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AADAP
5318 South Crenshaw Blvd.
Rosemead CA 90043
323-293-6284
323-295-4075
Contact: Mike Watanabe

ABC's of Parenting
310-375-8584
310-375-3645
Contact: Scot Robinson
http://www.abcparenting.com/
Contact: comments@parenthoodweb.com
The ParenthoodWeb has been recognized by respected industry sources as a must-visit site on the web and a definite resource for parenting and childcare.

Active Parenting
http://www.activeparenting.com

Addictive and Mental Health Disorders Division, DPHHS
PO Box 202951, 1400 Broadway
Helena, MT 59620-2951
406-444-1202
406-444-4435
http://www.dphhs.state.mt.us
To assure a statewide continuum of effective prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation services for people with chemical dependency and mental illness.

African American Parents for Drug Prevention 
311 Martin Luther King Drive 
Cincinnati, OH 45219 
Phone: 513-475-5359

Afterschool.gov 
www.afterschool.gov 
A website connecting you to federal resources that support children and youth during out-of-school hours.

Al-Anon Family Group Headquarters, Inc.
1600 Corporate Landing Parkway
Virginia Beach, VA 23454-5617
757-563-1600
757-563-1655
http://www.al-anon.alateen.org/
Contact: WSO@al-anon.org
Al-Anon's program of recovery is based on Twelve Steps, Twelve Traditions and Twelve Concepts of Service adapted from Alcoholics Anonymous (AA). Includes Al-anon Family and Alateen information.

Alaska Council on Prevention of Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Inc.
3333 Denali Street, Suite 201
Anchorage, AK 99503
907-258-6021

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Administration, Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
201 West Preston Street, 4th Floor
Baltimore, MD 21201
410-767-6567
http://maryland-adaa.org
Contact: dhmh1@erols.com
The Maryland Alcohol and Drug Abuse Administration is committed to providing Maryland citizens with access to quality substance abuse prevention and treatment resources by efficiently utilizing resources in a manner consistent with the principles of continuous quality improvement.

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council
1446 Martin Luther King Jr. Parkway
Des Moines IA 50314
515-471-2332
515-288-4534
Contact: Tam Nguyen

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division, Department of Health
601 Kamokila Blvd.
Kapolei HI 96707
808-692-7506
http://www.hawaii.gov/health/resource/drug_abuse.html

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division, Department of Health
4055 South Lowell Blvd.
Denver CO 80236-3120
303-866-7508
http://www.cdhs.state.co.us/ohr/adad/index.html

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse
325 North Salisbury Street
Raleigh NC 27603
919-733-4670
http://www.dhhs.state.nc.us/docs/divinfo/dmh.htm
North Carolinians and their families suffering from mental illness, struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction or coping with a developmental disability receive help and support from the Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse.

Alcohol and Drug Programs Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services
1200 North East 13th
PO Box 53277 Capitol Station
Oklahoma City OK 73152-3277
405-522-3810
http://www.state.ok.us/~dmhsas/

Alcohol and Drug Section
Division of Mental Health, Mental Retardation and Substance Abuse

2 Peachtree Street, 4th Floor, Suite 550
Atlanta GA 30303
404-657-6407
http://www2.state.ga.us/Departments/DHR/mhmrsa.html
The Division of MHMRSA serves people of all ages and those with the most severe mental illnesses, mental retardation and substance abuse problems.

Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse
PO Box 7851
Madison WI 53707-7851
608-266-2717
http://www.dhfs.state.wi.us/SubstAbuse/index.htm

Alcohol, Drug Abuse and Mental Health Programs
1317 Winewood Blvd. Building B, Room 318
Tallahassee, FL 32399-0700
904-488-0900
http://www.state.fl.us/cf_web/adm/indes.html

Alcoholics Anonymous
P.O. Box 459, 475 Riverside Drive
New York NY 10015
212-870-3400
212-870-3003
http://www.alcoholics-anonymous.org/
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.

www.alcoholscreening.org 
Provides a self-test to determine how much is too much. The site is sponsored by Join Together.

The Alliance Project
1954 University Avenue West, Suite 12
St. Paul, MN 55104
651-645-1618
651-645-1576
http://www.defeataddiction.org/
Contact: schommer@mr.net
The Alliance Project is an effort by a broad cross-section of organizations that share common concerns about the devastating disease of alcohol and drug addiction and the dramatic lack of proper public response to this growing health crisis.

American Council for Drug Education (ACDE)
164 W. 74th Street
New York NY 10023
800-488-DRUG
http://www.acde.org/
Contact: acde@phoenixhouse.org
The American Council for Drug Education is a substance abuse prevention and education agency that develops programs and materials based on the most current scientific research on drug use.

The Anti-Drug
White House Office of National Drug Control Policy
http://www.theantidrug.com/
www.laantidroga.com  (Spanish-language site)
Contact: ondcp@ncjrs.org
White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) presents tip for drug abuse prevention. These new areas feature information translated in Spanish, Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese and Cambodian, and is designed to help Hispanic and Asian adults communicate more effectively with their kids about the consequences and dangers of illicit drugs.

Arizona Prevention Resource Center
641 East Van Buren, Suite B-2
Phoenix AZ 85004
602-727-2772

Arkansans for Drug-Free Youth
2020 West Third #1-C
Little Rock, AR 72205
501-375-1338
herronb@adfy.com

www.adfy.com
Arkansas National Family Partnership (NFP) affiliate.

Asian & Pacific Islander Substance Abuse and Mental Health ListServ
http://www.apiahf.org/apisamh.html
Subscribe to the API Substance Abuse and Mental Health ListServ. Have your email address added to the API-SAMH subscription list.

Asian American Development Council
1825 York Street
Denver CO 80206
303-393-0304
303-388-1172
Contact: D.J. Iida or Sumi Hennesey

Asian American Psychological Association (AAPA)
3003 N. Central Avenue, Suite 103-198
Phoenix AZ 85012
602-230-4257
510-233-2997
http://www.west.asu.edu/aapa/
Contact: Reiko Homma True at rhtrue@aol.com
The Asian American Psychological Association (AAPA) is the major national organization for psychologists dedicated to serving the Asian American community.

Asian American Recovery Services
965 Mission Street, Suite 325
San Francisco, CA 94103-2921
415-541-9285
415-541-9986
http://www.aars-inc.org/
AARS is a community-based non-profit organization that provides substance abuse programs for the Asian and Pacific Islander communities of the San Francisco Bay Area. We are committed to reducing the incidence of substance abuse in the API community.

Asian Americans for Community Involvement
2400 Moorpark Ave # 300
San Jose, CA 95128-2680
408-975-2730
408-975-2745

Asian Americans United, Incorporated
801 Arch Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
215-925-1538
215-925-1539
AAU is a non-profit, community based organization dedicated to the empowerment of the Asian communities in Philadelphia, with an emphasis on poor and working class, and immigrant and refugee communities.

Asian Association of Utah
28 East 2100 South #102
Salt Lake City, UT 84115-1631
801-467-6060
801-486-3007
http://www.aau-slc.org/
Contact: aau@aau-slc.org
The Asian Association of Utah (AAU) was founded in 1977 to advocate equality for Utah's Asian Americans in areas of immigration, education, employment, housing, social adjustment, and all other socioeconomic concerns of the community.

Asian Community Mental Health Services
310-8th Street, Suite 201
Oakland, CA 94607
510-451-6729
510-268-0202
http://www.acmhs.org/
Contact: email@acmhs.org
Provides services tailored specifically to children, adolescents, adults, families, and seniors in the rapidly growing East Bay Asian Pacific community. ACMHS has pioneered a community-based and culturally-competent delivery system of specialized services that include supportive behavioral health care services, services to the developmentally disabled, substance abuse treatment, and prevention services for at-risk youth.

Asian Community Service Center
5302 Buford Highway, Suite B-3
Atlanta, GA 30340
770-936-0969
770-458-9377
Contact: Chaiwon Kim

Asian Pacific Against Substance Abuse
228 SE 160th Avenue
Portland, OR 97233
503-254-7467
503-254-7467
Contact: Victor Leo

Asian Pacific Community Counseling
5350 Power Inn Road, Suite A
Sacramento, CA 95820
916-383-6783
916-383-8488
Contact: APCC@ULINK.NET
A community-based, non-profit tax exempt organization which is a multicultural and multilingual staffed to serve Asian/Pacific Islander (API) communities.

