Additional Resources


Helpful Websites

  • To view Massachusetts training opportunities click here:
  • Recovery Research Institute: RRI's aim is to present the evidence about addiction recovery and how you can achieve it on your own, by engaging with communities that support recovery, or by seeking treatment. We hope you will get involved, register on our site and contribute to our understanding of recovery through research.

  • Little Children, Big Challenges: Incarceration: The incarceration of a loved one can be very overwhelming for children. Here are some tools from Sesame Street to help you with the changes your child is going through.

  • Substance Abuse Helpline: Concerned about yourself or someone else? This Helpline can help you find the right substance abuse services, with or without insurance.

  • Online Resource for Massachusetts Residents in Need of Basic Services

  • In the RoomsAn Addiction Recovery Social Network. Whether you're sober, clean, or seeking help with your drug addiction or alcoholism, we welcome you, and will connect you with other people who share YOUR addiction, in YOUR local area, and all across the world!

  • ATTC Network Announces NEW Motivational Interviewing Resource! The Mid-Atlantic ATTC and the ATTC Network are pleased to announce the launch of ther new Motivational Interviewing (MI) website. We encourage you to visit and see what the new Motivational Interviewing site has to offer by visiting this new resource today! 

  • Faces & Voices of Recovery is a national organization with tens of thousands of individuals and organizations uniting for more effective action across the country. Local and state recovery community organizations work in public ways with people in long-term recovery, families, friends and allies to affect positive changes. Chances are that no matter where you live, a dedicated group of recovery advocates are working to change perceptions, policies and laws to improve the lives of those in the recovery community.

  • Safe Link Wireless- the free cellphone and minutes program

  • Check Yourself:  A place for teens to check out where they are with drugs and alcohol. 

  • Life Ring: A network of positive support groups for living free of alcohol and other drugs

  • Drinker's Check-Up:This program is designed to help you develop a better understanding of your drinking including any risks (e.g., your health) it could pose, consider whether you might want to change your drinking, and understand the ways you could change if you decide to.

  • Moderate Drinking: Our web site is for people who want to change their drinking. 

  • Holiday Resources
  • The Career Gateway is a way to access online tools, resources, and leads that will help you be more successful in finding and securing employment. You'll learn about career opportunities, find training programs, link to placement services, and much, much more.
  • New Opiate Addiction and Treatment Portal: The National Library of Medicine has recently released a new portal with links to help health professionals learn more about opioid-related topics.
  • Recovery Research Institute: RRI is a non-profit, donor-funded research institute of Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School in Boston.
  • SAMHSA Knowledge Center: library of behavioral health training, technical assistance, and workforce development for the health care community.

Apps for your Phone 

  • NEW   Mobile MORE® Field Guide to Life app
    Introducing the Mobile MORE Field Guide to Life, the groundbreaking iPhone and Android application designed to engage you in a full year of recovery support. The Mobile MORE Field Guide to Life utilizes the broad content from the award-winning MORE (My Ongoing Recovery Experience) program, a web-based continuing care program that Hazelden offers to our clients as they leave treatment. Features include daily guidance and inspiration, weekly sober challenges, a sober counter, tools for tracking personal progress and trends, a community support system and meeting finder, and more. The Mobile MORE Field Guide to Life may be used on its own or as a supplemental resource for those already using MORE.