Addiction + Recovery Resources

Addiction affects all aspects of life including relationships, employment, health, and more. While substance use disorder comes with many challenges, so does recovery. When you decide to enter a sober living or seek treatment, it can feel like more challenges are in tow. At Creekside Recovery Residences, we're here to help you and your loved ones make the decision to seek treatment and provide resources that will help meet your needs. Our list of resources and collaborative guides can help you find the right treatment, and in addition help with next steps if you're already in treatment.

I'm In A Crisis. What Do I Do?

If you’re currently going through a crisis, know that you are not alone. You can dial the support lines for immediate help, however, if you believe you are experiencing an emergency, dial 911 immediately.
– SAMHSA’s National Helpline: 1-800-662-HELP (4357)
– Suicide and Crisis Hotline: Call or text 988 or chat

Substance Abuse Resources

Creekside Recovery Residences offers much helpful information on our blog. However, for more resources on substance use disorder, we recommend the following resources:

National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA): NIDA offers free articles on addiction treatment, studies on substance use disorder, and more. 

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration: SAMHSA offers tools for families and a treatment locator for those looking for treatment across the country. 

The Partnership to End Addiction: The partnership gives parents support and resources to help and cope with teen drug and alcohol abuse. 

Signs of Drug Overdose: Understanding the signs of a drug overdose can help save a life. 

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For Families

Addiction doesn’t just impact the identified person. Families need just as much support as the person struggling. 

Families Anonymous is a support group for family members of people with substance use disorder or other related behavioral health concerns.

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) helps those with love ones who have experienced mental health disorders. 

Alanon is for family members who are worried about someone in their life with a drinking problem.

Find Healing Today at Creekside Recovery

Addiction doesn't discriminate and can affect those of any age, gender, race, or financial status. Recognizing addiction is the first step to getting help. Creekside Recovery helps provide resources to help those and their families understand and overcome substance use disorder. If you or a loved one are looking for help, call us today at 470-460-6688 and our compassionate admissions coordinators are happy to help you find the best program and sober living options that meet your needs.