As an established and reputable drug and alcohol treatment center in Washington, DC, we have longstanding partnerships with other Washington, DC addiction and rehab resources and organizations. Below are some of our more commonly asked for alcohol addiction resources. Please contact them directly or contact us to get help for yourself or a loved one. 

Alcoholics Anonymous DC
www.aa-dc.org
(202) 966-9115

Narcotics Anonymous DC
www.cprna.org/dcasc/index.htm
(202) 399-5316

Smart Recovery DC
www.his.com/~washdcsmart/html/meetings.htm
703-625-5720

Al Anon & Al Ateen
www.al-anon-alateen-dcmd.org
(202)-635-2023

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Good Samaritan Law

Washington, DC has a “Good Samaritan” law that protects people from being charged or arrested for possession for small amounts drugs and/or paraphernalia if they call 911 for help during an overdose. This law does not protect those with large amounts of drugs or those with intent to traffic.

Naloxone Training & Distribution

Naloxone is a drug that blocks the effects of opioids (such as heroin) and is used to prevent potential fatal overdoses. Naloxone is widely available in Washington, DC to both medical and non-medical personal. Learning how to properly administer Naloxone can save a life.