The Austin Project/Neighborhood Advisory Council 
901 Neal Street 
Austin, TX 78702 
512-474-8007 

Australian Parents for Drug Free Youth
P.O. Box 73
Maryborough Queensland
AU 4650
07-41-233810
http://members.optusnet.com.au/~apfdfy
Contact: winner2@optusnet.com.au
Parent group for drug free youth.

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"Because I Love You" 
The Parent Support Group 

PO Box 2062 
Winnetka, CA 91396-4881 
310-659-5289 
bily1982@aol.com 
Organization with affiliates in 20 states dedicated to supporting parents with troubled children of any age.
http://www.becauseiloveyou.org

Behavioral Health Alcohol & Drug Abuse Programs
451 Hathaway Bldg. 4th Floor
Cheyenne, WY
307-777-7094
http://wdhfs.state.wy.us/WDH/default.htm

Belton ISD Parent Involvement Program 
Belton Independent School District 
Box 269 
400 East 4th Street 
Belton, TX 76513-4891 
254-933-4891 

Bill Pone Memorial Unit, Haight Ashbury Free Clinic
529 Clayton Street
San Francisco, CA 94117
415-565-1908
415-255-6706
http://www.hafci.org/detox/
The Haight Ashbury Free Clinics Drug Detox Program provides counseling as well as medical out-patient treatment for withdrawal symptoms of addiction.

Boise State University, Idaho RADAR Network Center
1910 University Drive
Boise, ID 83725
Contact: psawyer@bsu.idbsu.edu

Boys and Girls Clubs of America
1230 W. Peachtree Street, NW
Atlanta, GA 30309
404-815-5700
http://www.bgca.org
Boys & Girls Clubs of America's national programs have taken members from the Clubhouse to the White House; from the games room to the corporate boardroom; from the high school orchestra to Carnegie Hall. Boys & Girls Clubs of America has a lineup of tested and proven nationally recognized programs that address today's most pressing youth issues, teaching young people the skills they need to succeed in life.

Bureau of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services, Tennessee
Department of Health
12 th Floor Tennessee Tower, 312 8th Avenue N
Nashville, TN 37247-4401
615-741-1921
http://170.142.76.180/AandD/index.html

Bureau of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse, Department of Social and Health Services
PO Box 45330, 612 Woodland Square Loop SE Bldg. C
Olympia, WA 98504
206-438-8200
http://www.wa.gov/dshs/hrsa/hrsa2hp.html

Bureau of Substance Abuse, Department of Health and Welfare
PO Box 83720, 3rd Floor
Boise, ID 83720-0036
208-334-5935
http://www2.state.id.us/dhw/hwgd_www/oldhome.html

Bureau of Substance Abuse Services
250 Washington Street
Boston, MA 02108
617-624-5111
http://www.state.ma.us/dph/bsas/bsas.htm

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Californians for Drug-Free Youth 
909-585-7828 
CADFY has affiliations with prevention organizations throughout California.

Camp Fire, Inc. 
4601 Madison Avenue 
Kansas City, MO 64112 
816-756-1950
http://www.campfire.org/campfire_nf.html

Campaign Drug Free
800-554-4542
http://www.ncts.navy.mil/navresfor/cdf/drugfree.html
Contact: cdf@cnrf.nola.navy.mil
Now, the Naval, Marine and Coast Guard Reserve along with active duty members is attacking the demand side of the substance abuse equation with Campaign Drug Free.

Casa Esperanza Parent Alliance 
San Marcos Consolidated Independent School District 
500 West Hutchison 
San Marcos, TX 78666 
512-392-7547 

Center for the Improvement of Child Caring
11331 Ventura Blvd.
Suite 103
Studio City, CA  91604-3147
818-980-0903
http://www.ciccparenting.org/
The Center delivers a wide range of effective parenting classes including specially designed programs for specific cultural groups.

Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) 
1875 Connecticut Avenue, NW 
Suite 300
Washington, DC 20009 
www.cspinet.org

Center for Substance Abuse Prevention
5600 Fishers Lane, Rockwall II
Rockville, MD 20857
301-443-0365
http://www.samhsa.gov/csap/index.htm
Contact: nnadal@samhsa.gov
CSAP connects people and resources to innovative ideas and strategies, and encourages efforts to reduce and eliminate alcohol, tobacco, and illicit drug problems both in the United States and internationally. CSAP fosters the development of comprehensive, culturally appropriate prevention policies and systems that are based on scientifically defensible principles and target both individuals and the environments in which they live.

Center for the Application of Prevention Technologies
Central Region
Minnesota Institute of Public Health
2720 Highway 10
Mounds View, MN 55112
800-782-1878
www.ccapt.org
jjaker@miph.org
Serves North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, West Virginia, Michigan, Red Lake Chippewa Band

Center for the Application of Prevention Technologies (CAPT)
Northeast Region
Education Development Center, Inc.
55 Chapel Street
Newton, MA 02158-1060
888-332-2278
617-969-7100
http:// www.northeastcapt.org

Chicanos Por La Causa, Inc
1112 East Buckeye Road
Phoenix, AZ 85034
602-254-4827
www.cplc.org
Serving families throughout Arizona by helping them improve their quality of life through opportunities for better education, good employment, and quality, affordable housing.

Child Welfare League of America
440 First Street, NW, 3rd Floor
Washington, DC 20001-2085
202-942-0298
www.cwla.org
The League develops and promotes policies and programs to protect children and strengthen America’s families.

Children Now
1212 Broadway, 5th Floor
Oakland, CA 94612
510-763-2444
510-763-1974
Contact: cwashington@childrennow.org
http://www.childrennow.org
Children Now utilizes research and mass communications to make the well-being of children a top priority across the nation. The website includes a helpful section on talking with kids about drugs and other difficult topics.
http://www.talkingwithkids.org
"Talking with Kids about Tough Issues" is a national initiative by Children Now and the Kaiser Family Foundation to encourage parents to talk with their children earlier and more often about tough issues.

Chillicothe Challengers 
554 Park Lane 
Chillicothe, MO 64601 
Phone: 660-646-3222 
Fax: 660-646-7282 
http://www.chillicothechallengers.org/

Chinese American Service League
310 W 24th Place
Chicago, IL 60616-2230
312-808-7250
312-791-0509
Community based organization.

Chinese-American Planning Council
150 Elizabeth Street
New York , NY 10012
212-941-0920
212-966-8581
http://www.asianweb.net/news/english/capc.htm
CPC's mission is to improve the quality of life of Chinese Americans in New York City by providing access to services, skills and resources toward the goal of economic self sufficiency and integration into the community.

Circulo de Hombres 
YWCA 
405 N. St. Mary's, Suite 550 
San Antonio, TX 78205 
210-228-9922 

Club Drugs Website
http://www.clubdrugs.org
This site is sponsored by The National Institute on Drug Abuse and is an excellent source of information on the several drugs known as "club drugs" commonly used at "raves" and other large "dance clubs."

Coalition for Drug-Free Hawaii
1130 North Nimitz Highway, Suite A-259
Honolulu, HI 96817
808-545-3228
808-545-2686
http://www.planet-hawaii.com/drugfreehawaii/
Contact: cdfh@aloha.net
To reduce, and ultimately prevent, drug abuse in Hawaii by conducting on-going statewide educational campaigns, and by developing and promoting societal policies and practices that create and maintain drug-free homes, schools, workplaces and communities.

College Drinking Prevention
http://www.collegedrinkingprevention.gov

Commission on Children and Families
408 SW Monroe
Room 101
P.O. Box 3020
Corvallis, OR  97339-3020
541-757-6751
541-754-1602 fax
http://www.peak.org/benton-county/ccf/index.htm
joann.miller@co.benton.or.us

Communities in Schools 
Central Texas, Inc. 
HIPPY 
3000 South IH 35, Suite 200 
Austin, TX 78704 

Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America
901 N. Pitt Street, Suite 300
Alexandria, VA 22314
703-706-0560
703-706-0565
http://www.cadca.org/
Contact: webmaster@cadca.org
CADCA's mission is to create and strengthen the capacity of new and existing coalitions to build safe, healthy and drug-free communities. The organization supports its members with technical assistance and training, public policy, media strategies and marketing programs, conferences and special events.

Community Health Center of Akron, Ohio
725 E. Market Street
Akron, OH  44305
330-434-4141
http://www.commdrugbrd.org
Provides local services for compulsive and addictive disorders, health care, life skills development, prevention, wellness and rehabilitation.

