Drug Hotlines

  • 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline

    988 Suicide & Crisis LifelineWe can all help prevent suicide. The 988 Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals in the United States.

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  • SAMHSA’s National Helpline 1-800-662-HELP (4357)

    SAMHSA’s National Helpline is a free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders.

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  • Veterans Resources

  • Substance use treatment for Veterans

    If you’re struggling with substance use problems, you’re not alone. Many Veterans have problems with the use of alcohol, tobacco, street drugs, and prescription medicines. We’re here to help. Find out how to get support for substance use problems through VA.

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  • Flanders Fields

    Flanders Fields is on a mission to save the veterans left behind to suffer homelessness and addiction by providing them with renewed purpose through community-building and good works (both domestic and global) that utilize their specialized military training and leadership skills. We are an IRS approved 501(c)(3) Non-Profit.

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  • Second Chance Rehabilitation Ranch

    Our mission is to end military suicides. We do this by focusing on the wounding to the heart and soul of our warfighters and first-responders, and to distinguish that experience from what others are calling “moral injuries.” Our retreats save the lives of military veterans and first responders, and also improves and changes their lives. We do this through our special events and retreats. Our focus is not simply the prevention of veteran suicide, but on improving the day to day lives of our nations veterans and first responders.

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  • Veterans and Substance Abuse: A Resource Guide

    U.S. veterans face a disproportionate risk of addiction. Veterans dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or other mental illnesses may turn to drugs or alcohol as a coping mechanism or form of escape. Many veterans may be reluctant to seek treatment or unaware of the support resources available to them. Learn about the resources available through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and other sources to help veterans battling addiction.

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  • American Legion

    To enhance the well-being of America’s veterans, their families, our military, and our communities by our devotion to mutual helpfulness. The American Legion’s vision statement is “The American Legion: Veterans Strengthening America.”

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  • Recovery Resources

  • SMART Recovery

    Ready to Overcome Your Addiction?

    Participants tell us that our program is valuable because we stress self-directed action and base our practical tools on cognitive science. If you’re choosing to learn how to move beyond an addiction of any kind, we’re here to help with free mutual support meetings and resources of all kinds.

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  • Recovery Is Possible

    You are not alone.
    Get FREE help, right now.

    Confidential recovery services for alcohol and drug addiction, mental health, and other recovery support.

    We are LGBTQ-friendly.

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  • Shatterproof

    Our Work

    “We don’t wait for change, we create it. Together we’re working to transform our healthcare system, and our society, so we prevent and treat addiction with science and compassion – the way we do with any other chronic illness – and build a future where those touched by this disease don’t experience any shame or stigma.”

    – Gary Mendell, Founder and CEO

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  • RecoveryLink

    RecoveryLink™ is more than just peer recovery support or technology, we are a modern company created with communities in mind. Our mission is to provide a suite of accessible and impactful recovery support tools designed to elevate collective impact.

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  • Faces & Voices of Recovery

    We are all of you. We know recovery is possible.

    And through our collective experience, Faces & Voices of Recovery moves recovery support services forward in your community, your state, and across the country. Join us in our recovery advocacy. Together, we’ll share all we know.

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  • Affiliates

  • EmilyAnn Theatre & Gardens

    The mission of the EmilyAnn is to reinvest in the dignity of the human spirit through the performing arts, the beauty of nature and community fellowship.

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  • Tending The Fires

    The society we live in has taught us that we are expected to suffer our burdens alone; that if we cannot “get over it,” or “pull ourselves up by our bootstraps,” that something is inherently wrong with us. This is a dis-eased way of living. This feeling of being alone is at the heart of the afflictions that destroy the world, one person at a time. It is responsible for the rapidly rising rates of depression, violence, addiction, and suicide. We are social beings that need a healthy, supportive community to grow, heal, and thrive.

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  • Baylor Scott and White Central Texas Foundation

    As a not-for-profit healthcare system, Baylor Scott & White Health relies on the compassion and generosity of people like you to help us bring exceptional care to your family, friends, and neighbors throughout Texas. From enhanced clinical services and state-of-the-art facilities, to medical education and innovative research, your philanthropic support at Baylor Scott & White Health is an investment in the future of healthcare.

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  • Team Vaccinate

    The TEAM Vaccinate non-profit organization is listening to, visiting  (fully masked and socially distanced) with, and elevating underserved communities through activities, programs and communications. We are also utilizing social media and other online tools to reach the public, especially underserved communities, in communicating the science based facts and benefits in being vaccinated with the U.S Food and Drug Administration’s Emergency Use Authorized (EUA) Covid-19 vaccines.

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  • Prevention Education

  • Song For Charlie

    Real Talk About Fake Pills

    Illicit Fentanyl is dominating the drug landscape and causing record numbers of drug deaths in America, particularly among our Gen Z youth. Learn the facts about fentanyl and take empowered action to protect yourself and your loved ones.

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  • P-A-I-N represents Parents Against Illicit Narcotics

    P-A-I-N represents Parents Against Illicit Narcotics. We are a grassroots 501(c)3 organization formed by parents and families for parents, family members and friends of the innumerable victims and the countless communities adversely affected by illicit narcotics.

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  • Lost Voices of Fentanyl

    We are a non-profit organization comprised of bereaved families devoted to education, public awareness and the prevention of  illicit fentanyl poisonings

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  • Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)

    The mission of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is to enforce the controlled substances laws and regulations of the United States and bring to the criminal and civil justice system of the United States, or any other competent jurisdiction, those organizations and principal members of organizations, involved in the growing, manufacture, or distribution of controlled substances appearing in or destined for illicit traffic in the United States; and to recommend and support non-enforcement programs aimed at reducing the availability of illicit controlled substances on the domestic and international markets.

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  • Mental Health

  • Student Athlete Mental Health Resources

    Student athletes have to balance a lot, from their academics to their competitive nature to pressure from coaches and parents. As a result of these stresses, the mental health of many student athletes suffers. Whether it is a youth athlete with aspirations of playing at a higher level or an athlete already playing at the collegiate level, mental health concerns longevity in the sport and overall health and well-being. 1 in 5 people report mental health concerns in the general public, and research from the NCAA shows that the athlete population follows the same trend as the general public. Still, only 43% of student athletes report they feel comfortable going to a coach with their mental health concerns.

    This resource looks at the science behind student athlete mental health, some solutions, and suggestions for the students, their coaches, and their parents. Here, you’ll find a comprehensive collection of podcasts, books, articles, organizations, videos, and more to help students excel in their athletic pursuits and mental health.

    Ryan Marston, MS, BCS | Updated/Verified: Jan 25, 2024

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