- A New PATH (Parents for Addiction Treatment and Healing)
A New PATH works to reduce the stigma associated with addictive illness through education and to advocate for therapeutic rather than punitive drug policies.
- Alcoholics Anonymous®
AA is a fellowship of people who share their life experiences with others to help solve their common problems to recover from
- Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery (CCAR)
A community of persons in recovery, family members, friends, and allies, CCAR is organized to put a positive face and voice on recovery from substance use disorders.
- Drug Policy Alliance
Nation’s leading organization working to end the war on drugs and promote new drug policies.
- Faces & Voices of Recovery
Faces & Voices of Recovery is a national organization of individuals and organizations joining together to support local, state, regional and national recovery advocacy.
- Harm Reduction Coalition (HRC)
A national advocacy and capacity-building organization that promotes the health and dignity of individuals and communities impacted by drug use.
- Helping Others Live Sober
A resource for professionals and people who are in addiction recovery, the website includes a variety of resources including a forum for sharing recovery stories.
- Legal Action Center
The Legal Action Center is the only non-profit law and policy organization in the U.S. whose sole mission is to fight discrimination against people with histories of addiction, HIV/AIDS, or criminal records, and to advocate for sound public policies in these areas.
- Maine Alliance for Addiction Recovery
The Maine Alliance for Addiction Recovery is a grassroots alliance of individuals who support recovery. Its purpose is to initiate change in legislation and resource allocation, raise awareness through public acknowledgment, and promote support by sharing the experiences of recovering people, their families, and friends.
- Marijuana Anonymous World Services
Marijuana Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share a desire to stop using marijuana by using the basic 12 steps of recovery founded by Alcoholics Anonymous.
- MARS Medication-Assisted Recovery Services™
The MARS™ Project is a peer-initiated and peer-based recovery support project sponsored by the National Alliance of Medication-Assisted (NAMA) Recovery.
- NAMA Recovery of Tenneesee
This site is dedicated to raising awareness & dispelling the misinformation and stigma that too often plagues medication-assisted treatment for opioid addiction. It is the Tennessee Statewide and Northwestern Georgia Chapter of the National Alliance for Medication Assisted (NAMA) Recovery.
This organization provides support for families and friends of drug users.
- Narcotics Anonymous
An international, community-based association of recovering narcotic users worldwide.
- National Alliance for Medication Assisted Recovery (NAMA)
NAMA is an organization composed of methadone patients and health care professionals worldwide with a network of international affiliated organizations and chapters in the U.S.
- NCADD-New Jersey, Inc.: Friends of Addiction Recovery-New Jersey (FOAR-NJ)
This organization promotes recovery and builds leadership skills and capacity in the recovery community in New Jersey.
- Nicotine Anonymous
A program offering support to people trying to quit smoking.
- Physicians and Lawyers for National Drug Policy
Evidence-based support for education about addiction and promoting treatment efforts.
- SMART Recovery®
SMART Recovery® (Self-Management and Recovery Training) helps people recover from all types of addictive behaviors, including: drug abuse, gambling, and addiction to other substances and activities.
- Stamp Out Stigma
Stamp Out Stigma is an initiative spearheaded by the Association for Behavioral Health and Wellness (ABHW) to reduce the stigma surrounding mental illness and substance use disorders.
- The Virginia Substance Abuse and Addiction Recovery Alliance (SAARA)
SAARA is a community-based grassroots membership organization of individuals in recovery from alcohol and other drug addiction, their families, friends, and committed community supporters.
- Treatment Alternatives For Safer Communitites (TASC)
TASC advocates for people in courts, jails, prisons, and child welfare systems who need treatment for alcohol/drug and mental health problems.