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  1. Running head: Comprehensive Database of Addiction Resources 1 Comprehensive Database of Addiction Resources County, State, National and International Lacey Desper Addiction Studies in the Movies Ottawa University 2/21/15
  2. Comprehensive Database of Addiction Resources 2 Abstract The purpose of this paper is to outline the resources that are available to aid with people who are suffering from addiction. The resource list will have basic explanations of services for county and personal state level. The state by state resource list will be simply a directory of services. The international and national resources will be an explanation of resources available by those institutions.
  3. Comprehensive Database of Addiction Resources 3 Comprehensive Database of Addiction Resources It is important when in a situation in which resources are needed for the aid of others that the resources need be immediately available. In a dire situation it can be hard to stop and look at the resources around you. If you already have a list of the resources available to you; it is that much more efficiently you can help your clients. That is why I have decided to create a comprehensive database of resources for people suffering from addiction. This list is subjective to the area in which I live in. Johnson County Kansas The first resource I am giving for Johnson County is the Johnson County resource database http://courts.jocogov.org/cs_actp.aspx. It has a list of resources on this page for Adult Anger Control, Adult Batterer’s Intervention, Adult Parenting, Adult Sex Offender Counseling, Substance Abuse Evaluations, Substance Abuse Treatment and Adult Early Intervention/Education. When you click on any of these links it opens up a pdf with information and resources that are available. The first one I am looking at is the Substance Abuse Evaluations. Choices Alcohol and Drug Assessments, Education and Counseling- Locations : Main Office: 405 S. Claiborne Rd., Suite 4 Olathe, KS 66062*Additional Site-9400 Noland Rd., Lenexa, KS 66215 & 8645 College Blvd#270, Overland Park, KS 66210 Contact- Phone 913-390-0100 Fax 913-390-6161 About- This resource is essentially for Johnson County District Court required evaluations for both Juvenile and Adult services. There is even a notation saying you must specify if it is mandated by the District Court.
  4. Comprehensive Database of Addiction Resources 4 Clinical Associates, P.A. Locations- 8629 Bluejacket, Suite #100, Lenexa, KS 66214*Additional site-108 E Poplar, Olathe, KS 66061*Self pay only Contact- Phone 913-677-3553 Fax 913-677-3282 About- Adult Substance Abuse Group Therapy certified by AAPS ( Addiction and Prevention Services) for outpatient substance abuse treatment. Using evaluation, diagnosis, psychoeducational intervention, brief and intensive treatment options for personal and family. Aftercare for Adult Substance abuse and adolescent groups and many more services that may not be addiction related. Heartland Regional Alcohol & Drug Assessment Center- Location- 5500 Buena Vista Roeland Park, KS 66222*Additional sites in Overland Park, Olathe and other various outlying locations. Contact- Phone 913-789-0951 Fax 913-789-0954 About- Provide information and assistance to people looking for help for themselves or loved ones. Offering community support, formalized treatment options and are capable of coordinated with court required services and social services. Substance Abuse Treatment in Johnson County- http://courts.jocogov.org/cs_actp.aspx Avenues to Recovery Location- 115 N. Cooper Olathe, KS 66061 Contact- Phone 913-780-9600 Fax- 913-273-0720 Chautauqua Counseling Center Location- 5960 Dearborn, Suite #1, Mission, KS 66202 Contact- Phone 913-645-6652 Fax 913-362-4010
