Wellness Program Professional Resources List

Alcohol Abuse Help:

AA (Alcoholics Anonymous): An online help resource or call 800-371-1475

Al-Anon: A resource for those involved with someone addicted to drugs or alcohol. Call: 800-356-9996

Alcohol Help Line National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD) Inc – 559-688-2994 – 525 E Bardsley Ave, Tulare, CA 93274 –

IDAA: International Doctors in Alcoholics Anonymous:; email:

Kaiser Employees Assistance Professional (EAP) Service Line: 877-804-9753, Kaiser program members only

Moderation Management

Substance Abuse Help:

California Self-Help Center: 800-222-5465

California Network of Treatment Resources (CALNET): Referral information only, call 800-367-8336 (Action)

Celebrate Recovery –

Cocaine Helpline: 800-527-5344 (800 COCAINE)

Drug Abuse Information and Treatment Referral Hotline (NIDA Hotline): 800-662-4357 (800-662-HELP)

Employee Assistance Professionals Association (EAPA): Trained to help employers with on the job problems. 703-522-6272

LifeRing Secular Recovery –

NA: Narcotics Anonymous: Help for drug problems

Rational Recovery –

Secular Organizations for Sobriety –

SMART Recovery –

Veterinary Medical Board Maximus Diversion Program:

Women For Sobriety, Inc. –

Mental Wellness / Compassion Fatigue / Suicide Prevention:


Wellness & Peer Assistance
Access Your Wellness

Family Doctor:

Not One More Vet:

Sutter/California Health Systems Crisis Line: 415-696-5900 (access 25 hospitals)

Suicide Prevention:

Vets4Vets (confidential support group for veterinarians):

Wellness Web:

General Health Questions:

The following web pages are for information only.

Mayo Clinic:

American Heart Association:

Health Finder:

On Health:

Other Resources:

Faces and Voices of Recovery mutual aid group directory – covers 12-Step, Alcohol, Co-occurring Health Conditions, Faith-Based, Family- and Friend-Focused, Gender-Specific, Medication-Assisted, Secular, and Youth-Focused categories:

Faces and Voices of Recovery Resource Library:

Thrive in Five – Toolkit for Success – steps to help new veterinary school graduates:

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