Connect for Kids
The Benton Foundation
950 18th Street NW
Washington, DC 20006
www.connectforkids.org
ceciliag@benton.org

If you want to find out how to become more active in your community, check this website-based community connection.

Connecticut Clearinghouse
334 Farmington Avenue
Plainville, CT 06062
860-793-9791
Contact: info@ctclearinghouse.org
http://www.ctclearinghouse.org

Council on Alcohol and Drugs 
6045 Atlantic Blvd. 
Norcross, GA 30071 
770-239-7442 
Website: www.macad.org 
Contact: livedrugfree@macad.org 
The Council maintains a database of treatment facilities for the entire state of Georgia online.

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Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs
1700 K Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
916-445-0834
http://www.adp.cahwnet.gov/
Contact: tcervant@adp.cahwnet.gov
The Department, in partnership with county government and in cooperation with numerous private and public agencies, organizations, groups and individuals, provides leadership and coordination in the planning, development, implementation and evaluation of a comprehensive statewide alcohol-and-other-drug- abuse prevention, intervention, detoxification, recovery and treatment services delivery system.

Department of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse
100 West Randolph Street, Suite 5-600
Chicago, IL 60601
312-814-3840
http://www.state.il.us/agency/dhs/

Department of Health and Hospitals, Office of Prevention and Recovery from Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Baton Rouge
1201 Capitol Access Road
Baton Rouge, LA 70802
504-342-9354
http://www.dhh.state.la.us/OADA/Index.htm

Department of Human Services Division of Substance Abuse
120 North 200 West, Room 201
Salt Lake City, UT 84103
801-538-3939
801-538-4696
http://www.hsdsa.state.ut.us/
Contact: dirdsa@email.state.ut.us
The Division is charged with the responsibility of providing general information and research statistics to the public regarding the prevention and treatment of alcohol, meth or methamphetmine, marijuana, tobacco, heroin, cocaine, prescription drugs, and other kinds of drug use within the State of Utah.

Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation
PO Box 3710, 200 Interstate Park Drive
Montgomery, AL 36109-0710
205-271-9209
334-242-0684
http://www.state.al.us/services/sa/sa-main.html
The Department provides services in the areas of mental illness, mental retardation and substance abuse.

Department of Mental Health Substance Abuse Office of Substance Abuse Services
109 Governor Street, Room 146, PO Box 1797
Richmond, VA 23219
804-371-7564
http://www.dmhmrsas.state.va.us
The mission of the Department of Mental Health, Mental Retardation and Substance Abuse Services is to improve the quality of life for people with mental disabilities and substance abuse problems by providing the very best services possible, at minimal burden to the taxpayer.

Department of Mental Health, Division of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse
1101 Robert E. Lee Bldg., 239 North Lamar Street
Jackson, MS 39201
601-359-1288
601-359-6295
http://www.dmh.state.ms.us/
As the largest state agency, the Department of Mental Health provides a network of services to persons who experience problems with mental illness, alcohol and/or drug abuse, or who have mental retardation.

Department of Mental Health, Mental Retardation and Hospitals, Division of Substance Abuse
Cranston, RI 02920
401-462-4680
Primary responsibility for planning, coordinating and administering a comprehensive statewide system of substance abuse treatment and prevention activities.

Department of Public Health & Addiction Services Office of Substance Abuse
999 Asylum Avenue
Hartford, CT 06105
203-566-4145
http://www.dmhas.state.ct.us

Deputy Commissioner, Addiction Services, FSSA/Division of Mental Health
402-W Washington St., Room W353
Indianapolis, IN 46204
317-232-7816
http://www.state.in.us/fssa/HTML/PROGRAMS/2c.html


Developmental Research and Programs 
www.drp.org 
Programs for your community.

Developing Resources for Education in America, Inc.  (DREAM)
310 Airport Road
Suite D
Jackson, MS  39208
601-933-9199
800-233-7326
http://www.dreaminc.org
Offering prevention tools to educators and parents in Mississippi and throughout the country.

Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse
3800 East Highway 34, c/o 500 East Capitol
Pierre, SD 57501-5070
605-773-3123
Contact: HobyA@dhs.state.sd.us

Division of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse, Department of Health and Social Services
PO Box 110607
Juneau, AK 99811-0607
907-465-2071
907-465-2185
http://www.hss.state.ak.us/dada/
Contact: Loren_Jones@health.state.ak.us
The Division of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse (ADA) exists to promote the health, safety and well-being of Alaska's citizens by preventing and treating alcohol, other drug, and inhalant abuse.

Division of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse, Department of Human Services
1839 East Capitol Avenue, State Capitol
Bismarck, ND 58501-2152
701-224-2769
http://207.108.104.74/dhs/dhsweb.nsf/
Search the site for the prevention/abuse programs.

Division of Alcoholism, Drug Abuse and Addiction Services, Department of Health
CN 362
Trenton, NJ 08625
609-292-5760
http://www.state.nj.us/treasury/gcada/
Contact: BMH@doh.state.nj.us

Division of Alcoholism, Drug Abuse and Mental Health
1901 North DuPont Highway
New Castle, DE 19720
302-577-4660
http://www.state.de.us/dhss/irm/dadamh/dmhhome.htm
To improve the quality of life for adults having mental illness, alcoholism, drug addiction, or gambling addiction by promoting their health and well-being, fostering their self-sufficiency.

Dogs Against Drugs
1543 Cunningham Way
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
http://yofee.simplenet.com/
Contact: yofee@vdirect.net
Dogs Against Drugs is a volunteer organization serving children. It pays no salaries and has no overhead; the work is done in the volunteers' homes. It is staffed by Marty Schwartz, Yofee, two local volunteers, and several volunteers from around the world, via the Internet.

DREAM 
310 Airport Road #D 
Jackson, MS 39208 
601-933-9109 
Fax: 601-981-3955

Drug Abuse Section Department of Health Services
Division of Behavioral Health Services

2122 East Highland
Phoenix, AZ 85016
602-381-8996
http://www.hs.state.az.us/bhs

Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)
Information Services Section (CPI) 
2401 Jefferson Davis Highway 
Alexandria, VA 22301 
www.usdoj.gov/dea 
The website lists contact information for DEA domestic offices and current information on drugs of concern.

Drug-Free Youth Organization
790 Governor Carlos G. Camacho Road
Tamuningo, Guam 96911
671-647-5342
671-647-0276

Drug Free Youth In Town
16201 SW 95 Ave Suite 205
Miami, FL 33157
305-971-0607
bzohlman@dfyit.org
http://www.dfyit.org
Community-based youth-led groups encouraging drug awareness and community service.

Drug Testing News Website 
www.drugtestingnews.com 
Sponsored by the Drug and Alcohol Testing Industry Association, this website acts as a central source of information on drug and alcohol testing articles in the national media, federal and state government, the private sector, and the judicial system.

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East Bay Asian Youth Center (EBAYC)
2025 East 12th Street
Oakland, CA 94606
510-533-1092
510-533-6825
http://www.ebayc.org/
Contact: ebayc@lanminds.com
An independent community organization dedicated to inspiring and empowering youth and young adults, particularly Asian and Pacific Islanders, to help build a just and caring multi-cultural society.

Elks Drug Awareness Program
246 Beaver Point
Dadeville, AL 36852-2802
256-825-4690
256-825-4422
http://www.elks.org/drugs/default.cfm
Contact: dap@elks.org
               harry.tangen@att.net
Since its inception in 1983, the Elks Drug Awareness Program has worked to prevent drug use by our youth through education.  The Elks use their network as a natural distribution network for information provided by experts in the field of drug-abuse prevention.  This site will connect you to the Drug Awareness Chairman in your state who can provide free brochures for distribution in your community or school.

Essential Information for Parents
http://www.mcs.net/~kathyw/parent.html

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F.A.C.E.S. 
(Family Assessment Counseling and Educational Services) 
1966 East Chapman Avenue 
Suite G 
Fullerton, CA 92831 
714-879-9616 
Contact: maryfaces@home.com 
A nonprofit organization providing counseling services for individuals and the community. Offers parenting classes in English and Spanish.

Family Community Partnership 
Cherry Hill High School West PTA 
201 Chapel Avenue 
Cherry Hill, NJ 08002 
856-667-6584 
PATAMAQ@aol.com
 

Family Education 
www.familyeducation.com 
A broad range of information for parents and teachers of children in K-12.

