Non-Profit Organizations

Partnership to End Addiction (formerly Partnership for Drug-Free Kids): Partnership to End Addiction is a non-profit organization that provides resources, support, and advocacy to families dealing with substance use disorders. They offer a helpline, online tools, and educational materials to help parents and caregivers prevent and address drug use among young people. 

National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD): NCADD is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness and providing resources for individuals and families affected by alcoholism and drug dependence. They offer educational programs, advocacy efforts, and referral services to connect individuals with treatment and support. 

Faces & Voices of Recovery: Faces & Voices of Recovery is an advocacy organization that promotes recovery from addiction and supports individuals in their journey to sobriety. They work to eliminate barriers to recovery, raise awareness, and provide resources for those seeking help. 

National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP): NAATP is a non-profit membership organization that represents addiction treatment providers across the United States. They promote high-quality, ethical addiction treatment and advocate for policies that support access to effective care. 

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA): SAMHSA, mentioned earlier, is a government agency, but it also provides funding and support to many non-profit organizations working in the field of substance abuse prevention, treatment, and recovery. SAMHSA's website offers a search tool to find local treatment providers and resources. 

Drug Policy Alliance (DPA): The Drug Policy Alliance is a non-profit organization focused on promoting drug policies that prioritize public health, human rights, and social justice. They advocate for evidence-based approaches, harm reduction strategies, and alternatives to incarceration. 

SMART Recovery: SMART Recovery is a non-profit organization that offers a science-based, self-help program for individuals seeking recovery from addiction. Their approach combines cognitive-behavioral techniques, motivational interviewing, and support group meetings.