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The links below are to web sites that we consider as partners in the battle with addiction. Approaches may be different but we feel that, considering the global nature of addiction, all efforts to cure it should be supported.

If you wish to partner with us, please write to, send us a logo and a URL.


Links to Partner Web Sites


New Futures

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New Futures is a non-profit advocacy organization working to reduce alcohol and other drug issues in New Hampshire.



All Treatment Logo


All Treatment is a Seattle based website company that provides resources about drugs, alcohol and addiction. The editors at All Treatment frequently interview industry professionals, featuring people's addiction stories, and run an active blog.

Our website also provides a comprehensive drug rehab directory to make finding treatment more accessible.



Safe Launch

Safe Launch is on the web at This organization is dedicated to preventing young people from incurring brain damage or possible addiction caused by adolescent alcohol, tobacco or drug use. In addition to their site, Safe Launch sponsors art competitions for teens, and they have produced an art book (Portraits of Addiction, 2012)


Safe Launch


Helping Others Live Sober:

Helping others live Sober


The National Institute on Drug Abuse:

National Institute on Drug Abuse



James Place, a non-profit, focuses on fundraising and substance abuse education. The organization provides scholarships for those needing immediate, life saving treatment for addiction.






To prevent the suffering of addiction by informing, empowering and enlightening young people, their families, teachers and administrators.

A link to a video by Prevention Plus.

Prevention Plus YouTube Video



The Twelve Steps:

Addiction and Art salutes William Booth and others contributing to, a site devoted to promoting the 12 steps of AA through utilizing the arts. This site is filled with 12 step related visual art, videos, tatoos, music and poems.

One of goals is "To move addiction from the outdated moral model of ignorance and persecution to the disease model of compassion and science." And there are more. If you are interested in fighting the stigma that "addiction" brings this is one site you should visit.

Shatter the Stigma


Barbara Allen - Shatter the Stigma

Critical Mental Health Resources
for College Students

A comprehensive mental health resources guide for college students, including Drug abuse and addiction.





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