RemedyBlox' founder Remedy Max - belongs to various addiction recovery fellowships and organizations in Canada and the USA - some of which are listed below. As an affiliate and contributing member she continues to enhance her knowledge about best practices in addiction recovery as well as remaining informed about latest research findings and trends in addiction treatment and recovery to ensure educational services provided to the public are current and of value.
Arnie Wexler is a Certified Compulsive Gambling Counselor (CCGC), and was the Executive Director of the Council on Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey for eight years.
Arnie is one of the foremost experts on compulsive gambling in this country, and has been involved in helping compulsive gamblers for over 30 years. He has appeared on many of America’s top television shows, including Oprah, NightLine, and 48 Hours. He has been quoted and profiled in hundreds of magazines and newspapers.
He offers consultation, interventions, group, individual, and family counseling, couple’s workshops, referrals, evaluations, and expert testimony. In addition, providing educational seminars, workshops, and training.
Tel: 1-(888) LAST BET / 1-888-527-8238
Website / Blog: www.aswexler.com
A virtual online fellowship with close to 1,600 members. It serves as an excellent educational platform offering recovery support and educational materials to its members in recovery. It also holds regular Virtual Recovery Meetings with a focus on the well being of all members looking for a safe place to grow in recovery from an Addiction to Gambling.
Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/1971333649801828/
RGC is a well respected, independent non-profit organization that serves as a leader in the prevention of problem gambling in Canada and globally for more than 35 years.
They are committed to working with all stakeholders, including operators, regulators, players and families, to reduce the risks of gambling and provide information and resources to those who need support.
This includes assisting operators and regulators by:
They also lend the following assistance to players and families:
Soldiers Of Self-Mastery was founded in 2016 by Santos Rolon Jr. - a life coach who created a Boot Camp of sorts via online videos, weekly podcasts, and 4 published books - to provide support and helpful motivational tools to individuals battling addictions as well as for survivors of domestic abuse.
A non-profit community resource that aims to eliminate addiction in Central Alabama. Originally named The Freedom Source, APC has been providing support for the greater Birmingham area for over a decade. Through their in-school prevention programs, educational events, and collection of support services, the APC aims to be a convener of organizations united to prevent addiction and relapse.
The Ontario Association of Mental Health Professionals (OAMHP) is Ontario’s largest association of mental health professionals. Formed in 1978 as the Ontario Association of Counsellors, Consultants, Psychometrists & Psychotherapists (OACCPP), the name was changed in September 2019 to better represent our diverse membership and the collaborative roles they play in the continuum of mental healthcare.
Their 3,000+ members embody the spectrum of mental healthcare providers at work in family health teams, hospitals, school boards, workplaces, community centres and private clinics – just about everywhere you find mental health services in your community. As their preferred professional association, the OAMHP delivers high-quality professional development events, essential insurance requirements, practical benefits and personal business solutions.
The OAMHP is an incorporated provincial body of mental health service providers with a mandate to provide for the professional needs of their members, and to meet the needs of the community in identifying and certifying competent practitioners providing services in mental health consulting, counselling, psychometry, and psychotherapy.
OAMHP Certification recognizes knowledge, skills and aptitude of mental health professionals, emphasizing competence and expertise in their provision of services.
The OAMHP works tirelessly to provide our members with engaging and effective professional development opportunities; while monitoring and proactively responding to issues within the mental health profession that are important to their membership.
Address: 586 Eglinton Ave East, Suite 410
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M4P 1P2
Tel: (416) 298-7333
Toll-Free: (888) 622-2779
Fax: (416) 298-9593
The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) is Canada's largest mental health teaching hospital and one of the world's leading research centres in its field.
CAMH is fully affiliated with the University of Toronto and is a Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization Collaborating Centre.
With a dedicated staff of more than 3,000 physicians, clinicians, researchers, educators and support staff, CAMH offers outstanding clinical care to more than 34,000 patients each year. The organization conducts groundbreaking research, provides expert training to health care professionals and scientists, develops innovative health promotion and prevention strategies, and advocates on public policy issues at all levels of government.
CAMH operates central clinical and research facilities in Toronto. Their 24/7 Psychiatric Emergency Department is located at 1051 Queen Street West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
They also have 10 locations throughout the province of Ontario that provide communities with education and support for program development, health promotion and prevention.
Telephone in GTA: 416 535-8501
Toll-free: 1 800 463-2338
To Access CAMH Clinical Services: 416 535-8501, press 2
A Canadian organization that brings together people and knowledge to improve the health and safety of individuals, families and communities across Canada. As a national non-profit created by an Act of Parliament, they hold a unique position from which they bridge the gap between government agencies and public stakeholders.
Partnership to End Addiction is a cohesive joining of two pioneering and preeminent addiction-focused organizations — Center on Addiction and Partnership for Drug-Free Kids.
Partnership to End Addiction is a diverse community of researchers, advocates, clinicians, communicators - all working together to provide support and solutions for families impacted by addiction. They mobilize families, policymakers, researchers and health care professionals to more effectively address addiction systemically on a national scale.
Originally founded as The Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse (CASA) at Columbia University in 1992 by Joseph A. Califano, Jr., former U.S. Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare in the Carter administration and Chief Domestic Advisor to President Johnson, the organization focused on alcohol, tobacco, drug abuse and addiction, and assembled under one roof the skills needed to assess the impact of all addictive substances in all sectors of society.
Today, Mr. Califano remains active with the organization and serves on its Board of Directors. In the decades that followed its founding, the organization would distinguish itself as the preeminent leader in conducting and synthesizing research focused on improving the understanding, prevention and treatment of substance use and addiction.
Is an on-demand addiction recovery program available only online that was conceived & developed by Board-Certified Psychiatrist, Dr. Daniel Hochman, MD.
His program aims to help addicts with ease of access to addiction recovery strategies. As a holistic psychiatrist as well he too addresses underlying issues that contribute towards an individual developing a behavior addiction and/or substance abuse.
The Recovery Village Drug and Alcohol Rehab delivers comprehensive treatment services for substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders. They have centers located across the USA.
They offers clients a full continuum of care, including medical detox, residential services and outpatient programs. They also are an excellent resource for survivors of domestic abuse and intimate partner violence.
633 Umatilla Blvd.
Umatilla, FL 32784
Tel: (352) 771-2700
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