OFAP aims to assist families in the Asia Pacific region, at different levels, so as to defend and to promote their interests, as well as to liaise with governments and international communities. OFAP focuses it's priorities on:
The Caribbean Drug Abuse Research Institute aims to contribute to the following broad areas of drug abuse research:
- To provide unbiased scientific research in the field of public health and medical consequences of drug use;
- To promote a public health approach to substance use and misuse;
- Assess what works in prevention, treatment, and criminal justice; and to
- Promote translation of findings from basic to applied research to practice and policy formation.
Maria Ebene Foundation is committed to dealing with the prevention of addictive behaviours and drug misuse, counselling on and the therapy of addictions.
Narconon Nepal is a drug rehabilitation centre. In addition to rehabilitating those addicted to drugs, Narconon Nepal is committed to providing broad educational programmes to prevent young people from starting to use illicit substances in the first place.
The South Kesteven District Council is committed to increasing awareness and dialogue amongst youth, teachers, families and policy makers about effects of drug use including alcohol, and their related problems.
The National Drug-Free Workplace Alliance is a division of Drug Free America Foundation, Inc., an international drug prevention and policy organisation dedicated to prevention of substance abuse around the world. NDWA's mission is two-fold. Firstly it is to directly assist small businesses in the state of Florida in establishing comprehensive drug free workplace programmes. Secondly, it is to support a national coalition of drug free workplace service providers.
Intervene is a blog, part of the Partnership at Drugfree.org, that brings together a community of experts, parents and caring adults concerned about teens’ alcohol and drug use who aim to share their insights, inspiration, guidance and help.
The African American Islamic Institute (AAII) is an international humanitarian Non-Governmental Organization, founded in 1988 in Senegal, West Africa by Shaykh Hassan Ali Cisse. AAII’s mission is to 'develop sustainable human and natural resources that promote Education, Health Care, Empowerment of Women, Protection of Children, Alleviation of Hunger and Poverty, and Promotion of Peace'.
The Alcohol Policy Coalition advocates for evidence based policy to prevent and reduce the harms caused by alcohol to Australians.
Baltimore Substance Abuse Systems, Inc. is a non-profit organisation that aims to ensure that Baltimore residents receive high quality and comprehensive services proved to prevent and reduce substance abuse.
The Children, Youth and Family Consortium (CYFC) works to improve the lives of children, youth and families by supporting and creating new knowledge and encouraging the use of evidence-based knowledge in public and private policy development and family related professions. CYFC's does this by:
The Estonian NFP is located within the research and development institute, the National Institute for Health Development (NIHD) which, acting as a separate unit, operates the Estonian Drug Monitoring Centre (EDMC). The Drug Monitoring Centre aims to constitute the national information centre to collect, harmonise and analyse data on illicit drugs in Estonia, as well as disseminate information and cooperating with EU and non- EU national focal points, and other international bodies and organisations.
The Institute of Alcohol Studies aims to serve the public interest on public policy issues linked to alcohol, by advocating for the use of scientific evidence in policy-making to reduce alcohol-related harm. The Institute wants to make all of this evidence accessible to anyone with an interest in alcohol – politicians, reporters, health professionals, students, youth workers and others.
Life is a not-for profit, non-governmental civil society organisation dedicated to providing advocacy and tobacco control expertise nationally and regionally (Eastern European Countries). Life’s mission is to improve quality of life of Ukrainian citizens through effective advocacy, policy making and legislation in public health sector.
This site lists 32 links to parenting resources across a variety of child problems.
The Stop Drugged Driving website, sponsored and maintained by the Institute for Behavior and Health, aims to raise public awareness of and educate drivers about the grave risks of driving under the influence of drugs.
The European Journal of Public Health is a multidisciplinary journal in the field of public health, publishing contributions from social medicine, epidemiology, health services research, management, ethics and law, health economics, social sciences, and environmental health. The journal provides a forum for discussion and debate of current international public health issues with a focus on the European region.
UNICEF Kingston is a Cluster Office to Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, Saints Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Suriname and Trinidad and Tobago as well as the associate member states of British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Curaçao, and Sint Maarten. The Office's areas of action focus on the following areas:
Brandywine Counseling & Community Services, Inc. is an organisation that aims to contribute to stronger communities and enhancing quality of life by creatively providing education, advocacy, treatment, and prevention services. BCCS is dedicated to promoting hope and empowerment to persons and families touched by mental health, substance use, HIV and multiple occurring diagnoses, and their related challenges.
Journal of Addictive Diseases (formerly known as Advances in Alcohol & Substance Abuse) is the Official Journal of the American Osteopathic Academy of Addiction Medicine. It aims to provide research on the vital issues and the clinical skills necessary to ensure effective practice. The latest research, treatments, and public policy issues in addiction medicine are presented in a fully integrated, multi-specialty perspective. The journal is published four times per year.
Search Institute is an independent, not-for-profit organisation committed to helping create healthy communities for every child. Search Institute aims to provide leadership, knowledge, and resources to community members seeking to understand what kids need to succeed and to take action based on that knowledge. This is done by:
Conducting high-quality research and evaluation that deepens knowledge of young people, what they need, and how to care for and work with them more effectively.
The National Authority for the Campaign Against Alcohol and Drug Abuse (NACADA) is a government agency established in 2012. The Authority’s main focus is on demand reduction, which involves providing preventive education, public awareness, life skills, treatment, rehabilitation and psycho-social support to the general public. It also contributes towards supply suppression through policy formulation and capacity building.
The McCusker Centre for Action on Alcohol and Youth (MCAAY) was established in September 2010 with the aim to reduce harmful drinking and harms from alcohol among young people. MCAAY produces a fortnightly e-newsletter which aims to provide West Australians with the information and tools to empower community members to take action on dangers caused by risky alcohol consumption.
Alcohol Forum is an Irish charity that works to prevent and reduce alcohol related harms in communities. The organisation aims to provide a range of resources and training to the community that will help raise awareness of alcohol related harm, while at the same time offering solutions to change the alcohol culture.
AV-OG-TIL is a campaign-organisation working to secure and promote certain situations and areas of life as alcohol-free. Through campaigns and activities it strives to raise public awareness about