Family Service 
2101 South 42nd Street 
Omaha, NE 68105-2929 
402-552-7447 
www.familyservicemidlands.org 
dbashara@familyservicemidlands.org 
Counseling agency in Omaha, NE with a evolving website focusing on parenting needs.

Fanny Meyers Hillers PTA 
56 Longview Avenue 
Hackensack, NJ 07601 
201-342-5831

F lorida Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association
1030 East Lafayette Street, Suite 100
Tallahassee, FL 32301-4559
850-878-2196
850-878-6584
http://www.fadaa.org
Contact: fadaa@fadaa.org

Florida Tobacco Control Clearinghouse
2035 E. Dirac Drive
Tallahassee, FL 32306-2800
877-682-3822
850-644-8257
http://www.ftcc.fsu.edu
Contact: ftcc@mailer.fsu.edu
Site sponsored by the Florida Department of Health, Office of Tobacco Control, focuses on news, publications and grants available to community groups.

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Garwood Parents Draw the Line 
242 3rd Avenue 
Garwood, NJ 07027 
908-789-2321 
GPDTLI@aol.com
 

Georgia Elks Association
3037 Charing Cross
Brunswick, GA 31525
912-264-1922
912-265-1097 (fax)

Girl Scouts Seal of Ohio Council
1700 Watermark Drive
Columbus, OH 43215
614-487-8101
Kathy Roper, Executive Director
http://www.sealofohio.org

Girls Incorporated 
120 Wall Street 
3rd Floor 
New York, NY 10005 
www.girlsinc.org 
The resource section of this website has fact sheets and tips for parents of girls.

Glassboro High School Teen Parent Support Group 
Parents Anonymous 
12 Rozel Road, Suite A-103 
Princeton, NJ 08540 
609-243-9779 
panjstress@aol.com 

Global Health Information 
This site, out of the federal Health and Human Services, addresses the link between domestic and international health issues including AIDS, malaria, tuberculosis, and tobacco use. http://www.globalhealth.gov

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren 
Sponsored by Informed Families 
2490 Coral Way 
Miami, FL 33145 
305-856-4886 
www.informedfamilies.org 
Support meetings held at several Miami-area locations.

Greenville Family Partnership
617 East McBee Ave. Post Office Box 10203
Greenville, SC 29603
864-467-4099
864-467-4102
http://www.gfpdrugfree.org/
Contact: prc@gfpdrugfree.org
Vital information needed to be aware of problems connected with tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs; and strategies to prevent substance abuse, violence, and other associated risky behaviors.

Growing Up Drug Free: A Parent's Guide to Prevention
http://prc-wwwserv.idap.indiana.edu/publications/federal/parguide.html

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Haddonfield PTA Parent Advisory/Action Committee 
45 Linden Avenue 
Haddonfield, NJ 08033 
856-429-5851 x224

Heroin Action Coalition 
PO Box 536 Hampstead, MD 21074 
410-833-5712 - for Information 
410-386-2424 - 24-hour Helpline 
www.heroinaction.org 
help@heroinaction.org 
Located in Carroll County, Maryland, the coalition provides a 24-hour helpline, links and support to families in Carroll County.

Higher Education Center for Alcohol & Other Drug Prevention
55 Chapel Street
Newton, MA 02458-1060
800- 676-173
617- 928-153
http://www.edc.org/hec/
Contact: HigherEdCtr@edc.org
The Higher Education Center for Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention is the nation's primary resource center for assisting institutions of higher education in developing and carrying out alcohol and other drug prevention programs on their campuses.

Hispanic Parents In Action 
508 East 8th Street 
Georgetown, TX 78626 
512-869-0563
 

Hmong American Partnership
1600 W. University Ave, Suite 12
St. Paul, MN 55104
651-642-9601
651-603-8399
http://www.hmong.org/
Contact: hapmail@hmong.org
Hmong American Partnership provides Self-Sufficiency and Youth/Family services to the Twin Cities area. Our site offers program descriptions, volunteer opportunities, donor information, and current events.

Home Health Testing 
1383 Carriage Hill Drive, SE 
Grand Rapids, MI 49508-6233 
800-211-6636 
www.saliva-testing.com 
A commercial site that has clear information describing the various types of drug testing.

Hoptcong Parent Support Group 
20 Westlake Court 
Somerset, NJ 08873

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Indian Health Service
5300 Homestead Road N.E.
Albuquerque, NM 87110
505-248-4121
505-248-4129
http://www.ihs.gov/MedicalPrograms/Alcohol/Index.asp
Seek the unique balance, resiliency, and strength of our American Indian and Alaska Native cultures are supported and enriched, we at the Indian Health Service Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Program strive to eliminate the disease of alcoholism and other drug dependencies and the associated pain it brings to individuals of all ages, families, villages, communities, and tribes.

Indiana Prevention Resource Center, Indiana University
2735 E 10th St Rm 110, Creative Arts Building
Bloomington, IN 47408-2606
812-855-1237
818-855-4940
http://www.drugs.indiana.edu/
Contact: drugprc@indiana.edu
The Indiana Prevention Resource Center at Indiana University is a statewide clearinghouse for prevention technical assistance and information about alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs for the State of Indiana.

Indochinese Community Center
1628 16th Street NW
Washington, DC 20009
202-462-4330
202-462-2774
Contact: indoccc@dc.infi.net
Community based non-profit organization provides educational and social services to refugees and new

Informed Families of Dade County
2490 Coral
Miami, FL 33145
305-856-4886
info@informedfamilies.org
www.informedfamilies.org
Florida NFP affiliate. Helping kids grow up safe, healthy and drug-free.

International Council on Alcohol and Addictions (ICAA)
Case postale 189
CH-1001 Lausanne, Switzerland
41213209865
41213209817
http://www.icaa.ch/
Contact: secretariat@icaa.ch
ICAA is an organization which brings together many national bodies and a wide range of professionals in different disciplines who exchange knowledge, ideas, advice, guidance, expertise, and research, facilitated by its conferences and other activities in the field of dependencies. It is a common endeavor shared by all those who care about human suffering and its alleviation.

Iowa Department of Public Health, Division of Substance Abuse and Health
321 East 12th Street, Lucas State Office Bldg. 3rd Floor
Des Moines, IA 50319
515-281-3641
http://idph.state.ia.us/sa.htm
The Division of Substance Abuse and Health Promotion handles a wide variety of activities, ranging from the licensure of substance abuse treatment centers to injury prevention, changes in life-style, reduced tobacco use and improved nutritional choices.

Iowa Substance Abuse Information Center, Cedar Radids
Public Library
500 First Street, SE
Cedar Rapids, IA 52401
319-398-5133

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Jack and Jill of America, Inc.
1101 Worthington Court
Virginia Beach, VA 23464
757-467-0474
www.jack-and-jill.org
For more than 60 years, jack and Jill has focused on improving the social and cultural environment of African-American children.

Jersey City Special Education Parents' Council 
2787 Kennedy Blvd., #4407 
Jersey City, NJ 07306 
201-795-9779 
dfvasquez@aol.com
 

Johnson County Task Force on Drug and Alcohol Abuse, Inc. 
PO Box 2784 
Shawnee Mission, KS 66201 
913-888-0943 
www.maxpages.com/coolteens 
Sponsors the Teen Advisory Council to combat drug use in the county.

Join Together
441 Stuart Street
Boston, MA 02116
617-437-1500
617-437-9394
http://www.jointogether.org
Contact: info@jointogether.org
Join Together, a project of the Boston University School of Public Health, is a national resource for communities working to reduce substance abuse.

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Kamehameha Schools Bernice Pauahi Bishop Estate
567 South King Street, Suite 200
Honolulu, HI 96813
808-541-5305
808-523-6200
http://www.ksbe.edu/
Contact: Webmaster@ksbe.edu
The Kamehameha Schools Bernice Pauahi Bishop Estate exists to carry out in perpetuity the wishes of Ke Ali`i Bernice Pauahi Bishop to educate children and youth of Hawaiian ancestry to become good and industrious men and women. This will be done through the Kamehameha Schools as resources permit.

Kansas Family Partnership 
2209 SW 29th Street 
Topeka, KS 66611 
785-266-6161 
www.kansasfamily.com 
ksfampart@kansasfamily.com
 
A community coalition formed to help Kansas parents keep their kids drug-free.

