Counselors and therapists can help you identify factors that underly your substance use, to avoid triggers, to strengthen your motivation, and to navigate treatment options. They can also team with certified professionals to administer medication-assisted treatment. More on counseling.
The state can refer you to local counseling and treatment options.
Database of physicians specializing in addiction recovery, provided by the American Board of Preventive Medicine.
Referrals to local treatment options, provided by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Available in English and Spanish 24/7, 365 days a year.
One-on-one support for parents or loved ones of adolescents misusing substances.
Directory of specialists who treat co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders, provided by the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry.
Local counselors and therapists focusing on addiction recovery.
Answers to questions about mental health conditions, treatment options, and related topics. The HelpLine can be reached Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. ET.
Help for individuals and loved ones in navigating local mental health resources, including support groups, rehab, socialization, and housing services.
Physicians authorized by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration to treat patients for opioid dependency using medicine.
American Psychological Association member psychologists.
Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center (MAT/non-MAT)
Sertoma Centre’s Community Mental Health and Counseling is a top Mental Health Provider in the south suburbs of Chicago.
Support groups provide a space for getting social support, a sense of empowerment, and motivation from people who have faced — or are facing — similar challenges and circumstances. More on support groups.
Get involved with local non-profits working to change perceptions, policies, and laws to improve the lives of those in the recovery community. Many of these organizations also provide peer recovery support service.
Adapted from Alcoholics Anonymous. Focuses on recovery from addiction rather than an individual substance.
12-step program open to anyone who thinks they may have a drinking problem. Seeks to provide a supportive environment for getting and living sober. Has spiritual aspects.
Popular alternative to 12-step programs. Uses cognitive therapy techniques, and seeks to change behaviors that trigger substance misuse.
In-person meetings and phone calls focusing on the challenges of parenting someone who is misusing substances. Includes religious aspects but is open to all.
Anonymous meetings for those affected by someone else's drinking. Focuses on navigating common experiences.
Affordable and safe housing with supportive, structured living conditions for people in recovery. Each Oxford House is democratically self-run. All Houses are granted a charter from the Central Office to ensure mutual support and quality control.
Anonymous meetings for those affected by someone else's drug use. Focuses on navigating common experiences.
12-step meetings for those seeking to stop using marijuana, focusing on shared experiences and empowerment.
For those seeking to address substance use and mental health issues using the 12 steps.
For those who want to stop using crystal meth. Follows the 12-step program.
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