2019 - Town of Southampton Addiction and Recovery Committee 

MAKE THE CALL – SAVE A LIFE

A doctor or addiction specialist or counselor can help each individual find the right rehabilitation or treatment option. The setting is determined by individual needs so some people may benefit from an inpatient rehab while others may thrive by using an outpatient program.

 

At the core, the goal is to help a former addict assimilate into a drug-free life as easily as possible. The most commonly used treatment options for addiction include: Psychotherapy, which helps patients learn how to resist and redirect compulsions, Support groups, and Individual counseling.

MAKE THE CALL SAVE A LIFE:  24/7 HOTLINE 631-979-1700

AA Hotline - 24- Hour Hotline 631-669-1124
Search websites below for local meeting
AA - Alcoholics Anonymous - Eastern Long Island Area: 631-654-1150    
AL-ANON & ALATEEN - Suffolk County: 631-669-2827
NA - Narcotics Anonymous - Eastern Long Island Area: 631-689-6262
Informative Websites
Alcoholic Anonymous
www.SUFFOLKNY-AA.ORG
 
LICADD - Long Island Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence
www.LICADD.ORG
 
Narcotic Anonymous 
www.SASNA.ORG
NIDA - National Institute on Drug Abuse
www.DRUGABUSE.GOV
Office of Alcoholism & Substance Abuse
www.OASAS.NY.GOV
 
US Dept. of Health and Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration
www.SAMHSA.GOV

National Institute on Drug Abuse

HTTPS://WWW.DRUGABUSE.GOV/DRUGS-ABUSE/OPIOIDS/OPIOID-OVERDOSE-CRISIS

MedicineSafe, providing safe tools and information about prescription drugs.

HTTPS://MEDICINESAFE.ORG/

The Neighborhood House: Grief Counseling for people who have lost a loved one to drug overdose or suicide. 
https://www.tnh-hope.org
Treatment Centers
Catholic Charities
Family Service League
LICR
Seafield