You are not alone.
The road to recovery is not an easy one. On this page, we want to provide you with various kinds of resources. From treatment centers to AA meetings, find your program that's best suited for you.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services and Administration
SAMHA is a free 24/7 helpline that helps callers connect with the best treatments they need.
1 (800) 662 - 4357
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Online small group recovery meetings with peers who support each other in their personal recovery. Each group is uniquely tailored based on compatible and complementary characteristics of its members. You are matched with a small group of people that you can share with, ask for advice and give help to. The goal is to provide a safe space for honest conversation so members can develop meaningful connections.
There are several options for treatment. In-patient treatment and out-patient treatment both offer different benefits. View this resource from the American Addiction Centers to find the right fit for you.
As an international fellowship, Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) has no membership dues or fees. Their Twelve Steps program encourages alcoholics to share their experiences with each other for sobriety. AA's structure, based on its Twelve Traditions, is non-denominational, non-professional, self-supporting and apolitical, with its only requirement being a desire not to drink anymore.
A sober living house (SLH), also known as a sober home or a sober living environment, is an establishment that provides affordable and safe housing and structural support to people who have completed drug rehabilitation programs. This kind of institution serves as a transitional setting for people to go from such programs to mainstream society. Learn more at the American Addiction Centers' website.
Holistic therapy is an alternative to traditional treatment methods. View this page by the Addiction Center to learn more.
Getting sober is only half the battle. Staying sober has its own challenges that are very possible to overcome. Learn more from WebMD's tips on staying sober.
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