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Every person is unique, and their treatment plan should be too. Our staff of clinicians and counselors provides free, confidential support for anyone in need of help with a substance use-related issue, including patients, their families and providers.

*We are not affiliated with any treatment centers or providers.


Our clinicians listen to you.




We can find you help where you live.


What services are provided?

  • Free, confidential support for patients, families, and providers

  • Connection to local treatment and recovery resources

  • Resources for families grieving a substance-related loss

  • Information on naloxone, overdose prevention, and syringe service programs

  • Evidence-based information for people who are concerned about their substance use or that of a loved one

Who will I be talking to?

  • Trained addiction counselors. Our support staff is experienced in working with individuals impacted by substance use disorder

 How are treatment connections made?

Our clinical staff use validated screening and assessment tools to make recommendations on the appropriate level of care. Counselors initiate treatment connections using our national database of treatment and recovery resources, as well as other reputable sources, to identify programs and help the individual to coordinate engagement in services as needed. Additional factors such as insurance, transportation, and individual preferences are utilized to make personalized recommendations.

*The Addiction Resource Center is a project of the nonprofit organization Addiction Policy Forum, and is not affiliated with any treatment center or provider*


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