If you or your loved one is addicted to opioids, know that there are people and organizations that can help. You can use these resources to get information, figure out what to do next, find support, and explore treatment options.
Remember, you’re not alone in this process. It can be hard to break free from addiction and opioid dependence — or watch a loved one go through the process. Thankfully, there are lots of resources available — including some you may not have heard of — to help you or your loved one on a safe journey to recovery.
Massachusetts Substance Abuse Helpline: (800) 327-5050 (helpline-online.com)
Real-time information on bed availability across the state
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration: (800) 662-4357 English/Spanish (www.samhsa.gov)
A national database of public and private treatment facilities
Spectrum Health Systems: (800) 366-7732 (spectrumhealthsystems.org)
AdCare Hospital (508) 799-9000 (adcare.com)
12 Queen St., Worcester, MA
Outpatient: (508) 860-1260
Detox Admissions: (508) 860-1200 or (800) 750-9009
TSS Admissions: (508)860-1298
Motivating Youth Recovery: (508) 860-1244 or (508) 438-5642
Adolescent substance abuse treatment (13-17 years old) providing admissions 24/7
Massachusetts Association of Sober Housing: (781) 472-2624 (mashsoberhousing.org)
Provides a listing of certified sober homes