Advanced Recovery Systems put together DrugRehab.com, linked here, to provide folks with resources.
You are NOT alone and there are people to help and places to go.
The substance use and mental health services administration has links to support lines, topics for education and discussion, places to find treatment. You can order publications for free to help you in your journey. SAMHSA is a good place to start but be aware that the amount of information they have on their website can seem overwhelming. Just focus on what you need and want and you will be fine!
Family First Intervention is founded by a person who used to have an active addiction. They have resources at this link, particularly relating to interventions. There are some inspiring stories of intervention and recovery as well.
American Addiction Centers was one of the treatment centers that took time to reach out to folks to check in and help navigate insurances, all of the things that can be overwhelming.
Always research first if you can:
American Addiction Centers
Resources for Alcohol Treatment
Connecticut Drug Abuse Rehab
Alcoholics Anonymous may have started the 12-step meeting movement but now there are all kinds of "anonymous" meetings.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
are well-known and there are meetings in most areas. Other types of programs are not always easy to find in person but have online communities and meetings and phone support and meetings. A partial list is below but if you put "12 step meetings" into a search engine you can find specific resources.
Connecticut Addiction Services
The Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction set up a website that I adore. You can go online to get daily notices of available rehab beds, both short term and long term, sober housing, medically assisted detox. Before this site, the only option was to call, call some more, and call some more...or go and wait at one place! This gives you a little head start. Finding treatment is still frustrating. There are more people suffering than treatment centers available but don't stop trying for you or your loved one. YOU CAN DO THIS.