How to Find Treatment for Addiction
This is not a complete list. Listing here does not mean Access Counseling Services, PLLC endorses any program. Support groups below are for persons suffering with substance use disorder as well as families impacted.
Dual Recovery Anonymous 913-991-2703
National Alliance of Methadone Advocates 212-595-NAMA (6262)
Rational Recovery 530-621-4374
Secular Organizations for Sobriety 323-666-4295
SMART Recovery 866-951-5357
Women for Sobriety, Inc. 215-536-8026
Cardinal Innovations Healthcare (Franklin. Granville, Halifax, Vance, Warren) 1-800-939-5911
Counselors at Partnership for Drug-Free Kids will listen to your story – the challenges, setbacks, obstacles and myriad of emotions that often go along with a child’s substance use. Given that there is no one-size-fits-all approach and each family is unique, they’ll propose a personalized course of action, offering the best tools and resources to help you help your child, yourself and your family. Get help by calling 1-855-378-4373.
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Through videos, articles and personal stories within the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids’ Parent Blog, you can read and listen to advice from experts and get insights from families who have been impacted by substance use. As there is no one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to problematic substance use and addiction, you will learn about a variety of resources and skills that have helped other families, and that there is hope and help.
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Sources: SAMSHA, ASAM
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