In too deep? Call 2-1-1 or text SUD to 898211 for help


Substance use can be a perilous journey into unknown waters. There may be no sense of danger with the first few steps, but in no time at all, you're in too deep. Before that happens, reach out for help and call the 2-1-1 Idaho CareLine. The free information and referral service can connect you with the assistance you need to pull yourself out of danger.

There is hope and there is help!

The disease of addiction impacts thousands of Americans regardless of socioeconomic background, social standing, race, or age.   Many people find their lives unmanageable but may be afraid to accept that they are struggling, or don’t know where to turn for help.

The good news is that thousands of Americans also recover from Substance Use Disorders through treatment and other recovery support services.  Help is available for you and your loved ones. 

Don’t let fear stop you from accessing life-saving help. 

Services you may qualify for include:
  • A confidential screening
  • Residential and outpatient Substance Use Disorder treatment
  • Recovery support services including recovery housing, transportation, recovery coaching, case management, child care, and more
  • Referrals to additional resources near you, such as recovery centers and self-help groups

Call now.  Your life may depend on it.  

The 2-1-1 Idaho CareLine is a free, statewide community information and referral service, and is a program of the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare.  Their comprehensive database includes programs that offer free or low-cost health and human services or social services.  Simply dial 2-1-1 or 800-926-2588 or text 898211 to be connected to a 2-1-1 community resource specialist Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. MST. 

For more information and resources visit  2-1-1  Substance use resources page.

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