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There are many resources to reduce the harms associated with substance use, get treatment, and support your loved ones and community. See below to find the right resource for you.

Harm reduction services

Medication for opioid use disorder

Substance use disorder treatment and recovery

Resources for families and loved ones

  • Learn to Cope
    This peer-led support network offers education, resources and support groups for family members who have loved ones affected by substance use. The organization is based in Massachusetts but offers online support groups, including a Spanish language group and a group for those who have had a death in their family and have other family members who struggle with substance use.
  • Support Addiction Recovery
    Learn the facts about addiction recovery and how you can support your loved ones.
  • Talk Even If
    Learn how to talk to teens and young adults in your life about fentanyl and overdose.

Grief support

  • Compassionate Friends
    Resources and support for people who have lost a family member. Support group meetings are both in person and online. You can also request a packet of reading materials and resources tailored to your unique situation.
  • Dougy Center
    A search engine of grief support services for children and families.
  • GRASP (Grief Recovery After a Substance Passing)
    A support group specifically for people who have lost someone to substance use or addiction. Local chapter meetings are both online and in person. Contact the chapter facilitator for dates, times and locations.
  • GriefShare
    A Christian based general grief support group with both in-person and online options.
  • TEARS Foundation
    An organization that provides grief support services, peer companions, and financial support to parents whose child (ages 13-22) has died due to substance use or suicide to pay for a funeral and funeral assistance and/or grief counseling support.