The National Drug Helpline is an organization founded by individuals who have felt the impact of substance abuse and mental disorder in their personal lives. We wanted to make a positive change and provide a platform to those who are currently going through the same experiences that we have gone through. It’s these experiences that led to the creation of Drughelpline.org.
Our families, our friends, our loved ones and even ourselves have experienced substance abuse and mental disorders. Throughout our experiences with addiction, substance abuse and mental disorders, we found that much of the content found on the web is commercial and biased. We found that there was truly a lack of non-commercial resources and helpline numbers on the internet. A majority of resources were owned by treatment center businesses looking to fill beds in their facilities. This is where Drughelpline.org was formed. It’s our passion to help anyone who may be suffering from the disease of addiction.
Our mission is to provide free, non-commercial, accessible resources and contact information to anyone who may be in need of substance abuse or mental disorder help. We strive to help as many people as we possibly can and reduce the impact of addiction.