What is Heroin HopeLine?

Heroin addiction is a sneaky thing. No one aspires to become an addict, but it can happen to anyone and it does not discriminate: any income level, any profession, any race, any life season... it can happen to anyone. We're here to help.

The Heroin HopeLine is a completely free service established to provide a safe place for addicts and their loved ones to reach out for support and understanding. Our care coordinators can help you and your family navigate the complex and challenging system of heroin treatment. We provide hope - not blame or shame - and we can fight addiction together. 

When you call the hopeline, you'll be connected to a caring person who will listen to you and answer all the questions you might be afraid to ask. We don't report to any agencies, and our conversation can be anonymous if preferred. We just listen and then provide you with resources to help break the cycle of addiction. The care coordinators can provide information on these topics and more:

  • How to confront yourself or a loved one you believe is addicted to heroin or other drugs
  • How to detox and where to go to receive medical care during a detox
  • What treatment programs are available in the counties of Warren, Clinton, and Butler Ohio and how to access them (we can still help you if you live outside these counties, so give us a call)
  • How to stay clean after treatment

Call us today.

We understand. We care. We can help.

1-877-695-6333

Warren & Clinton County, Ohio

1-844-427-4747

Butler County, Ohio


We're a nonprofit funded by OneCity Against Heroin and we don't take payment for our services (we're here to help, not get rich.)

Visit One City Against Heroin to learn more about how they are bringing churches and provider partners together, advocating broadly for collaboration and excellence, and raising funds for CityLink, OneCity Against Heroin, and other local nonprofit organizations. 

We'd also like to thank a few additional supporters, the Mental Health Recovery Services of Warren and Clinton Counties, and the Bulter County Mental Health and Addiction Recovery Services Board. Visit their sites to learn more about the work they are doing to help those battling addiction win the fight.