American Psychiatric Assoc.
Publishing. 2013. Definition of Addiction DSM-5. American Psychiatric Publishing; 5th edition. DSMS http://dsm.psychiatryonline.org/
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration – SAMHSA and the Mental and Substance Use Disorders in America:
National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) for 2017, of the 18+ population
Addiction Articles and New Book by Dr. Parks:
ASAM American Society of Addiction Medicine
All rights reserved., 11400 Rockville Pike, Suite 200, Rockville, MD 20852, Phone: 301.656.3920 Fax: 301.656.3815 email@ASAM.org. 2017. “Definition of Addiction ASAM.” ASAM.org.
CASA. “The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse.”
2021 guide on Veteran Substance Abuse, titled “A War on Home Soil.” https://www.arrowpassage.com/veteran-substance-abuse/
CSE —“Center for Spiritual Emergence” http://www.centerforspiritualemergence.com/ (this URL is for information only. Contact Katharos Sanctuary for current information, phone 828-412-3688, fax 828-412-3689, email firstname.lastname@example.org)
HHS Secretary Mandy Cohen, MD.
2017. “Needs Your Help To Fight Opioid Epidemic,” March 7.
Elinore F. McCance-Katz, MD, Ph.D.
Chief Medical Officer, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Rockville, MD. “PHARMACOTHERAPIES FOR OPIOID USE DISORDERS, Audio-Digest Volume 44, Issue 20 October 21, 2015, from the 20th Annual Psychopharmacology Update,” sponsored by the Nevada Psychiatric Association.
Frank Lawlis (Author), Laura Martinez.
2015. Psychoneuroplasticity Protocols for Addictions: A Clinical Companion for The Big Book. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (March 10, 2015.
2017. “Addiction Treatment Resource.”
Healthcare & Medicare Resources: https://www.medicareplans.com/mental-health-care-outpatient-for-medicare/
Hugh Myrick, MD
Vice-Chair, Outreach Operations, and Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston. 2016. “ALCOHOL ADDICTION, Pharmacologic Treatment of Alcohol Addiction, Audio-Digest Volume 45, Issue 22, November 21, 2016,” Recorder lecture for Audio-Digest in Psychiatry
Research has shown that too much use can result in long-term negative mental health issues. Some negative aspects include cyberbullying, lowered self-esteem, and increased feelings of depression and isolation.
WEBSERV has a resource page on social media addiction to educate users on the negative aspects of social media and as a helpful tool for families and teens to use, who heavily rely on these platforms for approval and validation. Research has shown that too much use can result in long-term negative mental health issues. Some negative aspects include cyberbullying, lowered self-esteem, and increased feelings of depression and isolation. You can see the Webserv’s resource here: https://webserv.io/social-media-addiction/.
Medication Assistant Treatment (MAT) for Opioid Addiction – YouTube on MAT program by Bain Goodlett: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=65pGxXddzXU&feature=youtu.be :
Marc Schuckit, MD
Distinguished Professor of Psychiatry, University of California, San Diego, School of Medicine. 2014. “Alcohol Use Disorder, Audio Digest, Volume 43, Issue 19, October 7, 2014,” presented at the 19th Annual Psychopharmacology Update, Sponsored by the Nevada Psychiatric Association, Nevada Psychiatric Association
What Are the Types of Mental Health Disorders? https://anewtreatmentcenter.com/mental-health-disorders/
THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO ALCOHOL ADDICTION REHAB: https://greatoaksrecovery.com/alcohol-addiction-rehab-guide/
2016. “Drugs for Physical and Emotional Pain Change Your Brain.” Blog. Mercola.com. January 28.
2017a. “America’s Struggle With Opioid Addiction.” Mercola.com. April 15.
2017b. “Drug Overdoses Are the 9th Leading Cause of Death in the US.” Mercola.com. April 19. http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2017/04/19/drug-overdose-9th-leading-cause-of-us-deaths.aspx?utm_source=wnl&utm_medium=email&utm_content=art6&utm_campaign=20170427Z1_UCM&et_cid=DM141427&et_rid=1984141013.
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
NIDA, “National Institute on Drug Abuse,”
Parent’s Guide to Helping Teens Recover from Addiction
Partnership for Drug-Free Kids.
2017. “Partnership for Drug-Free Kids.”
Petros Levounis, MD, MA
Chair, Department of Psychiatry, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, Chief of Service, Department of Psychiatry, University Hospital, Newark, NJ. 2015. “Pharmacologic Management of Addiction, Audio-Digest in Psychiatry Volume 44, Issue 05, March 7, 2015, sponsored by Albany Medical College, March 7.
