Looking for support? From treatment finders to recovery groups to grief support, browse addiction resources here.
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If you live in Delaware, Louisiana, Massachusetts, New York, North Carolina, or West Virginia, you can use Shatterproof’s Addiction Treatment Locator, Analysis, and Standards Platform to find trustworthy information about addiction treatment near you.
This nationwide treatment locator was created by SAMHSA.
No matter where you look for treatment, it should follow these science-based best practices.
Use Google’s custom map to find many types of recovery meetings, from NA and AA to secular approaches like SMART Recovery, in your area.
A global recovery community offering a variety of virtual group meetings several times a day.
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) has pulled together lots of helpful recovery resources, from virtual meetings to Reddit threads and other sites and message boards.
This organization's philosophy is that "there are as many ways to live free of drugs and alcohol as there are stories of successful sober people."
This online recovery community offers free recovery and peer support, plus a great blog filled with interesting stories and advice.
In partnership with CHESS Health, this nonprofit has created a research-based app to help manage and support recovery.
This nonprofit has compiled helpful links to a variety of recovery supports.
Virtual meetings, chats, and resources from:
This nonprofit offers peer support and one-on-one help from specialists if you have a child who’s struggling with addiction.
This national nonprofit serving people who use drugs offers naloxone and syringe access, harm reduction trainings, and connections to local groups.
An online and mail-based harm reduction platform offering naloxone access for people who use drugs.
Grief Recovery After a Substance Use Passing (GRASP) offers free local support meetings, plus book recommendations and other helpful resources.
A community specifically dedicated to 20 and 30somethings who’ve experienced significant loss. Visit their website to browse resources and get connected with a local table.
Offering meetings and resources, including a family hub Facebook group.
SAMHSA’s National Helpline: 1-800-662-HELP (4357)
National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255