Opioid Treatment Program Directory
Find opioid treatment programs in your state.
Several million Americans currently use opioids either on their own or under a doctor’s care. Increasingly, we live under threat of natural disasters, emergencies, and even terrorist attacks which can greatly impact those requiring regular medications or living with substance use disorders. These vulnerabilities can be particularly severe among persons who use opioids but are not under a doctor’s supervision, especially if they are dependent on these drugs. In the aftermath of disasters like Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy, many service agencies, such as syringe exchange programs, and drug treatment centers offering methadone, buprenorphine, and other forms of medication-assisted treatment were disrupted or operated at reduced capacity. In these situations, it can be particularly hard to prevent infections (such as HIV or hepatitis C) and overdose. This site offers basic guidelines, resources, and suggestions to people who use opioids to help them stay safe even during times of hardship and uncertainty.
Find buprenorphine treatment practitioners in your state.
The Harm Reduction Coalition is a national advocacy and capacity-building organization that works to promote the health and dignity of individuals and communities who are impacted by drug use.
Prevention Point Pittsburgh is a harm reduction organization and the only county-approved syringe exchange program in Southwestern Pennsylvania.
NCHRC is dedicated to the implementation of harm reduction interventions, public health strategies, drug policy transformation, and justice reform in North Carolina and throughout the American South.
The Chicago Recovery Alliance offers harm reduction guidelines, information on safer injection, and overdose prevention resources.
NY Harm Reduction Educators offers syringe exchange, overdose prevention resources, and supportive counseling and family stabilization, outreach/education, and HIV & HEP C testing.
Join the Drug Policy Alliance in their efforts to advance those policies and attitudes that best reduce the harms of both drug use and drug prohibition, and to promote the sovereignty of individuals over their minds and bodies.