Prevention Resources
Partnership for Drug-Free Kids
National Institure on Drug Abuse for Teachers
Bristol Connecticut, All Heart

Treatment Resources

SAMHSA Behavioral Health Treatment Locator

Call this number or visit their web site to locate services in your area. Whether you are seeking individual or group counseling, detoxification or residential substance abuse services, this tool can be a helpful guide.


Are you or a friend/loved one battling an opiate addiction? Visit the CT Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services website for a comprehensive listing of resources and treatment options.


For Addiction Treatment 24/7 call the access line. This includes detox and treatment for prescription opiods or heroin addiction.

United Way 2-1-1

If you do not have access to the internet or haven’t been able to find the service you are looking for the United Way’s 211 can help you find the support you need.

Recovery Resources

  • Alcoholics Anonymous
    For people who may have a drinking problem.
  • Alanon
    For people affected by someone elses drinking.
  • Narcotics Aonymous
    For people who may have a drug problem.
  • Families Anonymous
    For people affected by someone else’s drug use.
    For relatives and friends of those who have a drug or related behavioral problems

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For a more comprehensive list of 12 Step Fellowships

National Suicide Suicide Prevention 1-800-273-TALK
Get Personalized Support
For Your Family
The Partnership for a Drug Free America has specialists that will listen to your story and help you create an action plan.
Available Monday-Friday,
9am – 5pm ET
Closed weekends and holidays
*English and Spanish*
Calls are free and confidential
National Suicide Suicide Prevention 1-800-273-TALK
National Alliance on Mental Illness
Problem Gambling Services

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For a listing of services specific to Bristol

Statewide Hotlines

Alcoholics Anonymous

Alanon Family Groups

Narcotics Anonymous