Inhalant Abuse refers to any volatile substance capable of being inhaled, sometimes abused for its intoxicating effect.
ACE is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that was founded in 2000 by the Household & Commercial Products Association (HCPA). ACE sees products as tools for maintaining healthy environments, protecting people and families, and ultimately improving lives. ACE also sees education as an essential component of using products correctly, storing them safely, and disposing of them in sustainable ways.
Our mission is to provide quality, compassionate, and innovative care to adults struggling with addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders. Through comprehensive and customized treatment plans, our research-based, empathetic care we instill hope that long-term recovery is possible. Our purpose and passion is to empower you, your family, and community by helping you achieve recovery and optimal wellness of the mind, body, and spirit.
CRC helps you find behavioral health and addiction treatment services across the United States. In addition to information on treatment for all ages this site also has information on household products that pose a risk for inhalant abuse, the signs of inhalant overdose and misuse, and how to take appropriate steps towards recovery.
This site is dedicated to informing parents, children, family, friends, teachers, and anyone else who is experiencing or has experienced someone involved with inhalant abuse. The Alliance for Consumer Education is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based on informing the public with regards to consumer product, health, and environmental safety awareness.
Newport Academy is a different kind of teen rehab center. Their website provides specific information on controlled substances including inhalants. The prevalence of inhalant abuse among young people, and what steps to take towards addressing and preventing the use of inhalants.
The National Institute on Drug Abuse site that is specifically for teenagers. NIDA for Teens provides access to relevant information on inhalants. It includes facts and resources on inhalant abuse, the scope of the problem and how to reach out and talk to friends who are abusing inhalants. Also available via this link is a list of additional resources.
Poison Control, The National Capital Poison Center provides facts about the dangers of house hold inhalants, demographics at the most risk for abusing inhalants, how to identify inhalant use and how to respond, should you find someone in danger from abusing inhalants. Additionally, this site has information for parents on how to talk to children and adolescence about the dangers of inhalant use and recognizing the signs of inhalant use in the home.