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Health & Wellness
interactive workplace Web site that provides you, your family,
and colleagues with information about physical health, mental health,
drugs, and alcohol. Our goal is to improve the health, safety,
and quality of life for employees and their families across the
Nation. GetFit.SAMHSA.Gov provides the information and resources
that can help you and your family reach that goal by creating a
healthy environment at work and at home.
Helping Employees Cope: In the aftermath of the terrorist attacks, and ongoing war, our world has drastically changed, and focusing on business-as-usual continues to be difficult. But returning to productive work is a necessary step in our healing, as individuals and as a nation.
Expert: HR has key role in mental health screening : HR professionals have a critical role in setting up and promoting mental health screening programs that, if done right, can benefit employees and possibly save their organizations money in the long term, according to an expert at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
Substance Abuse Issues & Drug Free Workplace
Partners program provides employers with
introductory resources and tools to address the problematic use by
employees of any substance—including but not limited to alcohol,
illegal drugs and prescription and over-the-counter drugs. Helps
you establish a Drug Free Work Place.
Substance Abuse SAHMSA: Substance Abuse Division of Workplace Programs
Drug Free Workplace Resources - Helpful info on drug and alcohol issues
Division of Workplace Programs : SAMHSA's Workplace Resource Center provides centralized access to information about drug-free workplaces and related topics.
Substance Abuse Treatment Locator ; Phone: 1-800-662-HELP
This Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Web site and toll-free phone line help individuals locate drug and alcohol abuse treatment programs in their communities.
American Council on Alcoholism : Phone: (800) 527-5344
This service provides referrals to alcoholism treatment programs nationwide and distributes written materials on alcohol abuse problems.
National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence Help Line : Phone: (800) NCA-CALL
This organization, a planning and oversight agency for public substance abuse treatment programs, provides written information on alcohol and drug abuse and referrals to treatment and counseling services nationwide.
Addiction Mutual Help Resources
Al-Anon/Ala teen : Phone:
Al-Anon provides information on the effects of alcohol abuse and refers friends and families of alcohol abusers to nearby support groups. Al-Anon’s purpose is to help families and friends of alcoholics recover from the effects of living with the problem drinking of a relative or friend. Ala teen is the organization’s program for young people whose lives have been affected by someone else's drinking.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) : Phone: (212) 870-3400
AA offers a way to stop drinking to individuals who feel they have a problem with alcohol. AA groups are located in most cities and rural communities throughout the country. Look up “Alcoholics Anonymous” in a local telephone directory for a contact in your area.
Cocaine Anonymous : Phone: (800)
Cocaine Anonymous provides support for people dependent on cocaine and other mind-altering substances. Callers are referred to local help lines.
Nar-Anon : Phone: (310) 547-5800
Nar-Anon Family Groups: (213) 547-5800
This worldwide program provides support for friends and families of individuals with substance abuse problems.
Narcotics Anonymous World Service Office
(818) 780-3951 and http://www.wsoinc.com/
Georgia Drug Abuse Help line
Compulsive Gambling Help line
Online List of 12 Step Programs
"12 Step" programs are recovery based interventions designed to assist those who may struggle with certain addictions, illnesses or other issues.. Some of these areas include Alcoholism, Drug Abuse, Gambling, Eating Disorders and Abuse. More>>>
OSHA -The OSH Act requires employers to comply with safety and health standards issued by OSHA, as well as with other regulations issued by OSHA. In addition, the Act includes a "general duty clause," which applies to hazards not addressed by any specific OSHA standard. The general duty clause requires employers to provide their employees with a workplace that is free from recognized hazards that are causing or likely to cause death or serious physical harm. For a more detailed summary of the OSH Act, see DOL's Employment Law Guide: Occupational Safety and Health.