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YouTube video on OH describing our collaboration titled: “Community Psychology: Partnerships for Social Justice”:

Video that features Lenny Jason describing Oxford Houses:

Wichita, Kansas Oxford House organization:

Video of Oxford Houses in Georgia:

Jackson Longan’s presentation at one of the OH conventions on different types of OHs

Here is a group of residents from the first Oxford House in Atlanta singing a song on the road to recovery in this YouTube video:

These YouTube brief videos provide an idea of what occurs during an interview for a person seeking entry into an Oxford House:

Second part of the intake process for an Oxford House:

60 minutes tap of Oxford House cropped down to 2 minutes

SAMSHA’s National Registry of Evidence -Based program and practices

Other Important links to Organizations

National Alliance for Recovery Residences

National Council on Alcoholism and Drug
Dependence, Inc. (NCADD)

Partnership for Drug Free Kids

Legal Action Center

Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)

SAMSHA’s National Registry of Evidence -Based program and practices

College Student’s Guide to Substance Abuse in College

Steve Neale’s daughter, Shannon, entering 7th grade this year, found this guide to be very helpful: www.whitesandstreatment.com/interactive-lesson-guide-parents-teachers-teach-kids-drugs-alcohol/

Making a Difference in a Mental Health Career was created to inspire people to get involved in supporting people with mental health concerns and to become powerful advocates for this severely under-resourced area of global concern.

Nicole Wingfield from American Addiction Centers (AAC), who offer up-to-date and helpful information about addiction, recommended these links:




Sarah Witmer provided us this useful Blood Alcohol Content Calculator

National Rehab Centers:   www.onthewagon.org/national-rehab-centers/

Drowsy Driving Safety Resource:   countingsheep.net/drowsy-driving/

Here is information regarding drug and alcohol addiction and connects college students who are struggling to treatment centers that fit their specific needs: AddictionCenter.com