Addiction Resources

We hear from a lot of individuals and families that our free consultation helped them find a quality treatment provider that fit with their resources and circumstances. While we continue to off this free service to our communities, we have also spent endless hours creating quick addiction resource guides that list available resources in specific areas. This guide will help you find resources that best fit your needs.


Submit your email, the guide you are requesting, and submit. We will email the resource as requested. Don’t see your area, you can request our team to create a custom list just for you.

Support groups and information

Some support groups have abstinence-only policies and do not look favorably on medication-assisted treatment. The programs listed here do not have such policies, but individual group meetings vary. You may need to try several support groups to find the right one. Some support programs are just for people with a substance use disorder, and others allow families and friends to attend meetings or have separate meetings for them.

suboxone treatment

An Internet-based support group may be your best option if no groups meet in your community.

  • Another option is to contact Alcoholics Anonymous (AA, to find out whether AA meetings in your community are open to people in recovery from other substances besides alcohol.
  • DualRecoveryAnonymous
  • LifeRing
  • NarcoticsAnonymous
  • RationalRecovery
  • SecularOrganizationsforSobriety
  • SMART Recovery
  • WomenforSobriety, Inc.
  • The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) maintains a Web site ( ) that shows the location of residential, outpatient, and hospital inpatient treatment programs for drug addiction and alcoholism throughout the country. This information is also accessible by calling 1-800-662-HELP.
  • The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (1-800-273-TALK) offers more than just suicide prevention—it can also help with a host of issues, including drug and alcohol abuse, and can connect individuals with a nearby professional.
  • The National Alliance on Mental Illness ( ) and Mental Health America ( ) are alliances of nonprofit, self-help support organizations for patients and families dealing with a variety of mental disorders. Both have State and local affiliates throughout the country and may be especially helpful for patients with co-occurring conditions.
  • The American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry and the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry each have physician locator tools posted on their Web sites at  and , respectively.
  • The Partnership at ( ) is an organization that provides information and resources on teen drug use and addiction for parents, to help them prevent and intervene in their children’s drug use or find treatment for a child who needs it. They offer a toll-free helpline for parents (1-855-378-4373).
  • The American Society of Addiction Medicine ( ) is a society of physicians aimed at increasing access to addiction treatment. Their Web site has a nationwide directory of addiction medicine professionals.
  • NIDA’s National Drug Abuse Treatment Clinical Trials Network ( ) provides information for those interested in participating in a clinical trial testing a promising substance abuse intervention; or visit .
  • NIDA’s DrugPubs Research Dissemination Center ( ) provides booklets, pamphlets, fact sheets, and other informational resources on drugs, drug abuse, and treatment.
  • The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism ( provides information on alcohol, alcohol use, and treatment of alcohol-related problems (