Alcoholics Anonymous
Tel: (212) 870.3400
www.aa.org

Al-Anon (Adults) / Alateen (Teenagers)
(Mutual support program for those whose lives have been affected by someone else’s drinking)
Tel: (757) 563.1600
www.al-anon.org

Narcotics Anonymous
(818) 773.9999
www.na.org

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Tel: (800) 273.8255

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Tel: (800) 662.4357
www.samhsa.gov

National Alliance on Mental Illness
Tel: (800) 950.6264
www.nami.org

Chances of addiction

after a single use:

Benzodiazepines/marijuana… 1/11

Methamphetamine… 1/9

Alcohol… 1/7

Cocaine… 1/6

Heroin… 1/4

Tobacco… 1/3

Educational Documents – National Alliance of Advocates for Buprenorphine Treatment

The words we use matter. Reducing stigma through language.

Time for a change – a fundamental description of the recovery process.

Precipitated withdrawal. What it is. How to avoid it.

A treatment for opioid addiction in the privacy of a doctor’s office.

How Buprenorphine Works

Addiction survivors – the meaning of peer support.