Treatment Works

Recovery is possible

The Listen campaign focuses on the simple but powerful act of listening as a tool that can help lead to treatment and recovery.

The addiction challenge is a nationally shared experience, and each individual struggling with substance use and misuse requires a wide range of resources and solutions. Here are some of the resources we have compiled from partners that can help.

SAMHSA Treatment Locator

The Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator is an online resource for persons looking for treatment facilities for substance abuse/addiction and/or mental health problems. This service is managed by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), the agency within the US Department of Health and Human Services whose mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America's communities.Go

INTERVENTION.COM provides regional resources and direct services to those struggling with substance use, mental health needs and eating disorders through:

- Appropriate Treatment Planning
- Verification of Insurance Beneifts
- Assessment + Intervention
- Family Class Programs is a Fair Care Promise member with help resources 24/7.Go


The Center for Motivation and Change (CMC) is a group of dedicated clinical psychologists committed to the treatment and understanding of addiction issues. Our mission is to change the conversation about substance use in our culture and treatment programs, for our families and for the struggling individual(s). To do this, we rely on science. And kindness. The key attribute of treatment at CMC is motivation; we help each client find a path he or she can truly embrace, with the structure and tools to pursue that path, through the use of respectful, flexible, evidence-based approaches. As a result, we can help enact effective, life-enhancing, long-lasting change. Go


Facing Addiction has launched a comprehensive resource hub for anyone in search of support or guidance in the addiction conversation, fostering hope and building connections through one searchable resource. This resource hub is the first-ever independent, not-for-profit, digital asset map that brings together a vast collection of addiction resources in one place.

For individuals and families needing information about any aspect of preventing, treating, or recovering from addiction—those in search of answers, and those who don’t yet know which questions to ask—this is the place to start.Go


A national nonprofit organization dedicated to ending the devastation addiction causes families. We help families find trusted, evidence-based resources to support a loved one struggling with addiction. We invite families to join us in advocating for policy change both on the state and federal level.Go