Recovery Resources for Families
Addiction is a treatable chronic disease. If you or a loved one is suffering from the disease of addiction, know that there are a number of resources available to you that will offer support. There is hope for recovery.
For family members and friends of individuals with substance use disorders learn new ways of interacting with the individual.
"Responding to Addiction" - A Community Training
"Responding to Addiction" provides communities with the most comprehensive training on addiction that is currently available in the United States.
Language of Recovery
Learn about alternative terminology for addiction and recovery that you can use to empower a supportive culture for recovery.
Become a Peer Support Specialist
Learn how to become a peer support specialist to help others struggling with behavioral health issues.
FirstLink 2-1-1 is available for listening and support, referrals to resources or help and crisis intervention.
Parents, family members, and other trusted adults play an important role in helping children make sense of what they hear in a way that is honest, accurate, and minimizes anxiety or fear. Review these resources to help guide your conversations.
Addiction Resource Center (ARC)
The Addiction Resource Center (ARC) supports patients, families, and providers with critical information about addiction and connects them to quality treatment and recovery resources through our vetted database.
Learn who is at risk of an overdose, what are the signs of an overdose, and how you can save a life by administering naloxone.
Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Voucher
The SUD Voucher supports eligible individuals in their personal recovery by reducing financial barriers in accessing substance use disorder treatment and recovery services.