The following is a listing of links to drug treatment-related content from
multiple sources. If you would like to suggest an online resource not included
in this related links section, please contact us.
American Association for the Treatment of
Opioid Dependence (AATOD)
AATOD is dedicated to enhancing the quality of opioid replacement pharmacotherapy
for patients and their families.
American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM)
ASAM seeks to educate physicians and improve the treatment of individuals who
are suffering from alcoholism and other addictions.
Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT)
CSAT's mission is to expand the availability of effective treatment and recovery
services for alcohol and drug problems.
Center for Treatment Research on Adolescent
Drug Abuse (CTRADA)
CTRADA was established to conduct psychosocial treatment research on adolescent
drug abuse, from treatment development to mechanisms, evaluation and dissemination.
CSAT's Buprenorphine Directory
This site provides an online directory of physicians who can prescribe buprenorphine,
a new prescription medication for addiction to opiates.
A nationwide initiative to increase the number of people who get quality treatment.
Drug Court Technology Resource Center
The Drug Court Technology Resource Center is an online forum offering tools
and information for drug court practitioners who are creating computer applications
for their courts.
Drug Evaluation Network System (DENS)
DENS is an ongoing, multi-site, electronic data collection and reporting system
providing standardized, automated, timely data via modem, on patients entering
addiction treatment, and treatment programs.
The Knowledge Application Program (KAP)
KAP distributes materials about best treatment practices to providers who help
individuals seeking substance abuse treatment.
Methamphetamine Treatment Project
The Methamphetamine Treatment Project is a multi-site initiative to study the
treatment of methamphetamine dependence.
MethResources.gov, is a tool for policymakers, law enforcement officials, treatment
and prevention professionals, businesses and retailers, and anti-drug activists.
The comprehensive site brings together information and resources available
to communities on the topic of methamphetamine.
National Association of Drug Court Professionals
NADCP advocates the establishment and funding of drug courts and provides for
the collection and dissemination of information.
National Center on Substance Abuse
and Child Welfare (NCSACW)
NCSACW's goals are to develop and implement a comprehensive program of information
gathering and dissemination, to provide technical assistance, and to develop
knowledge that promotes effective practice, organizational, and system changes
at the local, state, and national levels.
National Drug Court Institute (NDCI)
NDCI provides comprehensive training for practitioners, supports investigative
projects, and disseminates important drug court specific research, evaluations
and relevant commentary.
National Drug Court Training
and Technical Assistance Program (NDCTTAP)
NDCTTAP is a training initiative that helps communities develop effective adult,
juvenile, family, and tribal drug court programs.
National GAINS Center for People
with Co-Occurring Disorders in the Criminal Justice System
This organization gathers information designed to influence the range and scope
of mental health and substance abuse services provided to people the criminal
National Treatment Accountability for
Safer Communities (TASC)
TASC represents individuals and programs dedicated to the professional delivery
of treatment and case management services to substance abusing populations.
One Sky Center
The One Sky Center is a national resource center dedicated to improving prevention
and treatment of substance abuse among Native people.
Partners for Recovery (PFR)
This SAMHSA Web site features news and documents on recovery, collaboration,
stigma reduction, workforce development and leadership development.
Quick Statistics from
Drug and Alcohol Services Information System (DASIS)
This Web site provides state-level data on drug/alcohol treatment facilities
and treatment clients.
The RADAR Network
The mission of the RADAR Network is to strengthen communication, prevention,
and treatment activities so that a broad range of organizations can communicate
and help each other prevent substance abuse problems.
Resources for Returning Veterans and
This SAMHSA site provides veterans and their families with critical information
on prevention, treatment and recovery support for mental and substance use
of America (TCA)
TCA is a national non-profit membership association representing substance
abuse treatment programs that provide services to substance abuse clients with
a diversity of special needs, including HIV/AIDS, mothers with children, criminal
justice clients, co-occurring adults, the homeless, and adolescents.
Treatment Facility Locator
Resource to locate the drug and alcohol abuse treatment programs nearest you.
Treatment Improvement Exchange (TIE)
TIE provides information exchange between Center for Substance Abuse Treatment
(CSAT) staff and state and local substance abuse agencies.