Local Resources for Substance Use

Starkville Alcoholics Anonymous

  • Meetings available 7 days a week
  • Golden Triangle Hotline: (662) 327-8941
  • More info: www.starkvilleaa.org
  • Offers assistance with: Alcohol and Substance Use Disorders

Narcotics Anonymous

  • Located at: First Presbyterian Church, 120 Jackson Street, Starkville, MS 39759 (old house behind Cadence Bank, faces Jackson St)
  • Call: (662) 323-1994
  • Meets: Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri at 8 PM and Sat at 6 PM
  • Offers assistance with: Alcohol and Substance Use Disorders

Celebrate Recovery

  • Located at: Meadowview Baptist Church; 300 Linden Circle, Starkville, MS 39759
  • Call: (662) 323-2963
  • Meets: Tuesdays, 5:45 PM supper and 6:30 PM worship
  • Offers assistance with: Alcohol and Substance Use Disorders

Community Counseling Services

Community Counseling Services offers mental health services in communities around Mississippi. Details about the services offered through Community Counseling are available at https://www.ccsms.org/services and a complete list of Community Counseling Services locations is available at https://www.ccsms.org/locations and contact information for selected North Mississippi sites is listed below.


43 MLK, Jr. Drive
Macon, MS 39341
Phone: (662) 726-5042
Fax: (662) 726-5009
County Administrator: Ray Evins
Phone: (662) 726-5042 ext. 3001
Email: revins@ccsms.org

16220 West Main Street
Louisville, MS 39339
Phone: (662) 773-9377
Fax: (662) 773-9025
County Administrator: Andrew Levine
Phone: (662) 773-9377 ext. 7015
Email: alevine@ccsms.org

302 North Jackson Street
Starkville, MS 39759
Phone: (662) 323-9318
Fax: (662) 323-5553
County Administrator: Nikki Nicholson
Phone: (662) 323-9318
Email: nnicholson@ccsms.org

1001 Main Street
Columbus, MS 39701
Phone: (662) 328-9225
Fax: (662) 328-4735
County Administrator: Stephanie Taylor
Phone: (662) 328-9225 ext. 4007
Email: staylor@ccsms.org


Individuals who are interested in Community Counseling Services will need to schedule an intake appointment at their local center. The intake fee is determined based on source of income and applicable insurance coverage. When contacting the appropriate county office to schedule an intake, the intake fee will be discussed at the time. Payment is expected at the time of service. For your intake appoint, please bring:

  • Picture ID
  • Proof of household income
  • Social security card
  • Insurance cards
  • Proof of residence
  • For individuals under the age of 18, birth certificate or proof of guardianship/custody papers
  • List of current medications
  • If coming from an inpatient facility, discharge paperwork from previous treating facility

Mental Health Mobile Resources


This free app uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to help you learn to control your anxiety. Through different tools, Mindshift helps you track your moods and relax from things like worry, stress, social anxiety, and panic.


Headspace teaches and guides you through meditation practices to help you focus better throughout the day, feel less stressed, and sleep better at night.


Sanvello gives you four kinds of support for you to choose from for your mental well-being. You can track your moods and progress, join an online group of people experiencing similar things for support, get coaching from professionals, and even speak with a licensed therapist.


Youper uses artificial intelligence, or AI, to support your mental health and teach you to understand your emotions. You can chat, track your moods, learn to meditate, and more.


Antistress offers a variety of games designed to help you unwind. In a stressful situation, you can play any of the games to help you relax.


This app help you become focused and increase your motivation. Remente encourages you to set goals, teaches you how to be productive, and shows you different ways to make life-changing behaviors.

Mood Path

Mood Path is designed to help improve your emotional well-being. It sends you questions three times a day to encourage you to think about your mood, provides a mood journal, shows you your mental health reports, and gives you helpful resources.

Daylio Journal

This online journal allows you to keep track of your day by simply clicking icons rather than writing lengthy journal entries. Through tracking your daily activities, it motivates you to begin healthy new habits.