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Treatment | Substance Use | Food Addiction/Eating Disorders | Co-Occurring Disorders | Addiction and Recovery General | Sleep 

Treatment  – Information on Hotlines, Counseling Services, or TREATMENT OPTIONS in your state.   How to Find a Good Drug Treatment Program and Avoid Bad Ones (Warning- Avoid Florida)   The Lighthouse Network: A National Helpline that supports leaders and faith community members in finding faith-based mental health services and supports in their region. 1.844.543.3242    Timberline Knolls – A private residential treatment center for women struggling with co-occurring disorders, eating disorders, addiction, mood disorders, trauma, and PTSD. – Milestones In Recovery Treatment Center offers an opportunity to learn and practice skills necessary to begin and maintain eating disorder recovery.

Substance Use Great guidebook on alcohol use, assessment, and treatments

1-800-662-HELP (1-800-662-4357)   Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA’s) National Helpline (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration)    NIH- National Institute on Drug Abuse. Advancing Addiction Science   Alcoholics Anonymous    Narcotics Anonymous     In Your Own Words – Heroin and Opioid Addiction Stories 

This Is Your Brain On Drugs. Any Questions? 

Food Addiction/Eating Disorders   Quiz- do you need to consider food addiction treatment?  Science and facts about food addiction audio resource for some of the best inspiration you will ever hear on the subject of compulsive overeating. Go to the Special Editions tab and start listening!   Overeaters Anonymous (National Eating Disorders Association)

C’mon, No One Can Actually Be Addicted to Food, Right?

Co-Occurring Disorders (Addiction and Mental Illness Combined)    Dual Recovery Anonymous 

Addiction and Recovery General   Addiction information.  “Change is possible”  A Christian Recovery Program  Sexaholics Anonymous     Gamblers Anonymous      Self-Mutilators Anonymous     Debtors Anonymous

Personal Responsibility Despite Addiction

1-2-3 And POW! Your Addiction Is Gone

Disease or Addiction? A Somewhat Religious POV

The Importance of Sleep to Recovery  Tuck walks you through the process of overcoming sleep issues that interfere with recovery