Substance Use Disorder / Addiction Resources

recoveryThese are some great additional resources and links for substance use disorder/ addiction found online.

Sober Recovery
A list of addiction treatment and alcoholism treatment resources in the U.S., Canada, and Overseas.

SMART Recovery
SMART Recovery (Self-Management And Recovery Training) helps people recover from all types of addictive behaviors, including: alcoholism, drug abuse, substance use disorder, drug addiction, alcohol abuse, gambling addiction, cocaine addiction, and addiction to other substances and activities. SMART Recovery sponsors more than 300+ face-to-face meetings around the world, and 16+ online meetings per week. In addition, our online message board is an excellent forum in which to learn about SMART Recovery and seek support.

Meeting Finder.org
MeetingFinder.org is a FREE resource for locating 12-Step meetings in your area, quickly and easily. Search our nationwide database of over 2242 Meetings.

AA Central Office
AA Central Office coordinates the work of A.A. in this area. Membership has grown to over 2200 meetings a week in the Eastern Massachusetts Area. Central Service is a committee of A.A. members delegated by the member groups to act as a clearinghouse.

New England Region of Narcotics Anonymous
The New England Region of Narcotics Anonymous – has placed this web site on the Internet as one of the gateways to the "experience, strength and hope" available to any addict seeking recovery. It contains information for addicts and professionals about Narcotics Anonymous in the New England Region of MA.

US Recovery
Guide to mental health recovery in the United States with emphasis on alcoholism and chemical dependency.

Dual Recovery Anonymous
Dual Recovery Anonymous is an independent, nonprofessional, twelve step, self-help fellowship organization for people with a dual diagnosis. Our goal is to help men and women who experience a dual illness. We are chemically dependent and we are also affected by an emotional or psychiatric illness. Both illnesses affect us in all areas of our lives; physically, psychologically, socially, and spiritually.