Addiction and Mental Health Resources


Below is a list of reputable resources concerning addiction, recovery, family support, and more. However, we want The Intervention Group to be your #1 resource for addiction and mental health recovery information. Our mission is to educate and help families struggling with addiction and mental health disorders. Please contact us with any questions concerning addiction, intervention, or mental health. We’re always here to help.

Twelve Step Based Support Programs


Alcoholics Anonymous is the oldest and largest 12 step program and provides a support system almost everywhere you could travel.  Meetings are free.
Cocaine Anonymous provides 12 step support for those recovering from addiction to cocaine.
Narcotics Anonymous facilitates 61,000 meetings a week in 129 countries in support of its members’ efforts to recover from addiction.
Gamblers Anonymous meetings create a safe place for those with a gambling problem to gain support in coping with their addiction.
Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous provide support to those individuals recovering from sex addiction, love addiction, romantic obsession, co-dependent relationships, fantasy addiction and/or sexual, social and emotional anorexia.
Recovering Couples Anonymous facilitates couples’ efforts to stay committed in loving and intimate relationships and to help other couples achieve freedom from addicted and destructive relationships

Family Support Programs


Alanon/Alateen  strives to provide “strength and hope for friends and family of problem drinkers.”
Nar-Anon provides companion care for the friends and families of addicts.
Gam-Anon is a source of information and support for the families and friends of problem gamblers.

Addiction and Mental Health Information


National Institute on Drug Abuse is a comprehensive source of information about addiction and drugs of abuse, including the latest on synthetic or  “designer” drugs.
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism provides the latest research and information, including age specific references for each age group.
National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. is another exhaustive resource site for information relevant to addicts and those who care about them.
National Institute of Mental Health is a centralized location to learn about the latest research on prevention, treatment, and recovery from mental illness.
National Eating Disorders Association provides information on the identification and treatment of those afflicted with an eating disorder.