Press Release: New Substance Abuse Helpline Provides Addiction Treatment Information
LIGHTNING RELEASES 02-21/14 – Teenagers who struggle with substance abuse face unique challenges. When a young adult wants to stop using drugs and alcohol, it is often difficult for them to make a decision on where to receive help. There are a variety treatment options available for anyone seeking to achieve sobriety. Selecting the right treatment method can be daunting and confusing. However a new helpline is providing a valuable resource for those in South Miami desperately need guidance and support for their chemical dependency issues.
By calling the helpline at (786) 245-4368, teens can speak directly to a certified addiction professional. Operators are available at hours to address any questions or concerns pertaining to substance abuse. The helpline is designed to provide information on the latest treatment options available in rehab. Parents can learn about which drug rehab facilities can help their child succeed.
The treatment options available at rehab facilities can not only help young people overcome addiction. The experience can have a positive effect on their mental and physical heath. The more parents and teens learn about drug rehab, the better the chances for recovery. Teenage rehab facilities can provide drug detox, dual diagnosis, individual and group therapies along with mandatory education programs. The sooner an addict makes the commitment to stop using drugs or alcohol, the better their chances of living a sober and healthy life.
About the helpline:
For many years, finding reliable information for drug and alcohol addiction treatment was a difficult process for teenagers in South Miami. The goal of the new helpline is to help open doors and provide new possibilities for young addicts where there was previously none. If your child is struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction, call the helpline today at (786) 245-4368 or visit their website at www.drugrehab-southmiami.com.
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