SALIS & Internet Archive Digitization ("Digs") Project:
The SALIS Collection

SALIS is partnering with The Internet Archive to create a digital collection of books focused on alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. The Internet Archive is a non-profit digital library of millions of free books, movies, software, music, and more.

SALIS members and Friends of SALIS are contributing books to be scanned into The SALIS Collection within the Internet Archive, as well as donating funds to support this effort. We're selecting books of significance to the field from any relevant discipline -- medicine, psychology, history, sociology -- and more. The Collection has books from North America, Europe, and Australia, in English and other languages. Once digitized, anyone can "check out" a digital copy of a book and read it online.

The SALIS Collection already holds over 2000 books and more every month, including titles like Jellinek's "The Disease Concept of Alcoholism" and "The Biography of Mrs. Mary Mann: The First Lady of Alcoholics Anonymous." Hundreds more are in the pipeline, awaiting digitization by the Internet Archive.

You Can Help Build The SALIS Collection!

To help us make the alcohol and drug classics and important newer books available to all, please consider donating to the SALIS Digitization Project. Just $30 covers the cost of scanning one book!

Donations will help make hundreds of books available online at no cost to the reader, benefiting researchers and students, treatment providers, policy makers, and the public. Gifts to SALIS are tax-deductible.*

Donate to SALIS

Or, mail a donation check to:

SALIS Office - Digs Project
P.O. Box 9513
Berkeley, CA 94709-0513 USA

Donors will be acknowledged in SALIS News.

For more information, please contact:

Andrea Mitchell, Executive Director
Tel: 510-865-6225

Thank you for supporting SALIS!

* SALIS is recognized by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service under IRS Code Section 501 (c)(3) as a non-profit corporation.  Donations to SALIS are tax deductible within the United States.