Extractions: HELP GET HELP NOW HOW CAN I TELL IF I HAVE A PROBLEM? DO WE HAVE A PROBLEM IN OUR FAMILY? HOW TO APPROACH AN INTERVENTION Get Help Now T he following organizations are prepared to answer your questions about addiction and refer you to sources of help in your area. All links are valid as of February 16, 2001. Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration Callers can get assistance in finding or forming a mutual aid support group for any type of illness, disability, addiction, loss of a loved one, parenting problem, abuse situation, or other stressful life problem. Visitors to the Web site can access a national and international database of self-help mutual support groups as well as a listing of local self-help clearinghouses. National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence Inc.
Help For Problem Drinkers are many resources available from support groups, treatment and Christian supportresources for Christians in Recovery. Nalmefene New drug may help prevent http://alcoholism.about.com/cs/support/
Extractions: Q A I cannot find an organization or group in my area or I don't know where to start. What should I do? Call your local United Way to check if they know of the support groups you are seeking. If you need to find a United Way office outside of your area, call 1-800/411-8929 and enter the 5 digit zip code for the area you wish. They will connect you with the local United Way for that area. I am interested in starting my own Support Group, for parents in my area, where should I start? There are many excellent resources on the internet for starting your own Support Group as well as organizations in your community ( Check our Clearinghouses Section If you are part of a Support Group not listed here please feel free to register with us and add your listing. Click here to become a virtual volunteer and help us add support groups from your local area.
Extractions: YES! Survey : A 10-15 Minute Survey that pinpoints your childs strengths and weaknesses. Parent Articles : A wide variety of articles written by professionals. Topics include: Learning Concerns Lying Substance Abuse Bipolar Disorder ... Anxiety Disorder , and Suicide Support Groups : Find a support group in your area, or post information about one. Treatment Facilities : Search through our database to find a facility close to you.
Extractions: For meeting times and locations call 361-7976. Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACOA) A support group available to help individuals identify problems and address the sense of confusion or shame they have concerning an alcoholic parent. For meeting times and locations call 361-7976. AL-ANON and ALATEEN Worldwide fellowships of people offering each other hope, support, and insight. Participating members gain understanding of their nonproductive and habitual responses to an alcoholic family member. For meeting times and locations call 361-7976. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS OF BRAZOS VALLEY
Extractions: LCUSD Support Groups The following organizations provide valuable services and resources to the La Cañada Unified School District. We wish to thank them for all of their support! The La Canada Flintridge Educational Foundation was formed to assist in the achievement and maintenance of a superior public education system within the La Canada Unified School District. Since its inception, the Foundation has contributed more than $8 million to the District, and its Endowment Fund has grown to well over $1 million in net assets. For more information, please see the Foundation website, www.lcfef.org, or contact the Foundation office (818) 952-4268. All children are our children. The purpose of the Spartan Boosters Club is to raise and distribute money for La Cañada High / Jr. High School athletic teams, academic departments and extra-curricular activities not funded through the school's annual budget. If you are a graduate of La Cañada High School in La Cañada Flintridge, California, here is your chance to stay in touch with your classmates as they go on to college and careers.
Extractions: please submit it through Feedback Atlas of United States Mortality This atlas, published by the CDC, is the first to show all leading causes of death by race and sex for small U.S. geographic areas referred to as Health Service Areas (HSA's). Autism - National Alliance for Autism Research (NAAR) The National Alliance for Autism Research, NAAR, is a national nonprofit, tax-exempt organization dedicated to finding the causes, prevention, effective treatment and, ultimately, cure of the autism spectrum disorders.
San Francisco Bay Area Celiac Support Groups manage a pharmaceutical R D enterprise whose resources are already time you walk throughthe wonderdrug studded aisles then I invite you to support the Celiac http://celiacsupport.stanford.edu/
Extractions: Support Groups Sept. 6, 2003 Conference Bay Area Restaurants San Francisco Bay Area Celiacs Local celiac support group meetings are held in Oakland, Napa, Stanford University, Sebastopol and Santa Cruz. R.O.C.K. (Raising Our Celiac Kids) meetings are in Danville, Palo Alto, and San Francisco. ANNUAL FUNDRAISING CELIAC WALK-A-THON - SATURDAY MAY 17, 2003 Join us on the beautiful Stanford Campus where each step you take brings us a step closer to a cure. On this delightful walk you will stroll through the historical main quad and see the beautiful church, marvel at Hoover Tower, meander through outdoor sculpture gardens and visit the (free) Museum all the while enjoying the prized architecture and spring flowers. After the walk, stay for the Stanford vs UCLA baseball game at 1:00 p.m. or drive next door to the Stanford Shopping Center and enjoy the flower displays and outdoor cafes. Bring your bikes, Frisbees and picnic and enjoy Stanford's beautiful outdoor spaces. Featured guests: Celiac Researchers and Carol Fenster, Ph.D., Savory Palate, Inc., gluten free cookbook author.
Frugality Network Self Help Resources provide you with information on local support groups, including groups to help individualsdevelop needed new groups. about alcohol and other drug addictions. http://www.frugalitynetwork.com/selfhelp.html
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Disability Resources A nonprofit resource providing drug screening, counseling, and support for familiesin Information about the disease, help groups and hotlines, and http://www.kansas.net/~cbaslock/olc_d1.html
University Alcohol And Drug Resources drug resources at the University of Massachusetts Concerned about a student?Mental Health Services (5452337) provides counseling, support groups and 24 http://www.umass.edu/fsap/umresource.html
Extractions: Concerned about a student? Mental Health Services (545-2337) provides counseling, support groups and 24 hours emergency coverage. You may also consult with the on-call clinician regarding making a referral. University Health Services (577-5229) Urgent Care will assist with an immediate concern, medical question or urgent medical problem. REAP Program (545-0137) provides confidential assessment, substance abuse counseling and referral services. REAP also sees students for court-mandated counseling. Concerned about a UMass Employee? Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (545-0350) Services for faculty and staff include assessment, referrals for professional treatment, self-help groups and follow-up concerning their own, a family member's or a colleague's substance abuse problem. For Education and Information: The Alcohol and Drug Education Program (UHS) (577-5181) provides general information, consultation, pamphlets, posters, referral, training and peer workshops. The Athletic Health Enhancement Program (AHEP) (256-4588) provides health-related information education programs, consultation and referral services for student athletes, coaches and staff.
Extractions: Whether dealing with a crisis, coping with a mental disorder, or just feeling overwhelmed with life, we all go through difficult periods in our life. When life feels like it's too much of a strain, a little bit of support can go a long way towards helping us cope; that is what The Bright Side is all about. Supportive articles and stories as well as book suggestions and a monthly newsletter. Excellent site!
Extractions: The Community Development and Substance Abuse (CDSA) Program provides a broad array of information related to alcohol and other drugs (AOD), including policy information, referral, consultation, statistics, and educational programming. Please contact the Program (26-161; 617-253-3276) for more information.
Extractions: This list includes support and advocacy organizations, as well as books, pamphlets, videos, and online resources on topics related to bipolar disorders, related conditions, special-needs parenting, sibling issues, insurance and healthcare, and medications. Depression and Related Affective Disorders Association (DRADA)