KEHSA's Parenting Group 
28 Fayson Lakes Road 
Kinnelon, NJ 07405 
973-283-0811 
PATTYDREW@aol.com 

KIDco/TADco 
814-461-6644 
www.epeervoices.com 
A collaboration between a Pennsylvania Youth Coalition and the Office of National Drug Control Policy provides a website that combines information about drugs, alcohol and tobacco with the opportunity for participating youth to talk with each other about issues of importance. Teens register at this site and must obtain parental permission.

Kid Source 
http://www.kidsource.com/ 
Good information for parents of children of all ages.

Kids in Crisis 
(serving children and families in Connecticut only) 
Emergency shelters for children whose family is in turmoil. 24-hour hotlines for kids and parents. 327-KIDS (Greenwich/Stamford) 
838-9483 (Norwalk area)
 info@kidsincrisis.org 
http://www.kidsincrisis.org

K.I.D.S. (Kids in a Drug-Free Society)
6515 George Washington Memorial Highway 
Suite 105 
Yorktown, VA 23692 
757-989-5317 
www.keepkidsdrugfree.com 
A coalition of the Public Relations Society of America, the Partnership for a Drug-Free America and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. There are regional offices in Atlanta, GA, Dallas, TX, Cleveland, OH, Indianapolis, IN, and Portland OR.

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Leadership To Keep Children Alcohol Free 
www.alcoholfreechildren.org 
Founded by The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism and The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to draw public attention to alcohol use among 9-t0-15 year-olds and to make prevention of alcohol use by children a national priority.

Lifescape.com
http://www.lifescape.com/
Contact: feedback@lifescape.com
A national behavioral health internet site.

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Mainely Parents
PO Box 231
1000 Shore Road
Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107
800-249-5506
207-767-5506
www.mainelyparents.org
For parents in the state of Maine. Offers a parent talkline and other programs.

The Medical Foundation, Prevention Support Services
95 Berkeley Street, Suite 201
Boston, MA 02116
617-451-0049
http://www.state.ma.us/dph/subskel.htm
Contact: mailto:strotier@ma.ultranet.com
Prevention Support Services: Develops and implements models and strategies for health improvement.

MELD - East 
Methodist Healthcare Ministries 
4507 Medical Drive 
San Antonio, TX 78229 
210-692-0234 

MELD - South 
Methodist Healthcare Ministries 
4507 Medical Drive 
San Antonio, TX 78229 
210-692-0234 

The Miami Coalition 
www.miamicoalition.org 
Committed to reducing the problems of drug abuse, addiction, and directly related social issues.

Michael's Message Foundation
PO Box 690453
Vero Beach, FL 32969
561-464-7612
http://www.michaelsmessage.org
mmf6183@aol.com

Michigan Resource Center
111 West Edgewood Blvd., Suite 11
Lansing, MI 48911
517-882-9955
http://www.mdch.state.mi.us/sub/mental_health/index.html
Contact: mrc@voyager.net

Minnesota Prevention Resource Center
2829 Verndale Avenue
Anoka, MN 55303
612-427-5310
612-427-7841
http://www.miph.org/mprc
Contact: mprc@miph.org
Toll free in Minnesota: 800-247-1303

Missouri Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse, DPHHS
1706 East Elm Street, PO Box 687
Jefferson City, MO 65102
314-751-4942
http://www.modmh.state.mo.us/ada/
Contact: dmhmail@mail.state.mo.us
The division provides funding for prevention, outpatient, residential, and detoxification services to community-based programs that work with communities to develop and implement comprehensive coordinated plans.

Moms Online 
www.momsonline.com 
Information especially for moms about parenting issues.

Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)
P.O. Box 541688
Dallas, TX 75354-1688
800-GET-MADD
http://www.madd.org
Contact: victims@madd.org
Focus is to look for effective solutions to the drunk driving and underage drinking problems, while supporting those who have already experienced the pain of these

MADD San Diego 
938 South Andreasen Drive 
Suite M 
Escondido, CA 92029 
760-746-6233 
info@maddsandiego.org 
www.maddsandiego.org 
Local Mothers Against Drunk Driving chapter for the San Diego area.

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Narcotics Anonymous - World Service Office in Los Angeles
PO Box 9999
Van Nuys, CA 91409
818-773-9999
818-700-0700
http://na.org/
Contact: info@na.org
Narcotics Anonymous is an international, community-based association of recovering drug addicts.

Narcotics and Alcohol Services for Addiction Recovery 
http://www.nasarecovery.com

Nashville Prevention Partnership
2612 Westwood Drive 
Nashville, TN 37204 
615-297-7635 
info@npp.org 
www.npp.org 
A community coalition bringing together parents and other interested community members.

National Alliance for Hispanic Health 
1501 Sixteenth Street NW 
Washington DC 20036-1401 
www.hispanichealth.org 
Good resource for health issues affecting Hispanic families

National Asian Pacific American Families Against Substance Abuse (NAPAFASA)
340 East 2nd Street, Suite 409
Los Angeles, CA 90012-2818
213-625-5795
213-625-5796
http://www.napafasa.org/
Contact: napafasa@apanet.org
Information and materials to assist Asian and Pacific Islander parents in protecting their children and youth against alcohol, tobacco and other addictive substances.

National Association for Children of Alcoholics
11426 Rockville Pike, Suite 100
Rockville, MD 20852
888-554-COAS
301-468-0987
http://www.health.org/nacoa/
Contact: nacoa@erols.com
Our mission is to advocate for all children and families (children of substance abusers, parental addiction, acoholic parents) affected by alcoholism and other drug

National Association for Children of Native Americans
1402 Third Avenue, Suite 1110
Seattle, WA 98101
800-322-5601
205-467-7689
Facilitating positive change in individuals and communities to break the intergenerational cycle of addiction among Native Americans.

National Black Child Development Institute
1023 15th Street, N.W., Suite 600
Washington, DC 20005
202-387-1281
202-234-1738
http://www.nbcdi.org/
Contact: moreinfo@nbcdi.org
To improve and protect the quality of life of African-American children and families.

The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University
152 West 57th Street, 12th Floor
New York, NY 10019-3310
212 841-520
http://www.casacolumbia.org/
A unique think/action tank that engages all disciplines to study every form of substance abuse as it affects our brains.

National Center for Tobacco-Free Kids 
1707 L Street NW 
Suite 800 
Washington, DC 20036 
202-246-5469 
Contact: Matthew Myers, President 
www.tobaccofreekids.org 
Site keeps you up-to-date on the tobacco settlement state-by-state. Good source for statistics on tobacco.

The National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information - SAMHSA's PREVLINE
P.O. Box 2345
Rockville, MD 20852
800-729-6686
301-468-6433
http://www.health.org/
Contact: info@health.org
Covers the latest information on substance abuse prevention and treatment. Information for the public and health professionals. Latest research findings. Daily related news articles. Special sections specifically for parents, teens, and youth.

National Clearinghouse on Families & Youth (NCFY)
PO Box 13505
Silver Spring, MD 20911-3505
301-608-8098
301-608-8721
http://www.ncfy.com
Contact: info@ncfy.com
Established by the Family and Youth Services Bureau, US Department of Health and Human Services, serves as a central information source on youth and family policy.

The National Coalition for Parent Involvement in Education (NCPIE)
3929 Old Lee Highway, Suite 91-A
Fairfax, VA 22030-2401
703-359-8973
703-359-0972
http://www.ncpie.org/
Contact: ferguson@ncea.com
NCPIE is dedicated to developing effective family/school partnerships in schools throughout America. Our mission is to advocate the involvement of parents and families in their children's education and to foster relationships between home, school, and community that can enhance the education of all our nation's young people.

National Coalition of Hispanic Health and Human Organization
1501 16th Street NW
Washington, DC 20036
202-387-500
202-797-4353
Contact: info@cossmho.org
Connecting communities and creating change to improve the health and well being of Hispanics in the United States.

National Congress of Parents and Teachers
330 North Wabash Avenue, Suite 2100
Chicago, IL 60611
800-307-4PTA
312-670-6783
http://www.pta.org
The National PTA is the oldest and largest volunteer association in the United States working exclusively on behalf of children and youth.

National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence 
20 Exchange Place 
New York, NY 10005 
212-269-7797 
800-NCA-CALL (24-hour affiliate referral line) 
www.ncadd.org

National Crime Prevention Council 
1000 Connecticut Avenue, NW 
13th Floor 
Washington, DC 20036 
202-466-6272 
www.ncpc.org 
Great resource for information on what you can do to make your community a safer place.

