Resources for Health + Substance Abuse
Formerly Incarcerated Person Packet (Resources to assist inmates after release - North Carolina)
Compiled by Prisoner Legal Services Inc., this packet contains a list of all agencies and organizations in the State of North Carolina that provide facilities to assist released felons with temporary housing, drug and alcohol addictions and other related problem issues upon release from prison.
Alcohol Rehab Guide
Comprehensive, reliable information on the various aspects of alcohol abuse and addiction. Offers support and guidance for those who are struggling, as well as their parents, family members, friends, and community members.
Find Alcohol Treatment
The key to stopping alcohol addiction is personalized treatment. Find an alcohol recovery center tailored to your personal needs nationwide.
Overcoming an addiction to alcohol may be one of the toughest challenges you’ll ever face. Don’t face it alone. If you’re ready to get free from addiction, AlcoholTreatment.net is here to connect you with the right people.
Veterans' Health Care
People who serve in the military often have different health issues than other people. For example, someone in a war zone may lose a leg and need years of medical and psychological treatment. This not only affects the veteran but his or her family’s health as well.
Types of Resources Available: Veterans Health Care Benefits, TRICARE, Support Groups and Forums, Mobile Apps and Tools.
National Drug and Alcohol Abuse Organizations
We have compiled a list of national organizations that provide assistance with drug and alcohol abuse.
Faith-Based Rehab Centers for Drug and Alcohol Abuse located in North Carolina
Child Intervention eBook: What to do if your child is drinking or using drugs
A resource committed to reaching out and assisting people addicted to harmful substances such drugs and alcohol. They connect individuals struggling with addiction to treatment options, as well as providing valuable information about substance dependence.
Teenage "Drug Abuse"
Recognition and prevention of drug use can end an emerging problem before it starts.
Formerly known as dual diagnosis or dual disorder, co-occurring disorders describes the presence of both a mental health and a substance-use disorder. For example, a person may be abusing a narcotic and also have bipolar disorder.
Promoting Mental Health at Home
Benefits to meditation, both physical and psychological.
How to Apply for Disability Benefits With Drug Addiction
Substance Abuse in the Workplace: What to Do When an Employee Returns from Rehab
Home After Rehab: The Guide to Finding the Right Place for Recovery
Drugrehab.com is a free web resource that provides information about addiction and mental health issues
Low-income users are often forced to get off drugs without treatment.
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A nationally honored private college recognized for comprehensive and innovative education with a focus on online degrees/bachelor’s/psychology.
Experience with veterans living with PTSD, PTSD risk factors, PTSD and post-deployment risks, helping veterans with PTSD, and VA-specific services.