Your resources for recovery and housing supports.
The Helpline is the only statewide, public resource for finding substance use treatment and recovery services. Helpline services are free and confidential. The Helpline’s caring, trained specialists will help you understand the treatment system and your options. Visit the Helpline website or call 800-327-5050. Available Monday through Friday 8 am to 10 pm and Saturday and Sunday 8 am to 6 pm.
LTC is a peer-led support network for families dealing with addiction and recovery. This non-profit network offers education, resources, peer support, and hope. LTC has grown to include over 10,000 members and has become a nationally recognized model for peer support and prevention programming. LTC is funded by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MA-DPH).
MOAR’s mission is to educate the public about policy issues important to people in recovery.
The Recovery Research Institute is a leading nonprofit research institute of Massachusetts General Hospital, an affiliate of Harvard Medical School, dedicated to the advancement of addiction treatment and recovery.
At the Recovery Research Institute, they know that stable and long-term recovery from alcohol and other drug use disorders is possible. Rates of recovery can continue to be improved through focused scientific investigation and a commitment to public education.
Find programs that furnish basic needs resources including food, housing, material goods, transportation and temporary financial assistance for low- and fixed-income, indigent or elderly people with disabilities who are otherwise unable to adequately provide for themselves and their families.
An addiction recovery social network. Whether you’re sober, clean, or seeking help with your drug addiction or alcoholism, In the Rooms welcomes you and will connect you with other people who share your addiction, in your local area, and all across the world!
A national organization with tens of thousands of individuals and organizations uniting for more effective action across the country. 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.
A central website, sponsored by Massachusetts Department of Public Health/Bureau of Substance Addiction Services (DPH/BSAS) designed to support the workforce involved in preventing, intervening in, treating, and supporting recovery from addictions in Massachusetts.
This website helps with recruiting, retaining and sustaining a vibrant and skilled workforce.