List of Addiction and Substance Abuse Organizations

List Of Addiction And Substance Abuse Organizations

An addiction service assists persons (and their families) who are struggling with an addiction to drugs, including alcohol (substance abuse) or other forms of addiction, such as problem gambling and sexual addiction.

Numerous addiction and substance abuse services exist worldwide to aid in rehabilitation. Some of these services include:

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