Finding resources for patients, families and community members impacted by substance use is an essential necessity in addressing the drug crisis. We are all first responders, and the Center for Addiction Medicine and Policy is taking active steps to expand treatment opportunities to more settings in the ED, hospital and community and through regional and national drug policy advocacy.
The Philadelphia Department of Public Health sponsors various Narcan Days, in partnership with the Free Library of Philadelphia. Other options for obtaining a dose are also regularly available. Click here to connect to Philadelphia Department of Public Health.
You can also have Narcan mailed directly to you by making a request through NaloxoneForAll.
Use this form to request fentanyl test strips be mailed discretely to your home.
Being evaluated for care is the first step in getting help for addiction. Click here to find the closest center for your needs.
Please visit the Philadelphia Department of Health’s Redcap Page to apply.
Accessing your medication is important! Click here to access a list of providers in the city.
Please know care is still available to you. To understand your options in Philadelphia, please call CBH Member Services at 1(888) 545 -2600
A behavioral health services number is located on the back of your insurance card. Don’t have your card on hand? That’s okay! Contact 1(800)662 -HELP (4357) to reach a national referral service.
Visit Unity Recovery for Pregnancy & Postpartum Recovery Services including parenting in recovery skills building classes and virtual support groups.
Email them at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Doula Support Program serves parents and families navigating a history of substance use with the addition of a baby. Our doulas offer individualized emotional support, education, and connection to resources for up to one yearÑ which can begin during pregancy or the post-partum period.
Mommy’s Helping Hands is a program that offers care coordination for pregnant and postpartum women who may be struggling with substance misuse and/or a substance use disorder
The Center for Addiction Medicine and Policy believes that the peer model is the key to engaging care for our population. Click here to find a training to become certified.
You can visit our Education page, or click here to connect to SAMHSA’S site for more information.