Welcome to Indiana Addictions Issues Coalition
Addiction, whether to drugs, alcohol, tobacco
or involving other substances or actions, is a disease that can be effectively
allowing individuals and those around them to recover their lives.
The Coalition is a broad-based, diverse,
not-for-profit organization that advocates on behalf of people with addictive disorders. Our
mission is to promote recovery through advocacy, public education and service.
NEW RESOURCES FROM NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF DRUG ABUSE
NIDA has developed step-by-step guides for people with loved
ones who might have an addiction disorder, or for people seeking to help themselves.
They are in simple "Q and A" format, and include easy-to-understand
These guides focus on the steps needed to:
- determine if a person needs treatment
- how to find it; what happens in treatment
- how to find help paying for it
- privacy issues
- and more!
We've added a link from our TREATMENT page. You can also find them here
on the NIDA website
Note that these guides are customized into 4 categories:
1. teens seeking help
2. adults seeking help
3. parents / guardians seeking help for their teen or young adult child
4. people trying to help an adult loved one
Please spread the word about these useful guides, and look for a Spanish language
Working Together Works and Know Your Own Recovery
Check out our various statewide events and training on our EventBrite page,
where you will be able to RSVP! Upcoming workshops in Fort
more information click here...
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The IAIC is a subsidiary of Mental Health America of Indiana
Kim Manlove : Director
1431 N. Delaware St. Indianapolis, IN 46202
317-638-3501 ext 231