  5. Comprehensive Database of Addiction Resources 5 Hal Nichols Associates Location- Leawood Counseling 11100 Ash St. Ste #100 Leawood, KS 66211 and 8826 Santa Fe Dr. Suite 216, Overland Park, KS 66212 Contact- Phone 913-696-140 Fax 913-696-1403 / Phone 913-648-6940 Fax 913-648- 6960 Preferred Family Healthcare Location- 1009 E. Old 56 Hwy Olathe, KS 66061 Contact- 913-764-7555 Fax 913-764-0739 The largest resource in the county is probably Johnson County Mental Health; they offer services to not just the private individual but to the public and lower income. They are the largest provider of resources and addiction treatment in Johnson County. Following is their contact information. Johnson County Mental Health Location- 111 S Cherry St, Olathe, KS 66061 Contact- Phone 913-268-0156 ( 24 Hour Emergency Services) Adolescent Services- 913-715-7700 / Adult Services- 913-831-2550 Contact Us Information- 800-766- 3777 and 913-715-5000. About- Offers Adolescent Center for Treatment with 21 bed residential facility open 24-7 for ages 12-18. Offers After care with groups to prevent relapse and personal therapy. Offers Adult Detoxification Unit with 14 beds open 24-7 with admission criteria. Offers coalitions for treatment to create an intricate network of resources. Offers workgroups and initiatives to spread awareness and knowledge. Offers
  6. Comprehensive Database of Addiction Resources 6 outpatient and Inpatient services. While, this is a basic overview they offer many more services. State of Kansas The state of Kansas has a lot of resources that cover the entire state. Though, it should be noted that there are a lot of cross over resources for Kansas City through both Kansas and Missouri. Kansas Department of Children and Families Location- Many locations across the state- Phone- 1-888-369-4777 ( Customer Service Assistance) About- While, you many not think that Child and Family Services would be a good stop to look for resources for addiction, it is a good place to look. They work as case workers to help the entire family not just the children. The first resource they have is Adult and Child Protective Services, which help with protect against a large amount of threats including alcoholics. This includes physical and mental abuse. They offer programs in Family Preservation, Family Service, Employment Assistance, Food Assistance, Medical Assistance and Successful Families. These programs can help with a lot of the other issues that are generally involved with a parent who has a drug addiction. Kansas Alcoholics Anonymous- Location- www.kansas-aa.org ( Many Locations) Phone- Arkansas City: (620) 442-5880 Colby: (785) 462-2906 Gardner: (913) 884-8082
  7. Comprehensive Database of Addiction Resources 7 Hays: (785) 625-9860 Hutchinson: (620) 662-5166 Kansas City: (913) 492-9697 Lawrence: (785) 842-0110 Manhattan: (785) 537-8511 Salina: (785) 823-3338 Shawnee Mission: (913) 492-9697 Topeka: (785) 235-2226 Ulysses: (620) 356-3003 Wichita: (316) 684-3661 About- This resource has a comprehensive breakdown by city in the state for AA Meetings and their locations and time. It allows you to find Area Conferences. It also has links to literature that you might need for the meetings if you don’t have the money to purchase the books. A calendar of events that is unrelated to the actual AA meetings. Alcoholics Anonymous Kansas city Area Central Office Location- Central Office – 200 E. 18th Avenue North Kansas City, MO 64116 ( Covers both Kansas and MO Phone- 816-471-7229 / 816-471-7234 About- This organization covers both Kansas and Missouri. It has a comprehensive list of meetings for every district of Kansas, with event time’s locations, listing of public or closed events; a blog with mostly issues that include personal stories poetry and news. It also includes a calendar of events that are un
  8. Comprehensive Database of Addiction Resources 8 meeting related or speaker announcements. It includes its own list of resources that includes detox centers, ALANON and ALATEEN locations and meetings. - ALANPN- 913-233-0747 www.kansas-al-anon.org ADULT CHILDREN OF ALCOHOLICS www.adultchildren.org BRIDGING THE GAP www.btgww.org COCAINE ANONYMOUS (913) 248-8873 www.camissouri.org CRYSTAL METH ANONYMOUS (855) 638-4373 www.crystalmeth.org GAMBLER'S ANONYMOUS (888) 238-7633 (BETSOFF) LOCAL (816) 346-9230 NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS (800) 561-2250 KCMSC Help line NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS 1-800-561-2250 kansascityna.org SEXAHOLICS ANONYMOUS (913) 599-9858 It also includes a good list of Detox facilities that are located in Kansas City. I will go ahead and list these facilities below. S.A.C.E.K.(Substance Abuse Center Eastern Kansas) (913) 362-0045 3505 Rainbow, Kansas City, KS 66103 HARBOR LIGHTS (913) 232-5400 6723 State Avenue, Kansas City, KS 66102 VALLEY HOPE (800) 544-5101 Business Office (913) 367-1618 P.O.Box 312, Atchison, KS 66002 VALLEY HOPE - MISSION ,KS (Outpatient) (913) 432-4037 5410 West 58th Terrace, Mission, KS 66205 JOHNSON COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH. (ADULT DETOX UNIT) (913) 826-4100 11120 W. 65th St., Shawnee, KS 66203
