Recovery from a drug or alcohol addiction is an ongoing process and requires constant, dedicated care and awareness. Regardless of whether an individual is just starting their recovery journey or has been in recovery for several months, there may be periods of time where they feel compelled to return to their addiction. Friends and supporters may find themselves in need of advice about the best way to encourage their loved ones. In situations such as these, a hour drug and alcohol helpline can prove to be a valuable resource.
The word crisis can mean something different to everyone. Our trained Crisis Counselors help children and families cope with unsafe situations, family conflicts, substance abuse, mental health issues, school problems and so much more. Call We are here to help you.
The hotline provides those in crisis as well as the people who care for them with a hour safety net that can be used to fill-in service gaps, bridge between appointments and act as a source of ongoing emotional maintenance for those with chronic emotional issues. Samaritans was very helpful to me. They listened to me with great care, and treated me kindly. Samaritans hotline is completely confidential and anonymous, and, unlike some other hotline services, does not utilize caller ID or call tracing, making it a safe place to turn for people who are afraid to go someplace else or feel they have no place else—due to social, cultural, economic or other reasons. When needed, Samaritans is there.