If you need help with a drinking or drug problem, ask for help. Talk to a parent, healthcare provider or another trusted adult. Contact a local organization that provides assistance to teens and adults who are dealing with drug and alcohol problems.

2-1-1 Hotline
Dial 2-1-1 
United Way’s 2-1-1 Hotline is a good starting point to find resources in Cuyahoga and nearby counties, including help for addiction problems.

Al-Anon/Alateen of Ohio
(216) 621-1381
For relatives and friends of alcoholics. Alateen is for youth whose lives are affected by someone else’s drinking.

Alcoholics Anonymous Cleveland
(216) 241-7387
Available almost everywhere and open to everyone who wants help with a drinking problem.

Crisis Text Line
Text “Start” to 741-741
24/7 free and confidential help for anyone of any age who is in any type of crisis.

Free Clinic of Greater Cleveland
(216) 721-4010
Substance abuse treatment services (individual, group, couple, and family), including crisis intervention.

National Drug Information Treatment and Referral Hotline
(800) 662-HELP (4357)
24/7 information, support, treatment options and referrals to local rehab centers for drug or alcohol problems.

New Directions
(216) 591-0324
Treatment services for chemically dependent teens (ages 13 through 18) and help for their families.

Project DAWN
(216) 778-5677
Opioid overdose education and naloxone distribution (OEND) program for those at risk for overdose.

Recovery Resources
(216) 431-4131
Addiction help for teens and adults.

Robby’s Voice
Community-based organization focused on promoting awareness and education about drug addiction.

Urban Minority Alcoholism Drug Abuse Outreach Project
(216) 361-2040 
Prevention services and education and alternative services for youth and teens.

Women’s Recovery Center
(216) 651-1450
Alcohol and drug treatment programs including help for low-income women and mothers struggling with addiction.

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12.5%

of CLE teens have used synthetic marijuana.

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