Recovery is for everyone because it benefits everyone. In recovery, we build new connections to ourselves, our families, and our communities. The 2021 National Recovery Month theme, “Recovery is for Everyone: Every Person, Every Family, Every Community” reminds people in recovery and those who support them, that recovery belongs to all of us. National Recovery Month (Recovery Month) increases awareness and understanding of mental health and substance use disorders and encourages individuals in need of treatment and recovery services to seek help. Recovery Month celebrates individuals living lives in recovery and recognizes the dedicated workers who provide the prevention, treatment, and recovery support services that help make recovery possible.

Massachusetts Behavioral Health Access (MABHA)

The Massachusetts Behavioral Health Access (MABHA) website helps both providers and individuals locate openings in mental health and substance use disorder services. We welcome everyone to search for services that they can access directly from their community.

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) collects information on thousands of state-licensed providers who specialize in treating substance use disorders, addiction, and mental illness. Find a treatment facility near you.

Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Admin

SAMHSA is the agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) that leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health of the nation and to improve the lives of individuals living with mental and substance use disorders, and their families.


If you or someone you care about is in crisis, please seek help immediately.
Call 911
Visit a nearby ER or your health care provider’s office
Call the toll-free, 24-hour hotline of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at
1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255) to talk to a trained counselor.
Contact Compass Medical’s Behavioral Health Department at 781-767-5552.
Contact The EB Hope Outreach Center at (504) 800-0942




In 2018, an estimated 21.2 million Americans lived with a Substance Use Disorder, and as many as half had a co-occurring Mental Health Disorder.

Less than 8 %

Less than 8% of those with a Substance Use Disorder receive the treatment they need to enter a life of recovery.


As of 2017, an estimated 22 million Americans were in recovery from a Substance Use Disorder.


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