Oxycodone is a prescription opioid painkiller used to treat moderate to severe pain. Although it is attained with a prescription from a doctor, many people find it to be an addictive substance that is often misused as a recreational drug. Some people who are prescribed oxycodone find themselves misusing the medication because of its high risk of dependency. If you or a loved one are in a position where oxycodone use has gotten out of hand, the 24-hour oxycodone hotline can help you find treatment.

What Is an Oxycodone Hotline?

Because oxycodone is such a powerful substance, many people find themselves caught in a cycle of painkiller abuse. If you or someone you know is struggling with prescription drugs, the oxycodone hotline will connect you with an intake coordinator from The Recovery Village. This private, confidential hotline will connect you with a caring professional whose goal is to offer you the assistance you need to overcome oxycodone addiction. It is a 24-hour service designed to answer any questions you may have and begin the rehabilitation process.

When Should I Call an Oxycodone Hotline?

The oxycodone hotline, a free service provided by The Recovery Village, is available 24 hours a day for those living with a substance use disorder. If you or a loved one are in immediate danger of an overdose or bodily harm, call 911 immediately. If emergency services are not necessary, The Recovery Village is a great resource for help, guidance and support.

What Kind of Questions Will They Ask When I Call an Oxycodone Hotline?

When you call a hotline, the person on the other end of the line will most likely ask you a series of questions designed to support and aid your situation. While these questions may vary, they are all intended to offer you the best service possible to treat your individual issue. Questions will help to establish:

  • That you or the person you are calling about is not in a life-threatening situation
  • What specific form of oxycodone is being used and how extensive the misuse is
  • Whether or not any other substances or co-occurring disorders are a problem (eating disorders, alcohol addiction and mental health issues)
  • The best course and timing of treatment for the person misusing oxycodone
  • What The Recovery Village offers regarding programs appropriate for the individual circumstances

When I Call, Is the Conversation Confidential?

When you call The Recovery Village hotline, your conversation is always 100 percent confidential. Everything that you share with the intake coordinator is private. However, this may not be the case for all hotlines. If you are calling a hotline outside of The Recovery Village, be sure to verify the confidentiality of the phone call.

Can I Start the Oxycodone Rehab, Detox or Recovery Process at the Time of My Call?

You have taken the first step toward healing when you call The Recovery Village hotline. This phone call will allow an intake coordinator to advocate for you and start the process of rehabilitation by identifying your specific needs and helping to place you in the appropriate location and program. For many, treatment begins just hours after calling.

National Hotlines

Emergencies and Crisis Situations


For immediate emergency services, dial 911 from within the United States for emergency assistance. This will put you in touch with local law enforcement and emergency responders in the event of a medical crisis or dangerous situation.

  • 911
  • Available 24 hours a day

The National Poison Control Center

Contact this number to get in touch with professionals equipped to handle accidental or intentional poisoning (including cases involving drugs and alcohol).

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

If you or someone you know is struggling with suicidal thoughts or actions, know that there is so much worth living for. This number will put you in touch with a person trained to help you find the treatment needed.

Mental Health Disorders

The National Mental Health Association

Mental health is often a misunderstood topic that affects every single person alive. If changes in mood or behavior suggest a mental illness, this number will help you identify the mental illness and find the appropriate resources.

Drug Abuse and Addiction

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)

SAMHSA’s national hotline offers free referral and information services for those facing mental illnesses or substance use disorders.

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