  9. Comprehensive Database of Addiction Resources 9 It also goes into the resources that are available for Hospitals though I do not think that that resource is needed on this list. All hospitals will have outpatient services or at least references for people suffering from addiction in order to prevent reentry into the hospital. There is a link to a half-way house. The list is only one in the state of Kansas but has about 10 for Missouri. It is easy to assume with the two states so close to each that people from Kansas might use the Missouri resources, though I just think it is an incomplete list. The one halfway house listed for Kansas is DCCCA, INC. (785) 841-4138 345 Florida Street, Lawrence, KS 66044. Lastly, this resource has a link to all the steps and Traditions, Bi-Laws and Literature that you might need when attending the Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings. Resource List by State The following list is not just handy f or giving someone resources to continue their recovery in the event of relocation. It is also handy for tracking down documentation of past treatments in other states; should there be a need to do so. At the very least it is a comprehensive list of resources that make good starting points when needing information located in another state. I have also bulleted it to allow for personal customization. Should I get more phone numbers later for different divisions in that state; they can simply be added under the state. I would recommend for easier browsing to use the Control-F function and type the state you are looking for if it becomes to comprehensive a list. Alabama – Substance Abuse Services Division- 334-242-3961 Alaska- Division of Behavioral Health- 907-269-3370 Arizona- Division of Behavioral Health- 602-364-3228 Arkansas- Office of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention- 501-686-9866 California-Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs- 800-879-2772
  10. Comprehensive Database of Addiction Resources 10 Colorado- Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division- 303-866-7480 Connecticut- Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services-860-418-6962 Delaware-Alcohol and Drug Services-302-255-9399 Florida- Substance Abuse Program Office-850-487-2920 Georgia-Division of MHDDAD-404-657-2275 Hawaii- Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division- 808-692-7506 Idaho-Substance Abuse Program-208-334-5935 Illinois-Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse-312-814-3840 Indiana- Division of Mental Health and Addiction-317-232-7800 Iowa-Iowa Department of Public Health-515-281-4417 Kansas-SRS Health Care-785-291-3326 Kentucky- Division of Substance Abuse-502-564-2800 Louisiana- Office for Addictive Disorders-225-342-6717 Maine- Office of Substance Abuse-207-287-2595 Maryland- Alcohol and Drug Abuse Administration-410-402-8600 Massachusetts- Bureau of Substance Abuse Services-617-624-5111 Michigan- Bureau of Substance Abuse and Addiction Services-888-736-0253 Minnesota-Chemical Health Division-651-431-2460 Mississippi- Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse-601-359-1288 Missouri-Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse-573-751-4942 Montana-Addictive and Mental Disorders Divison-406-444-3964 Nebraska-Division of Behavioral Health Services-402-471-7818 Nevada- SA Prevention and Treatment Agency-775-684-4190
  11. Comprehensive Database of Addiction Resources 11 New Hampshire- Office of Alcohol and Drug Policy-603-271-6110 New Jersey-Division of Addiction sErvices-609-292-5760 New Mexico-Behavioral Health Division-505-827-2601 New York-N.Y. State Office of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse-518-485-1768 North Carolina-Division of MH/DD/SA Services-919-733-4670 North Dakota- Division of MH and SA Services-701-328-8920 Ohio- Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Abuse-614-466-3445 Oklahoma- Department od MH and SA Services- 405-522-3619 Oregon-Addictions and Mental Health Division-503-945-5763 Pennsylvania-Bureau o Drug and Alcohol Programs-717-783-8200 Rhode Island-Behavioral Health Care-401-462-4680 South Carolina- SC Department of Alcohol