NCCA is now a service of Guest House.
To request a complimentary copy of our prayer booklet titled, “Prayers & Reflections for Addicted Persons and Their Loved Ones,” a current-year calendar or bookmark or for requests for a possible workshop in your area, please contact Colleen Richards, Education and Alumni Administrator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 248-393-8994.
For information regarding Substance Addiction Ministry training, contact Erik A. Vagenius at email@example.com or 561-373-3854, or visit samscripts.org.
Guest House is a residential treatment facility for Catholic clergy and men and women religious. We are not currently affiliated with any lay treatment centers. We recommend contacting your insurance company for direction with lay treatment centers, if help is needed.
Additional information regarding Guest House can be obtained by returning to the welcome page at GuestHouse.org.
Listed below are some helpful resource links:
National Association for Children of Alcoholics (NACoA)advocates for all children and families affected by alcoholism and other drug dependencies
Official site of Al-Anon/Alateen that helps families struggling with addiction of a loved one.
Official site of Alcoholics Anonymous World Services
Priests, deacons, brothers and sisters suffering from addictions have a place to turn to.
Cocaine Anonymous World Services
Narcotics Anonymous World Services
Calix is an association of Catholic alcoholics who are maintaining their sobriety through affiliation with and participation in the Fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous.
The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University.
Center for Education and Drug Abuse Research
Higher Education Center for Alcohol and Drug Prevention, U.S. Department of Education
Florida Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association
The Institute of Alcohol Studies, sponsored by the UK Temperance Alliance Ltd, an educational charity.
Join Together Online, a project of the Boston University School of Public Health, is a national resource for reducing substance abuse and gun violence.
National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute
of the National Institute of Health
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Center for Substance Abuse Treatment
SAMHSA Treatment Facility Locator
Substance Abuse Resource Center
of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Drug Abuse and Mental Illness: Likely Conditions
Certain mental conditions are frequently associated with addiction. To learn more about mental illness, the Mental Illness Research Institute (MIRA) website is helpful .
Addiction Helpline from Recovery Connection.org
Recognizing, understanding and combating substance abuse in college