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Drug & Alcohol Treatment Referral National Hotline: 1-800-662-4357

National Clearinghouse for Alcohol & Drug Information: 1- 800-729-6686

PRIDE (Parent’s Resource Institute for Drug education):1- 707-458-9900 (no link)

National Families in Action: 1- 707-934-6364

Narcotics Anonymous, World Service Line: 1 - 818-773-9999

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National Help Lines & Referral: 1- 800-435-7111 (no link)

National Alcoholics Anonymous: 1- 212-870-3400

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