www.emeryvillehealthandwellness.com - The Emeryville Health & Wellness Center is a multi-practitioner center offering a variety of integrative health and wellness services. They believe that to achieve optimal health, prevention and treatment programs need to be individualized to meet each persons' specific needs. Winner of the 2010 Bay List Award.

www.centerforclinicalexcellence.com - ICCE: the International Center for Clinical Excellence. This is Scott D. Miller's website and organization. Find info on FIT and other feedback measures here.

www.heartandsoulofchange.com -  Barry Duncan's website for his Heart and Soul of Change Project.  Full of great articles, info on trainings, and the outcome measure PCOMS (now an evidence-based practice) can be found here.

www.drinkerscheckup.com - Reid Hester, PhD, is a professor and researcher at the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, as well as Motivational Interviewing practitioner, and a friend to both harm reduction and 12-Step. Check out this website for more on his innovative assessment!

www.checkupandchoices.com - If you're wondering about your alcohol and other drug use, this site might be useful to see if you could benefit from more help.


www.anypositivechange.org - The web site for Chicago Recovery Alliance, one of the nation's largest needle exchange programs and Dan Bigg.

harmreductiontherapy.org -The web site for the Center for Harm Reduction Therapy in San Francisco, Oakland, and San Jose.  Dr. Patt Denning & Jeannie Little founded the center and are its directors.  CHRT is the only counseling center in the Bay Area devoted entirely to harm reduction and the first harm reduction licensed alcohol & drug rehabilitation clinic in the State of California.

motivationalinterviewing.org - This is the site for further information on MI as well as to find the latest research and to search for a MINT trainer in your area.

www.harmreduction.org - This is the home site of the Harm Reduction Coalition in NYC and Oakland. Go here to find out the latest on what's happening in harm reduction.

drugpolicyalliance.org - This is the home of DPA whose new Executive Director is Maria McFarland Sánchez-Moreno. The Alliance is the nation's leading organization working to end the war on drugs and more.

www.motivationandchange.com - Drs. Jeffrey Foote and Carrie Wilkens (authors, Beyond Addiction) website for science-based treatment for individuals and families.

www.habitdoc.com - Dr. Marc Kern's site for science-based addiction treatment.

www.centerforoptimalliving.com - Harm Reduction Psychotherapy and Training. Dr. Andrew Tatarsky's New York City organization offering psychotherapy, counseling and professional training in an integrative approach to harm reduction psychotherapy for the broad range of drug and alcohol problems.

Alternatives to 12- Step (many hold in person meetings and all have online options)

www.refugerecovery.org (a Buddhist path to which all are welcome)

www.smartrecovery.org (based in cognitive-behavioral therapy; run by professional)

www.womenforsobriety.org (help for women based on positive change using meditation, groups, nutrition and more)

www.lifering.org (based on "3 S's": sobriety, secularity, and self-help)

www.moderation.org (the only free support group for those who want some help moderating their alcohol use or are curious about such)

www.drcarlhart.com:  Activist, Professor; Author, “High Price: A Neuroscientist's Journey of Self-Discovery That Challenges Everything You Know About Drugs and Society.”

www.fdp.org:  Families for Sensible Drug Policy.  A different look at support, treatment issues, and real hope for families and other like-minded individuals.  “Bringing our communities together to embrace
enlightened drug policy–empowering families, restoring health, and saving lives.”

www.familieshealingtogether.com: “We are a network of people who believe in mental health recovery.”  Founded by Krista MacKinnon.

https://fds.org.nz.  Family drug support New Zealand.  Partners with Tony Trimingham (AUS) and Families for Sensible Drug Policy (FSDP) (US)