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- Family Support
- Organizations Fighting Meth
- Other Sites
- Families Anonymous
Families Anonymous is a group of concerned relatives and friends whose lives have been adversely affected by a loved one's addiction to alcohol or drugs.
- Bartow Against Meth
Bartow County is fighting meth through education, prevention, treatment and enforcement.
- Mothers Against Meth
Mothers Against Meth-Amphetamine offers a Christian response to the drug problem that seems so overwhelming to us.
- Georgia Meth Project
Georgia Meth Project is a large-scale prevention program aimed at significantly reducing first-time Meth use through public service messaging, public policy initiatives, and community outreach programs.
- Georgia Council on Substance Abuse
An organization committed to reducing the impact of substance abuse through prevention and treatment
- Focus Adolescent Services
Many links and resources for troubled teens in Georgia.
- Georgia Alliance For Drug Endangered Children
Supporting children who are impacted by the effects of drugs.
- Get Serious
Tell politicians that it's time to Get Serious about alcohol policies that save kids' lives. Sign the Get Serious petition.
- Celebrate Recovery
A spiritual approach for anyone struggling with addictive behaviors with a focus on recovery by helping the addict to look to the future without dwelling on past mistakes.
- Overcomers Outreach
Overcomers Outreach support groups use the Bible and the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous to minister to individuals who are affected by alcohol, mind altering drugs, sexual addiction, gambling, food and other compulsive behaviors or dependencies.
- National Drug Court Institute
Promoting education, research and scholarship for drug court and other court-based intervention programs.
- Rural Assistance Center (RAC)
RAC helps rural communities and other rural stakeholders access the full range of available programs, funding,
and research that can enable them to provide quality health and human services to rural residents.