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AlcoholScreening.org. Take a brief, confidential alcohol use questionnaire through Boston University.
Problem with Alcohol or Drugs?. If you’re wondering if you might have a problem with alcohol and/or drugs, here are some questions that can help you determine if you really should be concerned. From the University of Oregon’s counseling center.
FAQ’s on Alcohol Abuse and Addiction. From the national institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. Includes a section on how to help a friend/relative get treatment.
Web of Addictions. Award-winning site including fact sheets on drugs, recovery resources, and web links.
Transformations. Self-help, support, and recovery issues.
College Students and Gambling.
. Welcome page for newcomers to AA.
Narcotics Anonymous. Homepage for NA, an international community-based association of recovering drug addicts.
Marijuana Anonymous. Uses AA 12 Steps of Recovery to support recovery from marijuana addiction.
Women for Sobriety, Inc.. A non-profit organization dedicated to helping women overcome alcoholism and other addictions.
SMART Recovery. Homepage for Self-Management And Recovery Training, a support network that is an alternative to AA/NA.
Al-Anon/Alateen. If you are concerned about someone else’s drinking, especially a family member’s, this site gives helpful information and will help you locate a local support group.
Internet Addiction. A brief on-line exercise to see if you may have an internet addiction.
Sex Addiction Definitions and 12-Step Resources Guide. A therapist’s summary of sex addiction and support available.