Chestnut Health Systems commits to providing high-quality care and services to the communities it serves. From drug and alcohol dependency inpatient facilities, to work-life and employee assistance programs, to a research institute, it works to achieve its mission to make a difference and improve quality of life through excellence in service.
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The Center for the Application of Prevention Technologies is a national substance misuse prevention training and technical assistance system dedicated to strengthening prevention systems and the nation’s behavioral health workforce.
Through community mobilization, Community Alliances for Drug-Free Youth/Californians for Drug-Free Youth co-develops and provides effective and comprehensive youth, adult, and family prevention, intervention, treatment, and recovery community support services.
Community Bridges is a private nonprofit organization that provides services throughout Arizona. It offers a full continuum of the highest-quality mental and/or substance use disorder treatment, lifesaving interventions, support for women and children, outreach to help the homeless, and community-based prevention and education services for youth and families.
The Connecticut Turning to Youth and Families (CTYF) is a statewide organization that was established to strengthen prevention, treatment, and recovery support services for youth and families. This organization offers peer-to-peer programs and services that are natural recovery supports for other youth and families.
Since 1991, the Corporation for Supportive Housing has advanced its mission to help communities create permanent housing to prevent and end homelessness. It provides advocacy, expertise, leadership, and financial resources to make it easier to create and operate supportive housing.
The Council on Substance Abuse is a nonprofit voluntary organization combating alcohol use disorder, other substance use disorders, and related problems in central Alabama. COSA-NCADD's major programs include prevention and education, information and referral, advocacy, public awareness, and technical assistance. COSA-NCADD is a member of and the state association for the Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA).
The Ready Responder Toolkit is designed to provide emergency response agencies with a series of planning tools to help prepare their personnel and their families for emergencies. These tools are flexible and customizable so that they can be used by planners to meet the needs of their agency or department.
The Army Substance Abuse Program's mission is to strengthen the overall fitness and effectiveness of the Army’s workforce, to conserve manpower, and to enhance the combat readiness of soldiers.
The Navy Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Program's mission is to support fleet readiness by fighting substance use disorders.