and Substance Abuse-803-896-5555 South Dakota- Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse-605-773-3123 Tennessee-Bureau of Alcohol and Drug Abuse-615-741-1921 Texas-Behavioral and Community Health Services-512-206-5000 Utah-Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Helath-801-538-3939 Vermont-Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Programs-802-651-1550 Virginia-Office of Substance Abuse Services-804-786-3906 Washington-Division of Alcohol and Substance Abuse-877-301-4557 Washington DC- Addiction Prevention & Recovery- 202-727-8857 West Virginia-Division on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse-304-558-2276 Wisconsin-Bureau of Substance Abuse Services-608-266-2717 Wyoming-Substance Abuse Division-307-777-3353
  12. Comprehensive Database of Addiction Resources 12 National Resources There are many resources available at a National Level now that the internet has taken over the world. There are many different resources that are available to people on recovery, treatment facilities, locations, online alcoholics anonymous. The list could go on. I am going to give a breakdown of some of the resources that would be good that can be used by people in any state. Recovery.org- www.recovery.org ( 1-888-255-1623 ) Purpose- To give resources for recovery from addiction. This website has a comprehensive database by state of resources for individuals. Drug Rehab Treatment Information- This section has a list of reasons to go into treatment, why people stray from treatment. The different types of recovery programs. If you click on the list by state abbreviations, we will use KS it takes you to a list. Top Kansas Addiction Recovery Centers: Reviews and Ratings. Listing all the addiction recovery centers in Kansas. When you open up a city it takes you to all the resources in that city for rehabilitation centers and then gives you their address, phone number and their customer rating. It also goes through resources for Relapse Prevention and Long Term Care Solutions. Oxford House- www.oxfordhouse.org Purpose- Offers information and resources on recovery through the Oxford House. Services offered are publications, newsletter manuals, information on overdoses and how to deal with them. Treatment options, self-help guides on recovery and most of all a location finder to find meetings.
  13. Comprehensive Database of Addiction Resources 13 American Society of Addiction Medicine- www.asam.org Purpose- This website offers up to date news on Government proceedings, drug research, and educational efforts. It is the national. According to their website their mission is “To increase access; educate providers & public; support research & prevention; promote MD’s role; establish recognition of ADM.” They offer resources in Addiction Medical Treatments to Doctors and facilities and even have a certification process for being a doctor to handle addiction treatment. They have more than a few publications including the Journal of Addiction Medicine, Classroom texts Principles of Addiction medicine, The ASAM Criteria, Principles: The Essentials. They have a vast search engine on services for Screening and Assessment, Pain and Addiction, Treatment and Recovery. National Institute on Drug Abuse – www.drugabuse.gov Purpose- The NIH has their mission as follows, “Guided by our mission to lead the nation’s research efforts on alcohol use and abuse, NIAAA supports research conducted within the Institute, as well as in institutions around the world.” They have expansive knowledge bases of information on Research both Clinical and basic as well as extramural. They have labs for research both biological and psychological. They have journals Alcohol Research: Current Reviews and Alcohol Alert. International Resources International Drug Control Policy: Background and U.S. Responses - http://fas.org/sgp/crs/row/RL34543.pdf
