Substance Use Resources
Recovery resources including support groups, are one of the many tools utilized for those experiencing a behavioral health disorder. Some are in-person while others are available in a virtual format.
See what meetings are available in your community.
Resources for Families Coping with Substance Use Disorders
Mental Health Resources
One in five adults experience a mental health condition along with over one in five children. Education and support are imperative to helping those individuals receive the treatment and healing they need. These can range from outpatient therapy to support groups and other resources found below.
Resources for Families Coping with Mental Health Conditions
Substance Use Disorder and Individuals with Disabilities
Individuals that experience a physical and/or mental disability can be at a higher risk of developing a substance use disorder. In addition, the effects can be worse.
Disability Resources provides a list of websites and recovery resources that focus on prevention and treatment.
- Disability Rights in Washington State
- Disability Rights in Oregon
- Washington Apple Health
- Washington Health Plan Finder (Apply for Medicaid)
- Medicaid.gov Washington page
- Medical Programs in Oregon (Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities)
- Medical Programs in Oregon (Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities)
- Provider and Partner Resources (Oregon)
- Job Training and Employment
Other Recovery Resources for Behavioral Health Conditions
Information about behavioral health conditions.
Growing Up Substance Free: A Parent’s Guide to Substance Use Prevention (2021)
Raising Substance-Free Young People
Opioids: Facts Parents Need to Know
Substances, Brains, and Behavior: The Science of Substance Use Disorder
Good Samaritan Overdose Prevention Laws