National Drug Prevention League
16 South Calvert Street
Baltimore, MD 20202
410-385-9094
410-385-9096
http://www.ndpl.org/
Contact: augustus@erols.com
The NDPL is working with Families, Schools Communities,Special Populations, Media, Research & Medicine--that working together we might prevent drug use.

National Drug Strategy Network
1225 I Street NW, Suite 500
Washington, DC 20009
202-842-2620
http://www.ndsn.org/
Contact: NDSN@ndsn.org
NDSN is made up of individuals and organizations around the world, and is supported by the Criminal Justice Policy Foundation, a privately funded, non-profit educational charity that endorses policies that promote solutions to problems facing the criminal justice system.

National Families in Action (NFIA)
Century Plaza II, 2957 Clairmont Road, Suite 150
Atlanta, GA 30329
404-248-9676
404-248-1312
http://www.nationalfamilies.org/
Contact: nfia@nationalfamilies.org
Information for families on drug effects, prevention, updates on latest scientific findings, surveys, and other information.

National Family Partnership of Alaska
PO Box 1069
Nome, AK 99762
907-443-5888
aknanook@aol.com

National Family Partnership, Informed Families Education Center
2490 Coral Way, Suite 501
Miami, FL 33145
800-705-9887
http://www.nfp.org/
Part of the Florida Family Partnership with the mission to help children grow up safe, healthy and drug-free. Also see http://www.redribbon.org

National Foundation for Abused and Neglected Children
P.O. Box 608134
Chicago, IL 60660-8134
http://gangfreekids.com/
Contact: nfanc@hotmail.com or Contact: gangfree99@hotmail.com
Provides information on parenting and prevention and treatment of child abuse and neglect.

National Hispano/Latino Community Prevention Network
P.O. Box 2215
Espanola, NM 87532
505-747-1889
505-747-1623
Contact: hmontoya@aol.com
Connects Hispanic and Latino parents with others working in communities. Focus on the power of family.

National Inhalant Prevention Coalition
2904 Kerbey Lane
Austin, TX 78703
800-269-4237
512-477-3932
http://www.inhalants.com
Contact: NIPC@io.com
Complete information for parents on the abuse of inhalants.

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)
6000 Executive Boulevard - Willco Building
Bethesda, MD 20892-7003
301-443-3860
301-480-1726
http://www.niaaa.nih.gov/
Contact: niaaaweb-r@exchange.nih.gov
Supports and conducts biomedical and behavioral research on the causes, consequences, treatment, and prevention of alcoholism and alcohol-related problems.

National Inhalant Prevention Coalition
 www.inhalants.org 
1201 W. Sixth Street Suite C-200
 Austin, TX 
800-269-4237 
Contact: nipc@io.com

The National Parenting Center 
www.tnpc.com 
Tips and connections for parents.

National Parent Information Network 
www.npin.org 
A project of the ERIC System, a part of the U.S. Department of Education.

National PTA
330 North Wabash Avenue
Suite 2100
Chicago, IL 60611
800-307-4782
Contact: info@pta.org
URL: www.pta.org/commonsense
Information to help parents raise alcohol- and drug-free children.

National Registry of Effective Prevention Programs
http://www.samhsa.gov/csap/modelprograms

National Research Center on Asian American Mental Health
Department of Psychology, University of California
One Shields Avenue
Davis, CA 95616-8686
530-752-1400
530-752-3747
http://psychology.ucdavis.edu/asianamerican/nrcaamh.htm
Contact: wvgabriel@ucdavis.edu
NRCAAMH was founded out of a need for programmatic research devoted to Asian Pacific American mental health concerns. The Center aims to contribute theoretical and applied research that will have a valuable impact on mental health policy and service delivery to Asian Pacific Americans.

Nebraska Council to Prevent Alcohol and Drug Abuse
650 J Street, Suite 215
Lincoln, NE 68508
402-474-0930
http://www.hhs.state.ne.us/
http://www.necouncil.org

Contact: nebraskacouncil@navix.net

Nebraska State Asset Building Coalition
308-237-5113 ext. 224
http://www.nebraskaassets.com
Information and technical assistance through prevention centers throughout the state of Nebraska.

Network International-Coalition for On-line Resources
Articles and directories for addictions, prevention, family, and other social issues.
http://www.ni-cor.com

Newark Parent Leadership Development Institute 
SPAN 
35 Halsey Street, 3rd Floor 
Newark, NJ 07102 
973-642-8100 x201 
span@bellatlantic.net 

North Carolina Alcohol and Drug Resource Center
3109A University Drive
Durham, NC 27707-3703
919-493-2881
Contact: dnprev@kih.net

North Dakota Prevention Resource Center
600 South 2nd Street, Suite 1E
Bismarck, ND 58504
Contact: soolsc@state.nd.us

Northern Plains Native American Chemical Dependency Association
P.O. Box 1153
Rapid City, SD 57709
605-341-5360
Contact: npna@rapidnet.com
A non-profit organization based in Rapid City, SD. It was founded in 1988 by counselors and administrators in the four state region of North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa and Nebraska to provide services to the professionals who work with Native American Alcoholics.

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Office of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Programs
103 South Main Street
Waterbury, VT 05671-1701
802-241-2170
http://www.state.vt.us/adap/adap.htm
The Office of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Programs (ADAP) was established to help Vermonters prevent, reduce and/or eliminate alcohol and other drug related problems.

Office of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Programs
68 Cherry Street, PO Box 70
Burlington , VT 05402-0070
802-651-1572
http://www.state.vt.us/adap/

Office of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Prevention
State Office Park, South
105 Pleasant Street
Concord, NH 603-271-6100
http://www.state.nh.us/dhhs/ofs/ofscstlc.htm

Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services
1450 Western Avenue
Albany, NY 12203-3526
518-485-1768
http://www.oasas.state.ny.us/
Contact: perryl@oasas.state.ny.us
The New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) administers the nation's most comprehensive system of services for substance abusing populations.

Office of Drug and Alcohol Programs, Department of Health
Health and Welfare Bldg., Room 809, PO Box 90
Harrisburg, PA 17108
717-787-9857
http://www.health.state.pa.us/php/SCA/default.htm

Office of Health Planning and Development
1660 L Street, NW, Suite 1100
Washington, DC 20036
202-673-7481

Office of National Drug Control Policy
http://www.whitehousedrugpolicy.gov/
Contact: ondcp@ncjrs.org
The principal purpose of ONDCP is to establish policies, priorities, and objectives for the Nation's drug control program, the goals of which are to reduce illicit drug use, manufacturing, and trafficking; drug-related crime and violence; and drug-related health consequences.
See also:  www.youcanhelpkids.org

Office of Prevention and Youth Services Addiction, Prevention and Recovery Administration
1300 1st Street NE, Room 309
Washington, DC 20002
202-727-0716

Office of Prevention Department of Services of Children, Youth and Their Families
1825 Faulkland Road
Wilmington, DE 19805
302-892-4513

Office of Substance Abuse, Prevention Division and Information Resource Center
159 State House Station, AMHI Complex, Marquardt Bldg.
Augusta, ME 04333-0159  
207-287-8900
207-287-8910
http://www.state.me.us/dmhmrsa/osa/
Contact: osa.ircosa@state.me.us
207-287-2595
TTY: 800-499-0027, Maine only or 207-287-8900
A specialty library with information for Maine residents on substance abuse, violence prevention and suicide prevention. Staff distributes print material, loans books and videos, and provides research and reference assistance for patrons state-wide. The collection will soon be searchable over the web. The IRC also houses the collection for the Maine Youth Suicide Prevention Initiative.
http://www.state.me.us/suicide/

Office on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention
5800 North 10th Street, Suite 907
Little Rock, AR 72204
501-280-4500
http://health.state.ar.us/
Contact: pbrown@mail.doh.state.ar.us
The mission of the Arkansas Department of Health is to assure conditions which encourage a healthier quality of life for people in the state.

Ohio Department of Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Services
280 North High Street
Columbus, OH 43215
614-466-7893
614 752-8645
http://www.state.oh.us/ada/main.html
The mission of the Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services is to "...promote, assist in developing, and coordinate or conduct programs of education and research for the prevention of alcohol and drug addiction and for the treatment, including intervention, of alcoholics and persons who abuse drugs of abuse.

