March 28, 2008 -- If you or someone you know is finding it difficult to stop using drugs or abusing alcohol, there is help and support available online. The following Web sites are some of the many resources available.
CLICK HERE to visit Alcoholics Anonymous, "a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism." Find answers to frequently asked questions, search for local AA meetings and more.
The Partnership for a Drug Free America is a nonprofit organization uniting communications professionals, renowned scientists and parents. Best known for its national drug-education campaign, the partnership's mission is to reduce illicit drug use in America.
CLICK HERE to find out how to get help for someone with a drug addiction.
Kids who learn about drugs are up to 50 percent less likely to use. Trying to find the right way to talk to your kids about drugs? CLICK HERE to visit the Time to Talk Web site for more information.
Looking for a treatment center? CLICK HERE to access a database is maintained by the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. The site has a comprehensive source of information for persons seeking treatment for themselves or for someone else. You may also call 1-800-662-HELP.
National Institute on Drug Abuse is the science and research behind drug addiction.
The The Malibu Beach Recovery Center (formerly the Marshak Rehabilitation Clinic), located in Malibu, Calif., is the same clinic Eamon O'Hare graduated from.
Viewers that want to ask Daniel Baldwin questions are encouraged to write to him at the Club Soba Web site. Club Soba is the Sober Living facility where Baldwin and O'Hare live.
Described as "a safe, transitional, sober environment aiding in establishing and maintaining a strong foundation in recovery," the community posted the following message from Baldwin on its Web site.
Hello and thank you for contacting us! This is Daniel Baldwin. I am an actor, director, writer, producer, but most importantly a recovering alcoholic and addict. Welcome to a Web site that may change the lives of both you and many around you. My hope, by lending my name to this site, is to give you what it is I have to offer: my experience strength and hope. Please take this time to register so that I may contact you in hopes to answer any questions you may have. Perhaps together we can help you and or that loved one, which may be suffering at this time.
Daniel Baldwin -- Recovering Alcoholic and Addict