Morphine Hotline

Morphine, an opiate compound derived from the opium poppy plant, has gained a notorious reputation for being one of the most commonly abused prescription drugs. This powerful narcotic is often used to relieve moderate to severe pain, usually during cancer treatments and after major surgeries. But even those with pure intentions can easily become hooked on this addictive drug.

If you find yourself reliant on morphine or know someone who is misusing it, reaching out to a morphine helpline can get you the help you need.

What Is a Morphine Hotline?

A morphine hotline will connect you to a compassionate addiction specialist who can listen to your struggles, answer your questions and advise you on treatment options at The Recovery Village. This service is toll-free and available 24 hours a day to anyone who needs guidance on what to do when they realize they’re addicted to morphine.

When Should I Call a Morphine Hotline?

This free morphine hotline can help you explore your options for rehab, not provide emergency services. If you are experiencing a life-threatening situation or suspect a morphine overdose, call 911 right away.

A morphine overdose is a medical emergency. Call 911 if someone using this drug exhibits any of these symptoms:

  • Decrease in temperature, but a few users may develop a fever
  • Decrease in respiration, and if this goes on for some time, fluid may accumulate in the lungs
  • Decrease in pulse rate or irregular pulse rate
  • Hallucination, delusions or mental confusion
  • Constricted pupil
  • Markedly slow breathing
  • Extreme lethargy or drowsiness
  • Slurred speech
  • Individuals with fairer skin appearing blue and individuals with darker complexion looking gray
  • Lips and fingernails turning blue or purple
  • Respiratory complexions that may cause incessant gurgling or choking

Outside of a life-or-death situation, calling a morphine 24-hour hotline can make the difference between living with opioid dependence or breaking free from addiction. When you are ready to take the next step toward living free from the influence of morphine, our specialists are standing by for your phone call. Help is just a hotline away.

What Information Do I Need to Provide When I Call a Morphine Hotline?

When you call our morphine hotline, a caring counselor will ask you a series of questions to get a feel for your current situation and to know how best to help you. Each question is formulated with your well-being in mind and may include:

  • Are you in immediate or life-threatening danger because of your addiction?
  • Are you at risk of hurting yourself or others?
  • How long have you used morphine?
  • Do you struggle with other addictions or mental illnesses like depression?
  • Are you ready to pursue treatment?

Will My Phone Call Be Confidential?

Every call our hotline receives is completely confidential, except in the case of suspected harm to yourself or other people. If no immediate harm is suspected, everything you discuss with your counselor will only be used to get you the help you deserve. However, we cannot guarantee the total confidentiality of other hotlines. If you call another line outside of The Recovery Village’s, be sure to ask whether the call is private or not.

Can I Start the Treatment Process When Calling This Hotline?

Definitely. If you are ready to be done with morphine addiction, we’re ready to get you into treatment. After your initial phone call, you may complete an intake assessment with a counselor and have your insurance verified, both steps necessary prior to beginning a detox program. In many cases, those seeking treatment can be admitted to The Recovery Village within a day.

National Hotlines

Emergencies and Crisis Situations


If you’re experiencing a medical emergency, call 911. This line is available 24/7 in the United States.

  • 911
  • Available 24 Hours

The National Poison Control Center

Suspect poisoning (including from morphine)? You can call the National Poison Control Center, in addition to 911. This line is available 24/7.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Suicidal tendencies can be associated with opioid usage and should not be ignored. If you or someone you know is struggling with suicidal thoughts, this 24-hour lifeline can help.

Mental Health Disorders

The National Mental Health Association

This line can answer your questions about disorders such as depression, anxiety or bipolar disorder and tell you where to seek help. Available during business hours.

Drug Abuse and Addiction

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)

This hotline is available 24/7 and offers free referral services for those dealing with mental illness or substance use disorders.

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