Mass. Department of Public Health:
Substance Abuse Info and Education Helpline

Alcohol and Drug Helpline
Phone: 800-662-4357

Treatment Resources Helpline
Phone: 888-435-7711

Providence Behavioral Health Hospital
1233 Main St., Holyoke, MA 01040
Phone: 413-536-5111

Carlson Recovery Center
471 Chestnut St., Springfield, MA 01107
Phone: 413-733-1431

Berkshire Health Systems - Medical Center
725 North St., Pittsfield, MA 01201
Phone: 413-442-1400

Alcoholics Anonymous
Helpline (English) 24-Hour Phone:
Helpline (Spanish) 24-Hour Phone:

Narcotics Anonymous
N.E. Regional Phone: 866-624-3578
Western Mass. Phone: 800-481-6871
Berkshire County Phone: 413-443-4377

Refuge Recovery
A Buddhist approach to addiction recovery

Easthampton: Friday's at 7:00 P.M.
Insight Meditation Center of Pioneer Valley
116 Pleasant St., #242, Easthampton 01027
Facebook Group

Holyoke: Thursday's at 6:30 P.M.
Holyoke Medical Center
20 Hospital Dr., Holyoke, MA 01040

Kinne Building (Enter from Parking Lot C,
Go to Group Room/Kitchen)
Facebook Group

The Recover Project
68 Federal Street, Greenfield, MA 01301
Phone: 413-774-5489

Holyoke Recovery Support Center
100 Suffolk St, Holyoke MA 01040
413-561-1020 (Ext. 551)

Providence Behavioral Health Hospital
(Methadone Maintenance)
Mercy Recovery Services 
(Buprenorphine Treatment)
1233 Main St., Holyoke, MA 01040
227 Mill St., Springfield, MA 01108
Phone: 413-536-5111 or 413-539-2973
Community Substance Abuse Centers 
(Methadone Maintenance)
628 Center St., Chicopee, MA  01013
Phone: 413-746-0051
Habit OPCO 
(Methadone Maintenance)
2257 Main St., Springfield, MA 01107
Phone: 413-733-3488

McCleary Manor:
A sober living, 25-unit SRO permanent
housing facility for low-income men
in recovery.
Phone: 413-536-9109

Michael’s House:
This is a 12-step sober living community for
alcoholic or drug addicted men 18 years of
age and older. It is owned and operated by
Michael J. Dias Foundation.
Phone: 413-788-0270

Salvation Army:
Phone: 413-785-1921

The Bridge Home:
A transitional living facility in Springfield serving young men between 18-35 challenged by substance use disorder.
Phone: 844-324-0485






Families Against Substance Abuse:
Sponsored by the Michael J. Dias Foundation.
The group helps individuals and families
cope with substance abuse and addiction.

Ludlow: Tuesday's at 6:30 P.M.
HealthSouth Rehabilitation Center
222 State St., Ludlow, MA 01056
Phone: 413-537-5355 (Isabel Carvalho)

Learn 2 Cope
Phone: 508-738-5148

Pittsfield: Tuesday's at 7:00 P.M.
Berkshire Medical Center, Cancer Center
165 Tor Court, Pittsfield, MA 01201
HEAL Community Room (1st floor of the
modern building)

Holyoke: Thursday's at 7:00 P.M.
Providence Behavioral Health Hospital
1233 Main Street (Route 5), Holyoke
1st Floor Auditorium

Western Mass Family Support Group
Phone: 413-575-1254 (Patty Ferreira)
Phone: 413-246-0677

Al-Anon/Al-Ateen Family Groups
Phone: 413-445-5852 (Pittsfield)
Phone: 413-782-3406 (Springfield)

Nar-Anon Family Groups

MOAR (Massachusetts Organization for Addiction Recovery)

SMART RECOVERY (Self-Management
and Recovery Training)

A group for people in recovery from all
types of addictive behaviors.

Women for Sobriety
An organization dedicated to helping
women overcome alcoholism and other

Providence Behavioral Health Hospital
1233 Main St., Holyoke, MA 01040
Phone: 413-536-5111 or 413-539-2973

Gandara Center
147 Norman St., West Springfield, MA 01089
Phone: 413-736-8329
Fax: 413-746-4270

AdCare Outpatient
117 Park Ave., West Springfield, MA 01089
Phone: 413-209-3124
Fax: 413-209-3127

Phoenix House
5 Madison Ave., Springfield, MA 01105
Phone: 844-450-5494

American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry
American Society for Addiction Medicine
National Association for Children of Alcoholics
National Council on Alcoholism and Drug
Dependence, Inc.

National Inhalant Prevention Coalition
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
National Institute on Drug Abuse
Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration


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Better Tomorrow.

It's the state's greatest public health threat - addiction to powerful opioid painkillers. This epidemic kills about four people each day in the Commonwealth.

But you can help. By changing the way you think about, talk about and treat people with addiction.

The stigma of drug misuse keeps people from seeking treatment. Words like "junkie", "addict" and "druggie" can hurt, damaging self-image and standing in the way of recovery. Addiction is not a choice. It's a chronic disease similar to diabetes, heart disease and arthritis.

Get the facts and embrace a community that needs our support. Join us as we make Massachusetts a #StateWithoutStigMA.