Addiction Recovery Organizations & Nonprofits Directory

The organizations listed in the Addiction Recovery Nonprofits Directory offer multifaceted resources providing encouragement, direction and hope to those seeking addiction treatment. These organizations educate the public and promote addiction awareness and prevention, among other objectives. Addiction Hope gratefully acknowledges these outstanding organizations that tirelessly work to promote addiction awareness, prevention and recovery.

Our directory is meant to help you find:

  • Name & Contact Information
  • Location
  • Whether the Organization is National or Local in its resources and focus
  • Public / Consumer or Addiction Recovery Professionals Focused
  • Mission & Purpose of the Organization

Addiction Recovery Organizations Directory

Name Location Type Mission or Purpose
Phone: 561-429-4527
Fax: 561-429-4650
Website: NAATP
11380 Prosperity Farms Road, Suite 209A
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Professional association for addiction providers NAATP’s mission is to provide leadership, advocacy, training and other member support services to assure the continued availability and highest quality of addiction treatment.
Phone: 800-548-0497
Fax: 800-377-1136
Website: NAADAC
1001 N. Fairfax St. Suite 201
Alexandria, VA 22314
Professional association for addiction professionals NAADAC is the premier global organization of addiction focused professionals who enhance the health and recovery of individuals, families and communities. – Adopted 1998
The Partnership for Drug-Free Kids
Phone: 1-855-378-4373
Fax: 212-922-1570
Website: Partnership for Drug-Free Kids
352 Park Avenue South,
9th Floor
New York, NY 10010
Information on teen drug abuse and parental support We work to reduce teen substance abuse and support families impacted by addiction.
The American Dance Therapy Association (ADTA)
Phone: 410-997-4040
Fax: 410-997-4048
Website: ADTA
10632 Little Patuxent Parkway, Suite 108
Columbia, MD 21044
Professional organization for the profession of dance/movement therapy The purpose of the ADTA is to establish, maintain, and support the highest standards of professional identity and competence among dance/movement therapists.