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Resources for those with addiction or mental health concerns

Need help immediately?
Dial or text 988 on your phone for the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline.

When you reach out, you will be connected to trained counselors that are part of the Lifeline network. These trained counselors will listen, understand how your problems are affecting you, provide support, and connect you to resources if necessary.

SAFE Project has collected the following resources on the topics of drug use and addiction, treatment and recovery, as well as on other subjects such as mental health and wellness.

Drug Use & Addiction Resources

SAFE Project’s Treatment Center & Family Support Locator is the nation’s first free, searchable database focused on providing programs, supports, and other services for families and friends of people with substance use disorder and/or mental health challenges along with treatment options. Additionally, our Safety Plan can help individuals who use drugs build a safety plan to prevent overdose, while our tips on what to do if you witness an overdose can help you navigate this situation.

Treatment & Recovery Resources

The addiction epidemic is a multi-faceted problem that requires engagement from everyone – family, friends, workplaces, communities, etc. In other words, you are not alone! We have resources to help you find treatment or support, learn more about harm reduction and how to safely transition out of treatment into recovery. Take a look the resources below:

Substance and Mental Health Treatment for Youth

When a young person in your care needs substance and/or mental health treatment, there is no time to wait. The following resources are designed to best match your loved one’s vital care needs.

Resources For Specific Communities

When collaborating with communities across the nation to respond to the impacts of mental health and substance use disorders, it is important to recognize our differences. One person’s path through recovery may look different to someone else’s path. We honor those differences and have developed resources for various communities. Don’t see resources for your community below? Reach out to us at and let us know.

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