LIGHTNING RELEASES 04/21/14 — One of the most difficult aspects of overcoming a drug or alcohol addiction is finding the right rehab facility for treatment. It can be especially challenging for young adults. Many teenagers often turn to their parents or their friends for advice. But when it comes to beating a drug or alcohol addiction it’s best to get help from certified addiction professionals at a rehab facility.  A new helpline has been established in San Elizario, TX to provide a valuable resource for teens seeking to overcome substance abuse. 

By calling the helpline at (915) 228-2162 or visiting them online at, teens can speak directly to an operator who can provide important information about treatment options available at rehab centers. The helpline is designed to provide valuable information on available treatment options at rehab facilities along with guidance and support.  Parents can use the helpline to learn about which treatment facilities can best help their child achieve sobriety.

One of the worst problems associated with substance abuse is the huge amount misinformation. Due to peer pressure and other factors, young adults may not be as informed about the dangers of drugs and alcohol until they develop a chemical dependency. The helpline is designed to provide a source of accurate information which teens can use to better themselves. The helpline can help any young addict, who is battling substance abuse find the help they need.

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For many years, the issue of teenage drug and alcohol abuse has long been overlooked in San Elizario. A new helpline is dedicated to making a difference. By calling (915) 228-2162 teens can acquire information on which rehab facilities can give them the best chance to overcome substance abuse. More comprehensive information can be found on the helpline’s website at

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