The Web of Addictions is dedicated to providing accurate information
about alcohol and other drug addictions. News, facts, links to other related
sites, and special topics can be accessed from the Web of Addictions Home
Cocaine Anonymous is an organization of men and women who strive to
help themselves and others recover from cocaine addiction. They use the
"Twelve Step Recovery Program". It is a free service. The site
contains information on other mind-altering substances also. There is a
self-test for cocaine addiction found at this site.
The aim of Drug-Free America is to provide schools with educational
assistance and professional services, and to assist those in need of counseling.
Drug-Free America is committed to making a substantial, ongoing, and lasting
contribution to the goal of preventing drug use by children and teenagers.
NCADI is the information service of the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention
and The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA),
both of which are a part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
This site contains links to alcohol and drug facts, resources and referrals,
and research and statistics.
NIDA supports over 85 percent of the world's research on the health
aspects of drug abuse and addiction. The goal of the NIDA is to ensure that
science (not ideology or anecdotal information provides the foundation for
all of our Nation's drug abuse reduction efforts. This is a very comprehensive
site with a Quicksearch feature.
S.A.D.A. is a non-profit organization founded in 1988 by John Hall.
It is based in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Its goal is to help prevent children from
becoming dependent on drugs by offering free lectures and seminars. Coloring
pages for young children can be downloaded and printed from the SADA site.