Help is Available.

Find treatment providers and assistance in Butler, PA or if you or someone you know is experiencing a crisis situation, call the Butler County Crisis line at 800-292-3866 or text 63288.

Use this site to learn, share, and find help in Butler, PA.

Take the Next Steps:

Counseling & Treatment

Find help for substance use disorder
Read more

Local Support Groups

Find support in Butler County
Read more

About

Learn more about Butler First Step
Read more

Need Narcan?

Get your kit today
Read More

COVID Resources

Find help during the pandemic
Learn More

Food Resources

Locate meals and food pantries
Learn More

Upcoming Events

  • Bridging Recovery

    The purpose of this group is to bring a sense of sharing and hope to others that are struggling with...

    September 23 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
  • Addiction, Recovery, Education and Support Group

    Please join us for these FREE and very informative meetings filled with compassion, respect and EDUC...

    September 23 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm at Butler YMCA
  • Hope Nights: Stories of Hope

    HOPE NIGHTS are one part of BC3’s opioid initiative, and while geared towards those in recove...

    September 23 @ 6:00 pm at Butler Arts Center
  • Al-Anon Support Group

    Every Thursday 7:30 pm- 8:30 pm St. Peter’s Anglican Church “Red Doors” 218 East J...

    September 23 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm at St. Peter’s Anglican Church
  • Seeking Safety Group Therapy

    Seeking Safety is a group therapy for adolescents and adults with Trauma History and Substance Abuse...

    September 27 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm at Familylinks
View All Events

Recent Articles

Hope

Recovery Walk/Picnic 9/18/21

Hope is defined as the belief or trust that something good is possible. Butler County Opioid Overdose Coalition is sponsoring A Community Gathering of Hope on Saturday, September 18, with a Recovery Walk starting at 10 AM, followed by
kelly-sikkema-RYABMCLP7aM-unsplash-810x500

Back-to-school Support

Back-to-school 2021 is up and running! As adults, we can help to support the healthy return to school by offering
pride

Problem Gambling and Pride Month

Unfortunately, there is limited research on the prevalence of gambling addiction among the LGBTQIA+ community. However,
Unhappy bankrupt woman with empty wallet. Young woman shows her empty wallet. Bankruptcy

The National Cost of Problem Gambling

The National Council of Problem Gambling  estimates the annual national social cost of problem gambling is $7 billion.