Free Drug Addiction and Alcohol Abuse Resources

Free Addiction Resources | Ken Donaldson, LMHC, CAP

Feel free to download or print out any of the following resources. Although information about drug and alcohol addiction is always changing, all these downloads are fairly current.

This is a general overview of drug use and addiction:
Drug Facts: Understanding Drug Use and Addiction 

This download shares some harrowing alcohol facts and stats:
Alcohol Facts and Statistics

Synthetic cannabinoids are becoming more commonplace:
Drug Facts: Synthetic Cannabinoids

This is a great overview about alcohol and alcoholism:
Alcohol Dependence and Alcoholism

Prescription and over-the-counter medications kill people every day:
Drug Facts: Prescription and Over-The-Counter Medications

Alcoholism seems to have genetic links:
A Family History Of Alcoholism: Are You At Risk?

Methamphetamine use is on the rise:
Drug Facts: Methamphetamine

Learn how drugs impact the brain and behavior thereof:
Drugs, Brains and Behavior: The Science of Addiction

A mandatory guide about alcohol and the serious effects on pregnancy:
Drinking Alcohol and Pregnancy

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Don’t know what inhalants are? Read this:
Drug Facts: Inhalants

Yes, they’re probably going to drink at college, but read this before you send them off: College Drinking

Marijuana laws are changing rapidly but the drug is still the same. Be informed:
Drug Facts: Marijuana

Fentanyl has become one of our deadliest drugs:
Drug Facts: Fentanyl

Alcohol abuse in older adults is often hidden:
Older Adults and Alcohol

Cocaine doesn’t get the press it used to, but it’s still readily available:
Drug Facts: Cocaine

The ecstasy (MDMA) craze has diminished some, but good to know nonetheless:
Drug Facts: MDMA (Ecstasy)

If you drink while you’re pregnant you can permanently disable your child:
Fetal Alcohol Exposure

Heroin has a made comeback and here’s what to know:
Drug Facts: Heroin

Alcohol problems effect women as well as men:
Alcohol: A Women’s Health Issue

Here’s a good overview regarding hallucinogens:
Drug Facts: Hallucinogens

There are many myths about drugs. Here’s a guide based in reality:
Drugs: Shatter the Myths

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