60 Digital Resources for Addressing Substance Use Disorders, Addiction and Recovery
For those who experience addiction, there is no magic switch for living substance free. Recovery is a process that includes daily mental and physical challenges, as well as setbacks. But with sustained support from peers, friends, family and professionals such as social workers and counselors, addiction recovery can succeed. OnlineMSWPrograms.com gathered a list of organizations and digital resources that support individuals working toward recovery and that offer advice to their families, friends and communities on how to aid in the process.
Tobacco, Department of Veterans Affairs: information center with descriptions of different approaches to quitting tobacco and access to the VA’s SmokefreeVET motivational program that sends daily text messages of tips and encouragement.
Social Workers, Counselors and Other Professionals
Addiction Technology Transfer Assessment Network: website information on telehealth trainings, event listings and guidance for setting up online meetings as well as online engagement products for professionals in the addiction treatment and recovery field.
National Association for Children of Addiction: organization for social workers, primary care providers, justice system workers, faith leaders, educators and early childhood professionals who work with children in families dealing with addiction.