LIGHTNING RELEASES 06/19/14 — Teens who struggle with a drug or alcohol addiction may feel like they have nowhere to turn for help.   Many young adults find themselves trapped in that rebellious phase where they do the opposite anyone tells them. A new helpline established in Bradley Junction, FL is providing a valuable resource for troubled teen in Polk County who are seeking professional youth rehab to overcome their substance abuse.  

The new helpline provides teens and their parents with the necessary information to find assistance locating an adolescent treatment facility that has the programs needed to succeed. Troubled teens can contact the helpline at (863) 232-4616 anytime day or night to speak with a representative  who can help them find the right teen treatment center for their situation.  Recovery may not seem possible at the moment. However, with help from certified addiction specialists, recovery is always possible.

Living drug and alcohol free is an important part of being a productive member of society. Contact the troubled teen helpline today and find the youth rehab facility that can help a child take their first steps towards sobriety.

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Adolescents in Bradley Junction, FL are faced with the decision to use drugs and alcohol on a daily basis. Those who live in the constant real-life nightmare of teen substance abuse should contact the troubled teen helpline at (863) 232-4616 immediately to find a professional youth rehab center. Check out their website at to learn more.

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