April 9, 2011

13th and Fee Lane (next to McNutt)

Indiana University
Bloomington, IN

Mission

To inspire a movement that recognizes substance addiction as a disease and presents the numerous resources and outlets people can utilize for recovery.

Purpose

A2M exists to assist those afflicted with substance addiction and guide them towards recovery and a healthy lifestyle. These goals are achieved through donations, fundraising, partnerships with addiction resource organizations, and most importantly, support from the Bloomington community.

Reform

Addicted to Music strives to reform both the substance-abuse culture of the IU and Bloomington community, and to promote proposed state legislation to restructure the legal treatment of substance offenders: The Jennifer Act.

Who to Call


**CALL 911 IMMEDIATELY IF YOU SEE ANY OF THESE SYMPTOMS!!**

Signs of Overdose
Information provided by NOPE Task Force: Narcotics Overdose Prevention and Education

Seizures, body tremors
Dilated pupils
Confusion
Hallucinations
Cold, clammy skin
Slow breathing, loud snoring sound
Respiratory arrest, not breathing
Very fast, slow or absent pulse
Unconsciousness


Bloomington Hospital:
812-353-5252

Bloomington Alcoholics Anonymous:
812-334-8191

Bloomington Narcotics Anonymous:
812-331-9767

Treatment Options:
U. S. Dept. of Health and Human Services Center for Substance Abuse Treatment
800-662-HELP