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With literally thousands of websites to choose from, where do you go first?  Trilogy staff narrowed the choices for you, selecting what we believe are some of the most informative and trustworthy websites available on addiction and recovery.  Each website has its own list of links to other helpful websites.  Please do not hesitate to contact Trilogy with any questions or concerns regarding these websites.


Intervention specialist Joyce Sundin offers information about how interventions work, personal stories, and resources related to helping your loved one into treatment and long-term recovery.          
Intervention specialists Debra and Jeff Jay offer solid advice on intervention as well as a list of intervention specialists and an Alcoholism and Addiction quiz to help spot a problem

Clinical Interventionists        
Intervention specialists Debra and Jeff Jay offer a list of interventionists from across the country.



Blue Mountain Counseling in Dayton, WA offers multi-dimensional care, including programs in chemical dependency as well as 24 hour Crisis Response Services.
The Healing Lodge of the Seven Nations offers a 60-90 day 12-step based program for males and females ages 13-17.  The family program is 3-7 days.  This 30 bed residential treatment center is funded by Indian Health Services and the State of Washington and is located in Spokane, WA.
The National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers website offers a listing of treatment facilities across the country.
Serenity Point Counseling Services, located in Walla Walla, Washington, offers outpatient treatment, educational services, and group, individual, and family therapy.
Nationally recognized for its quality programs and professional caregivers, Sundown M Ranch in Selah, Washington is guided by its motto, “The Patient is the Reason We Are Here.”



Center for Chemical Addictions Treatment: Full service, high quality program in Cincinnati, OH with a very reasonable fee structure and specialty programs.   513-381-6672

Dawn Farm: Residential treatment and long term recovery programs for alcoholics and addicts. A long-standing provider with a great reputation.   (734)485-8725 Ann Arbor, Michigan.

English Mountain Recovery: Very affordable, 90 day program in the Smoky Mountains in eastern Tennessee.   1-877-459-8595

Harmony Foundation: Residential treatment for men and women on 40 acre campus Nestled in a breathtaking valley at the gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park in Estes Park, Colorado . Very good clinical team. 866-686-7867

High Watch Farm: Outstanding recovery center, founded by Bill Wilson and Marty Mann. Kent, Connecticut.  860-927-3772

Island Center for Recovery: Good, basic treatment program in Hampton Bays, NY (Long Island). Payment plans available.    1-800-344-LICR

New Found Life: Family run, high quality, low cost treatment provider in Long Beach, CA.   800-635-9899 or 562-434-4060

Phoenix Recovery Center: Good programs and a very reasonable price in Edgewater, Maryland.  800.671.9516 or  410.671.737

The Salvation Army National Rehabilitation Program: 6 month minimum free in-patient treatment program.  Centers all over the United States. 

Sundown M Ranch: Tremendous value in residential treatment with traditional treatment values. Selah, Washington.    (509) 457-0990

Tallgrass Recovery Campus: Located in Sioux Falls, SD, with an emphasis on the spirituality of Alcoholics Anonymous.   877.737.6237

The Retreat: Excellent spiritual recovery center with veteran staff and outstanding results. An “AA Immersion” program. Pictued above in Wayzata, Minnesota.    866-928-3434

Valley Hope Association: This organization operates 9 inpatient and numerous outpatient treatment centers around the country. Very good reputation and many years of experience.    (800) 544-5101

Veritas Villa: Long-standing, high quality program in upstate New York with an emphasis on tradition and strong alumni involvement. Close adherence to 12 Step principles. Upstate New York  (845)-626-3555



Brighton Center for Recovery: One of the oldest chemical dependency treatment centers in the country. High level medical services. Also licensed for dual diagnosis. Brighton, Michigan.  1-877-9-Sober-1

Hazelden: The originator of modern alcoholism treatment. Multiple locations and specializations, including dual diagnosis, adolescent, impaired physicians & professionals, women’s program and more. MN, NY, OR, FL.    24-hour Helpline: 800.257.7810 

La Hacienda: High quality residential program in the Texas hill country. Features a 12 Step foundation with a Christian perspective and excellent clinical services, including  co-occurring disorders and a collegiate program.   800-749-6160

