LIGHTNING RELEASES 03/28/14 — Wandering through life abusing drugs and alcohol is a total waste and it’s not fair for someone to have to fight it alone. Unfortunately, surrendering to substance abuse is very easy but quitting is incredibly hard. The Cutler Adolescent Rehab Helpline is one such resource adolescent addicts can use to help find valuable drug and alcohol rehab help in order to turn their life around.

It used to be that people in Cutler, FL had very few options when it came to finding dependable information about drug and alcohol abuse. Many were forced to attempt to beat substance abuse on their own only to discover that overcoming addiction is not a walk in the park.

The new helpline is improving all of that however, as addicts are encouraged to use the service in order to find an addiction treatment center that can help. Putting yourself in the best position to succeed is paramount in order to achieve your goals and the helpline is a resource that can help anyone find a drug rehab center with experience assisting people from all walks of life.

Teenagers in particular are encouraged to give the helpline a try as the sooner someone beats addiction, the sooner they can start living a healthy and productive life. Drugs have the unique ability to completely control someone’s ability to make rational decisions.

The helpline can be reached at (786) 629-1979 and it is completely toll free. There is also a helpful website which offers even more details about how ending an addiction to drugs and alcohol can help someone live a long and productive life. Visit it at to learn more.

About the Cutler Adolescent Rehab Helpline:

The secret to overcoming drug and alcohol addiction once and for all is finding a drug rehab center that offers a legitimate shot at success. The Cutler Adolescent Rehab Helpline is a resource for those who are in search of a reliable drug and alcohol rehab center. Call today at (786) 629-1979 or send an email to [email protected] for more information about all the benefits of rehab.

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