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Iowa Substance Abuse Information Center
The Iowa Substance Abuse Information Center (ISAIC) was established as a special service of the Cedar Rapids Public Library. Its mission is to support education, prevention, and treatment efforts in Iowa through timely access to accurate information concerning substance abuse, gambling, and related topics. ISAIC processes over 1,500 requests for information each month, and welcomes all inquiries.

Do It Now Foundation
Do It Now Foundation
This foundation has been developing innovative publications and education materials on substance abuse, alcoholism & related health since 1968. Currently their site archives the collection of educational publications in these areas. It is especially comprehensive in detailing resources about street drugs.

The Royal College of Psychiatrists 'Help is at Hand' Leaflet Series - Alcohol & Drugs
Royal College of Physicians
The Royal College of Psychiatrists' 'Help is at Hand' Series. The first leaflet was published seven years ago and the topics covered are continually expanding. Over four million leaflets have now been produced by the College.

Addiction Recovery Guide: Your Internet Guide to Recovery
Lucy Waletzky, MD
The Addiction Recovery Guide assists individuals struggling with drug addiction and alcoholism find help that best suits their needs. A recovery resource for drug and alcohol addiction including evaluation, 12 step and other programs, treatment locators, residential treatment centers and holistic approaches including acupuncture, biofeedback, hypnosis, meditation, nutrition and yoga.

DUI Foundation
DUI Foundation
This nonprofit organization seeks to prevent people from driving under the influence by educating about the risks and dangers of doing so.  The site provides information about what constitutes driving under the influence, the laws and violations that can occur, the penalties that various states can impose for convictions, the emotional and personal costs involved, and resources for support and more information.