Online Resources

NCADA is the place to turn for matters related to alcohol and drugs.

A drug abuse prevention, intervention, treatment and recovery resource to help parents and caregivers effectively address alcohol and drug abuse with their teens and young adults.

Current industry news concerning legal cases, new technologies, substance abuse prevention and business practices.

A service of the National Institute on Drug Abuse offering information on increasingly popular “club drugs” such as MDMA (Ecstasy), GHB, Rohypnol, ketamine, methamphetamine and LSD.

Devoted to helping reduce substance abuse and gun violence.

Drug and alcohol treatment resources

Helping individuals suffering from substance abuse, and working to prevent new cases

Drugs and Human Performance Fact Sheets

From National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

Office of Drug & Alcohol Policy & Compliance


Prescription for Disaster: How Teens Abuse Medicine

This guide will help the reader understand and identify the current medications teens abuse. It is not all-inclusive and every dosage unit or generic form of the medications cannot be listed due to space constraints and the frequent introduction of new drugs.

Comprehensive treatment for those tired of living a life centered on drugs or alcohol, who are ready to get their lives back together.

Nationwide directory of Employee Assistance Program and Substance Abuse Professional providers and consultants in the United States.

National clearinghouse for alcohol and drug information.

The Secretary of Transportation established the Office of Drug and Alcohol Policy and Compliance to develop policy, provide guidance and offer consultation on drug and alcohol issues within the transportation industry.

Drug and Alcohol Rehabs

Consumer Affairs’ guide to evaluating drug and alcohol rehab facilities

ACLS Training Center

Effects of Illegal Drugs on the Heart

Dangers of Study Drugs in College

College can leave students feeling overwhelmed and overworked. Students may turn to study drugs–misused prescription stimulants–to help them get through their work. However, study drugs aren’t the miracle drugs they are sometimes made out to be.