Recovery Resource Hub Help

If you are in need of immediate care or emergency services, please call 911. Our National and State resources page offers services available in the United States that offer immediate support, information, and help for you or a loved one.

National Help Resources

For anyone playing a supportive role in the life of a young person struggling with drug or alcohol use, contact the Parent Helpline at the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids:

Call 1-855-378-4373, send an email, or text a message to 55753.

The SAMHSA National Helpline is a free, confidential, treatment referral and information service for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders.

Call 1-800-662-4357

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline connects you with a crisis center in the Lifeline network closest to your location. Your call will be answered by a trained crisis worker who will listen empathetically and without judgment. The crisis worker will work to ensure that you feel safe and help identify options and information about mental health services in your area. Your call is confidential and free.

Call 1-800-273-8255

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) HelpLine has staff and volunteers who are prepared to answer your questions about mental health issue. Staff and volunteers are unable to provide counseling or therapy, cannot provide specific recommendations for things like treatment or do individual casework, legal representations or other individual advocacy.

Call Monday through Friday, 10:00 am – 6:00 pm (ET) at 1-800-950-6264 or email

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About Help

When searching online for help for yourself or a loved one, you may find what are advertised as free treatment and recovery support referral services. These services are frequently affiliated with private, for-profit providers—it is important to be well informed before engaging with a service that could be putting someone else’s bottom line above the best interests of yourself and your family.

Before you call, write down the type of information that you are looking for or the problem you want to address. The more specific you can be about your needs, the greater the chance that any helpline staff can meet your needs.

You may want to know that we do not endorse or directly support any presented resource. Those seeking programs, services, or treatment are urged to verify each provider’s credentials and certifications to confirm their expertise and quality of service.

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