Helpful Resources

You may find the following websites helpful. Please note that by providing links to other sites, Hope for a Broken World does not guarantee, approve or endorse the information or products available on these sites.

Help for Addiction:

Alcoholics Anonymous

Al-Anon (Help for friends and families of problem drinkers.)

Narcotics Anonymous

Nar-Anon (Help for relatives and friends of addicts.)

Information on alcohol and drug addiction and treatment (We do not endorse or recommend treatment facilities associated with these sites.)

Partnership for Drug-Free Kids

1-855-DRUGFREE (1-855-378-4373)

The Prevention Coalition (Founded by a group of retired school counselors and therapists to provide an accessible drug use and abuse prevention resource for parents, teachers, counselors and other concerned adults.)

Gamblers Anonymous

Gam-Anon (Help for families and loved ones of problem/compulsive gamblers.)

Medicare Coverage for Addiction Treatment for Seniors

Finding Treatment:

A government-sponsored site to help you find facilities in your area offering treatment for substance abuse, addiction and/or mental health problems.

Help for Hurting Parents:

A blog by Dena and Tom Yohe who help parents, hurting over the destructive choices of their teen to adult children, to understand that they’re not alone so that they can walk this painful journey with encouragement and hope.

Help for Couples and Families Experiencing Divorce, Infidelity and Other Crises:

Divorce Care (A Church Initiative ministry to families experiencing separation and divorce.)

Focus on the Family (A Christian ministry dedicated to helping families thrive.)

Help for Prisoners and Families and Friends of Prisoners:

Prison Fellowship (A Christian ministry to inmates and their families.)

Help for Domestic Violence:

The National Domestic Violence Hotline (Advocacy, safety planning, resources and hope for survivors, friends and family and abusers.)


Help for Mental Illness:

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.

National Institute of Mental Health (Transforming the understanding and treatment of mental illness.)

Suicide Prevention: