LIGHTNING RELEASES 02/26/14 –The vicious cycle of drug and alcohol addiction has long been a problem in Marlton, NJ. For many years, countless local teenagers with substance abuse issues lacked the resources to receive proper help for their chemical dependency. To address this crisis situation a new helpline has been established in Marlton to provide much-needed assistance for those suffering from substance abuse.

The helpline is designed to provide teens with valuable information on treatment options available at rehab facilities as well as guidance and support. By calling (856) 872-4892, young adults can speak directly to a certified addiction professional. The helpline is available 24/7 for anyone regardless of age. Additional information can be found on the helpline’s website at

When it comes to drug rehab, time is of the essence. The sooner a teen receives proper treatment, the better their chances of achieving and maintaining a sober lifestyle.  Today’s drug rehab facilities provide a wide variety of addiction recovery options including individual and group therapy, dual diagnosis, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, drug detox and mandatory education program. By accessing the helpline, teens can find the right drug rehab facility with the right staff, which is vital in the recovery process.

About the helpline:

Teenagers in Marlton, NJ who need assistance locating an accredited drug and alcohol rehab facility are encouraged to call the new helpline at (856) 872-4892 or visit them online at

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