Betty Ford Center: Premiere chemical dependency treatment center, with special emphasis on child and family issues, pain management and relapse prevention. Special executive track and also a new program for young adults. Rancho Mirage, California.  Do you need help? 800-434-7365 Does someone you know need help? 877-872-7538

The Canyon: High-end treatment center specializing in co-occurring disorders. Set in a private enclave in Malibu, California. Excellent staff, small patient load.  24 hour confidential helpline 877-714-1319

Caron Foundation: Multiple locations and high quality services, based in Wernersville, Pennsylvania. Extended care center in Florida  800-854-6023. Now including The Hanley Center,  which has unique programs for baby boomers and older adults.  866-442-6539

Cornerstone: Family owned and operated treatment provider in Southern California featuring comprehensive primary services and transitional living.  24/7 Helpline 800-385-9889

Cottonwood de Tucson: Excellent dual diagnosis facility with many special programs. Talented clinicians. Tucson, Arizona.   (800) 877-4520

Crossroads Centre: Eric Clapton’s beautiful residential treatment center located in Antigua, West Indies. Reasonably priced, world-class treatment in a beautiful location.  1-888-452-0091

Cumberland Heights: Moderately priced, high quality 28 day treatment program in rolling hills outside Nashville.   1-800-646-9998 or 615-356-2700

Father Martin’s Ashley: A beautiful and well-staffed facility, founded by one of the giants in the treatment field. Harve de Grace, Maryland, near Baltimore.

Meadows: Exclusive treatment center with focus on trauma, sexual addiction, and co-occurring disorders, in Wickenburg, Arizona.  Call 24 hours a day 866-807-3778

Menninger Clinic: Excellent psychiatric and chemical dependency services in Houston are offered nationally to adults and adolescents. Special inpatient evaluation programs.  800-351-9058

Elkhorn Adolescent Treatment Center: Over the past 18 years, hundreds of children from all over the Northwest with chemical dependency problems have been helped by this program, located in the rural setting of Baker City, Oregon. 541-523-8320

Origins Recovery Center: Medium and long term residential programs in South Padre Island, Texas, with exceptional staff. Separate treatment centers for men and for women.   888-U-GET-WELL

Rosecrance: Treatment for adults and adolescents in Rockford, Illinois. Wide range of services at a reasonable cost.  (815) 391-1000

Seabrook House: Outstanding primary treatment for men and women with good medical and psych services in Bridgeton, NJ in the country outside Philidelphia. Extended care for men at Seabrook West, in Westfield, Sophisticated but straight-forward.  800-761-7575

Shepherd Hill: Solid, no-nonsense treatment in a modern medical facility near Columbus, Ohio. An excellent value for a full-service provider  800-223-6410

Sierra Tucson: Top echelon provider of chemical dependency and dual diagnosis services, featuring extensive facilities and innovative therapy. Tucson, Arizona.   800-842-4498

Sober Living By The Sea: Primary and extended treatment with many innovative programs in Newport Beach, CA. Geared towards young adults with an emphasis on community-based recovery.  866-323-5609

Wilderness Treatment Center: Young adult males have great success at this well established facility. Extensive outdoor activities and a 12 Step foundation. Marion, Montana.  406-854-2832

Willingway Hospital: Family run treatment center founded by Dr. John Mooney and his wife in the early 1960’s. Excellent treatment and detox in Statesboro, Georgia.   1-800-242-9455

This list was adapted and expanded from a listing on Jeff and Debra Jay's website We gratefully acknowledge their help and support.



Al-Anon Family Groups are for anyone who has been affected by someone’s problem drinking or drug use.  Here you’ll find an updated listing of meetings with dates, times, and places.
Everything you need to know about Alcoholics Anonymous, including how to find meetings around you.
The Narcotics Anonymous official website offers information including when and where to find meetings in your area.


The University of Washington Alcohol and Drug Abuse Institute aims to conduct and share academic research on substance abuse.  Great source of information for alcohol, marijuana, and other drugs.
American Council for Drug Education offers suggestions for prevention as well as education on current drug use including common signs and symptoms.

Addiction Center provides information about addiction, treatment and recovery. Its growing database of treatment center reivews aims to help those seeking treatment find the facility that best fits their personal needs.
This site offers a short questionnaire to help you gauge how harmful your alcohol consumption is and how it compares to the rest of the population.

