New helpline in Rendon, TX can help teenagers with substance abuse issue find the help they need.

LIGHTNING RELEASES (3/17/2014) – Admitting to a substance abuse problem is the first step toward recovery. The second step is to seek help in overcoming a drug or alcohol addiction. Unfortunately, many young adults in Rendon, TX struggling with a chemical dependency are unaware of where to go or who to ask for help when it comes to seeking treatment. A new helpline is providing assistance to local teen who are seeking to to overcome their drug and alcohol addictions.

The helpline can be reached by dialing (817) 203-8817. Teens can speak directly with a certified addiction professional who can address any of their questions or concerns pertaining to substance abuse and the recovery process. Operators are available at all hours and can also take calls from anyone with substance abuse issues regardless of age.  Parents are encouraged to use the helpline to learn more about which rehab facilities can provide the best and most affordable care for their child.  

By calling the helpline, teens interested in receiving assistance for their addictions can learn more about how a treatment facility can help them achieve and maintain a sober lifestyle. The helpline also has a corresponding website,, which contains more comprehensive information about available treatment programs, such as dual diagnosis, detox, educational opportunities and therapy groups. Teens and their parents in Rendon, TX are encouraged to call the helpline right away to begin learning about their options for substance abuse recovery.

About the helpline:

Teenage substance abuse has been a major issue in Rendon, TX for many years. To combat this problem, teens with drug or alcohol addiction issues are encouraged to call the new local helpline to find treatment for their addiction issues. Call the helpline today at (817) 203-8817 or send an email [email protected] to receive more information on drug and alcohol addiction treatment options.

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