The Ohio Prevention and Education Resource Center
224 Edwards One Bldg., PO Box 210105
Cincinnati , OH 45221-0105
513-556-0440
Contact: bonnie.hedrick@uc.edu

Oregon Partnership 
6443 SW Beaverton-Hillsdale Hwy 
Suite 200 
Portland, OR 97221 
503-244-5211 
www.orpartnership.org 
The Oregon affiliate of National Family Partnership

Oregon Prevention Resource Center
555 24th Place, NE
Salem, OR 97310
503-378-8000

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Padres de Ninos Especiales 
Catholic Family and Community Services 
24 DeGrasse Street 
Paterson, NJ 07505 
973-279-7100
 

Parent Smart
http://www.parentsmart.com
An Internet guide for parents to help them find the best and most helpful articles and information about how to help your child succeed in school.

www.parentstages.com 
Good information for parents on a wide variety of subjects.

Parent Soup
http://www.parentsoup.com/
Contact: http://www.parentsoup.com/feedback.html
Huge site made easy by offering sections categorized according to specific agegs of children.

Parenting Coalition
http://www.parentingcoalition.org/
Site links parenting resources and includes information on parent involvement, data and information on grandparents and much more.

Parenting Q&A
http://www.parenting-qa.com/
Contact: webmaster@parenting-qa.com
Expert answers to your Parenting Questions.  

Parenting Resources for the 21st Century
http://www.parentingresources.ncjrs.org
This site was developed with support from the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention and the Coordinating Council on Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. It has parenting information in 8 categories including Family Concerns/Substance Abuse.

Parenting Strategies for a Safer Tomorrow 
Sayen PTA 
3333 Nottingham Way 
Hamilton Square, NJ 08690 
609-890-1378

Parents Guide to the Internet
http://www.ed.gov/pubs/parents/internet

The Parents' Hub
White House Office of National Drug Control Policy
http://www.mediacampaign.org/parents/parents.html
Your Web gateway guide to keeping kids healthy and drug-free. Find out what drugs look like, how to find help, and how to talk to kids about making positive choices.

Parents Without Partners
1309 Maria Drive
Sulphur, LA 70663-5618
318-477-9245
318-477-6133
http://www.parentswithoutpartners.org/
Has resources and links for single parents.

Parents.com, G+J Publishing USA
375 Lexington Avenue
New York, NY 10017
212-499-2193
http://www.parents.com/
Interactive web site draws from several magazines and parenting experts. Archives articles from the source magazines.

ParentsPlace.com
http://www.parentsplace.com/
Good Q&A section by age group and subject.

Partnership for a Drug-Free America
405 Lexington Avenue
New York, NY 10174  
212-922-1560
212-922-1570
http://www.drugfreeamerica.org
Tips and resources for talking with kids both before and after they've started using drugs.

Play Clean.org
www.playclean.org
A website promoting anti-doping a practices and preventing youth drug use through sports. The site contains information for coaches and parents and is sponsored by the White House Office on National Drug Control Policy.

Prevention First (Illinois)
2800 Montvale Drive
Springfield, IL 62704
217-793-7354
217-763-7354
http://www.prevention.org
Contact: pfiweb@midwest.net
A non-profit organization that provides training and resources in areas of substance abuse prevention.

Prevention First (New Jersey) 
1806 Highway 35 
Oakhurst, NJ 07755 
732-663-1800 x15 
mpangelini@preventionfirst.net 
www.preventionfirst.net 
An organization dedicated to promoting drug-free communities and families in Monmouth County, NJ

Prevention Partners for Youth Development
Dept. of Mental Health, 10th Floor
421 Montgomery Street
Syracuse, NY 13202
315-435-3981
rkppyd@dreamscape.com

Prevention Partners, Inc.
 www.psquared.org 
Contact: drugslie@psquared.org 
A good site for parents struggling with difficult questions. Has a function that allows parents to send their child a supportive postcard via e-mail.

Prevlink
http://www.prevlink.org
A website by the Nebraska Council to Prevent Alcohol and Drug Abuse, this site has great information for all parents including a fact sheet on male adolescents and one on female adolescents. Their “Right Stuff” campaign materials can be used as part of any prevention program targeting middle-school children.

PRIDE Omaha 
3534 South 108th Street 
Omaha, NE 68144 
402-397-3309 
www.pride.org 
Houses one of the largest drug prevention resource centers.

PRIDE Surveys 
166 St. Charles Street 
Bowling Green, KY 42101 
800-279-6361 
www.pridesurveys.com 
For information on how your school can obtain and deliver the PRIDE survey. Also has information on drugs of abuse.

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Regional Drug Initiative
522 SW Fifth Avenue, Suite 1310
Portland, OR 97204
503-294-7074
503-294-7044
http://www.regionaldruginitiative.org/
Contact: larry@regionaldruginitiative.org
1-888-JOINRDI

Research and Development Institute
10303 Northwest Freeway #508
Houston, TX 77092
713-686-3717
713-686-4145
Contact: Martin Ha

Research and Information Clearinghouse
652 West 17th Street
Erie, PA 16502
814-459-0245
Contact: pensahic@erie.net

The Research Institute on Addictions (RIA)
1021 Main Street
Buffalo, NY 14203
716-887-2566
716-887-2252
http://www.ria.org/
Contact: webmaster@ria.org
A national leader in alcohol and substance abuse prevention, treatment, and policy research.

Residents Attacking Drugs (RAD) 
PO Box 188
Westminster, MD 21158 
www.heroinkills.com 
The website features a film produced depicting a young victim of heroin abuse.

Runnemede PTA 
15 Ferndale Drive 
Runnemede, NJ 08078 
856-939-0148
gmb2mgd@aol.com 

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Safe Homes 
Erie County Council for the Prevention of Alcohol and Substance Abuse 
4255 Harlem Road 
Amherst, NY 14226 
Phone: 716-839-1157

San Diego Prevention Coalition
1010 Second Avenue
Suite 1900
San Diego, CA 92101
619-557-6635
www.sdpc.org
A countywide ATOD prevention organization focused on linking prevention activities in order to promote healthier communities.

Scotch Plains - Fanwood PTA 
7 Allenby Lane 
Scotch Plains, NJ 07076 
908-322-4551 
Aleiorex@home.com
 

Scott Newman Center
6255 Sunset Boulevard, Suite 71  
Los Angeles, CA 90028
http://www.scottnewmancenter.org/
Contact: nancy@scottnewmancenter.org
The Scott Newman Center is dedicated to the prevention of substance abuse through education. The Center continues to develop innovative, research/based drug prevention materials and projects which target families.

Security On Campus, Inc. 
601 South Henderson Road 
Suite 205 
King of Prussia, PA 19406
 Hotline: 888-251-7959 
610-768-9330 
www.campussafety.org 
hclery@campussafety.org
 
Good source of prevention tips for college students and their parents.

Silverton Together 
PO Box 114 
Silverton, OR 97381 
503-873-0405 
www.open.org/silvtog 
Working together for the health and well-being of our families, children and community.

SOS National Clearinghouse
5521 Grosvenor Boulevard  
Los Angeles, CA 90066
310-821-8430
310-821-2610
http://www.secularhumanism.org/sos/
Contact: sosla@loop.com
SOS is an alternative recovery method for those alcoholics or drug addicts who are uncomfortable with the spiritual content of widely available 12-Step programs. SOS takes a reasonable, secular approach to recovery and maintains that sobriety is a separate issue from religion or spirituality.

South Carolina Commission of Alcohol and Drug Abuse
3700 Forest Drive, Suite 300
Columbia, SC 29204
803-734-9520
http://www.daodas.state.sc.us/
Contact: epeters@daodas.state.sc.us

South Cove Community Health Center
855 Washington Street
Boston, MA 02111
617-482-7555
http://www.qsii.com/home/CP-SCC.htm
South Cove Community Health Center, founded in 1972, was established to provide bicultural health care to Asian immigrants and refugees in the greater Boston area.

South Euclid and Lyndhurst Parent Network 
Memorial Jr. High School 
1250 Professor Road 
South Euclid, OH 44124 
http://www.selpn.com 
Contact: selpn@prodigy.net 
A free resource library funded by local government, businesses and residents in the South Euclid and Lyndhurst communities.

