Withdrawal management (formerly known as detox) is a type of treatment for substance use disorder to help you get off substances in a safe environment.
A halfway house is a home in the community for people who are recently recovering from a substance use disorder.
Medication-assisted treatment uses medicine and therapy to help you recover from opioid use disorder.
Outpatient services are a good place to start when you think you need help for a substance use disorder.
Recovery support services help you talk to someone who has experience with substance use disorder.
Rehabilitation or "rehab" helps you get 24-hour care for substance use disorders in a safe environment.
Learn more about problem drinking and how to get treatment for alcohol use disorder.
Centers of Excellence are a system of health care providers who can help you get treatment for an opioid use disorder.
Naloxone is a medicine that you can give someone to prevent an opioid overdose.
View a toolkit that has safety advice about opioids and overdose.