Anyone in immediate overdose crisis SHOULD CALL 911 or go to the closest emergency room.
Here are some options to help you find immediate and reliable support when you most need it.
Community in Crisis can be your first call when you are in need of support. When appropriate, we can refer you to our volunteer recovery advocate who will offer support, guidance and extensive expertise to anyone in crisis themselves – or a family member of someone in crisis – to help them discuss the recovery path that best suits their desired outcome. Call Ken, CIC’s Director of Recovery Support, @ (973) 876-3378 and he will be able to get you connected to the help you need.
Available Online Resources
- Alcoholics Anonymous – Online Intergroup
- All Recovery Online – Online Recovery Meeting
- Cocaine Anonymous – Online Meetings
- Herren Project – Online Support Groups for people with SUD and family members
- In the Rooms – Live Video Meetings
- LifeRing – Online Meetings
- Modernation Management – Online Meetings
- Narcotics Anonymous – Meetings Online & by Phone
- The Noble Steps
- The Phoenix – Daily Livestream Crossfit, Yoga and Meditation
- Recovery Dharma
- Refuge Recovery – Online Meetings
- SMART Recovery – Online Meeting Schedule
- Women for Sobriety – Online Meetings
Resources for Families, Friends and Loved Ones
Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACOA) – If you are an adult whose life was affected by being raised in an alcoholic or other dysfunctional family
AL-ANON – If you have been affected by a loved one’s alcohol use
ALATEEN – If you are a teen affected by a loved one’s alcohol use
Codependency Anonymous – If you have a desire for healthy and loving relationships
Families Anonymous (FA) – If you are concerned about a loved one’s substance use or behavioral problems
NAR-ANON – If you have been affected by a loved one’s substance use
SMART Recovery Family & Friends – If you are concerned about a loved one’s substance use
Currently on hiatus until Fall 2021.
More In-depth Resources
Many additional resources are available for your review. Community in Crisis does not endorse or recommend resources but simply lists them as possible support for individuals and families.