This is a list of Website you may find helpful.
Resources on this website, including publications, treatment centers and individual providers are provided as a community service to help you find needed information to determine a course of action.
You’ll notice sometimes sites won’t agree 100% on a course of action.
The information or services offered may not be appropriate in your situation. Please discuss your personal needs with your health care provider.
Heroin Doesn’t Care Facebook Page– Our Facebook page.
How to Quit Heroin – Page after page of good information
Heroin.net – Highly recommended webpage. Information about heroin, addiction, detox, treatment, types of rehab programs, long-term recovery and more.
Casey’s Law Ohio – An involuntary treatment act for those who suffer from the disease of addiction.
Casey’s Law KY – How to get court ordered involuntary treatment (potentially at no cost) for your loved one’s disease of drug and/or alcohol addiction
Gabriel Project – An outreach focusing on four projects; Stay Clean Project, Hope Project, break the Silence Project, Intervene Project.
To learn more about heroin and other drugs of abuse, visit the NIDA Web site at www.drugabuse. gov or contact the DrugPubs Research Dissemination Center at 877-NIDA-NIH (877-643-2644; TTY/TDD: 240-645-0228).
What’s on the NIDA Web Site
Information on drugs of abuse and related health consequences
NIDA publications, news, and events
Resources for health care professionals
Funding information (including program announcements and deadlines)
Links to related Web sites (access to Web sites of many other organizations in the field)
NIDA Web Sites
Information on heroin and addiction is also available through these other Web sites:
Medication-Assisted Treatment for Opioid Addiction: www.drugabuse.gov/publications/topics-in-brief/medication-assisted-treatment-opioid-addiction
Medication-Assisted Treatment for Opioid Addiction: www.samhsa.gov/samhsaNewsLetter/Volume_17_Number_5/TreatingOpioidAddiction.aspx