Finding resources in your area

Your map starts centered on your current location if you have enabled geo-location in your browser. And it shows you the resources available in your area. 

You can use the Search resources bar to find different types of resource in your area. You can enter things like “recovery support” or "treatment". You can also enter a specific location or a resource name if you know it. Be sure to select from the list of results that appear.

There are additional map tools available to help you narrow your search and identify the types of resources that are available in in your area. Categories show the types of resources available in your map view. You can select a category when you want to see just one type of resource. For advanced searches, you can further refine your search by selecting specific Services. Or you can choose Groups to see resources by nationally recognized organizations. 

Resources appear as points on the map. You can select any point for contact information, to share it with others, get directions, or add to a collection. You can also select the resource title to view the detailed resource page. This information is updated frequently.

In general, resource pages that have full descriptions and complete contact information reflect resources that has been fully reviewed by a Data Team member. This is a good indication that the resource is up-to-date and may be helpful to you in terms of care and support.

Please be aware that applications are developed to help those seeking support resources in their community. We do not endorse or directly support any presented resource. Those seeking programs, services, or treatment are urged to verify each provider’s credentials and certifications to confirm their expertise and quality of service.