Addiction, Support, and Knowledge (ASK) supports people touched by the disease of addiction.
The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University provides a list of resources including publications and books.
Phoenix House’s Center on Addiction and the Family (COAF) offers help and hope for families affected by alcohol and other drug use.  Great site for families and parents looking for help because it offers basic information about alcohol, drugs and addiction

This site offers guidance in seeking drug abuse treatment and answers important questions about searching for the right treatment program.
The partnership at Drug Free offers information on prevention, intervention, treatment, and recovery. The site is easy to use and offers videos, podcasts, blogs and even a toll free parent helpline (1-855-DRUGFREE).  Great resource.

Join Together is a collaboration of the Boston University School of Public Health and the Partnership at, dedicated to advancing effective drug and alcohol policy, prevention and treatment. If you want to keep up-to-date on current research and statistical surveys, this is the website to visit – it’s easy to use, offers lots of solid information and news regarding drug use,  and even offers a YouTube page.
The Empowering Parents website offers a wide variety of articles regarding various  child behavior problems from anger and defiance to substance use and risky behavior. This site also provides tools and advice for talking to children about these difficult topics and sells parenting literature.
Faces and Voices of Recovery (FAVOR), a national advocacy organization, working to organize the recovery community, change public perceptions of recovery, a national rallying point for recovery advocates, linking advocates to organizing, policy and research support, building advocacy skills through hands-on training and technical assistance and improving access to policymakers and the media. Also Organizes the Association of Recovery Community Organizations which Trilogy is a member of. Their site offers online recovery resources and publications including personal stories, and multimedia.
News, interviews, reports, and essays on addiction and recovery.
Hazelden offers great information on treatment, recovery, prevention, advocacy and research.  Hazelden also provides special links for those in recovery such as recovery tools, as well as their family and friends.
Marin Institute is known as “The Industry Watchdog” of the alcohol industry. They work at state, national and global levels to seek change in the alcohol industry and the way it is (and isn’t) regulated. Visit this site for more information on alcoholism, the alcohol industry, and how you can make a difference.
The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. offers information about alcohol and other drugs, links for parents and youth, and information for people in recovery.
The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism website offers news regarding recent research, publications, and a multitude of resources.
The National Institute on Drug Abuse website offers links for parents and teachers as well as for students and young adults. En Español Información sobre las Drogas de Abuso más Comunes y Temas Relacionados

24/7 addiction helpline.
The Science and Management of Addictions (SAMA) foundation works to eliminate the disease of substance addiction in youth by advancing research, education, and treatment. SAMA provides a free telephone support (888-922-SAMA) to parents and other concerned family members to help them navigate the treatment system.
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration website offers extensive information on everything from prevention to recovery support, along with research publications, statistical analyses, surveys, and Frequently Asked Questions.
The Center for Substance Abuse Treatment through SAMHSA promotes the quality and availability of community-based substance use treatment for individuals and families who need them.
Sponsored by the Washington State Coalition to Reduce Underage Drinking, this website offers detailed information about how to talk to your children about alcohol and other drugs, including an age-by-age guide for talking with kids.  Washington state’s Healthy Youth Survey Data are also included on this site.
Website based on the book “Teens Under the Influence,” co-authored by Trilogy’s co-founder Kathy Ketcham. The site offers information on the book, the authors, and recovery stories from local Walla Walla families.  Also be sure to check out a special section on how to find a treatment center under resources.
This website is chock full of helpful, up-to-date information on adolescent drug use and addiction, commonly used drugs, advice for parents, effects of drugs on the adolescent’s developing brain, and advice for parents including conversation tips and talking points.
Community of Concern offers advice on how to bring family and community together to create a drug-free environment.  The website offers sensible advice for parents including when to start educating your children, how to know if your child is using, and what to say to your child when you suspect a problem.



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Hazelden now offers an iPhone application designed to engage you in a full year of recovery support. Born from MORE, or My Ongoing Recovery Experience, a web-based program of personalized continuing care provided by Hazelden. This application teaches you the essential skills connected to core recovery principles, helping you evolve in your sobriety.



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