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DIAL 911 IMMEDIATELY if you or someone you are with are in medical distress

Struggling with addiction.  Call the Bridge Program 24/7
New Castle County 800-652-2929
Kent and Sussex counties 800-345-6785

New Castle County Hero Help Program

If you are looking for recovery residences, please contact:
Leslie Palladino – 302-593-7335
Domenica Personti – 302-465-0019 –

You can also email

If you are seeking help for our loan program please contact:
Kim Kane – (302) 470-8305 –

Partnership for Drug-Free Kids
(855) 378-4373


Sussex County Meetings

Date:  September 13
Time:  6:30pm
Location:  21133 Sterling Avenue, Suite 12
Georgetown, DE  19947



Support Meetings 

atTAcK addiction currently provides three support group meetings each month. All  meetings are currently meeting virtually due to COVID 19 situation. Following is information on each meeting.

  • “Family” Support Group Meetings (for individuals struggling with their own or a loved one’s addiction, and those in recovery) will meet on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month, from 7 to 8:15 pm.  To obtain more information email
  • “Grief” Support Group Meetings (for individuals grieving the loss of a loved one) will meet on the 3rd Tuesday of the month, from 7 to 8:15 pm.   To obtain more information email

We have streamlined our sign-up process; you only need to sign up once to receive invitations (and Zoom link) to all future meetings (and, of course, you can ask to be taken off the list at any time).  For those of you who have signed up for any of our previous virtual meetings, you do not need to sign up again.


“The Kristin L. Jackson & John M. Perkins Jr. Law”

Delaware’s 911 Good Samaritan Law

In 2013 Governor Jack Markell signed Senate Bill 116 into law. The law had been passed unanimously by both houses of the General Assembly.

The law grants immunity from arrest, charge, and prosecution to a person who makes a call to 911 to report someone who is in medical distress. The legal immunity applies to both the caller and the individual who needs medical attention. It also applies to underage drinking. The purpose of the law is for the caller to remain with the person in distress under medical help arrives. The caller then may be able to provide information about what may have caused the distress. You should tell the 911 operator, “I’m with someone who is not breathing and unresponsive” and then wait for medical help to arrive.

The National Institute of Drug Abuse states that 80% of those who use injection drugs are with someone when they use. Yet most victims of overdose are found alone.

There are some exceptions to legal immunity in the instance of homicide, rape, kidnap and major felonies (large amounts of illegal drugs, guns).

The idea is to stay, make the call and save a life.