  14. Comprehensive Database of Addiction Resources 14 Purpose: This is a document that is a CRS Report for Congress and the Congressional Research Service that stages the debate and information needed for the International Drug Control Policies. It outlines the challenge and need to stop and deal with illegal drug trade in the United States and the affect this trade has not only the United States but the countries who are also involved with the trade. It lists out the U.S. Counternarcotic Initiatives and Foreign Policy Options. It is a great break down of the current issues in the drug trade. It includes U.S. Foreign Policy, U.S. Agency Roles, Counternarcotic both foreign and domestic aid Funding both domestic and foreign and trade policies with foreign governments. World Health Organization - http://www.who.int/substance_abuse Purpose- Currently the WHO is working on an international project called ATLAS-SU (ATLAS of Substance Abuse) by the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse inside of WHO. They are attempting to compile and disseminate data on national and international resources for treatment and prevention of alcohol and drug related issues. The Atlas which is extensive is available in downloadable content and is open for anybody to use. It has sections for the following. Guidelines for the Psychosocially Assisted Pharmacological Treatment of Opioid Dependence, Principles of Drug dependence Treatment, Treatment of injecting drug users with HIV/AIDS, Basic Principles for treatment and Psychosocial Support of Drug Dependent people living with HIV/AIDS, WHO/UNOCD/UNAIDS position paper. Substitution maintenance therapy in the management of opioid dependence and HIV/AIDS, The Practices and Context of Pharmacotherapy of Opioid Dependence in South-East Asia and Western Pacific
  15. Comprehensive Database of Addiction Resources 15 Region, and Evaluation of Psychoactive Substance Use Disorder Treatment Workbook Series. This is just the beginning of the resources and documents that are contained in this ATLAS. They also keep a comprehensive list of how many estimated drug users there are in the world in correlation to how many resources are available to help those individuals. It also keeps a Global Status Report on Alcohol and Health as well as Global strategy to reduce the harmful use of alcohol. This is just the tip of the iceberg in the amount of information available by WHO. United Nations Regional Information Center of Europe - http://www.unric.org/en/drugs Purpose- Keeps a running tab of issues on an international level dealing with drug abuse and use. They keep an update on the World Drug Report and new information on Synthetic and Prescription drugs. They essentially run a journal or magazine on what is going on with drugs in the international community. The UNRIC prides itself declaring itself to be a “A Reference Library, open to the public, maintains a collection of UN documents and publications in English, French and Spanish, as well as information materials available in other Western European languages.” They have a vast network of Databases which include, statistics and country information, international laws, human rights, humanitarian affairs, millennium development goals and non-governmental organizations. This is just the tip of the iceberg of the information available.
  16. Comprehensive Database of Addiction Resources 16 References Addiction Recovery Guide www.addictionrecovveryguide.org/resources/state/kansas Addiction Resources by State; Quest Diagnostics, Internal Resources. Retrieved February 2, 2015 Adult counseling Treatment Providers http://courts.jocogov.org/cs_actp.aspx Alcoholics Anonymous Kansas City Area Central Office www.kc-aa.com Clinical Associates(n.d.). Retrieved February 21, 2015,from www.clinical-assoc.com Heartland Regional Alcohol and Drug Treatment Center (n.d.). Retrieved February 21, 2015, from http://www.hradac.com/ International Drug Control Policy: Background and U.S. Responses - http://fas.org/sgp/crs/row/RL34543.pdf Johnson County Resources http://www.jocogov.org/dept/mental-health/substance-use-services Kansas Alcoholics Anonymous Area 25- http://www.kansas-aa.org/contribute.aspx Kansas Department of Children and Families http://www.dcf.ks.gov/Pages/Default.aspx Society of Addiction Medicine www.asam.org State Resources- Top Kansas addiction Recovery Centers: Reviews and Ratings www.recovery.org/browse/kansas Narcotics Anonymous www.kansascityna.org Court Services- National Resources National Institute on Drug Abuse www.drugabuse.gov/about-nida/other- resources Oxford House - www.oxfordhouse.org United Nations Regional Information Center of Europe - http://www.unric.org/en/drugs
  17. Comprehensive Database of Addiction Resources 17 World Health Organization - http://www.who.int/substance_abuse
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