LIGHTNING RELEASES 02-21-14 – Teenagers in Jensen Beach, FL are not immune to substance abuse. Drug and alcohol addiction not only affects adults, it’s also a serious problem for teens. Unfortunately, many don’t know where to turn for their chemical dependency issues. A new helpline gives young addicts a valuable resource on where to find information on drug rehab.

By calling (772) 497-5824, teens can speak directly to a certified addiction professional. Operators are available at all hours to address any questions or concerns pertaining to substance abuse. The helpline is designed to provide teens information on the latest treatment options available at rehab centers. Parents can learn about which rehab facilities give their child the best opportunity to overcome addiction. More comprehensive information can be found on the helpline’s corresponding website at

The more parents and teens learn about drug and alcohol treatment, the better the chances of beating this debilitating disease. Addiction recovery facilities provide a wide variety of treatment methods including drug detox, dual diagnosis, individual and group therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy along with mandatory education programs.

About the helpline:

Overcoming a drug or alcohol addiction can be difficult for adults. But it’s even more challenging for a teenager.  By calling the new helpline at (772) 497-5824, teens in Jensen Beach, FL can access valuable information on treatment programs available at various rehab facilities. Additional information can be found on the helpline’s corresponding website at 

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