About Addiction Help
AddictionHelp.com is the only addiction and mental health website founded by a board-certified addiction specialist, a long-time recovering addict, and a spouse of an addict. We provide reliable information about addiction and recovery to guide addicts and their loved ones to a happier, healthier life.
Editorial Note: We do not accept paid advertising, paid referrals, or biased information.
- 25+Years Experience
- 500+People Helped
- 100%Free of Charge
Addiction Help Connects You With:
- Understand why addiction occurs and that it is more complicated that you think.
- Locate the right medical professional to help you overcome your addiction
- Develop a time-tested and medically sound addiction recovery plan.
Who’s Behind Addiction Help?
Addiction Help is the brainchild of lifelong addiction recovery advocates.
Founder & Recovering Addict
Chris Carberg is the Founder of Addiction Help. Chris battled a serious addiction to prescription drugs (opioids and sedatives) and alcohol, getting clean and sober in 2005. He has dedicated his life to helping addicts like himself since then. Chris is the chief architect of the vision behind Addiction Help and directs all content, product, and communications strategies.Read bio
Kent S. Hoffman, D.O.
Chief Medical Officer | Co-Founder
Kent S. Hoffman, D.O. is the Co-Founder and Chief Medical Officer of Addiction Help. Dr. Hoffman is board certified by the American Osteopathic Academy of Addiction Medicine (AOAAM) and has successfully treated hundreds of addiction patients in his practice in Orlando, Florida. Dr. Hoffman provides expert analysis to ensure the highest-quality medical content.Read bio
Co-Founder & Digital Strategy
Michael Moesch co-founded Addiction Help and leads the digital strategy, outreach, and public relations team. Michael is a long-time digital entrepreneur passionate about people taking back control of their lives, leading to a meaningful and fresh start.
Content Manager & Lead Writer
Jessica Miller is a USF graduate with a Bachelor’s Degree in English. She has written professionally for over a decade and has experienced addiction's pitfalls. Jessica is delighted to support Addiction Help with her knowledge and writing skills.
Kristen H. Umholtz
LMHC & Medical Content Reviewer
Kristen H. Umholtz, LMHC (MH21417), is an experienced licensed mental health counselor passionate about helping individuals and families overcome various challenges. As a web content medical editor for AddictionHelp.com, Kristen plays a crucial role in ensuring the quality and accuracy of the site’s content and providing insight for new content aligned with public needs.Read bio
Jenna Carberg is a Health Advocate for Addiction Help and Chris's caring, supportive wife. Jenna has been a mental health advocate since 2016, when she and Chris founded PostpartumDepression.org after her intense struggle with PPD. Being the spouse of a recovering addict, Jenna is able to provide meaningful experiences and insights to help the families of addicts.Read bio
Let Us Help You Recover
We understand that everyone’s addiction journey is unique. Our goal is to present you with the best information available to help you get the right addiction treatment for you and your unique needs. We are not only here when you’re seeking rehab but to walk with you every day of your life as a partner in long-term recovery.
Our team of advocates is committed to providing the most up-to-date addiction information and resources tailored toward each person’s specific needs. We want to help you find the best care possible.
Whether the addiction is impacting you, a family member, or a friend, we are here to help you every step of the way. You are not alone in your struggle.
We are here for you!
How Addiction Help Can Assist You
We are a diverse team of recovering addicts, healthcare professionals, and patient advocates. We created Addiction Help to provide the most comprehensive information on addiction and treatment. Our team has helped people battling a wide array of addiction and behavioral health issues.
Call (800) 662-4357 or contact us today to get started on your recovery journey.
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Call the official SAMHSA National Helpline at (800) 662-4357.