In the Moods
  about the authors



Alcoholics Anonymous

Alternate Treatments for Addiction

Cannabis Questions and Scientific Factual Answers:

Canada Alcohol and Drug Rehab Programs

Center for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH): Information from A-Z

Co-Anon Family Groups

Cocaine Anonymous World Services

Driving While Impaired with Alcohol and/or Drugs: NCADD

Drug, Alcohol and Mental Health Information Line: 1-800-463-6273

Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA)

Dual Recovery Anonymous

Effects of Illegal Drugs on the Heart

International Substance Abuse Resources: 1-800-662-HELP (4357)

Marijuana Anonymous Information Site

Narconon Drug Rehabilitation and Education (with online helpline)

Narcotics Anonymous

National Alliance on mental Illness (NAMI): Dual Diagnosis

National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA)

Nutritional Information from the Harvard School of Public Health

Opiod Recovery

Quit Smoking Community

Raves: Find out the Drugs Used and the Dangers of Raves

Substance Abuse Treatment Facility Locator: SAMHSA

Suicide Prevention Help

Straight Facts about Drugs and Drug Abuse

Terence T. Gorski's Web Site

Withdrawal Resources: Common Symptoms and Treatment

Recommended Reading

Adult children of alcoholics — Woititz, J. G. (1983) Pompano Beach: Health Communications, Inc.

Al-Anon Family Groups: Formerly, "Living with an alcoholic" — Al-Anon Family Group Headquarters, Inc. (1991) New York, N.Y: Author

“An Elephant in the Room: the Children’s Book” by Jill M. Hastings and Marion H. Typpo

Caversham Booksellers: Self Help

“Changing Course: Healing from Loss, Abandonment and Fear” by Claudia Black

Codependent No More (15th ed.) — Beattie, M. (2000) Center City: Hazelden.

“It Will Never Happen To Me: Growing Up With Addiction As Youngsters, Adolescents, Adults” by Claudia Black

The dual diagnosis recovery book: A twelve step program for those of us with addiction and an emotional or psychiatric illness. — Hazelden Publications (1993) Center City: Author Anon.

What’s "Drunk," Mama? — Al-Anon Family Group Headquarters, Inc. (1977) New York, N.Y: Author.

Montreal Resources

Addictions-Unit, Griffith Edwards Center, MUHC
1547 Pine Avenue West, Montreal, QC H3G 1B3 514-934-8311

Al-Anon/Alateen Montreal: 514-866-9803

Alcoholics Anonymous Montreal: 514-376-9230

AMI-Quebec : 514-486-1448

AMCAL Youth & Family Services
Counselling & Residential for Teens: (514) 694-3161

Chabad Lifeline

Cocaine Anonymous, Montreal: (514) 527-9999

Drug Help Line Montreal: 1-800-265-2626

Foster Pavillion - Rehabilitation Services
3285 Cavendish Ave, Ste. #100, Montreal, QC H4B 2L9

Francophone Resources in Quebec: (Répertoire des ressources en dépendances)

Head & Hands - Integrated Youth Services
5833 Sherbrooke St. West Montreal, QC H4A 1X4
Tel. 514-481-0277 | info@headandhands.ca

Herzl Family Practice Center:
Teenage Health Unit and Methadone Treatment
Jewish General Hospital
Teenage Unit Hotline: 514-340-8242 

Hopital St. Luc (Detoxification Services)

Institute of Community & Family Psychiatry
4333 Cote St. Catherine Rd. Montreal, QC
Youth Services: 514-340-8239

Lakeshore General Hospital
160 Stillview, Pointe Claire, QC H9R 2Y2
Tel. 514-630-2225

Le Portage - Rehabilitation Services/South Shore
6 rue Foucreault, St. Philippe-de-la prairie, J0L 2K0

McGill Domestic Violence Clinic: 514-398- 2686

Portage Rehabilitation Center for Anglophone Adolescents in the West Island:
7 Revcon Avenue, Pointe Claire Quebec

Narcotics Anonymous, Montreal: (514) 249-0555

Suicide Action Montreal: 514-723-4000

The Crisis Center of the West Island: 514-684-6160

WestIsland Community Resource Center : 514-694-6404

West Island of Montreal Treatment Centers


USA Resources

Addiction Center, Orlando, Florida

Alcoholics Anonymous - AA 312.346.1475

Alcohol Rehab Guide, Orlando, Florida

AlcoRehab: A guide to the best Alcohol Treatment Centers:
Toll free: 1-888-459-5511

Cocaine Anonymous - CA 773.202.8898

Data Clearing House For Drugs & Crime 1.800.666.3332

DAWN (Drug Abuse Warning Network) 1.800.394.3296

Heroin Withdrawal and Detox

Listing of Chicago AA Meetings

Listing of Chicago NA Meetings

Mental Health Service Provider Search

Narcotics Anonymous - NA 708.848.4884

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Helpline: 1-800-950-NAMI

National Clearinghouse for Alcohol & Drug Information
PO Box 2345
Rockville, Maryland 20852 1.800.729.6686

National Institute Drug Abuse
Workplace Helpline 1.800.843.4971

No Cost Rehabilitation Placement in the U.S.:

Recovery Village, Umatilla, Florida

Sobriety and Recovery Resources

Start Your Recovery

White Sands Addictuion Treatment Center, Tampa, Florida


United Kingdom Resources

Addiction Helper

Free Help Line in  London, England: Rehab 4 Alcoholism
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/rehab4group  
Website: www.rehab4alcoholism.com

Substance abuse Treatment: Watford Herts, England:
Cassiobury Court:  www.cassioburycourt.com

"UKAT" - UK  AddictionTreatment Centers

Prevention of Teen Addiction and Suicide: Websites for Teens, their Parents and Educators

Addiction Prevention: 34 Essential Lesson Plans for Educators

Drug Prevention 4 Teens

Preventing Drug Abuse: The Best Strategy

Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide

"Talking With Your Teen About Drugs"

Teen Depression - A Guide for Parents



© 2004-2016 Publications Keren Chai Publishing