Self Help Resources - Indiana Addictions Issues Coalition (IAIC)
Twelve Step Resources
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
Narcotics Anonymous (NA) [Indiana
Alanon & Alateen
Sex Addicts Anonymous [Indiana SAA]
V-Recover A virtual recovery web site support network based out of Bloomington, Indiana
Network of information and referral services that enables anyone in Indiana
in need of human services to have quick referrals
Assists individuals struggling with drug addiction and alcoholism find help
that best suits their needs
Resources from the Central Indiana Human Services Database (select "Addiction
Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library, in partnership with Connect2Help,
provides this database of area health and human services as a free service to
the community. Connect2Help's mission is to facilitate connections between people
who need human services and those who provide them.
A nonprofit corporation partnered with communities to provide care management
and builds a network of resources into a system of care to change lives
Cognitive Recovery is a demonstrable program to recover from addiction. It can
be used as a standalone system for addiction/alcoholism recovery or as a powerful,
self-actualizing supplement to other programs, such as AA/NA.
Drug Free Marion
Plans, promotes, implements and coordinates community efforts to prevent and
reduce the abuse of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs among youth and adults
Online Guide to Mutual Aid Resources (Faces and Voices of Recovery)
Check out FAVOR's new and updated Guide to Mutual Aid Resources featuring over
50 mutual aid groups. Find out about the many varieties of online and in-person
mutual aid groups. A special thanks to the committee that has worked so hard
to develop and maintain this resource.
and ReEntry Helpers, Inc
Utilizing today's best information retrieval technology - the internet, Old
Don is providing this web site for those who work with the homeless, and those
either in, or out of, our jails/prison system with an information data base
that lists both "Faith" and "Community Based" organizations
(service providers), and businesses that offer various goods and services that
help those in need. This is a FREE resource tool intended to Help "Our
Helpers" and those persons reaching out for a better way of life for themselves
and their families.
of Indianapolis Recovery Houses listed on the HRH website
on Problem Gambling
Strives to generate awareness, promote education and be an advocate for quality
treatment of problem gamblers in the state of Indiana
Indiana Prevention Resource
The Indiana Prevention Resource Center was established in 1987 to assist Indiana
based alcohol, tobacco and other drug prevention practitioners improve the quality
of their services. They work to bring together research and practice and thereby
better ensure that Indiana's residents receive state of the art prevention technology.
The Indiana Reentry Database aims to be the primary source of information for
all Reentry service inquiries in Indiana
Transitional Housing Shelters and Programs
A listing of Indiana transitional housing shelters and programs.
Keep Rx Safe
Created for parents, adults, and youth, KeepRxSafe presents information, data, and educational resources related to prescription and over-the-counter drug abuse.
Mental Health America
A nonprofit dedicated to helping ALL people live mentally healthier lives.
Recovery Orient Yourself is a website devoted to helping publicly highlight
the recovery movements in Addictions and Mental Health. It is the goal of the
project and products to establish a recognizable insignia that will promote
the public awareness, understanding and recognition that Recovery Works
Treatment: Addiction in America
Features a wide range of resources and links, the latest research on addiction
and treatment and personal stories of daily struggles and victories on the road
Time to Get Help
The Partnership at Drugfree.org listened and has created this resource to help parents gain a better understanding of teen and young adult alcohol and drug abuse, dependence and addiction; get support from experts and other parents who have been there; and help them find the right help for their child and family.
Volunteers of America of Indiana
Volunteers of America of Indiana helps youth at risk, elderly in need, abused
and neglected children, people with disabilities, homeless individuals and many
Recovery Focused Social Networking Websites
Recovery is Sexy
This website is a self-help website to discuss a variety of addiction topics
ranging from alcoholism, addiction, gambling, overeating, anorexia, codependency
and sex addiction. The underlying philosophy behind the website is that addiction
isn’t sexy…recovery is sexy.
In the Rooms
A social networking website, this resource is for everyone from those considering
treatment to in people in recovery to family members and friends of those in
recovery. This is a resource for people to make social connections to provide
support and connectivity during times of success and challenge.
OneRecovery is a safe, anonymous and caring online community dedicated to helping
people in recovery from addiction, as well providing support to their families
and loved ones. Blogs, media presentations and online chatting are all features
of this website. (Note: SoberCircle recently merged with OneRecovery, further
expanding this global social network resouce).
My Recovery Space
This website is a social networking site for those in recovery. Support for
recovery from addictive behaviors is provided here by individuals in a variety
of stages of recovery. There is not a specific addiction/issue or belief system
that guides this site so many different perspectives towards recovery are shared
at this site. This site does not provide professional advice or medical assistance.
Alcoholics Anonymous Online
This website is a world wide website that is translated into many languages.
This website provides 12 step resources and meeting resources as well as opportunities
for blogging and online chat.
This website is one of many types of “tribes” or groups of people
that are all facing adversity together. Addiction Tribe allows for all of the
same features as Facebook or Myspace but also has features such as “Find
a therapist”, “Addiction News” and “Mental Health News”.
Once a member, individuals can join other tribes on specific topics that may
be of interest.
The IAIC is a subsidiary of Mental Health America of Indiana
Jill Fuqua : Director
1431 N. Delaware St. Indianapolis, IN 46202
317-638-3501 ext 231