OPIOID ADDICTION RESOURCES & TREATMENT OPTIONS

This resource page is a great starting point if you, or someone you know is struggling with opioid use, including, but not limited to, morphine, oxycodone, hydrocodone, and heroin.

If you or a loved one is in urgent need of support for an alcohol addiction problem, don’t hesitate to call SpringBoard’s FREE & CONFIDENTIAL helpline!

The United States is in the midst of an unprecedented opioid epidemic. More than 130 people a day die from opioid-related drug overdoses. From 1999–2018, almost 450,000 people died from an overdose involving an opioid – including prescription and illicit opioids*. Prevention and access to treatment for opioid addiction are critical in fighting this epidemic. We’ve created a list of resources to help educate and empower those struggling with an opioid use problem.

TOP OPIOID-RELATED POSTS

The Health of Drug Addiction Recovery in Post-COVID Massachusetts

Perhaps, you may say that this article’s title jumps the gun a little (perhaps, even a lot), but even with the slow and laborious coronavirus...

Generic Names of Opioids That You Might Have a Prescription For

The criminal extent to which vast numbers of opioid painkiller prescriptions were freely misbranded by the profiteering pharmaceutical industry, then just as freely written and...

Arizona Opioid Epidemic Act Reduces Painkiller Prescriptions’ Potency

Arizona Opioid Epidemic Act Reduces Painkiller Prescriptions’ Potency The opioid epidemic is a major issue across the United States, but it has hit Arizona especially...

Opioid Crisis Timeline & Arizona Opioid Treatment

Opioid Crisis Timeline & The Need For Opioid Treatment in Arizona The opioid crisis was officially defined as a public health emergency by the White...

What Happens to Your Body During an Opioid Overdose?

What Happens During an Opioid Overdose?Did you know that drug overdoses kill more Americans than war? Since 1999, close to 850,000 U.S. citizens have lost their lives due to fatal overdoses. That is more than every armed conflict going all the way back to World War I, over 100 years of combat. And the driving

WHAT IS OPIOID REHAB?

Whether you started using opioids with a doctor’s prescription, or recreationally for non-medical reasons, once you’re dependent on opioids, it’s extremely difficult to stop using them – But we can help!.

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At SpringBoard Recovery, treatment for opioid addiction begins with our clinical team of addiction specialists. They will develop a comprehensive rehabilitation plan to address your specific recovery needs and challenges.

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OPIOID-RELATED POSTS FROM OUR BLOG

Can You Get Addicted to Heroin After One Use?

Can You Get Addicted to Heroin After One Use? Heroin is an extremely potent and highly addictive opioid drug, produced by criminal drug trafficking organizations for the illicit drug market; however, regardless of its high...


Time to Act: International Overdose Awareness Day, August 31

August 31, 2021, marks the 20th anniversary of International Overdose Awareness Day, begun in 2001 by Sally Finn of The Salvation Army in St Kilda, Australia. It is the world’s largest annual event to end...


Change The Script: Opposing the Opioid Crisis in Bridgeport, CT

Nowhere in the U.S. has avoided the dangerous, often deadly double-handed grasp of the global pandemic and the national opioid epidemic, and Bridgeport, Connecticut, is no different. Thanks to the seemingly ever-present COVID-19 pandemic, the...


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OPIOID ADDICTION SUPPORT GROUPS IN ARIZONA

NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS

Narcotics Anonymous came along about 20 years after AA began. They also rely upon the 12-Steps of Recovery, but with some variations. They are also free to attend.

SMART RECOVERY

SMART Recovery is not 12-Step based, and theirs is a more scientific approach to addiction recovery. They promote peer support and education. Their meetings are free to attend.

AL-ANON MEETINGS

Al-Anon is an organization that offers free support group meetings to the families of addicts and alcoholics. They typically meet on a weekly basis.

ALATEEN MEETINGS

Alateen is a part of Al-Anon, and the support groups they offer are only for teens and young people with addicted loved ones. They are a great opportunity for teenagers to get support from a group of their peers who understand what they are going through.

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