Need more help with treatment and recovery supports for addiction or mental illness?

Contact Recovery Communities of North Carolina for addiction recovery community supports and the National Alliance on Mental Illness NC Chapter for mental illness resources.

The Alcohol and Drug Council of NC  can help you find treatment.

Check out Faces and Voices of Recovery and the National Alliance on Mental Illness for nation-wide community supports.

For confidential services tailored for lawyers, judges, and law students in NC, check out the North Carolina Lawyers Assistance Program or the NC Bar Association’s Bar Cares.

Outside of NC,  look here for lawyer-related help and here for general resources on substance use and mental illness treatment around the country. 

Need help right now?

Contact 911 or contact the Suicide Prevention Lifeline by texting 838255 or calling 1-800-273-8255. If you’re a veteran, press 1 when you call.

The National Alliance on Mental Illness has a free 24/7 text hotline where you can access a trained crisis counselor. Text NAMI to 741-741.

You are a worthwhile person. You deserve the opportunity for health and well-being in life.

If you need help, please reach out to one of these resources. Making contact with another person who understands can be the starting point you need to move from awareness to action.