Learn how to submit an entry to the Addiction Hotline Scholarship

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How To Enter

We are passionate about education and want to ensure people have the tools they need to accomplish success. Therefore, Addiction Hotline is offering a $500 scholarship to a college student attending a US University. 

The Steps:

  1. Write a 700 word essay on the following prompt
    • What is the role of community in addiction recovery? Do you think local communities play a pivotal role in creating a supportive environment for individuals in addiction treatment?
  2. Apply to the scholarship by clicking below with the following requirements
    • Subject line “Addiction Hotline 2024 Scholarship *your name*
    • A picture of a valid ID
    • Proof of enrollment at a University as of Fall 2024
  3. The last day to submit the essay will be August 30th
  4. The winner will be contacted by September 6th
    • If you are not contacted, unfortunately we were unable to offer you the scholarship
  5. The winner will then be featured in our social media and blog congratulating them.
    • The contents of the winners essay will not be publicly shared

If you have questions, please DO NOT call our treatment center. It is a helpline for people struggling with addiction. 

Call Today to Get 24/7 Recovery Support

If you or someone you know is facing addiction, seeking help is crucial. Call our team of addiction recovery specialists today to get the support you need to beat addiction.  

How to Find a Substance Abuse Hotline Number

If you or a loved one requires help for substance abuse, finding a hotline number is crucial. Here’s how you can find a substance abuse hotline number:

Addiction Hotline: Our free and confidential hotline is run by recovery specialists who are now in recovery themselves. They understand what it’s like to need help, find the right treatment, and achieve long-term sobriety.  You can call this line now at (855) 701-0479.


Google: Google addiction hotlines can also produce several results for a hotline. However, it’s important to do some research on the program first to ensure that it’s a reputable source with qualified counselors. 

SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration): SAHMSA operates a substance abuse national hotline that provides 24/7 support for those with addictions and their loved ones.