Drug and Alcohol Addiction Resources

Pannell Library


HV 5278 .M55 2005
Controlling your drinking, Miller, William R. & Munoz, Ricardo F.

HV 5292 .A393 2004
Altering American consciousness: the history of alcohol and drug use in the United States, 1800-2000, Acker, Caroline Jean

HV 5825 .B87 2011
Drug Abuse: Its Natural History and Clinical Treatment, Burt, Marvin R.

HV 5825 .D7793 2008
Drugs and justice: seeking a consistent, coherent, comprehensive view, Battin, M. Pabst

HV 5825 .R484 2012
Blowing Smoke: Rethinking the War on Drugs, Reznicek, Michael J.

HV 5831 .C2 S54
Beautiful boy: a father's journey through his son's meth addiction, Sheff, David.

RC 564.5 .W65 W66 2006
Women under the influence, Columbia University. National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse.

RC 564.68 .D365 2006
Addiction and mood disorders: a guide for clients and families, Daley, Dennis C.


HV 4998 .H54 2002 EB
High anxieties [electronic resource]: cultural studies in addiction Brodie, Janet Farrell.

HV 4998.G73 1999 EB
Coming clean [electronic resource]: overcoming addiction without treatment, Granfield, Robert

HV 5000 .C2 R48 2003 EB
Responding to the oppression of addiction [electronic resource]: Canadian social work perspectives, Csiernik, Rick.

HV 5053 .A436 2002 EB
Alcohol and violence [electronic resource]: epidemiology, neurobiology, psychology, and family issues, Galanter, Marc.

HV 5068 .D78 1999 EB
Drunkard's progress [electronic resource]: narratives of addiction, despair, and recovery, Crowley, John William

HV 5068 .M36 2004 EB
Goodbye, Mr. Wonderful [electronic resource]: alcoholism, addiction and early recovery, McCully, C. B.

HV 5132 .C47 2000 EB
Children of addiction [electronic resource]: research, health, and public policy issues, Fitzgerald, Hiram E.

HV 5801 .S733 2002 EB
Stages and pathways of drug involvement [electronic resource]: examining the gateway hypothesis, Kandel, Denise B.

RC 552 .R44 E53 2000 EB
Loving him without losing you [electronic resource]: how to stop disappearing and start being yourself, Engel, Beverly.

RC 563.4 .D78 2003 EB
Drug addiction [electronic resource]: a medical dictionary, bibliography, and annotated research guide to Internet references, Parker, Philip M.

RC 564 .G384 2001 EB
The orchestration of joy and suffering [electronic resource]: understanding chronic addiction, Gerwe, Corinne F.

RC 564 .P784 2002 EB
The psychodynamics of addiction [electronic resource], Weegmann, Martin.

RC 564 .P855 2004 EB
Psychosocial treatments [electronic resource], McCance-Katz, Elinore F.

RC 565 .R43 2003 EB
Recent developments in alcoholism. Vol. 16, Research on alcoholism treatment: methodology, psychosocial treatment, selected treatment topics, research priorities [electronic resource], Galanter, Marc.

RC 568 .O58 B37 2003 EB
Basic and clinical science of opioid addiction [electronic resource], Kuntze, Marcus F.

RM 315 .C66 2003 EB
Comite de Expertos de la OMS en Farmacodependencia [electronic resource] WHO Expert Committee on Addiction-Producing Drugs

Community Resources

The following programs or organizations are currently providing information and/or services for individuals needing assistance as a result of the use of illicit drugs and/or the abuse of alcohol:

Alcoholics Anonymous (575) 397-7009
Alcoholics Anonymous is a support group for recovering alcoholics, and is also adaptable to persons recovering from other forms of dependencies. Al-A-Teen is a group for teenagers of relatives who drink; and Al-A- Non is a group for family members of those who drink. Spanish-speaking and non-smoking AA meetings are available. Call any time for information regarding place and time of meetings and/or assistance. There is no charge for participation in AA.

Community Drug Coalition (575) 391-1301, P.O. Box 5403, Hobbs, NM 88240
The Community Drug Coalition of Lea County is a 501c 3, non-profit organization established by local community leaders and private citizens to combat the growing drug problem in Hobbs and Lea County, New Mexico. The CDC began as a grass roots effort to combat drugs, and is comprised of a broad spectrum of community leaders, private citizens and volunteers.

Guidance Center of Lea Co., Inc. (575) 393-3168, 24-hour (575) 393-6633, 920 W. Broadway, Hobbs, NM 88240
The Guidance Center provides 24-hour crisis intervention services, which include marriage, family, child, individual, and alcohol/drug counseling, as well as psychological testing and assessment. Narcotics Anonymous meeting information is also available. The cost is based on individual’s ability to pay.

Lea Regional Mental Health Services, (575) 492-5000, Box 3000, 5419 Lovington Highway, Hobbs, NM 88240
Lea Regional Mental Health Services treat acute mentally ill patients and drug/alcohol abuse when secondary to mental illness. Patients are referred to appropriate facilities for additional rehabilitation. Payment may be made through appropriate insurance.

Palmer Drug Abuse Program, 397-6333 or (575) 397-6237, 200 E. Snyder, Hobbs, NM 88240
The Palmer Drug Abuse Program provides substance abuse counseling for individuals twelve (12) years through twenty-five (25) years of age. Family counseling is also available. PDAP counselors are available and on call. There is no charge for the service.

Start Your Recovery, (800)-662-4357     StartYourRecovery.org
Support for overcoming substance abuse tailored to you. This is an online program.