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Drug And Alcohol Programs

Alcohol & Other Drug Information and Recovery Support Line

The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania’s Support Line provides support services to community members, service providers, community organizations, and professionals who need information, support, referrals, and advocacy. 800-221-6333 https://councilsepa.org/programs/recovery-drug-and-alcohol-information-support-line/

Drug and Alcohol Helpline

The Center for Substance Abuse Treatment hotline. Call 1-800-662-4357 to find a resource near you.
http://www.samhsa.gov/

Prevention Point Philadelphia

Provides harm reduction especially in substance abuse, to Philadelphians. Call 215-634-5272 or go to site ppponline.org

NEXT Distro FREE Overdose Prevention Supplies

An online and mail-based harm reduction service designed to reduce opioid overdose death, prevent injection-related disease transmission, and improve the lives of people who use drugs. Click here to learn more https://nextdistro.org/

Never Use Alone

If you are going to use by yourself, call us! You will be asked for your first name, location, and the number you are calling from. Please call 1-800-484-3731 you are NOT alone.
Info at https://neverusealone.com/

Caring Together Program

The Caring Together Program,  founded in 1990 helps women,  their children and loved ones overcome substance abuse and start a new life without drugs and alcohol. The program utilizes a multidisciplinary team approach to treat substance use and mental health disorders along with other issues that may have caused or resulted from substance use. Services available are trauma informed substance use and psychiatric disorder treatment including medication assisted treatment for opioid use disorder, individual and group sessions focused on substance use education, relapse prevention, anger management, parenting, grief and loss, coping with trauma, life skills training and support for family reunification.  Referrals to other services for family member are available.
To participate in the Caring Together Program, women must be 18 years or older. The program is part of the Department of Psychiatry and Drexel Medicine and is located at 4700 Wissahickon Avenue (Wissahickon and Route 1/Roosevelt Boulevard). Please call 215-967-2130 if you or your loved ones are interested.

Start Your Recovery

Support for overcoming substance misuse tailored toward a persons needs. Go to startyourrecovery.org to find resources in your neighborhood and for your needs.

Crisis Text Line

Crisis Text Line serves young people in any type of crisis, providing them access to free, 24/7, emotional support and information they need via the medium they already use and trust: text. Just text “HOME” to 741-741
Info also at crisistextline.org

Marijuana Anonymous

Click here below for help
www.marijuana-anonymous.org/meetings/find or call 1-800-766-6779

PA Opioid Prevention Project

The PA Opioid Prevention Project is a youth-developed, multi-media opioid misuse prevention campaign to empower youth with education, knowledge and resources to make healthy choices. Info for teens and parents. www.paopioidprevention.org

Narcotics Anonymous (NA)

Support groups for clean addicts and active users. Call 215-NA-WORKS.
http://www.naworks.org/

Nar-Anon

Support for families of addicts. Call 1-800-477-6291 https://www.nar-anon.org/

Alcoholics Anonymous

Call 215-923-7900 for information or go to their website below.
www.aasepia.org

MOMobile Rapid Engagement program (MRE)

The MOMobile Rapid Engagement program (MRE) provides support to pregnant and parenting people (with a baby under 1 year old) who are either using substances or in early recovery.  Advocates can help clients access any urgent needs (e.g. food, benefits, clothing and baby items), facilitate referrals to physical and behavioral health services, home visiting programs and/or other social service programs. Please call the MRE hotline number (267-857-8600) for additional information or to make a referral.  Provider and self-referrals welcome. maternitycarecoalition.org


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