Text your request for Narcan to 716-225-5473

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How to Get Help

Online

The healthcare organizations below have each developed virtual emergency departments in order to evaluate and treat patients via telemedicine. Please click on one of the links below to schedule a virtual emergency room visit.

By Phone

Get help via a helpline

24-Hour WNY Addiction Helpline

716-831-7007

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24-Hour National Addiction Helpline

1-800-662-HELP (4357)

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How to start buprenorphine at home

How to Save a Life with Narcan (Naloxone)

Resources

The Greater Buffalo area has an abundance of community resources to help those suffering with opioid use disorder in addition to the family members and friends of those struggling. Please click the links below to view more information about each organization.

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  • Project Safe Point
    Services offered: syringe access, naloxone training, treatment readiness and referral, peer navigation, drug user health hub, harm reduction services
    24 hour hotline- (866) 930-4999
  • Healthy Capital District Initiative
    Services offered: obtaining health insurance, finding a doctor, solving problems to keep individuals from accessing medical care
    518-462-7040
  • St. Peter’s Addiction and Recovery Services
    Services offered: outpatient walk-in clinic for MAT access
    518-525-1550 and www.sphp.com/opiods
  • New Choices-COTI Project
    (518) 579-9233
    Services offered: Assessment & Treatment Referrals, Telehealth & Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT), Individual, Family Support and Group Therapy (Evidence Based Treatment), Recovery Support – Peer Advocates, Case/Care Management, Mobile Outreach/Crisis Support
  • Healing Springs Recovery and Outreach Center
    https://preventioncouncil.org/recovery-centers
  • Second Chance Opportunities- Recovery Community Center
    https://www.scoalbany.com/rcc

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Schenectady County Substance Abuse Treatment Resources

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The Oneida Region has an abundance of community resources to help those suffering with opioid use disorder in addition to the family members and friends of those struggling. Please click the links below to view more information about each organization.

The Dutchess County region has an abundance of community resources to help those suffering with opioid use disorder in addition to the family members and friends of those struggling. Please click the links below to view more information about each organization.