Addiction can make life seem hopeless, but there is hope. Recovery is out there and attainable by anyone who is willing. is a resource for addicts in the Texas Panhandle who are looking for help or wanting to take part in the annual event. This is a place where change can begin. Please browse the site and contact any other the treatment providers that are in our list.

Also, join us for the annual recovery health fair every September. If you want more information check out the event page

12 Step & Support Groups

When looking for treatment for drug or alcohol addiction, it can be difficult to find the resources needed. We strive to supply you with as much addiction treatment information as we possibly can in hopes that you or your loved one gets the help needed.

NAMI - Texas Panhandle

We are the local affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness.  We offer free support groups and classes for individuals living with mental illness and their family members.  We are located at 1743 S. Avondale at Avondale and Plains Blvd.  Call or email Margie Waguespack at 678-7385, or check us out on Facebook at

Haven Health Clinics

Located at 1501 S Taylor, 79101. A family planning clinic specializing in male and female reproductive health. Funding available if needed. Insurance and medicaid accepted. A provider of the Texas Women's Health Program. Services include annual exams, pap smears, birth control, pregnancy testing, STD testing and treatment, physical exams, cancer screenings and limited childhood immunizations. Open Monday through Friday 8 to 5, closing from 11:45 to 12:45. Walk-ins accepted, appointments preferred. Call 806-372-8731.

211 Texas Panhandle

Call 211 we provinde gas assistance for job interviews and verifiable appointments. Also providing Goodwill vouchers. Providing a free and confidential information and referral service. Available 24 hours a day and seven days a week. Resources ranging from anything to everything.  We are physically located at 200 S Tyler inside the Guyon Saunders resource center.

Alcoholics Anonymous

District III 24 Hr Answering Svc: (806)373-4600 GSO - Recovery Magazine - Area website - Amarillo district (district 3) -

Narcotics Anonymous

Help line at (806) 331-NANA (6262) 12 Steps New Life Group - 3001 Wolfin Monday--Sunday @ 7:00 p.m. Nothing to Fear Group - 7200 Arden Road (Portable Bldg on Left) Monday -- Friday @ Noon; Mission Group at 401 SE 2nd meets Saturdays at 7 PM; Serenity Group - 1515 S. Buchanan (NW Entrance) Wednesday and Saturday at 7:00 p.m. Back to the Basics Group - 4404-A S. Washington daily @ 8:00 p.m.; Just For Today Group - 1601 S. Georgia, South East entrance Sunday @ 1:00 p.m.


Amarillo Area Al-Anon For the friends and families of those suffering from a life of addiction. See website for meeting information. 24 Hour Hotline 806-371-6366 -


Amarillo Area Nar-Anon - Just for Today group meets Sundays at 1:00 PM, located at 1601 S Georgia, Southeast Entrance, 24 Hour Hotline 800 477.6291- and

Celebrate Recovery

Hillside Christian Church - 6100 Soncy, Amarillo Texas - Tuesdays at 6:30 PM, meal starts at 6:00 PM and child care available, Bob Attaway at (806)457-4916 or

Saint Stephens United Methodist Church - 4600 Western - Amarillo, TX - Phone: 806-355-7271. Meetings every Tuesday, supper provided for participants. Nursery available as well. Christ centered step study Program.

Perryton: Word of Life Church - 113 N Colgate - Perryton, Tx - Phone: 806-202-6999 - full time e-mail: or - Facebook page: Canyon Community CR @ First Baptist Church - 1620 4th Avenue - Canyon, TX - Phone: 806-655-2501

YPR Amarillo

Young People in Recovery (YPR) is a national grassroots advocacy organization focused on creating recovery-ready communities throughout the nation for young people in or seeking recovery.  Our local chapter promotes life skill workshops that focus on education housing and employment.  Also, we advocate for recovery support services legislation on the local, state, and federal level.  Call chapter lead Stephanie (806)576-7513. or

Salvation Army

Helping families to become self-sufficent, self-reliant, and move out of generational poverty.  We are a referral and mentoring source serving men, women, and children.  Also have a homeless shelter for men, women, and families.  Emergency financial assistance for vets. Disaster services and emergency assistance also available. 373-6631

Amarillo Immunization Department (part of Amarillo Public Health)

Call us for vaccinations for adults and children.  Featuring the all new moble adult immunizaion clinic starting 9/27/2014. Reach us at (806) 378-6300 or

Amarillo HIV/STD Prevention Street Outreach Team

Are you positive you're negative? Free and confidential HIV and STD testing. Also providing education, groups, and safer sex materials. Know Your Status!!  Take the test!! (806) 378-6331 or 806-671-6068 and 806-336-6195 or

Impact Futures

A Drug-Free Community Coalition We work to reduce substance use among teens and to influence public perception and policy. To ensure a healthier community. Please call the number below to see how you can assist in building a healthier Amarillo. Providing Impact Teens and adult support groups. (806) 350-7623


Providing free and confidental servies to families, equiping parents, teens and families to live lives of purpose. Free pregenancy testing, sonograms, baby items newborn to age 5, mentoring groups for children ages 8 to 18, and free classes. Phone 806-354-2244.