Call 1-800-662-HELP

Are you or someone you know suffering from a prescription drug or heroin problem? We can help. 
Call 1-800-662-HELP (4357) for information about treatment resources. Your call is completely confidential. This hotline, staffed by trained professionals, is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week and is available in both English and Spanish.  Not comfortable calling? You can also text 717-216-0905 for assistance. 
Visit the Get Help Now website and search for care providers in your area or view local resources in your county.
Get Naloxone
Anyone in Pennsylvania can get life-saving naloxone from their local pharmacy.
Acting Secretary of Health and Physician General Dr. Rachel Levine has signed a standing order prescription so that anyone in Pennsylvania can get naloxone. Download a copy of the naloxone standing order
Drug Take-Back Boxes
Drug take-back boxes are available across the state for residents to dispose of unneeded prescriptions.
The availability of drug take-back boxes gets unwanted or unneeded prescription drugs out of homes. Search for prescription drug take-back locations in your county by using either your zip code or your county.
Insurance Questions
If you have insurance, your coverage for treatment and the requirements to access treatment depends on the type of insurance you have and the applicable laws and regulations. The Pennsylvania Insurance Department developed a Consumer Guide to Health Insurance Coverage to help.
Uninsured or underinsured individuals seeking treatment should contact their local Single County Authority for funding assistance.


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Have a question or comment? Email RA-DHPRESSOFFICE@pa.gov.