Information - reliable, non-judgmental information about psychoactive plants, chemicals, and related issues - a wealth of information concerning the pharmacology, culture, chemistry, history, and future of opioids - a great collection of educational resources aimed at those in trouble with an opiate drug

The Ibogaine Dossier - covering all things Ibogaine, an anti-addictive drug used in the treatment of opioid addiction

Forums - a popular international message board promoting free discussion on responsible drug use and harm reduction - available for those who use opiates, for those researching opiates, or for those who have questions regarding the use of opiates

Somni-Forum - a web forum for discussions related to the opium poppy, poppy cultivation, poppy tea, and opioids in general

Methadone Support Org - offers discussion forums for methadone and Methadone Anonymous support

Drugs-Forum - an international community offering a wealth of quality information and discussion of drug-related topics

Harm Reduction

Harm Reduction Coalition - a national advocacy organization promoting the advancement of harm reduction policies, practices and programs

Canadian Harm Reduction Network - dedicated to reducing the social, health and economic harms associated with drugs and drug policies

Injecting Advice - a blog with harm reduction information to injecting drug users

Unified Networkers of Drug Users Nationally (UNDUN) - an ad-hoc coalition of users, ex-users, and allies that promote harm reduction

INDRO e.V. - a non-profit and non-government advocacy organization for harm reduction and rational drug policies

Drug Policy & Politics

Drug Policy Alliance - an American organization promoting drug policies that are grounded in science, compassion, health and human rights

DrugSense - a non-profit organization founded to inform citizens and encourage involvement in drug policy reform

The Media Awareness Project - a worldwide network dedicated to drug policy reform - offers full-text papers on the geopolitics of illegal drugs in Asia


Students for Sensible Drug Policy - honest conversations about drugs and drug policy

Jynxie's Natural Habitat - dope bags, drug branding, Brooklyn & beyond -- a blog with reviews of NYC area heroin stamp bags.

JUNKe Life - observations of an injection drug user -- a blog containing thoughts of an opioid addict & IV user

Opiophilia - devoted to everything in the world of opioids, and the people who love them

NAMA Recovery of Tennessee - information on opioid addiction and medication assisted treatment (MAT) with methadone or buprenorphine

Studio L Online - authored by a Freelance Writer, Recovering Opiate Addict, Former IV Drug User, Methadone Patient and Harm Reduction Advocate

The Methadone Maze - a couple who are making their way through the methadone maze and wish to share what we have learned along the way

Other Resources

Suboxone Treatment Directory - physicians and treatment programs in the U.S.A. authorized to treat opioid addiction with buprenorphine

Methadone Clinic Directory - a directory of clinics in the U.S.A. and Canada offering methadone maintenance programs

Addictions and Recovery - a resource that helps addicts and their loved ones in their struggle to overcome addiction

Naloxone Distributors for Overdose Prevention - search for free/low cost naloxone distributors, courtesy of - news about the latest recalls, FDA warnings, and lawsuits dealing with drugs and medical devices.

Drug Dangers - provides news about defective medical devices and drugs in order to promote education and awareness

streetRx - latest street prices for prescription drugs

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