Southeast Region Center for the Application of Prevention Technologies
DREAM
310 Airport Road
Suite D
Jackson, MS 39208
800-233-7326
601-933-9199
http://www.secapt.org
charlotted@secapt.org

Southwest Regional Center for the Application of Prevention Technologies
Southwest Prevention Center
University of Oklahoma
555 Constitution Street, Suite 132
Norman, OK 73072
800-853-2572
405-325-1454
http://www.swcapt.org
molowther@ou.edu

State Alcohol and Drug Programs Office
1178 Chemeketa Street, NE #102
Salem, OR 97310
503-378-2163
http://www.oadap.hr.state.or.us/

State of Nevada - Department of Human Resources - Health Division - Bureau of Alcohol and Drug Abuse
505 East King Street, Room 500
Carson City, NV 89710
775-684-4190
775-684-4185
http://www.health2k.state.nv.us/bada
Contact: mcanfiel@govmail.state.nv.us

Stop Teenage Addiction to Tobacco Northeastern University
360 Huntington Avenue 
241 Cushing Hall
Boston, MA 02115
617-373-7828
617-369-0130
http://stat.org
Contact: info@stat.org
STAT is a national organization founded in 1985. Our mission is to end childhood and teenage addiction to tobacco. We believe this goal can be achieved through making youth full partners in our tobacco prevention.

StopDrugs.Org
http://www.stopdrugs.org/
Contact: hedrics@hdcdoknet.state.ca.us
Produced through a partnership of the California Narcotic Officers' Association; features information provided by the California Attorney General's Office.

Students in Action
www.studentsinaction.org 
Helps college and university students mobilize and educate other students on their campuses to prevent drug abuse.

Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration
Room 12-105 Parklawn Building, 5600 Fishers Lane
Rockville, MD 20857
301-443-4795
301-443-0284
http://www.samhsa.gov/
Contact: info@samhsa.gov
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration is the Federal agency charged with improving the quality and availability of prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation services in order to reduce illness, death, disability, and cost to society resulting from substance abuse and mental illnesses.

Substance Abuse Bureau, Behavioral Health Services Division
1190 St. Francis Drive, Harold Runnels Bldg., Room N3200
Santa Fe, NM 87502
505-827-2601

Substance Abuse Division
100 Fairoaks Lane, 4th Floor, 4E-D
Frankfort, KY 40621
502-564-2880
http://dmhmrs.chr.state.ky.us/
To provide policy direction, program funding and program monitoring for substance abuse prevention and treatment programs, including administration of the Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant, statewide administration of DUI education and treatment programs, conduct of the substance abuse treatment needs assessment program, developments coordination of planning and evaluation activities.

Substance Abuse Prevention, Treatment and Recovery
Docking State Office Building
915 S.W. Harrison, 10th Floor
Topeka, Kansas 66612-1570
785-291-3326
785-296-7275 (f)
dxmd@srskansas.org

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Team H.O.P.E.
www.teamhope.org
apotash@ncmec.org
800-306-6311
A parent support network for families with missing children.

Tennessee Statewide Clearinghouse for Alcohol, Tobacco and Drug Information<br> Dr. R.S. Gass Bldg., 630 Hart Lane, Suite 100
Nashville, TN 37216
615-532-3579
615-262-6144
http://www.tnclearinghouse.com/
Contact: mail@tnclearinghouse.com
The Tennessee Statewide Clearinghouse is a private non-profit organization funded by the Tennessee Department of Health. The purpose of the Clearinghouse is to provide individuals, agencies, and organizations in Tennessee with resources relevant to alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs and general health related issues.

Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse
9001 North IH35, Suite 105
Austin, TX 78753
512-349-6642
http://www.tcada.state.tx.us/
Contact: Laura_Haneman@tcada.state.tx.us
The mission of the Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse is to provide the leadership and resources needed to prevent our children from using drugs, to help persons who are addicted recover and to protect our families and communities from the dangers of drug abuse.

Thomas Guide to Congress 
Use this guide to locate your representative or senator by mail, email, telephone or to check their website. 
http://thomas.loc.gov

TOUGHLOVE International
P.O. Box 1069
Doylestown, PA 18901
800-333-1069
215-348-9874
http://www.toughlove.org/
Contact: service@toughlove.org
TOUGHLOVE International is an international network of non-profit, self-help parent support groups for parents having difficulties with the behaviors of children.

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U.S. Department of Education 
Safe and Drug-Free Schools 
400 Maryland Avenue, SW 
Washington, DC 20202 
800-USA-LEARN 
customerservice@inet.ed.gov
 
http://www.ed.gov/offices/OESE/SDFS/ 
The Federal Government's primary vehicle for reducing the use of violence and alcohol, tobacco and other drugs through education and prevention in the nation's schools.

Union of Pan Asian Communities (UPAC)
1031 25th Street
San Diego, CA 92102-2102
619-235-4282
619-235-4607

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Volunteers of America 
1660 Duke Street 
Alexandria, VA 22314-3421 
800-899-0089
703-341-5000 
voa@voa.org
 
www.voa.org 
A national nonprofit spiritually based organization providing local human services programs and the opportunity for individual and community involvement.

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Washington Asian Pacific Islander Families Against Substance Abuse
10230 59th Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98178
206-720-5383
206-461-8363
Contact: Elaine Ishihara

Web of Addictions
http://www.well.com/user/woa/
Contact: AHomer@coin.org
The Web of Addictions is dedicated to providing accurate information about alcohol and other drug addictions.

West Virginia Library Commission
1900 Knawha Blvd. East
Charleston, WV 25305-0620
304-558-0950

West Virginia Office of Behavioral Health Services
State Capitol Complex, Bldg. 6, Room 738
Charleston, WV 25305
304-558-2276
http://www.wvdhhr.org/obhs

Western Regional Center for Application of Prevention Technologies (CAPT)
University of Nevada, Reno
Mail Stop 279
Reno, NV 89557
775-852-1281
jhogan@unr.edu
http://www.westcapt.org

White Bison, Inc. 
6145 Lehman Drive 
Suite 200 
Colorado Springs, CO 80918 
719-548-1000 
www.whitebison.org 
American Indian nonprofit established in 1988 with a vision of bringing 100 Indian communities into healing by 2010.

Wisconsin Clearinghouse for Prevention Resources
1552 University Avenue
Madison, WI 53705-4085
608-262-9157
608-262-6346
http://www.uhs.wisc.edu/wch/
Contact: nkendall@facstaff.wisc.edu
The Wisconsin Clearinghouse for Prevention Resources provides educational materials, prevention services, and information to help promote resiliency and to build healthy individuals, families, and communities.

Women for Sobriety
P.O. Box 618
Quakertown, PA 18951-0618
215-536-8026
http://www.womenforsobriety.org/
Contact: NewLife@nni.com
A non-profit organization dedicated to helping women overcome alcoholism and other addictions.

Workplace Managed Care (WMC) Substance Abuse Prevention and Early Intervention
Division of Workplace Programs, 5600 Fishers Lane,
Rockwall II Bldg., Room 815
Rockville, MD 20857
301-443-6780
301-443-3031
http://wmcare.samhsa.gov/
Contact: info@wmcare.samhsa.gov
The initiative supports a three-year study to discern which substance abuse prevention and early intervention programs are effective in reducing the incidence and prevalence of substance abuse in workplace and managed care settings. CSAP issued nine CSAP WMC cooperative agreements to analyze retrospective and prospective data.

Wyoming Chemical Abuse Research and Education
PO Box 3374 University Station
Laramie, WY 82071-3374
307-766-4119
Contact: wyocare@uwyo.edu

www.americanlegacy.org
Organization formed as a result of the Master Settlement Agreement with tobacco manufacturers. Its goals include reducing teen tobacco use.

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YMCA of the USA 
101 North Wacker Drive 
Chicago, IL 60606 
www.ymca.net 
Use this site to find a local YMCA.

YWCA of the USA 
Empire State Building 
350 Fifth Avenue 
New York, NY 10118 
www.ywca.org 
Use this site to find a local YWCA.

www.youcanhelpkids.org 
Links for business and civic club leaders looking for ways to help keep kids off drugs. Sponsored by the Federal Office of National Drug Control Policy.

Youth to Youth International
700 Bryden Road
Columbus, OH 43215
614-224-4506
http://www.y2yint.com
Contact: general@y2yint.com
A comprehensive year-round program that includes: personal growth and decision making, drug education, positive peer support for choosing to be drug-free, exposure to ideas that really work.

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