Important links

Faces and Voices of Recovery

a national 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to organizing and mobilizing the over 23 million Americans in recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs, our families, friends, and allies into Recovery Community Organizations (RCO’s) and networks, to promote the right and resources to recover through advocacy, education, and demonstrating the power and proof of long-term recovery.

Georgia Council on Substance Abuse

a non-profit organization that believes recovery happens in communities and neighborhoods where people live. Their mission is to increase the impact of recovery in Georgia’s communities through education, advocacy, and training.

CMC: Center for Motivation and Change

a group of dedicated medical professionals who rely on science and kindness to provide more effective, evidence-based, and respectful treatment for people struggling with substance use, and their families. CMC recognizes that one size does not fit all and that there are many paths to long-term recovery and change.

In an effort to ensure as many people as possible have access to evidence-based resources, regardless of their ability to pay, or where they live, CMC has embraced the internet as one way to help people attain these resources:
Beyond Addiction: How Science and Kindness Help People Change

Beyond Addiction: How Science and Kindness Help People Change is written for the families and friends of loved ones suffering with substance use disorders. It offers hope and outlines how you can help them choose to initiate treatment and recovery without their having to “hit rock bottom” or you “enabling”.

 

The 20 Minute Guide

The 20 Minute Guide is a FREE online resource for parents to help change their children’s substance use. There is also a guide for spouses and/or partners, as well as their YouTube Channel videos.

The Beyond Addiction Show with Dr. Josh King

The Beyond Addiction Show with Dr. Josh King is a weekly live show with experts in the field of addiction and co-occurring disorders, and people who are working to change the conversation surrounding substance abuse.