If you think you, a roommate, a friend, or a family member is addicted to prescription drugs, there are people ready to help you.
If you or a friend are experiencing a drug overdose, get help NOW. It’s an emergency. Call (or have someone call) 911.
You can be their lifeline. Talk to them. If they won’t talk to you, talk to someone you trust: a mutual friend, or a teacher. Help is always available at our 24/7 Helpline. Call 844-307-1760.
If you suspect your child may be abusing prescription drugs, take action now. You know your child well enough to notice:
- Changes in behavior, their grades, or their daily routines
- They’ve stopped talking to you or their friends
- They’re no longer interested in things that used to interest them