Ron Parks, MD.
2016. “Neuroplasticity – Recovery & Transformation.” Integrative Psychiatry | Psychiatry Online | Ron Parks, MD. July 27.
“SBIRT: Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment.” SAMHSA-HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solutions.
Resources for Seniors: https://www.caring.com/caregivers/assisted-living-and-addiction/
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration,
“Mental and Substance Abuse – SAMHSA.” SAMHSA.gov.
Teen Substance Abuse & Addiction: Warning Signs & Effects of Using
Arizona EDU Substance Abuse Resource Guide:
Vivek H. Murthy, M.D., M.B.A., and 19th U.S. Surgeon General.
2017. “LETTER FROM THE SURGEON GENERAL on Opioids.”
AUDIT – Alcohol Use Disorder Identification Test.”
William Yvorchuk, MD
Assistant Professor and Chief of Pain and Addiction Medicine, University of Florida College of Medicine, Audio-Digest in Psychiatry Volume 44, Issue 03 February 7, 2015. 2015. “NEUROBIOLOGY OF PAIN AND ADDICTION Vero Beach, Fla.
The Substance Abuse Mental Health Service Administration38 (SAMHSA) can be contacted 24 hours a day at 1-800-622-HELPrehabcenter.net – an organization connecting people to the treatment resources they need
Resources and articles from contributors:
Dr. Parks doesn’t personally endorse any of these contributors’ programs or sources of the information but feels it offers the reader different perspectives and knowledge about different addictions and types of programs available. Also, refer to the disclaimer below.:
Resources recommended by thepreventioncoalition.org.
Resources recommended by Brittany Lewis email@example.com
Resource recommended by Joseph Rex https://newsongrecovery.com/alcoholism-and-depression/
Resource recommended by Jane Thompson: https://socalsunrise.com/mental-health-opioid-addiction/
Resource recommended by Kellie Moore: https://www.blueprintsforrecovery.com/signs-of-addiction-spot-the-danger/
Resource recommended by Bradley Miller: see guide https://www.arrowpassage.com/suicide-drug-abuse-during-pandemic
Resource recommended by Frederick Mitchell: LGBTQ+ Community and Substance Use Disorder and see the guide – https://headlandsats.com/lgbtq-affirming-addiction-treatment/
Resource recommended by Veronica Walsh: https://compassrecover.wpengine.com/adderall-guide/
Resource recommended by David Wright: https://www.mastersindatascience.org/resources/technology-addiction-recovery/
Resource recommended by Emily Sanders: see the guide
Resource recommended by Sara Connelly: see the guide
Abbeycare Foundation. Offering up-to-date and helpful information about addiction. https://www.
Rehab Spot — a free web guide that educates on the numerous aspects of substance use, addiction, and recovery: www.RehabSpot.com
Teen Addiction Resource – The Teen Recovery Village: https://www.
Resources recommended by Grace Jackson, Mental Health Advocate:
Resources from other contributors:
Thanks Michelle and Amelia for your inspiring and helpful work.
The following is a letter from Amelia, an assistant girl scout troop leader. “I wanted to give you some positive feedback on your Addiction Resources page! Our troop is currently working on the DEA Red Ribbon Patch and the resources on your page helped us a bunch! We encouraged the parents to work with the girls at home to make sure we stay on track. I’ve been putting together a list of reading materials and activities they can do from home for the DEA Red Ribbon Patch. Your page led us to some great drug prevention and alcohol awareness websites to check out, so the girls and I wanted to make sure we thanked you 🙂 I was also hoping you could include a suggestion from our troop, if it’s not too much trouble? I asked the girls to send me any websites they thought were noteworthy; one of the girls, Michelle, found this drunk driving guide that I was very impressed with! The statistic were shocking and the ‘Risks and Consequences of Drunk Driving’ section provides a realistic overview of the price you pay for driving under the influence. This is it…” https://www.newjerseycriminallawattorney.com/legal-articles-information/drunk-driving-criminals-stats-risks-and-consequences/
Thanks Sarah for contributing your resources on addiction support/recovery support resources. and info re: “Almost 21 million Americans have at least one addiction, yet only 10% of them receive treatment.”
Thanks Rachel and firstname.lastname@example.org for:
The following information focuses on the damaging effects social media can have on people’s lives. There is an addicting effects of using social media, especially on the younger generations. Studies have shown that social media can be as addictive as nicotine, and this addiction is linked to lower self-esteem and depression. The following is an in-depth guide about social media addiction and included some helpful information specifically about teens. Social Media Addiction – socialmediavictims.org/social-media-addiction/
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