Web Links

Manufacturer Information including Here to Help program which may help with coaching, questions, suggestions, and information.

SAMHSA includes information about buprenorphine treatment from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

 

Links & Resources

Mental Health Links
The following links are listed to provide you with additional online mental health care information and counseling resources.

Addiction and Recovery
Alcoholics Anonymous
Narcotics Anonymous
Center for On-Line Addiction
SAMHSA’s Substance Abuse/Addiction
SAMHSA’s Treatment and Recovery
Web of Addictions
In The Rooms

Anxiety Disorders
Answers to Your Questions About Panic Disorder
National Center for PTSD
Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), Mayo Clinic
International OCD Foundation
Calm Clinic

Associations & Institutes
American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy
American Counseling Association
American Psychiatric Association
American Psychological Association
Association for Psychological Science
Canadian Mental Health Association
Center for Mental Health Services
National Institute of Mental Health
Mental Health America
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
ADDA – Attention Deficit Disorder Association
Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, NIMH
Born to Explore: The Other Side of ADD/ADHD

Child Abuse and Domestic Violence
Childhelp USA®
SAMHSA’s Children and Families
SAMHSA’s Protection and Advocacy
Questions and Answers about Memories of Childhood Abuse
The National Domestic Violence Hotline Website

Chronic Fatigue
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Depression
Bipolar Disorder News – Pendulum.org
Depression and How Therapy Can Help
Depression Screening
Depression Test, Symptoms of Depression, Signs of Depression

Developmental Disorders
Asperger’s Disorder
NeuroWeb
Yale Autism Program

Diagnosis
DSM-IV-TR: Diagnoses and Criteria

Dissociation and Traumatic Stress
Sidran Traumatic Stress Institute

Eating Disorders
Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
Something Fishy

Journals & Magazines
ADHD Report
Anxiety, Stress and Coping
Autism
Childhood
Contemporary Hypnosis
Dementia
Depression and Anxiety
Drug and Alcohol Review
Dyslexia
Early Child Development and Care
Eating Disorders
Educational Assessment
Journal of Gambling Studies
Journal of Happiness Studies
Journal of Mental Health and Aging
Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology
Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment
Language and Cognitive Processes
Loss, Grief & Care
Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities
Metaphor and Symbol
Neuropsychological Rehabilitation
Parenting
Personal Relationships
Personality and Individual Differences
Psychiatric Bulletin
Psychology of Men & Masculinity
Psychology Today
Stress and Health
Studies in Gender and Sexuality
Substance Abuse
Trauma, Violence & Abuse

Medications and Health Supplements
Drug Interactions, Drugs.com
Drug Interactions, DIRECT
Medical Dictionary
Medications, FDA
Medication, Internet Mental Health
Medications, PDR
Medline, Comparison
Multivitamins

Mental Health Care General Links
CounsellingResource.com
Internet Mental Health
Let’s Talk Facts, APA
Mental Health Counselor Resources, About.com
Mental Help Net
PsychCentral.com
University of Michigan Health Library
Web Sites You Can Trust, Medical Library Association

Personality Disorders
Mental Help Net – Personality Disorders
Personality Disorders – Focus Adolescent Counselor Services

Suicide Awareness and Hotlines
SAMHSA’s Suicide Prevention
Suicide Awareness Voices of Education
Suicide: Read This First

Additional Mental Health Care & Counseling Resources
Disaster/Trauma
HIV/AIDS
Interpretation of Dreams
Keirsey (Myers-Briggs) Temperament Sorter
Signs of Menopause, Symptoms of Menopause

Others: (Guidelines)

American Cancer Society

American Congress of Gynecologists and obstetricians

American College of Surgeons

Society of Breast Imaging

American College of Radiology

American College of Physicians

American Urological Association

American College of Preventative Medicine

American College of Gastroenterology

Guidelines.GOV

Vaccinations CDC site

ACP immunization download

ASCVD risk estimator

American Heart Association

American College of Cardiology

US department of health and human services

FAT nomogram for diets

Institute of Medicine

NIH directory of Herbs and supplements

Institute of Health Improvement

IHI Safe Medication Practices

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Joint Commission

Joint Commission Standards and Safety Goals

Patient centered Medical Home

DIRE Score Diagnosis, intractability, Risk, and efficacy for opioid use

Opioid Risk Management Program

http://www.soapnote.org/musculoskeletal/dire-score/  < DIRE Score in soap note fashion

SF-12 Depression Information

http://www.measuringimpact.org/s4-sf-36  The Short Form-36 (SF-36) is a 36 item questionnaire which measures Quality of Life (QoL) across eight domains, which are both physically and emotionally based.

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Medically Unexplained Symptoms

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American Geriatrics Society

CMS Medicare database

The website links on this page include the major information resources in the addiction field.

    • American Association of Directors of Psychiatric Residency Trainingwww.aadprt.org
    • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administrationwww.samhsa.gov
    • NationalCouncil on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc.www.ncadd.org
    • Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Providers of New York State>www.asapnys.org

https://www.nflis.deadiversion.usdoj.gov/Reports.aspx  << DEA diversion reports – drug abuse

Faces of Meth – Nice pictorial of using Meth

MATRIX model of drug and alcohol abuse and treatment

THE MATRIX MODEL
The Matrix Model Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program includes several key components that complement each other and combine to produce an integrated outpatient treatment experience that works. Critical elements of the program include:

  • Early Recovery Groups
  • Relapse Prevention Groups
  • Family Education Groups
  • Individual Sessions
  • Social Support Groups
  • 12-Step Meetings

Moreover, the program is characterized by a positive, collaborative and mutually respectful relationship between the patient and therapist that contributes greatly to our high rates of sobriety.

