Medicines to Treat Alcohol Use Disorders
This brochure for adults with alcohol use disorders was compiled by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality in 2016. It includes information about medications.
A Guide to Low-Risk Drinking
This brochure has been designed to provide quick access to simple advice to hazardous and harmful drinkers in the SBIRT Project on identification and management of alcohol related problems.
By the NIAAA, Rethinking Drinking offers valuable, research-based information. The packet is split into two parts, “How much is too much?” and “Thinking about a change?”
How to Prevent Alcohol-Related Problems
This booklet is not only for people who have drinking problems, it is also for people who are drinking enough to be at risk of developing future health problems.
Self-Help Strategies for Cutting Down or Stopping Substance Use: A Guide
Compiled by the World Health Organization in 2010.
Harmful Interactions: Mixing Alcohol with Medicines
By the NIAAA, this pamphlet lists medications that can cause harm when taken with alcohol and describes the effects that can result. The list gives both common brand names and generics or active ingredient.
Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What To Ask
A research-based guide by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) designed for consumers and their families.
Medication-Assisted Treatment for Opioid Addiction: Facts for Friends and Family
A plain-language guide to medications for opioid use disorders by SAMHSA, designed for consumers and their families.
“Information about Your Health” Brochures
A series of plain-language tri-fold brochure for patients about substance use and health. Created by IRETA. The seven brochures each cover a different class of substances; opioids, amphetamines, marijuana, cocaine, benzodiazepines, alcohol, or tobacco.