OneSource is committed to providing our clients and their families with necessary resources for additional assistance and support.

For those who experience addiction, there is no magic switch for living substance free. Recovery is a process that includes daily mental and physical challenges, as well as setbacks. But with sustained support from peers, friends, family and professionals including social workers and counselors, addiction recovery can succeed. OneSource gathered a list of organizations and digital resources that support individuals working toward recovery and that offer advice to their families, friends and communities on how to aid in the process.

General Support

Government Support:

Support by Population:

LGBTQ Community

  • LGBT National Help Center: nonprofit that provides online chats and a hotline for all ages (888-843-4564), a youth talk line (800-246-7743) and a senior hotline (888-234-7243).
  • The Trevor Project: national organization with crisis support services that can connect individuals to assistance via its website or via phone (866-488-7386).

People with Mental Illnesses





Sources of Support:

Family and Others

Social Workers, Counselors and Other Professionals