Al-Anon is an organisation that provides support for families, friends and others affected by alcoholics. The website provides links to Al-Anon International where you can find listings for Al-Anon resources and meeting locations in India. The website provides links to Alateen, a site specifically for young people whose lives have been affected by someone else’s drinking.
The site provides information about alcoholism and alcoholics anonymous meetings in India. Good links to FAQ and meeting locations and schedules in India.
The website is sponsored by the US government and offers information about alcoholism. The news section provides the latest news regarding alcoholism.
Smokefree.gov provides free, accurate, evidence-based information and professional assistance to help support the immediate and long-term needs of people trying to quit smoking.
SPYM operates throughout India and provides residential and outpatient treatment services for youth and adults with substance use disorders, runs programmes aimed at reducing the impact of “HIV/AIDS”, and offers housing and support programmes for the homeless. The “News” section provides relevant news from all around the world.
STAIRS is a not-for-profit organisation working towards sports, education, and health and skill development of children across India. STAIRS uses sports to keep the young away from drugs and help them channel their energies towards personal and economic growth. The “Our Programmes” section provides information about various types of sports available at STAIRS.
This is a community-based organisation for recovering addicts. The website provides information about NA recovery meetings throughout India. There are links for meeting schedules in Bangalore, Bhuvaneshwar, Chandigarh, Chennai, Darjeeling, Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, and Nangal.They also organise Skype meetings.
This site has information on substance abuse and addictive behaviour. Check out the sections on specific types of drug abuse and recovery. The website also has articles explaining how one can assess themselves for addiction.