Drug & Alcohol Addiction Hotline

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Talk to someone that truly cares

Our addiction hotline reps are trained to handle urgent calls and determine the best course of action. We can help you or your loved one navigate tough issues related to substance addiction.

Private & Confidential Call

  • A compassionate human to listen to your story
  • Privacy, 100% confidential call
  • Clear, professional advice to help your situation
  • Recommend treatment options if required

Substance abuse hotline FAQs

Who do I call in an emergency?

First-responders (911), the Crisis Text Line (text HOME to 741741), or the Suicide Prevention hotline (800-273-TALK).

Is my identity & information safe?

When calling a private hotline, your info is safe by law.

Who answers the call?

You can expect a trained compassionate professional to answer when you call in.

Is the call 100% free?

Hotline numbers are toll-free and don’t require insurance.

Is there a risk of being arrested?

With private hotlines, there is almost no risk of getting in trouble when calling about illegal drugs abuse. When calling 911, it depends on local laws and the specific case.

A safe space where you speak & we listen

Reaching out to share your story often takes a bit of courage. You don’t have to do it alone. We receive thousands of phone calls from people suffering from addiction as well as their family and friends.

What is an addiction hotline?

Types of addiction hotlines

Substance abuse hotlines are public or private call centers that usually operate waiting on calls from people that need help. They are free, usually 24/7, private and confidential.

Drug abuse & relapse hotlines

Centers that specialize in substance abuse have operators that understand the dangers of illicit drugs. They can responsibly recommend solutions to addicts as well as their loved ones.

Alcohol addiction helplines

Call centers that handle drug abuse most often also cater to alcohol abuse. Sobriety hotlines help people in recovery who want to avoid relapse.

24/7 addiction hotlines

For late-night help, you can call SAMHSA’s National Helpline, 1-800-662-HELP (4357) which offers English and Spanish service for substance abuse.

Emergency substance abuse hotline

Life-threatening emergencies, such as overdose, should be dealt with by local emergency response staff. In the US, this means dialing 911, since immediate care could be the difference between life and death.

Need help or have a question?

Our call center reps are professionals and many are recovering addicts that understand your situation on a deeper level. We treat you with compassion and fully respect your privacy.

We specialize in these areas:

  • Drug addictions (opioid, cocaine, etc.)
  • Alcohol addiction and abuse
  • Drug & alcohol rehab questions
  • Substance addiction questions

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