Among its many accolades, the Matrix Model has been acknowledged by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) as an effective and scientifically based approach. In addiction, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) has listed the model on its National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP). This prestigious listing was based on the cumulative data from evaluations of the Matrix Model spanning the past 30 years.

For a more detailed description of the Matrix Model please download the Matrix Model Whitepaper

Matrix Institute on Addictions is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and is a member of the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP).

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LGBT Links

http://www.hivforumnyc.org/

Levounis – book: Addiction_Casebook

European Drug data Link

http://www.monitoringthefuture.org/ – drug addiction

Sex Addiction:

https://saa-recovery.org/

What is Sexaholics Anonymous?

You are not alone.

 

http://www.psychiatrist.com/pcc/Pages/home.aspx  PCC home page Primary care companion for CNS disorders
 ALCOHOLISM:
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism www.niaaa.nih.gov 301–443–3860
National Institute on Drug Abuse
www.nida.nih.gov 301–443–1124
National Institute of Mental Health www.nimh.nih.gov 1–866–615–6464
National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information www.ncadi.samhsa.gov 1–800–729–6686
Groups for family and friends
Al-Anon/Alateen www.al-anon.alateen.org 1–888–425–2666
for meetings
Adult Children of Alcoholics www.adultchildren.org 310–534–1815
Mutual-help groups
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) www.aa.org 212–870–3400 or check your local phone directory under “Alcoholism”
Moderation Management www.moderation.org 212–871–0974
Secular Organizations for Sobriety www.secularsobriety.org 323–666–4295
SMART Recovery www.smartrecovery.org  440–951–5357
Women for Sobriety www.womenforsobriety.org 215–536–8026
Treatment facilities Substance Abuse Treatment Facility Locator
www.findtreatment.samhsa.gov 1–800–662–HELP
Medical and non-medical addiction specialists
American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry www.aaap.org 401–524–3076
American Psychological Association 1–800–964–2000 (ask for your state’s referral number to find psychologists with addiction specialties)
American Society of Addiction Medicine 301–656–3920 (ask for the phone number of your state’s chapter)
NAADAC Substance Abuse Professionals www.naadac.org 1–800–548–0497
National Association of Social Workers www.helpstartshere.org (search for social worker)
For additional resources, visit RethinkingDrinking.niaaa.nih.gov

Help links

 

Information resources

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism—For information on the causes, consequences, prevention, and treatment of alcohol-related problems from the lead U.S. research agency on alcohol and health: 301-443-3860.

Sample publications for the public:

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationExternal Link—For information about substance abuse prevention and treatment services:

National Institute on Drug Abuse—For information about other drug problems that often co-exist with alcohol problems: 301-443-1124.

National Institute of Mental Health—For information on problems such as anxiety and depression that can co-exist with alcohol problems: 866-615-6464.

 

Professional help

Your regular doctor

Primary care and mental health practitioners can provide effective alcoholism treatment by combining new medications with a series of brief counseling visits. See Helping Patients Who Drink Too Much.

Specialists in alcoholism

For specialty addiction treatment options, contact your doctor, health insurance company, local health department, or employee assistance program, or the Treatment Facility LocatorExternal Link (1-800-662-4357). In addition, these professional organizations can help you find medical or non-medical addiction specialists in your area:

American Academy of Addiction PsychiatryExternal Link
401-524-3076

American Psychological AssociationExternal Link
800-964-2000 (ask for your state’s referral number to find psychologists with addiction specialties)

American Society of Addiction MedicineExternal Link
301-656-3920 (ask for the phone number of your state’s chapter for referrals)

National Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse CounselorsExternal Link
800-548-0497

National Association of Social WorkersExternal Link (search for social workers with addiction specialties)

 

Mutual-support groups

You may need to try out several groups before finding one that’s comfortable for you.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)External Link
212-870-3400 (or check your local phone directory under “Alcoholism”)

Moderation ManagementExternal Link

Secular Organizations for SobrietyExternal Link
323-666-4295

SMART RecoveryExternal Link
440-951-5357

Women for SobrietyExternal Link
215-536-8026

Groups for family and friends

Al-Anon Family GroupsExternal Link
888-425-2666 for meetings

Adult Children of AlcoholicsExternal Link
310-534-1815

http://addictiondomain.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/NM-ASSIST-Questionanaire-multiple-drugs.pdf

Practitioners guide to helping patients who drink too much

https://www.drugabuse.gov/ NIDA website

www.celebraterecovery.com  < 12 step proclaims Jesus Christ as the higher power – 30,000 groups in 48 states – umbrella program for all chemical dependencies, co-dependency, compulsions, abuse.

AA locators

Attending AA meetings is strongly recommended for patients recovering from alcohol
dependence and addiction. The sites below will assist in finding a meeting near you.
Maryland AA Meeting Locator (http://www.westbalto.a-
1associates.com/MEETINGS%20INFO/DirectoryPage.htm)
Virginia AA Meeting Locator (https://aavirginia.org/)
Washington DC Meeting Locator (http://www.aa-dc.org/meeting/search)
West Virginia Meeting Locator (http://www.aawv.org/)

 

 

 

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