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OASAS Prescription Drug and Heroin Addiction Treatment Services

Is your teenager or other family member struggling with addiction to prescription pain killers or heroin?

OASAS can help.

OASAS has launched Combat Heroin, a statewide media campaign that includes a new website www.CombatHeroin.ny.gov with information about the warning signs of heroin and opioid abuse and misuse, a list of OASAS treatment providers, guidance to help parents talk to their children and for healthcare professionals to talk with their patients, public service announcements, flyers, social media, and video messages from New Yorkers about the impact of heroin and other opioids on their lives. #combatheroin

Call the toll-free OASAS HOPEline at 1- 877-846-7369 to speak with a trained masters level clinician. HOPEline staff can answer your questions and help you find treatment 24 hours a day, seven days a week. All calls are confidential.

OASAS provides opiate addiction services through 960 licensed, locally-operated  treatment facilities that are open to help you and your loved ones of any age overcome their addiction. 

You can also contact an OASAS Addiction Treatment Center and arrange to get your loved one who is 18 and older admitted for treatment. 

All hospitals in New York State can provide emergency services to anyone regardless of their age.

OASAS has prescription drug and heroin addiction treatment centers all over New York State. Please use these services and help your family overcome their struggle with addiction.

OASAS Addiction Treatment Centers offer free training sessions on opioid overdose prevention and the use of the overdose medicine nalaxone. Contact an OASAS ATC to learn how you can enroll in a training session near you. Upon completion of the training, participants will be certified to administer naloxone and will receive a free naloxone rescue kit.

 

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