PUBLIC AND MEMBER RESOURCES

 

PUBLIC RESOURCES
To organizations interested in listing a resource on this page, please contact our Executive Director ([email protected]) with  a link to the page(s) that relates to the mental health of adolescent.  Messages not including those pages will not be considered.

 
Addiction Center is not a specific treatment facility, instead we are a free web information guide that connects addicts and their families with the help they need to put their lives together. Our goal is to help individuals and loved ones by providing them with information and support on different substances, addictions, and recovery resources.
 

A volunteer-run organization dedicated to guiding people through every step of the addiction treatment and recovery process. Goal: To connect those battling addiction to the help they need to put their lives back on track.

The AlcoRehab team is a group of professionals who are passionate about helping those struggling with alcoholism. We are devoted to providing free support and resources for people who are fighting an alcohol addiction and their loved ones.

Alltreatment.com (teen addiction treatment)
Alltreatment.com is a community-based public-benefit website connecting people to the addiction resources they need. This resource is free to the public.
 
ARG is dedicated to helping people overcome alcoholism and achieve long-term sobriety.
 
Alcoholtreatment.net is committed to helping people recover from addiction by finding each client a treatment program that is developed specifically for their needs. We strive to connect clients with the top respected rehabilitation centers across the country, while always keeping their recovery at the forefront of each conversation.
 

BNI Treatment Centers -- Residential Recovery for Teens
Teen Treatment Center (California)
Coping Skills for Teens
Rehab for Teenage Depression

Center for Parent and Teen Communication
The CPTC uses the best of science on youth development and parenting to support healthy family relationships and empower parents to effectively guide teens to be their best selves. CPTC is committed to strengthening family relationships and building youth who will possess the character strengths that will prepare them for healthy, successful, and meaningful lives. We need them to lead us into the future!
 
Center for School, College, and Career Resources (CSCCR)
This guide has a strong focus on substance abuse on campus and offers info on how this issue affects college students and youth, campus regulations and policies, where to get help, and what parents, teachers and peers can do about it. The page also includes expert insight and tips from a recovering college addict who now works with a treatment center to help those struggling with substance abuse.
 
Telltale Symptoms Of Children Using Drugs. The guide includes: Signs Of Drug Abuse, Paraphernalia of Drug Use, Why And Risk Factors, and Prevention and Treatment
 
Diagnosing Depression
Your Guide to Depression & Mental Health in the UK
Parental substance abuse is a major factor contributing to child abuse and neglect. Parents' abuse of alcohol and other drugs can lead to a cycle of addiction, which is reflected by high rates of alcoholism and other substance abuse among children of addicts. Our newest guides are available here: 
 
Drug Treatment Center Finder. Resources offered:
Health Screenings
Collection of Informational/Educational Resources & Data
Extensive Drug and Alcohol Addiction & Treatment Guides
Nationwide Directory of Addiction Treatment & Mental Health Services


Drugs, Drinking and Peer Pressure

 
 
The MAXIMUS Foundation provides grants to nonprofit organizations and charities that share our commitment in helping disadvantaged populations and underserved communities. The Foundation Board of Directors makes funding decisions through a competitive, biannual grantmaking process, with an emphasis on programs that promote personal growth and community development.
 
Next Generation Village offers a full continuum of recovery care for adolescents struggling with addiction, substance abuse, and co-occurring mental health disorders.
 
Nursing.org
Addiction truly is a family disease. Rehab Spot is here to help family members of those struggling with substance abuse.
 
Rehabs.com provides a huge internet database of executive private clinics, as well as a wealth of other options.
 
 
 
 
 

These centers offer facilities like residential as well as outpatient de-addiction programs. Most de-addiction centers like New York treatment center offers psychotherapy, detoxification, and methadone maintenance.

Tuck--Advancing Better Sleep

Tuck aims to improve sleep hygiene, health, and wellness through the creation and dissemination of comprehensive, unbiased, free resources. Boasting the largest collection of aggregated data on sleep surfaces on the web (over 95,000 customer experiences from nearly 1,000 individual sources).

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 MEMBER RESOURCES

As a member of the greater psychiatric community, the American Society for Adolescent Psychiatry (ASAP) offers public resources for members and non-members alike.  ASAP strives to ensure that adolescent psychiatric disorders do not go unnoticed or untreated and does so through a professional network of psychiatrists.  Provided below is a list of ASAP member practices throughout the United States. 

Dr. Michael Adler 
Eldersburg Medical Center, Suite 104, 1645 Liberty Road 
Eldersburg Maryland 21784 
410-404-4010 
410-861-8124 
drmichaeladler.com

Gregory P. Barclay, MD, DFAPA 
800 Delaware Avenue 
Wilmington DE 19801 
302-502-4112 
https://highmarkhealthoptions.com/

Beth Brandenburg 
910 E 26th St, Suite 410 
Minneapolis MN 55364 
612-813-7179 
612-813-7190 
childrensmn.org

Dean De Crisce, M.D. 
15 Paddock St 
Avenel NJ 07001 
732-499-5041 
732-499-5043

Ahmed D. Faheem, MD
1014 Johnstown Road 
Beckley WV 25801 
304-252-4433 
304-252-1703 

Lois T. Flaherty, MD 
9 Saint Mary Road 
Cambridge MA 02139-1220 
215-478-3568 
267-657-1341

William Giakas
1639 North Alpine Rd, Suite 260 
Rockford IL 61107 
815-395-1500 
www.RockfordPsych.com

Phyllis Heffner 
Suite 206 
Columbia MD 21046 
410-260-0344 
410-260-0344 
www.holisticchildpsychiatry.com 

David A. Nover, MD 
1432 Easton Road, Suite 2-C 
Warrington PA 18976 
215-491-7570 
215-491-2300 
www.bucks-psychs.com

 

Please contact the national office with questions at [email protected].