: 800-231-6946
Parent Abduction Hotline: 800-292-9688
Provides crisis mediation in parental abduction. Provides prevention information and referrals to local agencies. Operators available 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST Monday-Friday. Voicemail on evenings and weekends with calls returned. Substance abuse/alcoholism
Narcotics Anonymous
(561) 848-6262 For Meetings in your area :
www.na.org

Alcoholics Anonymous
(561) 655-5700 For Meetings in your area:
www.alcoholicsanonymous.org
Al-ateen: 800-352-9996youth
National Youth Crisis Hotline: 800-442-HOPE (4673)
Provides counseling and referrals to local drug treatment centers, shelters, and counseling services. Responds to youth dealing with pregnancy, molestation, suicide, and child abuse. Operates 24 hours, seven days a week.

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