Suffering from Chemical Dependence?
www.benzo.org.uk/ – This web site is dedicated to sufferers of iatrogenic benzodiazepine tranquilliser addiction everywhere. Launched on July 6, 2000 with a dozen pages this site now has more than 1220 pages of articles and information, expert medical documents, news stories and personal accounts.
www.beatingaddictions.co.uk – Expert Advice to Overcome Addictions. BeatingAddictions contains over 70 articles all written by our team of experts and we add around 10 new articles each month.
www.rational.org – Learn Addictive Voice Recognition Technique online with the Rational Recovery Center. Former addicts have reported this system particularly useful post-ibogaine.
Heroin Helper – Information about heroin.
Bright Eye Dependency Counselling – an online counselling and psychology service for people having problems with alcohol or drugs. The service provides extensive cognitive resources to complement the individual or group sessions.
http://www.rehabcenter.net/ – Provider states: “Your Portal To A New, Improved, Drug-Free Life. RehabCenter.net is the Web’s most comprehensive guide to quality rehab centers and addiction treatment. We offer free and confidential information about the many effective and empowering rehab options available today.” Contact: 888-365-2740.
http://detoxrehabs.org/benzo-detox/ – Provider states: “Welcome to DetoxRehabs.org. We proudly offer an extensive list of detox centers, rehab programs and treatment facilities to choose from. Take the time to view the list of resources throughout the country, which is updated regularly.” Contact: (888) 694-3198.
https://rehabnet.com – National Council on Seniors Drug & Alcohol Rehab. Provider states: “Our Mission: Let’s not forget our seniors and their families. Lets give them the best support, information, resources and tools to overcome addiction and pursue lifelong recovery. We are here to help you and your loved one every step of the way.” CALL FOR HELP, 24/7 CONFIDENTIAL HOTLINE: 877-888-0552.
https://www.sleephelp.org/addiction-and-sleep/ – “The quality of your sleep is affected by everything. From your habits and the food you eat, to the medications you take and drinks you ingest. So, it’s no surprise that if a person has developed an addiction—to an over-the-counter drug, alcohol, or other type of substance—that addiction could affect their sleep quality, too.”