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LifeInSight is a research non-profit organization. We’re focused on changing the future of mental health, but we do realize mental health is a very real issue today. While we don’t currently provide direct mental health treatments, here are some amazing organizations that do.


If you are experiencing an immediate emergency always call 911.


Psychology Today’s Counselor Locator

American Psychiatric Association Find A Psychiatrist

American Psychological Association Psychologist Locator

Anxiety and Depression Association of America Therapist Directory

Support For Overcoming Substance Misuse

National Helpline

1 (800) 662-HELP (4357)

National Suicide Prevention Hotline

Hotline: 1 (877) 273-TALK (8255)

Live Chat

Veteran Crisis Hotline

1 (800) 273-8255 option “1”


Text 838255

Veterans Affairs Counselor List

SAMHSA’s Treatment Helpline

1 (877) SAMHSA  (1-877-726-4727)

Personal Finance for People in Recovery from Addiction

Juggling finances is not always easy, even when everything is going right. Add addiction to the mix, and suddenly you have a whole new challenge to keeping money in the bank. Whether it’s alcohol or drugs, sustaining an addiction requires a steady supply of the substance, creating a completely new and substantial expenditure that can ruin your finances fast.

In many cases, getting a better perspective on the effects of addiction may help a person re-frame their thoughts about substance abuse and contribute to a breakthrough. Let’s take a look at the immense impact addiction has on both a public scale and a personal level.

Here is a resource from our friends at to better understand how addiction impacts finances and a HOWTO guide to financial recovery after addiction.