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Salem Emergency Services Program provides 24/7, free and confidential support and information by phone. We exist to help people...


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Western Mass Peer Support Line offers free and confidential support and information by phone and text message (SMS). We are...


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Samaritans on Cape Cod and the Islands Crisis Lines is dedicated to providing free and confidential support and information by...


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Free helpline support for substance abuse, drugs and alcohol addiction is available in Massachusetts, United States

If you or someone you know is abusing substances, or struggling with drug and alcohol addiction, you may not know where to turn. Fortunately, support is available in Massachusetts, United States from 8 helplines for substance abuse. If you or a loved one has been experiencing any of the following, reach out today:

  • Sleeping at strange hours of the day or night.
  • Feeling an urge to use drugs, alcohol or other substances regularly.
  • Using substances as a way to relieve negative or uncomfortable emotions.
  • Obsessive thinking about using drugs or alcohol that makes it hard to focus on anything else.
  • Spending money on drugs or alcohol despite it being unaffordable.
  • Spending a lot of time recovering from drugs, alcohol, or other substances.
  • Spending a lot more time alone or with a new social circle.
  • Having a short temper and being more irritable and aggressive than usual.

You may feel that your problem with drugs or alcohol has gone too far and that there is no hope for the future. However, substance abuse and addiction are treatable. With the right support, you can recover.

You can speak to a trusted counselor about substance-related problems today. Contact a free, confidential hotline in Massachusetts, United States for help. Whether you just need someone who will listen to you with an open mind, or whether you're looking for recovery resources, hotline volunteers are available and ready to support you.


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